Sunday, June 03, 2018

The Frictionary # 738

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

6916. Lies are like children. If you don't nurture them, they'll never be useful later. (Randy K. Milholland)

6917. If your parents never had children, chances are you won't either. (Dick Cavett)

6918. Death is the only country that accepts everyone. (Stéphane Laporte)

6919. There is a great difference between knowing and understanding; you can know a lot about something and not really understand it. (Charles F. Kettering)

6920. A pedestrian is a man who's going to get his car. (Frédéric Dard)

6921. How do you know for sure you've got power unless you abuse it. (Bob Mankoff)

6922. Beauty is the purgation of superfluities. (Michelangelo)

6923. There are three ingredients to the good life: learning, earning, and yearning. (Christopher Morley)

6924. Actions are the fruit, words are but the leaves. (?)

6925. The adjective is the grease in style. (Victor Hugo)

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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