Marriage Quotes

'Tis safest in matrimony to begin with a little aversion.

By Richard Brinsley Sheridan
The horror of wedlock, the most appalling, the most loathsome of all the bonds humankind has devised for its own discomfort and degradation.

By Marquis de Sade
The married are those who have taken the terrible risk of intimacy and, having taken it, know life without intimacy to be impossible.

By Carolyn Heilbrun
There is no subject on which more dangerous nonsense is talked and thought than marriage.

By George Bernard Shaw
You are my true and honorable wife, As dear to me as are the ruddy drops That visit my sad heart.

By Shakespeare
You don't know Leonie. She married me to achieve insecurity, and now you're trying to take it away from her.

By David Mercer
You need not be proud of me.... I'm only being active till you can be again—it isn't such a great desire on my part to serve the world and I...

By Eleanor Roosevelt
you see, we live in a cold climate and are not permitted to kiss on the street...

By Anne Sexton
You still might trace Uncalled-for to this day Your person, your place.

By Philip Larkin
You think you can marry for your own pleasure, friend?

By Molière
Your most vital necessity in this life is that you shall love your wife completely and implicitly and in an entire nakedness of body and spiri...

By D.H. Lawrence
your old fashioned tirade— loving, rapid, merciless— breaks like the Atlantic Ocean on my head.

By Robert Lowell
Your wife would give you little thanks for that If she were by to hear you make the offer.

By Shakespeare
You're a business idea in the shape of a man.

By David Lean
Who shall forbid a wise skepticism, seeing that there is no practical question on which any thing more than an approximate solution can be had...

By Ralph Waldo Emerson
Whoever, fleeing marriage and the sorrows that women cause, does not wish to wed comes to a deadly old age.

By Hesiod
With my desire to write he seemed in full sympathy, and in urging our early marriage he argued that my first necessity was leisure in which to...

By Rheta Childe Dorr
Without thinking highly either of men or of matrimony, marriage had always been her object; it was the only honourable provision for well-educ...

By Jane Austen
Women who marry early are often overly enamored of the kind of man who looks great in wedding pictures and passes the maid of honor his teleph...

By Anna Quindlen
Wooing, wedding, and repenting, is as a Scotch jig, a measure, and a cinquepace; the first suit is hot and hasty, like a Scotch jig, and full ...

By Shakespeare
Yes, marriage is hateful, detestable. A kind of ineffable, sickening disgust seizes my mind when I think of this most despotic, most unrequite...

By Percy Bysshe Shelley
You make a toast for tomorrow and smash the cup, letting your false women lap the dish I had to fatten up.

By Anne Sexton
When married one has to get into an argument once in a while since in this way one learns about the other.

By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
When you gonna get married, Marty? You should be ashamed of yourself. All your brothers and sisters, younger than you, they get married and go...

By Paddy Chayefsky
Where and to whom you are married I can only guess in my piecemeal fashion. I grow old on my bitterness.

By Anne Sexton
Whether they forget What they wanted first or not They tarnish at quiet anchor.

By Philip Larkin
Why have such scores of lovely, gifted girls Married impossible men?...

By Robert Graves
Whatever woman may cast her lot with mine, should any ever do so, it is my intention to do all in my power to make her happy and contented; an...

By Abraham Lincoln
When a husband's story is believed, he begins to suspect his wife.

By H.L. Mencken
When a man has married a wife, he finds out whether Her knees and elbows are only glued together.

By William Blake
When a man marries, dies, or turns Hindoo, His best friends hear no more of him.

By Percy Bysshe Shelley
When any two young people take it into their heads to marry, they are pretty sure by perseverance to carry their point, be they ever so poor, ...

By Jane Austen
When I censured a gentleman of my acquaintance for marrying a second time, as it shewed a disregard of his first wife, he said, 'Not at all, S...

By Samuel Johnson
When I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married.

By Shakespeare
When the blind lead the blind, no wonder they both fall into—matrimony.

By George Farquhar
When two people are under the influence of the most violent, most insane, most delusive, and most transient of passions, they are required to ...

By George Bernard Shaw
When two people marry they become in the eyes of the law one person, and that one person is the husband!

By Shana Alexander
When undertaking marriage, everyone must be the judge of his own thoughts, and take counsel from himself.

By François Rabelais
What did she say?—Just what she ought, of course. A lady always does.—She said enough to show there need not be despair—and to invite hi...

By Jane Austen
What is marriage but prostitution to one man instead of many?

By Angela Carter
What is marriage, is marriage protection or religion, is marriage renunciation or abundance, is marriage a stepping-stone or an end. What is m...

By Gertrude Stein
What men fear most is ending up in the wrong profession; what women fear most is ending up with the wrong man.

By Anonymous
What Reply can the vast flowering strike from us, Unless it be the one You make today in London: to be married?

By Philip Larkin
We should be careful never to imagine, that the wedding-day is the burial of love, but that in reality love then begins its best life; and if ...

By James Boswell
We thought we were made for each other. For almost a quarter of a century she has borne with my infirmities, and I have rejoiced in her graces...

By Calvin Coolidge
Wedding is great Juno's crown, O blessed bond of board and bed!...

By Shakespeare
Well, a fine opinion he must have of me, if he thinks I'd go to any man without a proper fortune. And this you may tell your Mr. Party of the ...

By Frank S. Nugent
Well, the wedding is over, the good folks are joined for better for worse—a shocking clause that!—'tis preparing one to lead a long journe...

By Frances Burney
What God hath joined together no man ever shall put asunder: God will take care of that.

By George Bernard Shaw
What is any respectable girl brought up to do but to catch some rich man's fancy and get the benefit of his money by marrying him?—as if a m...

By George Bernard Shaw
Ven you're a married man, Samivel, you'll understand a good many things as you don't understand now; but vether it's worth goin' through so mu...

By Charles Dickens
War is no strife To the dark house and the detested wife.

By Shakespeare
Wasn't marriage, like life, unstimulating and unprofitable and somewhat empty when too well ordered and protected and guarded. Wasn't it finer...

By Edna Ferber
We are not very much to blame for our bad marriages. We live amid hallucinations; and this especial trap is laid to trip our feet with, and al...

By Ralph Waldo Emerson
We cannot do without it, and yet we disgrace and vilify the same. It may be compared to a cage, the birds without despair to get in, and those...

By Michel de Montaigne
We do not marry for ourselves, whatever we say; we marry just as much or more for our posterity, for our family. The practice and benefit of m...

By Michel de Montaigne
To many women marriage is only this. It is merely a physical change impinging on their ordinary nature, leaving their mentality untouched, the...

By Mary Webb
To marry a fool is to be no fool.

By Molière
To marry a man out of pity is folly; and, if you think you are going to influence the kind of fellow who has 'never had a chance, poor devil,'...

By Margot Asquith
Tom: All right, boys. C'mon. Why don't you say I'm a yellow belly and a big mouth at that? Shep: You yellow? Who thinks you're yellow? Di...

By Billy Wilder
To-morrow is the joyful day, Audrey, to-morrow will we be married.

By Shakespeare
Turn back. Turn, young lady dear A murderer's house you enter here I was wooed and won little bird

By Allen Tate
Twenty years of romance makes a woman look like a ruin; but twenty years of marriage makes her look like a public building.

By Oscar Wilde
Twenty-five or thirty years ago it was natural for a girl to look forward to marriage as embodying all that was of consequence in life. Not to...

By Clara Lanza
Two by two in the ark of the ache of it.

By Denise Levertov
Two people did not get married. Since then they have been living in mutual widowhood.

By Karl Kraus
Two such as you with such a master speed Cannot be parted nor be swept away...

By Robert Frost
Two wives? That exceeds the custom.

By Molière
Unless the law of marriage were first made human, it could never become divine.

By George Bernard Shaw
To the moralist prostitution does not consist so much in the fact that the woman sells her body, but rather that she sells it out of wedlock.

By Emma Goldman
Those whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder.

By Book Of Common Prayer, The
Thou art an elm, my husband, I a vine, Whose weakness, married to thy stronger state, Makes me with thy strength to communicate.

By Shakespeare
Through dinner she felt a gradual icy coldness stealing through her like novocaine. She had made up her mind. It seemed as if she had set the ...

By John Dos Passos
Thus grief still treads upon the heels of pleasure: Married in haste, we may repent at leisure.

By William Congreve
Thy loving voyage Is but for two months victualled.

By Shakespeare
There's plenty men dat takes a wife lak dey do a joint uh sugar-cane. It's round, juicy an' sweet when dey gits it. But de squeeze an' grind, ...

By Zora Neale Hurston
they were placed in a box and painted identically blue...

By Anne Sexton
This fellow will but join you together as they join wainscot; then one of you will prove a shrunk panel, and...

By Shakespeare
There is a rhythm to the ending of a marriage just like the rhythm of a courtship—only backward. You try to start again but get into blaming...

By Erica Jong
There is a time for all things—Except Marriage my dear.

By Thomas Chatterton
There is no road to wealth so easy and respectable as that of matrimony; that is, of course, provided that the aspirant declines the slow cour...

By Anthony Trollope
There is something so settled and stodgy about turning a great romance into next of kin on an emergency room form, and something so soothing a...

By Anna Quindlen
There is yet another kind of matrimonial dialect (which naturally succeeds this of talking at each other), which may very properly be styled T...

