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Best Phrases In History About Love And Marriage

The new anthology, which follows the path of ‘The Little Book of Big Quotes’ by the same compiler (and the same publisher, Alienta), wants, according to himself, “to offer good times of intelligent reading through a succession of great humorous phrases

This time we focus on those related to the couple. If you have a lot of sentimental experience, you will recognize yourself in some of them and if not … get ready to discover that living together is not a bed of roses.

  1. I am single by choice, although not by mine. (Omy Adams)
  2. Some marriages end well, others last a lifetime. ( Woody Allen )
  3. Marriage is like savings books: from putting in and taking out so much, you lose interest. ( Woody Allen )
  4. We don’t believe in rheumatism or true love, until after the first attack. (Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach)
  5. Marriage is like the history of colonial countries; first comes conquest and then dreams of independence. (Marco Antonio Almaz√°n)
  6. [Would she remarry?] If I find a man who has fifteen million dollars, and who agrees in writing to give half to me before marriage and guarantees that he will die within a year. (Bette Davis)
  7. When it comes to marriage, don’t break your head; He who is determined, marries, and he who marries is determined. (Sixto Celorrio)
  8. Love likes more than marriage, because novels like more than history. (Nicolas Chamfort)
  9. An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have; the older she gets, the more interested he will be. ( Christie Agatha )
  10. Love is blind, but the neighbors are not. (Noel Clarasó)
  11. I would gladly put up with a dozen more love disappointments, if they helped me lose a couple of kilos. (Colette)

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