wives

A Quote by unknown on imagination and wives

He's got a client who shot his wife in the head six times. Six times, can you imagine it? I mean, even twice would be overdoing it, don't you think?

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A Quote by unknown on justice and wives

Never try to guess your wife's size. Just buy her anything marked "petite" and hold on to the receipt.

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A Quote by unknown on psychiatry, questions, and wives

A psychiatrist is a fellow who asks you a lot of expensive questions your wife asks for nothing.

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A Quote by Ira Steven Behr on death, pain, thought, trying, wives, and work

I finally realized that it wasn't Starfleet that I was trying to get away from. I was trying to escape the pain I felt, after my wife's death. I thought I could take the uniform, wrap it around the pain and toss them both away. But it doesn't work like that. Running may help for a little while, but sooner or later the pain catches up with you, and the only way to get rid of it is to stand your ground.

Ira Steven Behr

Source: Deep Space Nine, Season 4, Episode 1 "Way of the Warrior"

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A Quote by unknown on husbands, money, and wives

Wife to husband: The only explanation I have is that my money self-destructs.

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A Quote by unknown on america, attitude, bankers, day, husbands, justice, life, meaning, money, wives, and wonder

In the western part of the United States the paper money is Federal Reserve Notes issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The bills have an identifying L on them. One day a husband had a paper dollar in his hand and said to his wife: "This is a new one. It hasn't an L on it. It has an H. Where's it from?" "I don't know," replied his wife. "I don't read money. I only spend it." Money is money and is meant to be used. But we wonder how many apply that money attitude to life itself. How many just spend life; spend it without pausing occasionally to read its meaning?

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A Quote by unknown on listening and wives

My wife says I never listen to her. At least I think that's what she said.

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A Quote by unknown on husbands, people, and wives

The alert was screaming its warning against invading German planes. People were racing for the shelters. "Hurry up!" cried the housewife to her spouse. "I can't find my false teeth," called the befuddled and tardy husband. "False teeth!" returned the exasperated wife. "What do you think they are dropping? Sandwiches?"

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A Quote by unknown on animals, knowledge, men, needs, and wives

We know what the animals do, what are the needs of the beaver, the bear, the salmon, and other creatures, because long ago men married them and acquired this knowledge from their animal wives.

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Source: The Carrier Indians of the Bulkley River

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A Quote by unknown on advertising, day, dreams, good, men, trade, and wives

When trade grew slack, and notes fell due, The merchant's face grew long and blue; His dreams were troubled through the night With sheriff bailiffs all in sight. At this his wife unto him said "Rise up at once, get out of bed, And get your paper, ink, and pen, And advertise to all good men." He did as his good wife advised, And in the papers advertised. Crowds came and bought of all he had; His notes were paid, his dreams were glad; And he will tell you to this day, How well did printer's ink repay.

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