By Sarah Fielding
There was an old party of Lyme Who married three wives at one time.

By Edward Lear
Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.

By Anonymous
The wedding was a quiet affair, and when called upon to enjoy my promotion from lodger to lover did I experience only bitterness and distaste?...

By Vladimir Nabokov
There are certainly not so many men of large fortune in the world, as there are pretty women to deserve them.

By Jane Austen
There are good marriages, but no delightful ones.

By François La Rochefoucauld, Duc De
There are only two or three couples in history.

By Henry David Thoreau
There are such beings in the World perhaps, one in a Thousand, as the Creature You and I should think perfection, Where Grace &...

By Jane Austen
The spirit of the marriage left the bedroom and took to living in the parlor.

By Zora Neale Hurston
The squabbles of philandering Zeus and shrewish Hera are the Greeks' comment on married life.

By Mason Cooley
The time was once, when thou unurged wouldst vow That never words were music to thine ear,...

By Shakespeare
The union of hands and hearts.

By Jeremy Taylor
The point is to show who is the cross and who the crucified.

By Max Frisch
The reason why women effect so little and are so shallow is because their aims are low, marriage is the prize for which they strive; if foiled...

By Sarah M. Grimke
The sweet silent hours of marriage joys.

By Shakespeare
The mere idea of marriage, as a strong possibility, if not always nowadays a reasonable likelihood, existing to weaken the will by distracting...

By William Bolitho
The old ideals are dead as nails—nothing there. It seems to me there remains only this perfect union with a woman—sort of ultimate marriag...

By D.H. Lawrence
The loss of liberty which must attend being a wife was of all things the most horrible to my imagination.

By Sarah Fielding
the marriage twists, holds firm, a sailor's knot.

By Anne Sexton
The married state, with and without the affection suitable to it, is the completest image of heaven and hell we are capable of receiving in th...

By Richard Steele
The massive weight of Uncle's wedding band Sits heavily upon Aunt Jennifer's hand.

By Adrienne Rich
The first time a woman marries she follows her parents' wishes, but when she marries again she follows her own.

By Anonymous
The husband should give to his wife her conjugal rights, and likewise the wife to her husband.

By Anonymous
The institution of marriage in all societies is a pattern within which the strains put by civilization on males and females alike must be reso...

By Margaret Mead
The beasts, the fishes, and the winged fowls Are their males' subjects and at their controls:...

By Shakespeare
The best by far is to marry in one's own rank.

By Aeschylus
The best friend will probably get the best spouse, because a good marriage is based on the talent for friendship.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
The clearest explanation for the failure of any marriage is that the two people are incompatible—that is, that one is male and the other fem...

By Anna Quindlen
The concerts you enjoy together Neighbors you annoy together Children you destroy together That make marriage a joy

By Stephen Sondheim
The critical period in matrimony is breakfast-time.

By A.P. Herbert
The curse which lies upon marriage is that too often the individuals are joined in their weakness rather than in their strength—each asking ...

By Simone De Beauvoir
Tamed by Miltown, we lie on Mother's bed;

By Robert Lowell
The 19-year-old Diana ... decided to make her career that of wife. Today that can be a very, very iffy line of work.... And what sometimes hap...

By Anna Quindlen
The ache of marriage: thigh and tongue, beloved, are heavy with it....

By Denise Levertov
The American woman's concept of marriage is a clearly etched picture of something uninflated on the floor. A sleeping-bag without air, a beanb...

By Florence King
The ancient saying is no heresy, Hanging and wiving goes by destiny.

By Shakespeare
The aura of the theocratic death penalty for adultery still clings to America, even outside New England, and multiple divorce, which looks to ...

By Anthony Burgess
The breathing in unison ...

By T.S. Eliot
Still I can't contradict, what so oft has been said, 'Though women are angels, yet wedlock's the devil.'

By George Gordon Noel Byron
That a marriage ends is less than ideal; but all things end under heaven, and if temporality is held to be invalidating, then nothing real suc...

By John Updike
Since I do purpose to marry, I will think nothing to any purpose that the world can say against it; and therefore never flout at me for w...

By Shakespeare
Since the law prohibits the keeping of wild animals and I get no enjoyment from pets, I prefer to remain unmarried.

By Karl Kraus
Single Women have a dreadful propensity for being poor—which is one very strong argument in favor of Matrimony.

By Jane Austen
Some marriages depend on domestic arguments the way the courts depend on litigation.

By Mason Cooley
Some women marry houses. It's another kind of skin; it has a heart, a mouth, a liver and bowel movements.

By Anne Sexton
someones married their everyones laughed their cryings and did their dance...

By E.E. Cummings
'Speak thy desire, thou only just of men; And thou, O woman, only worthy found To be with such a man in marriage bound.'

By Ovid
Reunion after long separation is even better than one's wedding night.

By Anonymous
Say what you will, making marriage work is a woman's business. The institution was invented to do her homage; it was contrived for her protect...

By Phyllis McGinley
See where she comes, and smell how all the street, Breathes vineyards and pomegranates: oh, how sweet!...

By Robert Herrick
She had brought love to the union and he had brought a longing after the flesh.

By Zora Neale Hurston
She noted that marriage is a very serious thing. I answered that no, it is not.... She just wanted to know if I would have accepted the same p...

By Albert Camus
She saw a dust bearing bee sink into the sanctum of a bloom; the thousand sister calxes arch to meet the love embrace and the ecstatic shiver ...

By Zora Neale Hurston
Progress of a marriage: 'There was a time when you couldn't...

By Irving Layton
psychologist Mothers with marriageable daughters ought to look out for men of this stamp, men with brains to act as protecting divinity, ...

By Honoré De Balzac
Reader, I married him.

By Charlotte Brontë
Rituals are important. Nowadays it's hip not to be married. I'm not interested in being hip.

By John Lennon
Roger Thornhill: Has life been like that? Eve Kendall: Uhm mm....

By Ernest Lehman
Romance feeds on obstacles, short excitations, and partings; marriage, on the contrary, is made up of wont, daily propinquity, growing accusto...

By Denis De Rougemont
Our comparative fidelity was fear of defeat at the hands of another partner.

By Max Frisch
Our home has been nothing but a play-room. I've been your doll-wife here, just as at home I was Papa's doll-child. And the children have been ...

By Henrik Ibsen
Porter: O.K., O.K., you win. I'll marry you. How 'bout it? Lora May: Thanks. For nuthin'....

By Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Only one marriage I regret. I remember after I got that marriage license I went across from the license bureau to a bar for a drink. The barte...

By Ernest Hemingway
Our wedding day, twenty years ago! A happy day. Darling is handsomer than she was then, with a glorious flow of friendly feeling and cheerfuln...

By Rutherford Birchard Hayes
Of lovers whose bodies smell of each other Who think the same thoughts without need of speech

By T.S. Eliot
Old married people look so much alike that they have the same number of hairs in their ears.

By Albert Camus
On the whole, the great success of marriage in the States is due partly to the fact that no American man is ever idle, and partly to the fact ...

By Oscar Wilde
Once you've married, be strict but just with your wife, don't allow her to forget herself, and when a misunderstanding arises, say: 'Don't for...

By Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
One doesn't have to get anywhere in a marriage. It's not a public conveyance.

By Iris Murdoch
One is no number, mayds are nothing then, Without the sweet societie of men....

By Christopher Marlowe
Now ... that you are going to marry, do not expect more from life, than life will afford.'

By Samuel Johnson
Now they are together like strangers in a two-seater outhouse, eating and squatting together.

By Anne Sexton
Now you become my boredom and my failure, Another way of suffering, a risk, A heavier-than-air hypostasis.

By Philip Larkin
Never during our marital bliss did she cause me one moment's uneasiness. Never did I have to ask, 'Where have you been? What were you doing?' ...

By Vina Delmar
No, I have never found The place where I could say...

By Philip Larkin
Nothing is to be compared to the misery of being bound without Love, bound to one, & preferring another. That is a...

By Jane Austen
Most married couples spend the whole day apart, the woman in the house, the man in the office or study or workshop.

By George Bernard Shaw
Mrs. Hall, of Sherborne, was brought to bed yesterday of a dead child, some weeks before she was expected, owing to a...

By Jane Austen
Mrs. John Lyford is so much pleased with the state of widowhood as to be going to put in for being a widow again; she...

By Jane Austen
—My brother Toby, quoth she, is going to be married to Mrs. Wadman. 'Then he will never,' quoth my father, 'be able to lie diagonally in his...

By Laurence Sterne
My old Father used to have a saying that 'If you make a bad bargain, hug it the tighter'; and it occurs to me, that if the bargain you have ju...

By Abraham Lincoln
My own opinion is that [love] is felt most completely in marriage, or some comparable attachment of long duration. Love takes time. What are c...

By Robertson Davies
My whole working philosophy is that the only stable happiness for mankind is that it shall live married in blessed union to woman-kind—intim...

By D.H. Lawrence
Naked as paper to start But in twenty-five years she'll be silver, In fifty, gold.

By Sylvia Plath
never again would she lose her ball, that moon, that Krishna hair, that blind poppy, that innocent globe, that madonna womb.

By Anne Sexton
Marriage is a fierce battle before which the two partners ask heaven for its blessing, because loving each other is the most audacious of ente...

