Marriage quotes
Marriage is a matter of give and take, but so far I haven't been able to find anybody who'll take what I have to give.

- Daley, Cass
I have yet to hear a man ask for advice on how to combine marriage and a career.

- Steinem, Gloria
A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day.

- Andre Maurois
The concerts you enjoy together neighbors you annoy together children you destroy together that make marriage a joy

- Sondheim, Stephen
I am thinking of taking a fifth wife. Why not? Solomon had a thousand wives and he is a synonym for wisdom.

- Barrymore, John
A marriage based on full confidence, based on complete and unqualified frankness on both sides; they are not keeping anything back; there's no deception underneath it all. If I might so put it, it's an agreement for the mutual forgiveness of sin.

- Ibsen, Henrik
For it is mutual trust, even more than mutual interest that holds human associations together. Our friends seldom profit us but they make us feel safe. Marriage is a scheme to accomplish exactly that same end.

- Mencken, H. L.
Compromise, if not the spice of life, is its solidity. It is what makes nations great and marriages happy.

- Phyllis McGinley
Marriage isn't a process of prolonging the life of love, but of mummifying the corpse.

- Wodehouse, Sir P(elham) G(renville)
For it is mutual trust, even more than mutual interest that holds human associations together. Our friends seldom profit us but they make us feel safe... Marriage is a scheme to accomplish exactly that same end.

- H. L. Mencken
There is nothing nobler or more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends.

- Homer
All things are blessed now, but sin; for all things, excepting sin, are redeemed by the life and death of the Son of God. Blessed are wisdom and courage, joy and health and beauty, love and marriage, childhood and manhood, corn and wine, fruit and flowers, for Christ redeemed them by His life. . . . Blessed is death, and blest the unknown realms where souls await the Resurrection Day, for Christ redeemed them by His death. Blessed are all days, dark as well as bright, for all are His, and He is ours; and all are ours, and we are His for ever.

- National Sermons. 1848.
In almost every marriage there is a selfish and an unselfish partner. A pattern is set up and soon becomes inflexible, of one person always making the demands and one person always giving way.

- Murdoch, Iris
Man made one grave mistake: in answer to vaguely reformist and humanitarian agitation he admitted women to politics and the professions. The conservatives who saw this as the undermining of our civilization and the end of the state and marriage were right after all; it is time for the demolition to begin.

- Greer, Germaine
Instead of getting married again. I'm going to find a woman I don't like and give her a house.

- Grizzard, Lewis
Choose your wife as you wish your children to be.

- Proverb
Our marriage is like anybody's marriage, It goes through ups and downs. It's a little garden that you have to tend all the time. When we're home, it's not like we walk around all dolled up going, We are celebrities! We are famous! I change diapers. I clean up dog doo.

- Willis, Bruce
Many a man in love with a dimple makes the mistake of marrying the whole girl.

- Leacock, Stephen B.
INCUBUS, n. One of a race of highly improper demons who, though probably not wholly extinct, may be said to have seen their best nights. For a complete account of _incubi_ and _succubi_, including _incubae_ and _succubae_, see the _Liber Demonorum_ of Protassus (Paris, 1328), which contains much curious information that would be out of place in a dictionary intended as a text-book for the public schools. Victor Hugo relates that in the Channel Islands Satan himself -- tempted more than elsewhere by the beauty of the women, doubtless -- sometimes plays at _incubus_, greatly to the inconvenience and alarm of the good dames who wish to be loyal to their marriage vows, generally speaking. A certain lady applied to the parish priest to learn how they might, in the dark, distinguish the hardy intruder from their husbands. The holy man said they must feel his brown for horns; but Hugo is ungallant enough to hint a doubt of the efficacy of the test.

- Ambrose Bierce
The pretentiously -- named ensuite bathroom is a major factor in divorce. Privacy is paramount in marriage.

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