Poetry n Prose
Quotes from the chalkboard
(as they were jotted down)
If I know who originated the quote I will
- When you have nothing to say, say
- Good luck is a lazy man's estimate of
hard-working man's success.
- Remember the good old days when mail
was delivered for three cents--instead of lost for 20.
- You are educated if you can do what
you ought, whether you want to do it or not.
- Failure is the path of lest
- A sows ear may not make a silk purse,
but a good calf can do a lot for a stocking.
- The oldest, shortest words--"yes" and
"no"--are those that require the most thought.
- Character is like the foundation to a
house--it is below the surface.
- Honorable parent wishes son to have
all those things he never had when he was a boy--including 5 A's on a
- Sure, God created man before woman.
But then you always make a rough draft before the final masterpiece.
- If you give a woman an inch, she will
park her car in it.
- Men may be smarter than women, but you
never see a woman marry a dumb man just because he has a good figure.
- The door to success is labeled push.
- Triumph is just umph added to try.
- A friend is a present you give yourself.
- Uncle Sam says there are 78 million people employed. He
didn't say how many are working.
- Before you find your handsome prince, you have to kiss a lot of
- Some students drink deeply at the fountain of knowledge.
Others only gargle.
- Old age is when your back goes out more than you do.
- Laziness: The habit of resting before fatigue sets in.
- A boyfriend is a fellow who lost his liberty in the pursuit of
- Marrying for money costs too much.
- Time, like a snowflake, disappears while we're trying to decide
what to do with it.
- Blessed are the perfect, for they are female.
- Your daughter is growing up when she starts dressing more slowly
and dialing faster.
- The battle of the sexes will never be won by either side.
There's too much fraternizing with the enemy.
- Do you come with a solution or are you part of the problem.
- Our chief want in life is somebody who will make us do what we can
do.--Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Most women's magazines have 50 pages of recipes and 50 pages of
- Quien mucho duermo, poco aprendo.
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