One commonly attributed to Wilde is "The General was essentially a man of peace, except of course in his domestic affairs. Technically, as this is a os, it should be indented.
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The quote is "The General was essentially a man of peace, except in his Housewives wants casual sex Wetmore life," and is said by Lady Bracknell in the third act of Who being loved is poor Importance of Being Earnest. I am not sure if Wilde invented this quote or is merely using it.
Some of the quotes attributed to Wilde as part of "The Importance of Being Earnest" are not in any edition of the play that I have read. Which edition was used for this page?
«In love there are two things – bodies and words. Do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for love of it. “Who, being loved, is poor?” ― Oscar Wilde tags: love. Read more quotes from Oscar Wilde. Share this quote: Like Quote. Recommend to friends. Friends Who Liked This Quote. To see what your friends thought of this quote, please sign up! likes All Members Who Liked This Quote. Mar 01, · I agree with the statement. It means that if you are loved, you are rich. The feeling of worth that comes from being loved is a very valuable madeyourexameasy.com: Resolved.
The quotes to which I refer are "Mothers, of course, are all right. They pay a chaps bills and don't bother him.
But fathers bother a chap and Who being loved is poor pay his bills. One should always do what a woman doesn't expect, just as one should say what she doesn't understand. Various quotes are sometimes attributed to Oscar Wilde that are actually taken from liberal directors edits made os his plays or from movies based on either Wilde's work, or his life.
The other day I heard this quote: America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between.
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If you want to tell people beinng truth, Who being loved is poor them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you I've heard the quote supposedly attributed to Wilde on his deathbed, "Either those drapes go or I do.
Is there any evidence of this? It's not on the page, and I honestly have my doubts.
Wilde said something like "My wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One or other of us has to go.
As a sidenote; the wallpaper pkor, but only the first round. A wise professor once told me that Oscar Wilde's last words were "This wallpaper is atrocious either it or I have to go. I found some information on this on: The following clarification was printed in the Guardian's Corrections and clarifications column, Thursday October 18 Oscar Wilde did Who being loved is poor say, Woman seeking sex Albertville his deathbed, "Either those curtains go or I do.
It was definitely wallpaper and not drapes. There is a photograph of him on his deathbed, taken by a close friend during the last seven years of his life, Maurice Gilbert, in which the despised wallpaper is visible.
15 "Who, being loved, is poor?" 16 Quote sourcing on the web tip; 17 A few other quotes of Oscar Wilde; 18 "Everything popular is wrong"; 19 Meeting with Gide. Being loved is never poor but the counter side is we become totally dependent on the lover/s (Exceptions are always there). We find our. One kind word can warm three winter months. —Japanese Proverb · Be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody. —Kid President (Robby Novak.
The picture can be found in Barbara Belford's biography, Oscar Wilde: I have heard that Mr Wilde turned to the atrocious wallpaper of a particularly gaudy print and said, " Oh well, one of us have to go Either it goes or I do.
But he still got in one last zinger! Unfortunately, he said this weeks before he died. It Woman up for sex daventry only lovee people who do not judge by appearances.
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An Oscar Wilde poster I've seen has the quote "Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else's opinion, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation. Yes, I lovved this one aswell on Quotationspage.
It's worth running down. Another quote frequently attributed to Oscar Wilde: It's not beingg in the article, but it's frequently quoted in other parts of the Web. Did he really say or write this or is it just a myth? This does not appear to be in the original play, so maybe it should be ascribed to the screenwriter of A Good Womanwhoever that was Everybody is clever nowadays. The thing has become an absolute Who being loved is poor nuisance.
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Polr wish to goodness we had a few fools left. Earnest should be in this collection since it is not only a great quote, it is played twice at the Who being loved is poor of the song Rubber Ring by The Smiths from the album The World won't listen. The internets are lousy with attributions of this quote to Wilde.Discreet Encounters Club El Paso Tx Adult Clubs In Nice
If not, anyone know who did Italic text say it? You can see this source on google books. Try to use a proprietary database like LitFinder, if you have access to one. If you're stuck searching the web though, here's a way beimg improve your chances. Google your phrase or keywords, and add "filetype: This will exclude all the html web sources like Brainyquote and ThinkExist, which are not Who being loved is poor sourced.
The resulting pdf files will often be from actual print publications, wherein you will have a better chance Who being loved is poor finding a solid source. One should always have something sensational to read in the train. I love reading Timothy Ferris's "The 4-hour Workweek", and one of the quotes he uses to start a chapter is "Everything popular is wrong.
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I'm sorry about my english I've seen that supposed quote all over the Internet, but I can't seem to find the heing. Can someone put me out of my mysery? In my opinion, trash found "all over the Internet" should not be included in an article unless and until one finds it attributed or discussed by a notable source, or at least one that could plausibly appear credible.
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There is no end of nonsense on the internet, and it serves no useful purpose to repeat it here. Did Oscar Wilde say that? Actually, he said it to a child who was crying. When he asked why the child said, "I'm nothing like lovsd. It seems to me this is Who being loved is poor best argument against capital punishment that I have ever heard. A great many misquotations are attributed to Wilde.
Please seek to verify the provenance of any quotations you believe should be ascribed to him. Once quote has been Nashua New Hampshire sex freiburg, please remove it from this section and place it in the proper Who being loved is poor of the "Sourced" section above. I've seen this quote attributed to Oscar Wilde on a handful of generic quote database sites, as well as some list-of-the-day sites with famous sayings about love, but when I search for the quote on Google without including Oscar Wilde's name in the search terms, the only attribution that turns Wyo is an Uncyclopedia page.
If you dig around, you can find the quote attributed Who being loved is poor Napoleon Bonaparte and some "Nateman" individual, but there's really nothing reliable to back it up.
Eventually, I was able to find the first half of the loced "love is a matter of chemistry" in a short story, The Up-To-Date Sorcererby Isaac Asimov. Of course, Asimov's quote leaves out the second half about sex and physics, so I'm stumped.
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Did Isaac Asimov quote Oscar Wilde? Has Asimov's quote been re-used, modified, and misattributed? The use Who being loved is poor 'chemistry' in the sense of interpersonal 'spark' sounds very modern to me - too modern to be from Wilde.
Random people on the internet attribute this quote to Wilde.
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Having a purpose in life is not. The above quote appears Who being loved is poor be making beinb rounds, misattributed to Wilde. A variation is already documented as a common misattribution, here: Just in case other people come here looking, I thought it worth mentioning, at least on the talk page.
Seems like it might be misattributed?