By Honoré De Balzac
Marriage is a state that is attended with so much care and trouble, that it is a kind of faulty indulgence and selfishness to live single, in ...

By Samuel Richardson
Marriage is an act of will that signifies and involves a mutual gift, which unites the spouses and binds them to their eventual souls, with wh...

By John Paul II
Marriage is for women the commonest mode of livelihood, and the total amount of undesired sex endured by women is probably greater in marriage...

By Bertrand Russell
Marriage is like a war. There are moments of chivalry and gallantry that attend the victorious advances and strategic retreats, the birth or d...

By Helen Hayes
Marriage is socialism among two people.

By Barbara Ehrenreich
Marriage is the clue to human life, but there is no marriage apart from the wheeling sun and the nodding earth, from the straying of the plane...

By D.H. Lawrence
Marriage is the highest state of friendship: If happy, it lessens our cares by dividing them, at the same time that it doubles our pleasures b...

By Samuel Richardson
Marriage is the only actual bondage known to our law. There remain no legal slaves, except the mistress of every house.

By John Stuart Mill
Marriage isn't a word—it's a sentence.

By Anonymous
Marriage was contrived for ordinary people, for people who are capable of neither great love nor great friendship, which is to say, for most p...

By Friedrich Nietzsche
Marriage, for a woman at least, hampers the two things that made life to me glorious—friendship and learning.

By Jane Harrison
Marriage, it seems, confines every man to his proper rank.

By Jean De La Bruyère
Marriages that made out of love (so-called 'love-matches') have error as their father and misery (necessity) as their mother.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
Married love is a stream that, after a certain length of time, sinks into the earth and flows underground. Something is there, but one does no...

By Gerald Branan
Married! I can see you right now in the kitchen bending over a hot stove ... but I can't see the stove.

By Bert Kalmar
Marry first, and love will come after is a shocking assertion; since a thousand things may happen to make the state but barely tolerable, when...

By Samuel Richardson
Marrying a man is like buying something you've been admiring for a long time in a shop window. You may love it when you get it home, but it do...

By Jean Kerr
Marrying any man is risky. Marrying a famous man is kissing catastrophe.

By John Colton
Marrying to increase love is like gaming to become rich; alas, you only lose what little stock you had before.

By William Wycherley
Mary Kate Danaher: Don't touch me. You have no right. Sean Thornton: Whadya mean no right!...

By Frank S. Nugent
Matrimony is the union of meanness and martyrdom.

By Karl Kraus
May I not wed as you have wed? may it not break, beauty, from out my hands, my head, my feet?

By Hilda Doolittle
Maybe the bride-bed brings despair, For each an imagined image brings And finds a real image there....

By William Butler Yeats
Men are all right for friends, but as soon as you marry them they turn into cranky old fathers, even the wild ones. They begin to tell you wha...

By Willa Cather
Methinks a certain polygamy with its troubles is the fate of almost all men. They are married to two wives: their genius (a celestial muse), a...

By Henry David Thoreau
Miss Western: Tell me, child, what objections can you have to the young gentleman? Sophie: A very solid objection, in my opinion. I hate ...

By John Osborne
Modern marriage has lost its meaning—consequently it is being abolished.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
Like man and wife who nightly keep Inconsequent debate in sleep As they dream side by side.

By Robert Graves
Listen, Buster you and your quick-change acts aren't going to hang orange blossoms all over me just because you feel the cold weather coming o...

By John Lee Mahin
Love and marriage, love and marriage Go together like a horse and carriage...

By Sammy Cahn
Love without marriage can sometimes be very awkward for all concerned; but marriage without love simply removes that institution from the terr...

By Katherine Anne Porter
Man and wife, being two, are one in love.

By Shakespeare
Marriage (in what is called the spiritual world) is impossible, because of the inequality between every subject and every object.

By Ralph Waldo Emerson
Marriage accustomed one to the good things, so one came to take them for granted, but magnified the bad things, so they came to feel as painfu...

By Marilyn French
Marriage always demands the greatest understanding of the art of insincerity possible between two human beings.

By Vicki Baum
Marriage and deathless friendship, both should be inviolable and sacred: two great creative passions, separate, apart, but complementary: the ...

By D.H. Lawrence
Marriage as an institution developed from rape as a practice. Rape, originally defined as abduction, became marriage by capture. Marriage mean...

By Andrea Dworkin
Marriage brings one into fatal connection with custom and tradition, and traditions and customs are like the wind and weather, altogether inca...

By Soren Kierkegaard
Marriage enlarges the Scene of our Happiness and Miseries.

By Joseph Addison
Marriage has, for its share, usefulness, justice, honour, and constancy; a stale but more durable pleasure. Love is grounded on pleasure alone...

By Michel de Montaigne
Marriage is a bribe to make a housekeeper think she's a householder.

By Thornton Wilder
Men commonly couple with their idea of marriage a slight degree at least of sensuality; but every lover, the world over, believes in its incon...

By Henry David Thoreau
Let husbands know Their wives have sense like them; they see, and smell,...

By Shakespeare
Life begins to happen. My hoppped up husband drops his home disputes, and hits the streets to cruise for prostitutes,

By Robert Lowell
Look Johnny, Spig just joined the Navy. I'm married to it. I run the mess hall. I swab the deck. I chip the rust. You're afraid that they'll k...

By Frank Fenton
Lord Bateman prepared for another marriage, So both their hearts so full of glee....

By Anonymous
Juxtaposition marries men.

By Herman Melville
Lady Sondes' match surprises, but does not offend me; had her first marriage been of affection, or had their been a grown-up...

By Jane Austen
Let still the woman take An elder than herself. So wears she to him; So sways she level in her husband's heart.

By Shakespeare
Let your fountain be blessed, and rejoice in the wife of your youth, a lovely deer, a graceful doe. May her breasts satisfy you at all times; ...

By Anonymous
Let's call them years of a friendly misalliance.

By Charlie Chaplin
It is with religion as with marriage. A youth marries in haste; afterwards, when his mind is opened to the reason of the conduct of life, he i...

By Ralph Waldo Emerson
It ought to be illegal for an artist to marry.... If the artist must marry let him find someone more interested in art, or his art, or the art...

By Ezra Pound
It resembles a pair of shears, so joined that they cannot be separated, often moving in opposite directions, yet always punishing anyone who c...

By Sydney Smith
It was very good of God to let Carlyle and Mrs. Carlyle marry one another and so make only two people miserable instead of four, besides being...

By Samuel Butler
It works, there is nothing wrong with it. You have a hole, it's a poultice....

By Sylvia Plath
It's a bad joke without a punchline.

By Stanley Kubrick
It's a dangerous thing to be married right up to the hilt, like my daughter's husband. The man is at home all day, like a damned soul in hell.

By George Bernard Shaw
It's still better to be married than dead.

By Molière
I've noticed that people who get married cease to be curious.

By Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
It is always incomprehensible to a man that a woman should ever refuse an offer of marriage. A man always imagines a woman to be ready for any...

By Jane Austen
It is ill to marry in the month of May.

By Ovid
It is not nice to be wedded to anything—not even to a theory.

By Samuel Butler
It is not strange that some of our revoltes preach trial marriage: for the only safe way to marry them at all would be on trial. Until you had...

By Katharine Fullerton Gerould
It is obvious that rationality has been utterly lost in modern marriage: which is no objection to marriage, however, but rather to modernity.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
In marriage there are no manners to keep up, and beneath the wildest accusations no real criticism. Each is familiar with that ancient child i...

By Enid Bagnold
In taking out an insurance policy one pays for it in dollars and cents, always at liberty to discontinue payments. If, however, woman's premiu...

By Emma Goldman
In the marriage ceremony, that moment when falling in love is replaced by the arduous drama of staying in love, the words 'for richer, for poo...

By Michael Ignatieff
In this troublesome world, we are never quite satisfied. When you were here, I thought you hindered me some in attending to business; but now,...

By Abraham Lincoln
Into thir inmost bower Handed they went; and eas'd the putting off...

By John Milton
If thou wilt needs marry, marry a fool, for wise men know what monsters you make of them.

By Shakespeare
If variety is capable of filling every hour of the married state with the highest joy, then might it be said that Lord and Lady Dellwyn were c...

By Sarah Fielding
If we women were particular about men's characters, we should never get married at all.

By George Bernard Shaw
If you fear loneliness, then don't get married.

By Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
I'm your wife, damn it. And if you can't work up a winter passion for me, the least I require is respect and allegiance.

By Paddy Chayefsky
Imp at three and wench at 'leben She counted her husbands to the number seben.

By Margaret Abigail Walker
In a pure society, the subject of marriage would not be so often avoided,—from shame and not from reverence, winked out of sight, and hinted...

By Henry David Thoreau
In all perception of the truth there is a divine ecstasy, an inexpressible delirium of joy, as when a youth embraces his betrothed virgin. The...

By Henry David Thoreau
In all the important preparations of the mind she was complete; being prepared for matrimony by an hatred of home, restraint, and tranquillity...

By Jane Austen
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 ma...

By Iris Murdoch
In bed one may behave like husband and wife; but out of bed one should observe the proprieties.

By Anonymous
I would find by the edge of that water The collar-bone of a hare...

By William Butler Yeats
I would not deny you; but, by this good day, I yield upon great persuasion; and partly to save your life, for I was told you were in a consump...

