Sunday, August 16, 2015

The Frictionary # 595

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

5476. The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for. (Allan K. Chalmers)

5477. Muddy water is best cleared by leaving it alone. (Alan Watts)

5478. A squirrel is a well dressed rat, a whore with a fur coat. (Olivier Martineau)

5479. Everything we do in life is based on fear, especially love. (Mel Brooks)

5480. Silence is the veil behind which the ignorant hides. (Oriental proverb)

5481. Our incomes are like our shoes; if too small, they gall and pinch us; but if too large, they cause us to stumble and trip. (Charles Caleb Colton)

5482. My right foot is jealous of my left foot. When one moves forward, the other wants to pass it. And I, poor fool, walk on. (Raymond Devos)

5483. If Attila the Hun were alive today, he'd be a drama critic. (Edward Albee)

5484. Bringing up a child is such a complex task that God himself had only one. (E. Vincent & E. Prelle)

5485. Superstition is a subtle form of fear. (Réjean Lévesque)

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

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