May 23, 2019

Love and Marriage

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“True love comes quietly, without banners or flashing lights. If you hear bells, get your ears checked.”
— Erich Segal

“Love is a grave mental disease.”
— Plato

“Behind every successful man is a woman, behind her is his wife.”
— Grouch Marx

“If we take matrimony at it’s lowest, we regard it as a sort of friendship recognised by the police.”
— Robert Louis Stevenson

“Do you know what it means to come home at night to a woman who’ll give you a little love, a little affection, a little tenderness? It means you’re in the wrong house, that’s what it means.”
— George Burns

“My computer dating bureau came up with a perfect gentleman. Still, I’ve got another three goes.”
— Sally Poplin

“Marriage is the alliance of two people, one of whom never remembers birthdays and the other who never forgets them.”
— Ogden Nash

“I’m the only man in the world with a marriage licence made out to whom it may concern.”
— Mickey Rooney

“The secret of a successful marriage is not to be at home too much.”
— Colin Chapman

 

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