|#7238||No friendship is so cordial or so delicious as that of girl for girl;|
no hatred so intense or immovable as that of woman for woman.
|#7239||No man can have a reasonable opinion of women until he has long lost|
interest in hair restorers.
-- Austin O'Malley
|#7240||No modern woman with a grain of sense ever sends little notes to an|
unmarried man -- not until she is married, anyway.
-- Arthur Binstead
|#7241||No one knows like a woman how to say things that are at once gentle and deep.|
|#7242||No self-made man ever did such a good job that some woman didn't|
want to make some alterations.
-- Kim Hubbard
|#7243||No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether|
she will or will not be a mother.
-- Margaret H. Sanger
|#7244||No woman can endure a gambling husband, unless he is a steady winner.|
-- Lord Thomas Dewar
|#7245||No woman ever falls in love with a man unless she has a better opinion of|
him than he deserves.
-- Edgar Watson Howe
|#7246||Nobody really knows what happiness is, until they're married.|
And then it's too late.
|#7247||Not every problem someone has with his girlfriend is necessarily due to|
the capitalist mode of production.
-- Herbert Marcuse
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