What those old sayings really mean

What those old sayings really mean

PARKE CUMMINGS February 2 1957
What those old sayings really mean

What those old sayings really mean

PARKE CUMMINGS February 2 1957

What those old sayings really mean

PARKE CUMMINGS

Speak of some person in his absence, and the odds are that the very next person yon encounter won't be him.

When you have a cold just take plenty of good stiff exercise, and in no time at all you'll feel a whole lot worse.

Mixing your drinks can cause you some trouble, but what can really knock you for a loop is lapping up too many of them.

One of the causes of juvenile delinquency is the behavior of some of the juveniles.

I lie habit of blowing up and letting oil steam every time you have a gripe is an excellent one—for getting fired from your job, receiving extra-still treatment from cops, anti helping your marriage to go on the rocks.

On this matter of swimming in very cold water—it's bad when you’re only part way in. but it's ) j much worse when you get entirely in.

If people would only stop and — think before they acted they’d probably do just about as many silly things as they do now.

When the phone rings for you the chances are that you won't be in the bathtub unless — and note this carefully, because I don't want any misunderstanding — unless you consistently spend more than twelve out of every twenty-four hours of your day in the bathtub.