By Shakespeare
If a marriage is going to work well, it must be on a solid footing, namely money, and of that commodity it is the girl with the smallest dowry...

By Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield, 4th Earl
If any man can shew any just cause, why they may not lawfully be joined together, let him now speak, or else hereafter for ever hold his peace...

By Book Of Common Prayer, The
If common sense had been consulted, how many marriages would never have taken place; if uncommon or divine sense, how few marriages such as we...

By Henry David Thoreau
If marriages were made by putting all the men's names into one sack and the women's names into another, and having them taken out by a blindfo...

By George Bernard Shaw
If matrimony be really beneficial to society, the custom that ... married women alone are allowed any claim to place, is as useful a piece of ...

By Sarah Fielding
If the heart beguiles itself in its choice [of a wife], and imagination will give excellencies which are not the portion of flesh and blood:Mw...

By Laurence Sterne
If the veil were withdrawn from the sanctuary of domestic life, and man could look upon the fear, the loathing, the detestations which his tyr...

By Lydia Jane Pierson
If there be no great love in the beginning, yet heaven may decrease it upon better acquaintance, when we are married and have more occasion to...

By Shakespeare
I struggled with the horror of daybreak, I chose it for my lot! If questioned on...

By William Butler Yeats
I think he and I should get married!

By Elizabeth I
I think people really marry far too much; it is such a lottery after all, and for a poor woman a very doubtful happiness.

By Victoria
I wear my wedding ring He will cut off your finger And the blood will linger Little bird!

By Allen Tate
I will remain The loyal'st husband that did e'er plight troth.

By Shakespeare
I will tell thee in French—which I am sure will hang upon my tongue like a new-married wife about her husband's neck,...

By Shakespeare
I wol bistowe the flour of al myn age In th'actes and in fruit of mariage.

By Geoffrey Chaucer
I wolde no lenger in the bed abide If that I felte his arm over my side,...

By Geoffrey Chaucer
I wonder, among all the tangles of this mortal coil, which one contains tighter knots to undo, & consequently suggests more tugging, & pain, &...

By Edith Wharton
I know a lot of wonderful men married to pills, and I know a lot of pills married to wonderful women. So one shouldn't judge that way.

By Barbara Bush
I never felt I could give up my life of freedom to become a man's housekeeper. When I was young, if a girl married poverty, she became a drudg...

By Susan B. Anthony
I never understood exactly why people get engaged—The only time I ever did the most disastrous things happened—but I feel that there's a g...

By John Dos Passos
I praise wedlock, I praise marital union, but only because they produce me virgins.

By Jerome
I promise to be an excellent husband, but give me a wife who, like the moon, will not appear every day in my sky.

By Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
I do not consider divorce an evil by any means. It is just as much a refuge for women married to brutal men as Canada was to the slaves of bru...

By Susan B. Anthony
I felt more determined than ever to become a physician, and thus place a strong barrier between me and all ordinary marriage. I must have some...

By Elizabeth Blackwell
I got a little secretarial job after college, but I thought of it as a prelude. Education, work, whatever you did before marriage, was only a ...

By Bonnie Carr
I had reconciled myself to a life without marriage or children for the sake of my career. And then my brothers got married. I realized I didn'...

By Benazir Bhutto
I have had a tragic correspondence, for the most part all on one side, with Miss _______. She did really wish to—I hesitate to write—marry...

By Henry David Thoreau
I can't help it, she said, pulling a long face, It's them pills I took, to bring it off, she said....

By T.S. Eliot
Here's our own hands against our hearts. Come, I will have thee; but, by this light, I take thee for pity.

By Shakespeare
Husbands and wives generally understand when opposition will be vain.

By Jane Austen
I am Roman, alas, because Horace is Roman.

By Pierre Corneille
He yaf me al the bridel in myn hand, To han the governance of hous and land, And of his tonge and his hand also;

By Geoffrey Chaucer
her young years bungle past their same marriage bed...

By Anne Sexton
His lordship pronounced his assent to take to wife his destined prey (in the words 'I will'), with a voice as audible as generally breaks fort...

By Sarah Fielding
How happy a thing were a wedding, And a bedding, If a man might purchase a wife For a twelvemonth and a day;

By Thomas Flatman
How many young hearts have revealed the fact that what they had been trained to imagine the highest earthly felicity was but the beginning of ...

By Catherine E. Beecher
Good marriages are made in heaven. Or some such place.

By Robert Bolt
grown fully, as they say, they gave her a ring,...

By Anne Sexton
Gudrun: You don't think one needs the experience of having been married? Ursula: Oh, Gudrun, do you really think it need be an experience...

By Larry Kramer
Hail wedded love, mysterious law, true source Of human offspring, sole propriety,...

By John Milton
He had kind eyes and hands and was a friend of sorrow. Thus they were married. After all he had compromised her.

By Anne Sexton
Garth, marriage is punishment for shoplifting, in some countries.

By Mike Myers
General McLaidlaw: Lena will never marry. She's not the marrying sort. I see no reason to worry. There's enough to care for her for the rest o...

By Samson Raphaelson
George Peatty: Tell me something, wouldya Sherry? Just tell me one thing. Why did you ever marry me anyway? Sherry Peatty: Oh, George. Wh...

By Stanley Kubrick
God invented concubinage, Satan marriage.

By Francis Picabia
God, the best maker of all marriages, Combine your hearts in one.

By Shakespeare
Good dogs do not bite chickens; good husbands do not beat their wives.

By Anonymous
Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance. If the dispositions of the parties are ever so well known to each other, or ever so simi...

By Jane Austen
Happiness is peace after strife, the overcoming of difficulties, the feeling of security and well-being. The only really happy folk are marrie...

By H.L. Mencken
Has God's supply of tolerable husbands Fallen, in fact, so low?...

By Robert Graves
For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.

By Anonymous
For the longest time, marriage has had a guilty conscience about itself. Should we believe it?—Yes, we should believe it.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
For the marriage bed ordained by fate for men and women is stronger than an oath and guarded by Justice.

By Aeschylus
For the wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does; likewise the husband does not have authority over his own body, ...

By Anonymous
For what is wedlock forcèd, but a hell, An age of discord and continual strife?...

By Shakespeare
Every marriage tends to consist of an aristocrat and a peasant. Of a teacher and a learner.

By John Updike
Every married man is in danger of being cuckolded. Cuckoldry is naturally one of the prerogatives of marriage.

By François Rabelais
Every one knows about the young man who falls in love with the chorus-girl because she can kick his hat off, and his sister's friends can't or...

By Katharine Fullerton Gerould
Every relationship that does not raise us up pulls us down, and vice versa; this is why men usually sink down somewhat when they take wives wh...

By Friedrich Nietzsche
Every time a woman makes herself laugh at her husband's often-told jokes she betrays him. The man who looks at his woman and says 'What would ...

By Germaine Greer
Except for poverty, incompatibility, opposition of parents, absence of love on one side and of desire to marry on both, nothing stands in the ...

By Cyril Connolly
Experience, though noon auctoritee Were in this world, were right ynogh to me To speke of wo that is in mariage.

By Geoffrey Chaucer
First, are you our sort of a person? Do you wear...

By Sylvia Plath
For a man wins nothing better than a good wife, and then again nothing deadlier than a bad one.

By Hesiod
Don Pedro. Will you have me, lady? Beatrice. No, my lord, unless I might have another for working-days: your grace is too costly to wear ...

By Shakespeare
Don't lock me in wedlock, I want marriage, an encounter....

By Denise Levertov
Dwell I but in the suburbs Of your good pleasure? If it be no more, Portia is Brutus' harlot, not his wife.

By Shakespeare
Each coming together of man and wife, even if they have been mated for many years, should be a fresh adventure; each winning should necessitat...

By Marie Carmichael Stopes
Either marriage is a destiny, I believe, or there is no sense in it at all, it's a piece of humbug.

By Max Frisch
Deceive not thyself by over-expecting happiness in the married estate.... Remember the nightingales which sing only some months in the spring,...

By Thomas Fuller
Do not be in a hurry; depend upon it, the right Man will come at last; you will in the course of the next two or three years,...

By Jane Austen
Do thou but close our hands with holy words, Then love-devouring death do what he dare, It is enough I may but call her mine.

By Shakespeare
Dogs should not chase chickens, and men should not fight with their wives.

By Anonymous
Don Pedro. But when shall we set the savage bull's horns on the sensible Benedick's head? Claudio. Yes, and text underneath, 'Here dwells...

By Shakespeare
Choice of you shuts up that peacock-fan The future was, in which temptingly spread All that elaborative nature can.

By Philip Larkin
Come away! For you shall hence upon your wedding day.

By Shakespeare
Consider the number of young people all over the world who are getting married, day in and day out, for no other reason than that someone of t...

By Robert Benchley
Counsel men to discipline their children, but not to divorce their wives.

By Anonymous
But I do think it is their husbands' faults If wives do fall.

By Shakespeare
But that I love the gentle Desdemona, I would not my unhousèd free condition...

By Shakespeare
Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years. That is what make...

By Simone Signoret
Be subject to one another out of reverence for Christ. Wives, be subject to your husbands as you are to the Lord. For the husband is the head ...

By Anonymous
Black and stiff, but not a bad fit. Will you marry it?

