Sunday, October 28, 2018

The Frictionary #759

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

7126. Take away esteem, and love is no more. (Jean-Jacques Rousseau)

7127. God: the most popular scapegoat for our sins. (Mark Twain)

7128. In the wilderness of solitude
As I see it blooming
A flowering oasis of you
And beneath the sand the dust of longing. (Faiz Ahmed Faiz)

7129. My man wants us to hold hands on the street, I think he watches too much figure skating. (Laetitia Castwa)

7130. The first half of our life is ruined by our parents and the second half by our children. (Clarence S. Darrow)

7131. It is bad luck to be superstitious. (Andrew W. Mathis)

7132. They say prostitutes sell their bodies when in fact, they're only renting them - just like regular employees. (Réjean Lévesque)

7133. Most horses have mullets. (Demetri Martin)

7134. Ghosts do not haunt many gyms; they enroll but end up not going. (?)

7135. If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear. (George Orwell)

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