To appreciate nonsense requires a serious interest in life.
Love is only chatter, friends are all that matter.
There is work that is work and there is play that is play; there is play that is work and work that is play. And in only one of these lies happiness.
Old friends, we say, are best, when some sudden disillusionment shakes our faith in a new comrade.
Men like to pursue an elusive woman like a cake of wet soap - even men who hate baths.
Her heart is older than her head; yea, her emotion is the mother of her reason
To take the world as one finds it
It is in the blood of genius to love play for its own sake, and whether one uses one's skill on thrones or women, swords or pens, gold or fame, the game's the thing.
If in the last few years you have not discarded a major opinion or acquired a new one, check your pulse. You may be dead.
The temptation to vivify the tale and make it walk abroad on its own legs is hard to deny.
Ah, yes! I wrote the "Purple Cow" - I'm sorry, now, I wrote it! But I can tell you anyhow, I'll kill you if you quote it!
Repeat not the manner of a flirtation; for lo, all the world shall hear of it, and women will taunt thee.
The old say, "I remember when." The young say, "What's the news?"
Most women have all other women as adversaries; most men have all other men as their allies.
Thinking a smile all the time will keep your face youthful.
A woman and a mouse, they carry a tale wherever they go.
When the waitress puts the dinner on the table, the old men look at the dinner. The young men look at the waitress.
I never saw a purple cow;
I never hope to see one;
But I can tell you, anyhow,
I'd rather see than be one.
If thou makest a statement concerning women, lo, she shall immediately try to disprove it straightway. She goeth by contraries.
A reproof entereth more into a woman of sense than an hundred compliments into a fool.
The fear of women is the beginning of knowledge.
Beware of a woman who signeth not her name to her letters; she will bear watching, aye, she hath a past.
The world is full of women, and the women full of wile; so that a man, if he goeth not warily withal, shall surely fall a prey thereunto.
My son, beware of a plain damsel who charmeth thee, for she needeth much wile, and useth diverse weapons.
Son, heed my instruction, and apply thyself to know women; let thine eyes observe her when she is with another, for what she doeth with him, she will do with thee, also.
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