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The Frictionary # 896

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8496. Each moment is a place you've never been. (Mark Strand)

8497. A Phone is used for everything, except taking on the phone. (Stéphane Laporte)

8498. One is tempted to say that the most human plants, after all, are the weeds. (John Burroughs)

8499. We must distrust poets. They have the reputation of guessing right. (Jean Pellerin)

8500. The world is a globe - the farther you sail. the closer to home you are. (Terry Pratchett)

8501. Women are like Spanish houses which have many doors and few windows. It is easier to penetrate them than to see in them. (Jean Paul Richter)

8502. I am not a vegetarian, but I eat animals who are. (Groucho Marx)

8503. Life is a river, more or less long, with its share of impurities, that will flow in the sea of eternity. (Réjean Lévesque)

8504. You only live once? False. You live every day, you only die once. (?)

8505. Some days are meant to be counted, others are meant to be weighed. (Elizabeth Gilbert)

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