By Sylvia Plath
Bring a wife home to your house when you are of the right age, not far short of 30 years, nor much above; this is the right time for marriage.

By Hesiod
But from the beginning of creation, 'God made them male and female.' 'For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to...

By Anonymous
As easy mayst thou fall A drop of water in the breaking gulf,...

By Shakespeare
At fourteen I married My Lord you.

By Li Po
At the next town the local princess was having a contest....

By Anne Sexton
Aye, a wife's a handy thing, and I wish mine were still alive.

By David Lean
Bachelors have consciences. Married men have wives.

By H.L. Mencken
Basil: Are you married? Zorba: Am I not a man? And is not a man stupid? I'm a man. So I married. Wife, children, house, everything. The f...

By Michael Cacoyannis
and wife or husband who does not lock the door of the marriage...

By Denise Levertov
Anna: I'm getting married. Stephen: Oh. Who to? Anna: William. Stephen: Ah. Have you told him?

By Harold Pinter
Any intelligent woman who reads the marriage contract and then goes into it, deserves all the consequences.

By Isadora Duncan
As the husband is, the wife is: thou art mated with a clown,

By Alfred Tennyson
As the ox hath his bow, sir, the horse his curb, and the falcon her bells, so man hath his desires; and as pigeons...

By Shakespeare
As unmarried business women we must constantly use our opportunities in business in such a way that we are prepared for the marriage which may...

By Hortense Odlum
And may it be that you have quite forgot A husband's office? Shall, Antipholus, Even in the spring of love, thy love-springs rot?

By Shakespeare
And so, standing before the aforesaid officiator, the two swore that at every other time of their lives till death took them, they would assur...

By Thomas Hardy
And thus Snow White became the prince's bride. The wicked queen was invited to the wedding feast...

By Anne Sexton
And to your more bewitching, see the proud, Plump bed bear up, and swelling like a cloud,...

By Robert Herrick
Anything is to be preferred or endured rather than marrying without affection.

By Jane Austen
Are we not also married to conscience which we would love to get rid of often enough since it is more bothersome than a man or a woman ever co...

By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Arnold Bennett says that the horror of marriage lies in its 'dailiness.' All acuteness of relationship is rubbed away by this. The truth is mo...

By Virginia Woolf
Almost all marriages are only concubinages, liaisons, or rather provisional attempts, remote approximations of real marriage. The true nature ...

By Friedrich Von Schlegel
Almost two months married.... A better wife I never hoped to have.... She bears with my 'innocent peculiarities' so kindly, so lovingly.... Le...

By Rutherford Birchard Hayes
And bigamy, sir, is a crime.'

By Edward Lear
A man will teach his wife what is needed to arouse his desires. And there is no reason for a woman to know any more than what her husband is p...

By Barbara Cartland
A man with a virtuous wife will have few troubles.

By Anonymous
A man would always wish to give a woman a better home than the one he takes her from; and he who can do it, where there is no doubt of her reg...

By Jane Austen
A young man married is a man that's marred.

By Shakespeare
Actually being married seemed so crowded with unspoken rules and odd secrets and unfathomable responsibilities that it had no more occurred to...

By Anna Quindlen
After I was married a year I remembered things like radio stations and forgot my husband.

By P. J. Wolfson
After marriage, a woman's sight becomes so keen that she can see right through her husband without looking at him, and a man's so dull that he...

By Helen Rowland
After the first couple of months, she and Charlie didn't see much of each other except at breakfast. It was a marriage just like any other mar...

By Orson Welles
Alack-o-day, replied the corporal ... your honour knows I have neither wife or child—I can have no sorrows in this world.

By Laurence Sterne
All married couples should learn the art of battle as they should learn the art of making love. Good battle is objective and honest—never vi...

By Ann Landers
A fellow almost damned in a fair wife.

By Shakespeare
A fiancé is neither this nor that: he's left one shore, but not yet reached the other.

By Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
A friend of mine spoke of books that are dedicated like this: 'To my wife, by whose helpful criticism ...' and so on. He said the dedication s...

By Brenda Ueland
A good businessman never makes a contract unless he's sure he can carry it through, yet every fool on earth is perfectly willing to sign a mar...

By Dalton Trumbo
A good marriage ... is a sweet association in life: full of constancy, trust, and an infinite number of useful and solid services and mutual o...

By Michel de Montaigne
A grown man needs a wife; a grown woman, a husband.

By Anonymous
A happy marriage perhaps represents the ideal of human relationship—a setting in which each partner, while acknowledging the need of the oth...

By Anthony Storr
A little weeping, a little wheedling, a little self-degradation, a little careful use of our advantages, and then some man will say—'Come, b...

By Olive Schreiner
A marriage based on full confidence, based on complete and unqualified frankness on both sides; they are not keeping anything back; there's no...

By Henrik Ibsen
A strange effect of marriage, such as the nineteenth century has made it! The boredom of married life inevitably destroys love, when love has ...

By Stendhal
... we are not dreamers or fanatics; and we know that the ballot when we get it, will achieve for woman no more than it has achieved for man.....

By Laura Bullard
...husbands should love their wives as they do their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself.

By Anonymous
[F]or vanity disappointed will always find an enemy on whom to bestow the utmost hatred and dislike; and the woman who hath been thus entangle...

By Sarah Fielding
[F]or women, like tradesmen, draw in the injudicious to buy their goods by the high value they themselves set upon them.... They endeavor stro...

By Sarah Fielding
[He said] 'Mary, don't be a fool, nobody's asked you to speak publicly in seventy years and they're not going to start now.'

By Mary Boyda
A clever wife often sleeps with a stupid husband.

By Anonymous
A contract for better for worse is a contract that should not be tolerated.

By George Bernard Shaw
...it is better to marry than to be aflame with passion.

By Anonymous
...those who marry will experience distress in this life, and I would spare you that.

By Anonymous
'Marriage': this I call the will that moves two to create the one which is more than those who created it.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
Some people say Liz and I are whores, but we are saints. We do not hide our loves hypocritically, and when in love, we are loyal and faithful to our men. On the subject of her multiple marriages

By Ava Gardner
Some pray to marry the man they love, my prayer will somewhat vary; I humbly pray to Heaven above that I love the man I marry.

By Rose Pastor Stokes
Strike an average between what a woman thinks of her husband a month before she marries him and what she thinks of him a year afterward, and you will have the truth about him. Marriage

By H. L. Mencken
Strike an average between what a woman thinks of her husband a month before she marries him and what she thinks of him a year afterward, and you will have the truth about him.

By H. L. Mencken
The aura of the theocratic death penalty for adultery still clings to America, even outside New England, and multiple divorce, which looks to the European like serial polygamy, is the moral solution to the problem of the itch. Love comes into it too, of course, but in Europe we tend to see marital love as an eternity which encompasses hate and also indifference: when we promise to love we really mean that we promise to honor a contract. Americans, seeming to take marriage with not enough seriousness, are really taking love and sex with too much.

By Anthony Burgess
The best friend is likely to acquire the best wife, because a good marriage is based on the talent for friendship.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
The best way to get husbands to do something is to suggest that perhaps they are too old to do it.

By Shirley Maclaine
The betrothed and accepted lover has lost the wildest charms of his maiden by her acceptance. She was heaven while he pursued her, but she cannot be heaven if she stoops to one such as he!

By Ralph Waldo Emerson
The calmest husbands make the stormiest wives.

By English Proverb
The clog of all pleasure, the luggage of life, is the best can be said for a very good wife.

By Earl Rochester
The day you marry, it is either kill or cure.

By Proverb
The fact is that my wife if she had common sense would have more power over me than any other whatsoever, for my heart always alights upon the nearest perch.

By Lord (George Gordon) Byron
The majority of husbands remind me of an orangutan trying to play the violin. Marriage

By Honore De Balzac
The most happy marriage I can imagine to myselfwould be the union of a deaf man to a blind woman.

By Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The only thing that holds a marriage together is the husband being big enough to keep his mouth shut, to step back and see where his wife is wrong.

By Archie Bunker
The road to success is filled with women pushing their husbands along.

By Lord Thomas Dewar
The secret to a happy marriage is to tell your spouse everything, but the essentials.

By Cynthia Nelms
The true index of a man's character is the health of his wife.

By Cyril Connolly
A woman must be a genius to create a good husband.

By Honore de Balzac
After seven years of marriage, I'm sure of two things -- first, never wallpaper together, and second, you'll need two bathrooms.. both for her. The rest is a mystery, but a mystery I love to be involved in.

By Dennis Miller
All tragedies are finished by a death, All comedies are ended by a marriage; The future states of both are left to faith, For authors fear description might disparage The worlds to come of both. . . .

By Lord (George Gordon) Byron
Always get married in the morning. That way if it doesn't work out, you haven't wasted the whole day.

By Mickey Rooney
An early-rising man... a good spouse but a bad husband.

By Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Bachelors know more about women than married men; if they didn't they'd be married too. Marriage

By H. L. Mencken
Before marriage, a man will go home and lie awake all night thinking about something you said; after marriage, he'll go to sleep before you finish saying it.

By Helen Rowland
Bride. A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her.

By Ambrose Bierce
Bride: A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her. Marriage

By Ambrose Bierce
By our Heavenly Father and only because of God, only because of God. We're like other couples. We do not get along perfectly; we do not go without arguments and, as I call them, fights, and heartache and pain and hurting each other. But a marriage is three of us.

