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|#6948||A woman of generous character will sacrifice her life a thousand times|
over for her lover, but will break with him for ever over a question of
pride -- for the opening or the shutting of a door.
|#6949||A woman shouldn't have to buy her own perfume.|
-- Maurine Lewis
|#6950||A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.|
-- Gloria Steinem
|#6951||A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.|
Therefore, a man without a woman is like a bicycle without a fish.
|#6952||A woman's best protection is a little money of her own.|
-- Clare Booth Luce, quoted in "The Wit of Women"
|#6953||A woman's place is in the house... and in the Senate.|
|#6954||A woman, especially if she have the misfortune of knowing anything,|
should conceal it as well as she can.
-- Jane Austen
|#6955|| A young husband with an inferiority complex insisted he was just a|
little pebble on the beach. The marriage counselor told him, "If you wish to
save your marriage, you'd better be a little boulder."
|#6956||A young man and his girlfriend were walking along Main Street when she spotted|
a beautiful diamond ring in a jewelry-store window. "Wow, I'd sure love to
have that!" she gushed.
"No problem," her companion replied, throwing a brick through the
window and grabbing the ring.
A few blocks later, the woman admired a full-length sable coat. "What
I'd give to own that," she said, sighing.
"No problem," he said, throwing a brick through the window and grabbing
Finally, turning for home, they passed a car dealership. "Boy, I'd do
anything for one of those Rolls-Royces," she said.
"Jeez, baby," the guy moaned, "you think I'm made of bricks?"
|#6957||A young man enters the New York branch of Tiffany's on a Friday evening and|
walks up to a display case full of pearl necklaces. He turns to a gorgeous
woman, who is obviously windowshopping, looks her straight in the eye and
says, "I can tell by your eyes that you really want that necklace. If you'll
allow me, I'd like to buy it for you."
The woman looks him up and down; he's wearing a nice suit and some
pretty nice jewelry, but she has trouble believing this story.
"Look, this is some kind of put on, right?"
"No, really. You see, I've got quite a lot of money -- so much that
I could never spend it all. I'd really like for you to have it."
The guys whips out his checkbook, writes a check for five figures,
calls over a clerk and hands it to him. The clerk peers at the check, looks
at the young man, looks at the check again. "Very good, sir. I'm afraid I
can't release the necklace immediately, would Monday be all right?"
"That'll be fine, she'll pick it up." the man replies, and walks out
of the store with the woman following him in a daze.
The next Monday the man comes back in and walks up to the counter.
The same clerk hurries over to him and says, "Sir, I'm sorry to have to tell
you this, but your check was returned for insufficient funds."
"I know," the man replies. "I just wanted to thank you for a
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