|#7088||I refuse to consign the whole male sex to the nursery. I insist on|
believing that some men are my equals.
-- Brigid Brophy
|#7089||I respect the institution of marriage. I have always thought that every|
woman should marry -- and no man.
-- Benjamin Disraeli, "Lothair"
|#7090||I sat down beside her, said hello, offered to buy her a drink... and then|
natural selection reared its ugly head.
|#7091||I think she must have been very strictly brought up, she's so desperately|
anxious to do the wrong thing correctly.
-- Saki, "Reginald on Worries"
|#7092||I think the world is ready for the story of an ugly duckling, who grew up to|
remain an ugly duckling, and lived happily ever after.
|#7093||I want to buy a husband who, every week when I sit down to watch "St.|
Elsewhere", won't scream, "Forget it, Blanche... It's time for Hee-Haw!"
-- Berke Breathed, "Bloom County"
|#7094||I want to marry a girl just like the girl that married dear old dad.|
|#7095||I was in a beauty contest one. I not only came in last, I was hit in|
the mouth by Miss Congeniality.
-- Phyllis Diller
|#7096||I wasn't kissing her, I was whispering in her mouth.|
-- Chico Marx
|#7097||I will not say that women have no character; rather, they have a new|
one every day.
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