Summary: 1- Fear not 2- Withhold not

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INTRO.- More American proverbs, sayings, or quips and quotes.

- Honeymoon: the period between “I do” and “you’d better.”

- Marriage begins when you sink in his arms and ends with your arms in the sink.

- It takes two to make a marriage – a single girl and an anxious mother.

- The greatest undeveloped territory in the world lies under your hat.

- Love your neighbor but don’t pull down your hedge.

- If you look like your driver’s license photo, you’re too ill to drive.

- When somebody says, “It’s only money,” it usually isn’t his money.

- You might as well laugh as yourself once in a while, everybody else does.

- A successful man keeps on looking for work after he has found a job.

- The temptation to say an unkind word should first be rehearsed to see how it sounds when addressed to you.

- Church is where you go to find out what your neighbors should do to lead better lives.

- The fellow who coined the phrase, “What goes up must come down,” certainly didn’t have prices in mind.

- Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain – and most do.

- A leading authority is anyone who has guessed right more than once.

- The toughest part of dieting isn’t watching what you eat. It’s watching what your friends eat.

- Those who think the competitive spirit is dead ought to watch the customers in a supermarket when a cashier opens a new checkout lane.

- A laugh is a smile that bursts.

- A prune is a plum with experience.

- A good neighbor is someone who lets his grass grow as high as yours.

- The really tough thing about humility is that you can’t brag about it.

- The best time capsules are our children.

- The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time.

- Habits are first cobwebs, then cables.

- Arriving 15 minutes early does nothing but guarantee a 30-minute wait.

- Anyone who’s always raising the roof usually doesn’t have much in the attic.

- There’s no limit to what the boss can do if he puts someone else’s mind to it.

- Knowledge has never been known to enter the head via the open mouth.

- To teach is to learn twice.

- Barbara Bush once said comparing herself to her predecessor: “Nancy Reagan adores her husband. I adore mine. She fights drugs. I fight illiteracy. She wears a size 3. So is my leg.”

- Nothing makes a person more productive than the last minute.

- Man can learn a lot from fishing. When the fish are biting no problem in the world is big enough to be remembered.

- Anyone is who is plugged into current events is bound to be shocked.

- Many convictions are usually family hand-me-downs.

- Football builds self-discipline. What else would induce a spectator to sit out in the open in subfreezing weather?

- Recession is when the man next door to you loses his job. Depression is when you lose your job. Panic is when your wife loses her job.

- Some men play a fair game of golf. That is, if you watch them closely.

- A 1940 class reunion has the same old faces but a lot of new teeth.

- Most of us have experienced an energy crisis for many years - we can’t get going in the morning.

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