Ogden Nash

1902 - 1971

A Quote by Ogden Nash on progress

Progress may have been alright once, but it has gone on too long.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

Source: Unknown

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on force, happiness, marriage, and meetings

Marriage is the only known example of the happy meeting of the immovable object and the irresistible force.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on children, giving, happiness, inventions, and parenthood

Parents were invented to make children happy by giving them something to ignore.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on funny, life, and money

Certainly there are lots of things in life that money won't buy, but it's very funny- Have you ever tried to buy them without money?

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

Source: Happy Days, 1933, The Terrible People

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on time

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Time is like the ocean, always there, always different.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on cleverness, life, and sex

The turtle lives 'twixt plated decks Which practically conceal its sex I think it clever of the turtle In such a fix to be so fertile.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

Source: Hard Lines,1931, The Turtle

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on time and war

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Maybe I couldn't be dafter, But I keep wondering if this time we settle our differences before a war instead of after.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

Source: Everyone but Thee and Me, 1962, Is There an Oculist in the House?

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on women

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Women would rather be right than reasonable.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

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A Quote by Ogden Nash on dogs

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Door: What a dog is perpetually on the wrong side of.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

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A Quote by Ogden Nash

I think that I shall never see A billboard lovely as a tree. Perhaps, unless the billboards fall, I'll never see a tree at all.

Ogden Nash (1902 - 1971)

Source: Song of the Open Road, 1933

Contributed by: Zaady

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