Urgency is never a path to joy.- Jonathan Lockwood Huie The pendulum of the mind alternatesbetween sense and nonsense,not between right and wrong.- Carl Jung We are born princes, and the civilizing process makes us frogs.- Publilius Syrus The man who can't dance thinks the band is no good.- Polish Proverb Don't part with your illusions.
When they are gone you may still exist,but you have ceased to live.- Mark Twain Life - for most people - is their past projected largeonto the movie screen of their future.- Jonathan Lockwood Huie Normal is in the eye of the beholder.- Whoopi Goldberg Nothing is so common-place as to wish to be remarkable.- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
"I'm sure you're not so cynical about Fleet loyalty and tradition as you pretend," he said stiffly.
A cynical daylight always follows too theatrical enthusiasm.
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cynical 1580s, "resembling Cynic philosophers," from cynic -al (1). the meaning had shaded into the general one of "critical, disparaging the motives of others, captious, sneering, peevish." Related: Cynically.
When he is listening, I say all the horrid, cynical, heartless things I can think of.
-- Logan Pearsall Smith A woman is faithful to her first lover for a long time - unless she happens to take a second. Mencken He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals. -- Crawford, The Rose of Yesterday Strange to say what delight we married people have to see poor fools decoyed into our condition.
-- Francois de La Rochefoucauld Men have a much better time of it than women; for one thing, they marry later; for another thing, they die earlier. -- Benjamin Franklin A woman tries to get all she can out of a man, and a man tries to get all he can into a woman. -- Samuel Pepys (1633-1703)Love conquers all things -- except poverty and toothache.