By Barbara Mandrell
Can you support the expense of a husband, hussy, in gaming, drinking and whoring? Have you money enough to carry on the daily quarrels of man and wife about who shall squander most?

By John Gay
Choose a wife by your ear than your eye.

By Thomas Fuller
Come live with me, and be my love, and we will all the pleasures prove.

By Christopher Marlowe
Constancy has nothing virtuous in itself, independently of the pleasure it confers, and partakes of the temporizing spirit of vice in proportion as it endures tamely moral defects of magnitude in the object of its indiscreet choice.

By Percy Bysshe Shelley
Constancy... that small change of love, which people exact so rigidly, receive in such counterfeit coin, and repay in baser metal.

By Lord (George Gordon) Byron
Courtship to marriage, as a very witty prologue to a very dull play.

By William Congreve
Do not choose your wife at a dance, but in the field among the harvesters.

By Proverb
Do you think your mother and I should have lived comfortably so long together, if ever we had been married? Baggage!

By John Gay
Each coming together of man and wife, even if they have been mated for many years, should be a fresh adventure; each winning should necessitate a fresh wooing.

By Marie Carmichael Stopes
Except for poverty, incompatibility, opposition of parents, absence of love on one side and of desire to marry on both, nothing stands in the way of our happy union.

By Cyril Connolly
Faithfulness and sincerity are the highest things.

By Confucius
Fidelity. A virtue peculiar to those who are about to be betrayed.

By Ambrose Bierce
For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven. Matthew 22:30

By Bible
If you are really Master of your Fate, it shouldn't make any difference to you whether Cleopatra or the Bearded Lady is your mate.

By Ogden Nash
If you want to know about a man you can find out an awful lot by looking at who he married.

By Kirk Douglas
If you wish to marry suitably, marry your equal.

By Ovid
In the old days, one married a wife; now one forms a company with a female partner, or moves in to live with a friend. And then one seduces the partner, or defiles the friend.

By J. August Strindberg
Is not marriage an open question, when it is alleged, from the beginning of the world, that such as are in the institution wish to get out, and such as are out wish to get in?

By Ralph Waldo Emerson
It destroys one's nerve to be amiable every day to the same human being.

By Benjamin Disraeli
It destroys one's nerves to be amiable every day to the same human being. Marriage

By Benjamin Disraeli
It is a woman's business to get married as soon as possible, and a man's to keep unmarried as long as he can.

By George Bernard Shaw
It is not from reason and prudence that people marry, but from inclination.

By Samuel Johnson
It's a funny thing that when a man hasn't anything on earth to worry about, he goes off and gets married. Marriage

By Robert Frost
It's a sad house where the hen crows louder than the cock.

By Scottish Proverb
It's my old girl that advises. She has the head. But I never own to it before her. Discipline must be maintained.

By Charles Dickens
Let the wife make the husband glad to come home, and let him make her sorry to see him leave.

By Martin Luther
Love: A temporary insanity curable by marriage. Marriage

By Ambrose Bierce
Marriage has for women many equivalents of joining a mass movement. It offers them a new purpose in life, a new future and a new identity (a new name). The boredom of spinsters and of women who can no longer find joy and fulfillment in marriage stems from an awareness of a barren, spoiled life. By embracing a holy cause and dedicating their energies and substance to its advancement, they find a new life full of purpose and meaning.

By Eric Hoffer
Marriage is a feast where the grace is sometimes better than the dinner. Marriage

By Charles Caleb Colton
Marriage is a mistake every man should make.

By George Jessel
Marriage is an adventure, like going to war. Marriage

By Gilbert K. Chesterton
Marriage is an alliance entered into by a man who can't sleep with the window shut, and a woman who can't sleep with the window open. Marriage

By George Bernard Shaw
Marriage is an alliance entered into by a man who cannot sleep with window shut, and a woman who cannot sleep with the window open.

By Ogden Nash
Marriage is like a besieged castle; those who are on the outside wish to get in; and those who are on the inside wish to get out.

By Arabic Proverb
Marriage is one long conversation, checkered by disputes.

By Robert Louis Stevenson
Marriage is the miracle that transforms a kiss from a pleasure into a duty.

By Helen Rowland
Marriage is the sunset of love.

By Proverb
Marriage should be a duet -- when one sings, the other claps. Joe Murray The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him.

By Henry Lewis Stimson
Marriage was all a woman's idea and for man's acceptance of the pretty yoke, it becomes us to be grateful.

By Phyllis Mcginley
Marriage, a market which has nothing free but the entrance. Marriage

By Michel de Montaigne
Marriage, n: the state or condition of a community consisting of a master, a mistress, and two slaves, making in all, two. Marriage

By Ambrose Bierce
Marry a mountain girl and you marry the whole mountain.

By Proverb
Marrying a man is like buying something you've been admiring for a long time in a shop window. You may love it when you get it home, but it doesn't always go with everything else in the house.

By Jean Kerr
Matrimony is the high sea for which no compass has yet to be invented.

By Heinrich Heine
Men have a much better time of it than women. For one thing, they marry later; for another thing, they die earlier. Marriage

By H. L. Mencken
My true-love hath my heart, and I have his, By just exchange, one for the other given: I hold his dear, and mine he cannot miss, There never was a better bargain driven.

By Sir Philip Sidney
My wife isn't married to me forever; she's married to me for good. That keeps me on my toes.

By Mal Pancoast
Naggers always know what they are doing. They weigh up the risks, then they go on and on and on until they get what they want or until they get punched.

By Jools Holland
Nagging is the repetition of unpalatable truths.

By Edith Summerskill
Never get married in college; it's hard to get a start if a prospective employer finds you've already made one mistake. Marriage

By Elbert Hubbard
Never join with your friend when he abuses his horse or his wife, unless the one is to be sold and the other to be buried.

By Charles Caleb Colton
Never marry a man who hates his mother, because he'll end up hating you.

By Jill Bennett
Never marry for money. Ye'll borrow it cheaper.

By Scottish Proverb
No man is regular in his attendance at the House of Commons until he is married. Marriage

By Benjamin Disraeli
No married man is genuinely happy if he has to drink worse whisky than he used to drink when he was single. Marriage

By H. L. Mencken
No sooner met but they looked; no sooner looked but they loved; no sooner loved but they sighed; no sooner sighed but they asked one another the reason; no sooner knew the reason but they sought the remedy; and in these degrees have they made a pair of stairs to marriage, which they will climb incontinent, or else be incontinent before marriage.

By William Shakespeare
Of all actions of a man's life, his marriage does least concern other people, yet of all actions of our life 'Tis most meddled with by other people.

By John Selden
One should believe in marriage as in the immortality of the soul. Marriage

By Honore De Balzac
Only as far as a man is happily married to himself is he fit for married life and family life in general.

By Novalis
Only one marriage I regret. I remember after I got that marriage license I went across from the license bureau to a bar for a drink. The bartender said, What will you have, sir? And I said, A glass of hemlock.

By Ernest Hemingway
Plant and your spouse plants with you; weed and you weed alone.

By Jean Jacques Rousseau
Quarrels are the dowry which married folk bring one another.

By Ovid
Say what you will, making marriage work is a woman's business. The institution was invented to do her homage; it was contrived for her protection. Unless she accepts it as such --as a beautiful, bountiful, but quite unequal association --the going will be hard indeed.

By Phyllis Mcginley
She'd have you spew up what you've drunk when you were out.

By Caecilius
There is a rhythm to the ending of a marriage just like the rhythm of a courtship --only backward. You try to start again but get into blaming over and over. Finally you are both worn out, exhausted, hopeless. Then lawyers are called in to pick clean the corpses. The death has occurred much earlier.

By Erica Jong
Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. Genesis 2:24

By Bible
This comes of James teaching me to think for myself, and never to hold back out of fear of what other people may think of me. It works beautifully as long as I think the same things as he does.

By George Bernard Shaw
To be sure a stepmother to a girl is a different thing to a second wife to a man!

By Elizabeth Gaskell
To keep your marriage brimming, with love in the wedding cup, whenever you're wrong, admit it; whenever you're right, shut up.

By Ogden Nash
To marry a man out of pity is folly; and, if you think you are going to influence the kind of fellow who has never had a chance, poor devil, you are profoundly mistaken. One can only influence the strong characters in life, not the weak; and it is the height of vanity to suppose that you can make an honest man of anyone.

By Margot Asquith
To suckle fools, and chronicle small beer.

By William Shakespeare
Try to take for a mate a person of your own neighborhood.

By Hesiod
Wasn't marriage, like life, unstimulating and unprofitable and somewhat empty when too well ordered and protected and guarded? Wasn't it finer, more splendid, more nourishing, when it was, like life itself, a mixture of the sordid and the magnificent; of mud and stars; of earth and flowers; of love and hate and laughter and tears and ugliness and beauty and hurt?

By Edna Ferber
We love in others what we lack in ourselves, and would be everything, but what we are.

By Richard Henry Stoddard
Wedding is destiny, and hanging likewise.

By John Heywood
Weeping bride, laughing wife, laughing bride, weeping wife.

By Proverb
When a husband is embraced without affection, there must be some reason for it.

By Hitopadesa
When a wife has a good husband it is easily seen in her face.

