Illusion is the dust the devil throws in the eyes of the foolish.— Minna Antrim
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Experience is a good teacher, but she sends in terrific bills.
The very women who object to the morals of a notoriously beautiful actress, grow big with pride when an admirer suggests their marked resemblance to this stage beauty in physique.
Man proposes, woman forecloses.
Pretty women and rich men are rarely wrong.
We women take love too seriously. Men wish to be loved with laughter, not with sighing. So laugh, sweetheart, laugh, or soon you may be weeping.
Between flattery and admiration there often flows a river of contempt.
Satiety is a mongrel that barks at the heels of plenty.
The drama of life begins with a wail and ends with a sigh.
The difference between a saint and a hypocrite is that one lies for his religion, the other by it.
The Green-eyed Monster causes much woe, but the absence of this ugly serpent argues the presence of a corpse whose name is Eros.
When a woman is very, very bad, she is awful, but when a man is correspondingly good, he is weird.
There never was a woman who did not prefer an oblique compliment to a straight truth - if the latter were unflattering.
That one woman is capable of loving another is an historical truth;
but never yet lived one who could not listen to her own praises at the expense of her adored friend.
Brew me a cup for a winter's night. For the wind howls loud and the furies fight; Spice it with love and stir it with care, And I'll toast our bright eyes, my sweetheart fair.
To be loved is to be fortunate, but to be hated is to achieve distinction.
A fool bolts pleasure, then complains of moral indigestion.
An epigram is a flashlight of a truth; a witticism, truth laughing at itself.
Some men act upon women like champagne;
when they appear the women are sparkling and full of brilliance; when they leave the fair ones grow flat, stale, and most unprofitable companions.
Enthusiasms, like stimulants, are often affected by people with small mental ballast.
Man forgives women anything save the wit to outwit him.
Every man has two personalities; the one he reveals to women, the other to men.
Matrimonially speaking, a bridle for the tongue is better than a rein for the heart.
A homely face and no figure have aided many women heavenward.
To laughter! The bright coinage of the bank of good will.
To know one's self is wisdom, but to know one's neighbor is genius.
The bride and groom-May their joys be as bright as the morning, and their sorrows but shadows that fade in the sunlight of love.