Publisher Description

A man thinks that by marrying a woman he proves he loves her, and that therefore nothing more need ever be said about it. The average man looks on matrimony as a hitching post where he can tie a woman and leave her until he comes home nights. There is nothing so uninteresting to a a man as a contentedly married woman. A man's sweethearts are like his cigars; he has many of each of them, loves each one as tenderly as the preceding, and appreciates each according to its expensiveness.

GENRE
Humour
RELEASED
1876
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
60
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
61.6
KB

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