By Johann von Goethe
When I say we've had an ideal marriage, I'm not just talking about physical attraction, which I can imagine can wear pretty thin if it's all a couple has built on. We've had that and a whole lot more.

By Betty Ford
When the blind lead the blind, no wonder they both fall into -- matrimony.

By George Farquhar
When widows exclaim loudly against second marriages, I would always lay a wager that the man, if not the wedding day, is absolutely fixed on.

By Henry Fielding
When you see what some girls marry, you realize how they must hate to work for a living.

By Helen Rowland
When you're a married man, Samivel, you'll understand a good many things as you don't understand now; but whether it's worth while, going through so much, to learn so little, as the charity-boy said when he got to the end of the alphabet, is a matter o taste.

By Charles Dickens
Where there's marriage without love, there will be love without marriage. Marriage

By Benjamin Franklin
Who finds a wife finds a good thing, and obtains favor with the Lord.

By Bible
Why does a woman work ten years to change a man's habits and then complain that he's not the man she married?

By Barbra Streisand
Wives are young men's mistresses; companions for middle age, and old men's nurses.

By Francis Bacon
You know I won't turn over a new leaf I am so obstinate, but then I am no less obstinate in being your affectionate Husband.

By William Hogarth
A dress that zips up the back will bring a husband and wife together.

By James H. Boren
A good husband is healthy and absent.

By Japanese Proverb
A good husband makes a good wife.

By John Florio
A good marriage is at least 80 percent good luck in finding the right person at the right time. The rest is trust.

By Nanette Newman
A good marriage would be between a blind wife and a deaf husband. Marriage

By Honore De Balzac
A good wife always forgives her husband when she's wrong.

By Milton Berle
A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it.

By John Steinbeck
A little incompatibility is the spice of life, as long as he has income and she is pattable.

By Ogden Nash
A man in love is incomplete until he has married -- then he's finished.

By Zsa Zsa Gabor
A man marries to have a home, but also because he doesn't want to be bothered with sex and all that sort of thing. Marriage

By W. Somerset Maugham
A man may be a fool and not know it, but not if he is married. Marriage

By H. L. Mencken
A man stays in touch with society by means of a wife.

By Michael Lipsey
A man would prefer to come home to an unmade bed and a happy woman than to a neatly made bed and an angry woman.

By Marlene Dietrich
A princely marriage is the brilliant edition of a universal fact, and, as such, it rivets mankind.

By Walter Bagehot
Girls usually have a paper mâché face on their wedding day.

By Sidonie Gabrielle Colette
Grief walks upon the heels of pleasure; married in haste, we repent at leisure.

By William Congreve
Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance.

By Jane Austen
How can a woman be expected to be happy with a man who insists on treating her as if she were a perfectly normal human being. Marriage

By Oscar Wilde
Husbands are like fires. They go out when unattended.

By Zsa Zsa Gabor
Husbands, in the same way be considerate as you live with your wives, and treat them with respect as the weaker partner and as heirs with you of the gracious gift of life, so that nothing will hinder your prayers. 1 Peter 3:7

By Bible
Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave himself up for her. Ephesians 5:25

By Bible
I belong to Bridegrooms Anonymous. Whenever I feel like getting married, they send over a lady in a housecoat and hair curlers to burn my toast for me.

By Dick Martin
I first learned the concepts of non-violence in my marriage.

By Mahatma Gandhi
I hate to be a failure. I hate and regret the failure of my marriages. I would gladly give all my millions for just one lasting marital success.

By J. Paul Getty
I hate work. That's why I got married.

By Peg Bundy
I have great hopes that we shall love each other all our lives as much as if we had never married at all. Marriage

By Lord Byron
I have great hopes that we shall love each other all our lives as much as if we had never married at all.

By Lord (George Gordon) Byron
I have learned that only two things are necessary to keep one's wife happy. First, let her think she's having her own way. And second, let her have it. Marriage

By Lyndon B. Johnson
I married beneath me; all women do.

By Nancy Astor
I married the first man I ever kissed. When I tell this to my children they just about throw up.

By Barbara Bush
I never hate a man enough to give him his diamonds back.

By Zsa Zsa Gabor
I never knew what real happiness was until I got married and by then it was too late.

By Max Kauffman
I never married because there was no need. I have three pets at home which answer the same purpose as a husband. I have a dog which growls every morning, a parrot which swears all afternoon and a cat that comes home late at night.

By Marie Corelli
I revere the memory of Mr. F. as an estimable man and most indulgent husband, only necessary to mention Asparagus and it appeared or to hint at any little delicate thing to drink and it came like magic in a pint bottle; it was not ecstasy but it was comfort.

By Charles Dickens
I think every woman's entitled to a middle husband she can forget.

By Adela Rogers St. Johns
I think like any marriage, especially when you've had divorced parents like myself, you'd want to try even harder to make it work.

By Princess of Wales Diana
I will remember always that marriage, like life, is a journey - not a destination - and that its treasures are found not just at the end but all along the way.

By Anon.
I would rather be a beggar and single than a queen and married.

By Elizabeth I
I'm certain that most couples expect to find intimacy in marriage, but it somehow eludes them.

By Dr. James Dobson
I've been married three times -- and each time I married the right person.

By Margaret Mead
I've never yet met a man who could look after me. I don't need a husband. What I need is a wife.

By Joan Collins
If I ever marry it will be on a sudden impulse, as a man shoots himself.

By H. L. Mencken
If there is such a thing as a good marriage, it is because it resembles friendship rather than love. Marriage

By Michel de Montaigne
Marriage is like a bank account. You put it in, you take it out, you lose interest.

By Professor Irwin Corey
Whatever you may look like, marry a man your own age -- as your beauty fades, so will his eyesight.

By Phyllis
A so-called happy marriage corresponds to love as a correct poem to an improvised song.

By Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day.

By Andre Maurois
A marriage is no amusement but a solemn act, and generally a sad one.

By Queen Victoria
The world has suffered more from the ravages of ill-advised marriages than from virginity.

By Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
I am about to be married, and am of course in all the misery of a man in pursuit of happiness.

By Lord Byron
Bigamy is having one husband too many. Monogamy is the same.

By Anonymous
Marriage is popular because it combines the maximum of temptation with the maximum of opportunity.

By George Bernard Shaw
Matrimonial devotion doesn't seem to suit her notion.

By Sir William Schwenck Gilbert
Though women are angels, yet wedlock's the devil.

By George Gordon Noel Byron
The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after making love, and it must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast.

By Gabriel Garcia Marquez
A bride at her second marriage does not wear a veil. She wants to see what she is getting.

By Helen Rowland
A man's wife has more power over him than the state has.

By Anonymous
[Through it all, Dee and Davis say they have discovered the secret to a successful marriage.] You have to learn how to be married, ... You have to learn to love somebody.

By Ruby Dee
But marriage is a one long sacrifice.

By Anonymous
An undutiful daughter will prove an unmanageable wife.

By Anonymous
I prepare myself for rehearsals like I would for marriage.

By Maria Callas
An engaged woman is always more agreeable than a disengaged. She is satisfied with herself. Her cares are over, and she feels that she may exert all her powers of pleasing without suspicion. All is safe with a lady engaged; no harm can be done.

By Jane Austen
A marriage without conflicts is almost as inconceivable as a nation without crises.

By Andre Maurois
A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.

By Mignon McLaughlin
Choose your wife as you wish your children to be.

By Proverb Proverbs
Courtship is to marriage, as a very witty prologue to a very dull play

By Anonymous
For me, As You Like It is like an ancient tale, it's like the myth of human existence, really. The myth of courtship, of love and of marriage.

By Dean Gilmour
I do acknowledge that I have a daughter from a previous relationship, which ended years before my marriage. I have fully financially supported her and have made every effort to protect her privacy.

By Randy Johnson
By taking a second wife he pays the highest compliment to the first, by showing that she made him so happy as a married man, that he wishes to be so a second time.

By Samuel Johnson
His designs were strictly honorable, as the phrase is: that is, to rob a lady of her fortune by way of marriage

By Henry Fielding
How could a man ever trust in a womans judgment when he knows she chose him for a husband?

By Curt Goetz
If you want to sacrifice the admiration of many men for the criticism of one, go ahead, get married.

By Katharine Hepburn
I left Johnny after 36 years of marriage, and I stayed away from him for two years, ... I refused to visit him for two years and would not take his calls from prison.

By Victoria Gotti
I'm someone who's always looked forward to marriage. My parents being together for so long made marriage that much more important.

By Greg Kinnear
It doesn't much signify whom one marries, for one is sure to find out the next morning that it was someone else.

By Will Rogers
My whole working philosophy is that the only stable happiness for mankind is that it shall live married in blessed union to woman-kind --intimacy, physical and psychical between a man and his wife. I wish to add that my state of bliss is by no means perfect.

By Anonymous
Instead of helping his cause, Mayor Newsom has set back the same-sex marriage agenda and laid the foundation for the pro-marriage movement to once and for all win this battle to preserve traditional marriage,

By Mathew Staver
In marriage, the greater cuckold of the two is the lover

By Paul Gauguin
Men marry because they are tired; women, because they are curious; both are disappointed.

