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Don’t mind me. I’m as happy as a cricket here.
Oft in the silence of the night, When the lonely moon rides
Books are always good company if you have the right sort.
I went [to war] because I couldn’t help it. I didn’t want
I want to be great, or nothing. I won’t be a commonplace
At twenty-five, girls begin to talk about being old maids, but secretly
Ridicule is often harder to bear than self-denial.
During the fifteen minutes that followed, the proud and sensitive girl suffered
Money is a needful and precious thing
Dear me! how happy and good we’d be, if we had no worries!
The girls gave their hearts into their mother’s keeping-their souls into their
Jo’s ambition was to do something very splendid; what it was she
Gentlemen, be courteous to the old maids, no matter how poor and
Only the most saintly and delusional among us welcomes all pain as
The Americans never use the word peasant, because they have no idea
Let him cry whoever feels like crying, for we were animals before
Mention the name George W. Bush in mixed company, and you’re likely
He who takes a partner takes a master.
I cannot believe that the American people and the people they elected
I like skateboarding. I’m here on this planet to skateboard; I feel
I’m certainly not a Robin Hood, I’m not that way. I don’t