Sunday, May 22, 2011

The Frictionary 335

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

3266. Everything you add to the truth subtracts from the truth. (Alexander Solzhenitsyn)

3267. I like to use the carrot instead of the stick. It leaves a more interesting bruise. (Scott Feschuk)

3268. Every man possesses three characters: that which he exhibits, that which he really has, and that which he believes he has. (Alphonse Karr)

3269. For the frienship of two, the patience of one is required. (Indian proverb)

3270. In the real dark night of the soul it is always three o'clock in the morning. (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

3271. I have great faith in fools - self-confidence, my friends call it. (Edgar Allen Poe)

3272. Affectionate: the adjective the owner gives to the dog humping your leg. (Réjean Lévesque)

3273. Never confuse the importance of things with the things of importance. (Mardy Grothe)

3274. I wear a necklace, 'cause I wanna know when I'm upside down. (Mitch Hedberg)

3275. You can never learn less, you can only learn more. (Buckminster Fuller)

That's all for this edition of The Frictionary. Your comments and suggestions are welcome. Subscribe and receive this free weekly blog in your in-box. Have a great week!

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