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Consider the following axioms carefully:
"Everything's better when it sits on a Ritz."
"Everything's better with Blue Bonnet on it."
What happens if one spreads Blue Bonnet margarine on a Ritz cracker? The
thought is frightening. Is this how God came into being? Try not to
consider the fact that "Things go better with Coke".
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Consider the little mouse, how sagacious an animal
it is which never entrusts its life to one hole only.
-- Titus Maccius Plautus
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Consider the postage stamp: its usefulness consists in
the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there.
-- Josh Billings
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(1) Someone you pay to take the watch off your wrist and tell
you what time it is. (2) (For resume use) The working title
of anyone who doesn't currently hold a job. Motto: Have
Calculator, Will Travel.
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An ordinary man a long way from home.
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[From con "to defraud, dupe, swindle," or, possibly, French con
(vulgar) "a person of little merit" + sult elliptical form of
"insult."] A tipster disguised as an oracle, especially one who
has learned to decamp at high speed in spite of a large briefcase
and heavy wallet.
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Someone who'd rather climb a tree and tell a
lie than stand on the ground and tell the truth.
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Consultants are mystical people who ask a
company for a number and then give it back to them.
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Medical term meaning "to share the wealth."
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Contemporary American feminism's simplistic psychology is illustrated by
the new cliche of the date-rape furor: "`No' always means `no'." Will
we ever graduate from the Girl Scouts? "No" has always been, and always
will be, part of the dangerous alluring courtship ritual of sex and
seduction, observable even in the animal kingdom.
-- Camille Paglia, NY Times, Dec. 14 1990, Op Ed.