1. Wit is cultured insolence.


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  2. All palaces are temporary palaces.

    Robert Montgomery

    2 loves

  3. I like irons but I love fire.

    Claire Underwood

    1 love

  4. A problem well put is half-solved

    John Dewey

    1 love

  5. Be wary of any enterprise that requires new clothes.

    Henry David Thoreau

    4 loves

  6. Always be smarter than the people who hire you.

    Lena Horne

    4 loves

  7. Housework can't kill you, but why take a chance?

    Phyllis Diller

    1 love

  8. General notions are generally wrong.

    Lady Mary Wortley Montag

    2 loves

  9. Men seldom make passes
    At girls who wear glasses.

    Dorothy Parker

    1 love

  10. When the drink is in, the sense is out.

    Irish Proverb

    6 loves

  11. The monuments of wit survive the monuments of power.

    Francis Bacon

    1 love

  12. The end never really justifies the meanness.

    E. Duane Hulse

    1 love

  13. Why don't you slip into something more comfortable... like a coma.


    5 loves