By Oscar Wilde
Love, the strongest and deepest element in all life, the harbinger of hope, of joy, of ecstasy; love, the defier of all laws, of all conventions; love, the freest, the most powerful molder of human destiny; how can such an all-compelling force be synonymous with that poor little State and Church-begotten weed, marriage?

By Anonymous
Marital Freedom: The liberty that allows a husband to do exactly that which his wife pleases.

By Source Unknown
Marriage is an institution, but who wants to live in an institution?

By Source Unknown
Marriage is distinctly and repeatedly excluded from heaven. Is this because it is thought likely to mar the general felicity?

By Samuel Butler
Marriage is good enough for the lower classes: they have facilities for desertion that are denied to us.

By George Bernard Shaw
Marriage is like a beleaguered fortress: those who are outside want to get in, and those inside want to get out

By French Proverb
Marriage is neither heaven nor hell, it is simply purgatory.

By Abraham Lincoln
Marriage is one long conversation, chequered by disputes.

By Robert Louis Stevenson
Marriage is that relation between man and woman in which the independence is equal, the dependence mutual, and the obligation reciprocal.

By Louis K. Anspacher
Not cohabitation but consensus constitutes marriage.

By Marcus Tullius Cicero
Often the difference between a successful marriage and a mediocre one consists of leaving about three or four things a day unsaid.

By Harlan Miller
She is a wife who is the soul of her husband.

By Hitopadesa Hitopadesa
That's what a man wants in a wife, mostly; he wants to make sure one fool tells him he's wise.

By George Eliot
Promiscuity is like never reading past the first page. Monogamy is like reading the same book over and over.

By Mason Cooley
Our marriage license is in the water.

By Scott Jackson
Marriage is the best state for man in general, and every man is a worst man in proportion to the level he is unfit for marriage.

By Anonymous
Marriage must be a relation either of sympathy or of conquest.

By George Eliot
marriage.

By Like I
Marriages are made in heaven and consummated on Earth.

By John Lyly
Married people should not be quick to hear what is said by either when in ill humor.

By Samuel Richardson
Maryland Democrats realize that the only institutions that anti-marriage amendments seek to protect are the political careers of the politicians who push them. Democrats in Maryland have extended an example of leadership that should be emulated by our party leaders in neighboring states.

By Eric Stern
Let a man do what he will by a single woman, the world is encouragingly apt to think Marriage a sufficient amends.

By Samuel Richardson
Like everything which is not the involuntary result of fleeting emotion but the creation of time and will, any marriage, happy or unhappy, is infinitely more interesting than any romance, however passionate.

By W. Auden
In states that Kerry had to be competitive in, he was less competitive because gay marriage was on the ballot starting with Ohio.

By Tony Quinn
It is easier to be a lover than a husband for the simple reason that it is more difficult to be witty every day than to say pretty things from time to time.

By Honore De Balzac
In our monogamous part of the world, to marry means to halve one's rights and double one's duties.

By Arthur Schopenhauer
If more can be encouraged to participate in marriage preparation, divorces will be reduced.

By Alan Hawkins
If we repealed all the laws of the world, ... marriage would still exist.

By Tom McClintock
I'll tell you how I knew my marriage was over ââ?¬â?? I was told. I'd marry her all over again because I still love her. It would be a lot easier to walk away if I didn't.

By Nick Lachey
I have come to the conclusion never again to think of marrying, and for this reason, I can never be satisfied with anyone who would be blockhead enough to have me.

By Anonymous
I talk marriage; they talk weddings!

By Robert Capon
I definitely think marriage should be redefined.

By Linda Halsey
I don't think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing.

By Prince Philip
I guess the only way to stop divorce is to stop marriage.

By Anonymous
He who marries for money earns it.

By Yiddish Proverbs
Honeymoon lasts not nowadays above a fortnight.

By Samuel Richardson
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.

By H. L. Mencken
Both marriage and death ought to be welcome: The one promises happiness, doubtless the other assures it.

By Anonymous
Any fool can have a trophy wife. It takes a real man to have a trophy marriage.

By Diane Sollee
All marriages are happy. It's living together afterwards that is difficult.

By Source Unknown
All married couples should learn the art of battle as they should learn the art of making love

By Anonymous
Whenever a husband and wife begin to discuss their marriage they are giving evidence at a coroner's inquest.

By H. L. Mencken
When the doors of perception are cleansed, man will see things as they truly are, infinite.

By Anonymous
When two people are under the influence of the most violent, most insane, most delusive, and most transient of passions, they are required to swear that they will remain in that excited, abnormal, and exhausting condition continuously until death do them part.

By George Bernard Shaw
What is virtue but the Trade Unionism of the married?

By George Bernard Shaw
We're here to offer a public witness against a state-mandated undermining of the institution of marriage. Oct. 1 is a tragic day because it's the first day a law goes into effect that states a legislative belief that children don't need both a mom and a dad.

By Peter Wolfgang
Try praising your wife, even if it does frighten her at first.

By Billy Sunday
Two common reasons are people have a death or a marriage dissolution and they put taxes on the back burner.

By Bill Brunson
Unions in wedlock are perverted by the victory of shameless passion that masters the female among men and beasts.

By Aeschylus
To marry unequally is to suffer equally.

By Henri Frederic Amiel
Today's turn of events brings me great sadness. I had hoped to keep this marriage together.

By Donna Hanover
Those Marriages generally abound most with Love and Constancy, that are preceded by a long Courtship.

By Joseph Addison
Time turns the old days to derision, Our loves into corpses or wives; And marriage and death and division Make barren our lives

By Algernon Swinburne
This corrupt deed by state legislators will energize voters to sign the http://www.VoteYesMarriage.com petition a month from now, to protect marriage rights for one man and one woman once and for all,

By Randy Thomasson
They dream in courtship, but in wedlock wake.

By Alexander Pope
They flaunt their conjugal felicity in one's face, as if it were the most fascinating of sins.

By Oscar Wilde
They've already been married and I think many people find it degrading to pretend that their marriage doesn't exist, ... They shouldn't have to forfeit their marriage license at the Connecticut border.

By Mary Bonauto
There is no more lovely, friendly, and charming relationship, communion, or company than a good marriage.

By Martin Luther
There is no such thing as being good to your wife.

By Gertrude Stein
There would be no society if living together depended upon understanding each other.

By Eric Hoffer
There is more of good nature than of good sense at the bottom of most marriages.

By Henry David Thoreau
The world must be peopled. When I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married.

By William Shakespeare
The institution of marriage in all societies is a pattern within which the strains put by civilization on males and females alike must be resolved, a pattern within which men must learn, in return for a variety of elaborate rewards, new forms in which sexual spontaneity is still possible, and women must learn to discipline their receptivity to a thousand other considerations.

By Margaret Mead
The dread of loneliness is greater than the fear of bondage, so we get married.

By Cyril Connolly
The deep, deep peace of the double-bed after the hurly-burly of the chaise-lounge.

By Patrick Campbell
A husband is what's left of the lover after the nerve has been extracted.

By Helen Rowland
After marriage, a woman's sight becomes so keen that she can see right through her husband without looking at him, and a man's so dull that he can look right through his wife without seeing her.

By Helen Rowland
A man is in general better pleased when he has a good dinner upon his table, than when his wife talks Greek.

By Samuel Johnson
There is, hidden or flaunted, a sword between the sexes till an entire marriage reconciles them.

By C.S. Lewis
There is, indeed, nothing that so much seduces reason from vigilance, as the thought of passing life with an amiable woman.

By Samuel Johnson
Marriage. The state or condition of a community consisting of a master, a mistress and two slaves, making in all, two.

By Ambrose Bierce
Married life requires shared mystery even when all the facts are known.

By Richard Ford
One was never married, and that's his hell; another is, and that's his plague.

By Robert Burton
When a girl marries, she exchanges the attentions of all the other men of her acquaintance for the inattention of just one.

By Helen Rowland
It is obvious that all sense has gone out of modern marriage: which is, however, no objection to marriage but to modernity.

By Friedrich Nietzsche
Incompatibility. In matrimony a similarity of tastes, particularly the taste for domination.

By Ambrose Bierce
Marriage has many pains, but celibacy has no pleasures.

By Samuel Johnson
Marriage is the operation by which a woman's vanity and a man's egotism are extracted without an anaesthetic.

By Helen Rowland
Once you are married, there is nothing for you, not even suicide, but to be good.

By Robert Louis Stevenson
One fool at least in every married couple.

By Henry Fielding
COMMITMENT - Commitment is a word for far and few!

By josephcat
When you take your vows seriously marriages will last ~D. Smith

By donarie
Marriages are meant to last a lifetime, but just like our time on earth we hardly ever get there ~D. Smith

By donarie
I'll prefer a woman who would slap me when i'm wrong to the one who wouldn't speak.

By Biola_King
“It is better not to engage in a marital relationship with someone that you are not certain of his or her (level of) understanding concerning marriage among other things”

By quiksylvr
A bond of love with a ring is worth words that can be sang, when two are combined it is a choir that will sing.

By reymast1
Women are mostly desperate over relationship because they intend it to end in Marriage, while most men are only desperate to have a relationship with the right lady.

By David_Omrenya_Odey
Marriage is not 50-50, it's about two people giving 100 of themselves to one another.

By riaislove
Marriage comes in many shapes, forms, and styles. Let's give them all a chance.

By SophieMaMa