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7 Tips for Keeping Your Man (from the 1950s)

Ha. This is pretty funny. I wonder how people accepted this, even back then. “Remember your most important job is to build up and maintain his ego (which gets bruised plenty in business).” Well…

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17 Shakespearean Insults To Unleash In Everyday Life

Yes. Gotta keep these handy.

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-William Shakespeare “All’s Well that Ends Well”

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-John Milton “Paradise Lost”

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-John Milton “Paradise Lost”

Couldn’t have said it better.

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-John Milton “Paradise Lost”

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MUST SEE | Epic proposal video four years in the making from 26 countries

Uh. Yes! Yes! Yes!

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From Janis Ian’s Facebook page.

strandbooks:

From Janis Ian’s Facebook page.

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Perfect Match: Brazilian Kids Learn English by Video Chatting With Lonely Elderly Americans

Aw! Perfect.

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and you suffer a moment of confusion and annoyance because they didn’t turn on.

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After crossing the Rubicon, Caesar “gave his soldiers the strictest injunctions to do no injury to any property, public or private, as they advanced, and not to assume, in any respect, a hostile attitude toward the people of the country. The inhabitants, therefore, welcomed him wherever he came, and all the cities and towns followed the example of Ariminum, surrendering, in fact, faster than he could take possession of them.”

SURRENDERING FASTER THAN HE COULD TAKE POSSESSION OF THEM.

-Jacob Abbott

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Love is life, if it is not death.

-Victor Hugo

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-Victor Hugo

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Ray: ”I died once. The day I was born. My grandmother put me on the back of a tractor. when my mother picked me up, my head was split open. She told me about it. The great day when I was born. The day when I was given the gift of life twice. I still have the scars.”

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Alison: “I love guys with accents. English, Australian, Irish… You know, I haven’t really gotten into Asian accents. Yeah, I don’t think that’ll happen.”