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I've never driven a car before. It's not so bad for first time!
Man is the only animal that goes to sleep when he's not sleepy and gets up when he is tired.

If you love something, set it free.

If it comes back, it was, and always will be yours.

If it never returns, it was never yours to begin with.

If it just sits in your living room, messes up your stuff, eats your food, uses your telephone, takes your money, and never behaves as if you actually set it free in the first place, you either married it or gave birth to it!

Business conventions are important because they demonstrate how many people a company can operate without.

Today's woman puts on wigs, fake eyelashes, false fingernails, sixteen pounds of assorted make-up/shadows/blushes/creams, living bras, various pads that would make a linebacker envious, has implants and assorted other surgeries, then complains that she cannot find a "real" man.

A good answer is what you think of later.

No one has more driving ambition than the boy who wants to buy a car.


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The man who seeks one thing in life, and but one,

May hope to achieve it before life be done;

But he who seeks all things, wherever he goes,

Only reaps from the hopes which around him he sows

A harvest of barren regrets.

—Owen Meredith

I am a great friend to public amusements; for they keep people from vice.
—Samuel Johnson.

"It is hard, indeed," said the melancholy gentleman, "to lose one's relatives."
"Hard?" snorted the gentleman of wealth. "Hard? It is impossible!

Repartee is saying on the instant what you didn't say until the next morning.

Stores hire extra help for the holidays. This way, customers who don't know what they want are helped by people who don't know where it is.

It is better to be looked over than overlooked.

Among the members of a working gang on a certain building lot was an Irishman who claimed to be very good at figures. The boss, thinking that he would get ahead of Irishman, said:
"Say, Pat, how many shirts can you get out of a yard?"
"That depends," answered Pat, "on whose yard you get into."