Ethel Mumford Quotes

Top 16 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ethel Mumford

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Ethel Mumford quotes: Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder. Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder.
Ethel Mumford quotes: Those who 'cursed the day they were born' must have been infant prodigies. Those who 'cursed the day they were born' must have been infant prodigies.
Ethel Mumford quotes: The self-made man is often proud of a poor job. The self-made man is often proud of a poor job.
Ethel Mumford quotes: Contentment: The smother of invention. Contentment: The smother of invention.
Ethel Mumford quotes: Economy is the thief of time. Economy is the thief of time.
Ethel Mumford quotes: The danger lies not in the big ears of little pitchers, but in the large mouths. The danger lies not in the big ears of little pitchers, but in the large mouths.
Ethel Mumford quotes: Imagination makes cowards of us all. Imagination makes cowards of us all.
Ethel Mumford quotes: Better a live doggerel than a dead sonnet. Better a live doggerel than a dead sonnet.
Ethel Mumford quotes: Life Insurance Motto - Robbing the widows early and orphan. Life Insurance Motto - Robbing the widows early and orphan.
Ethel Mumford quotes: The Doctor's Motto: Have patients. The Doctor's Motto: Have patients.
Ethel Mumford quotes: The wages of Gin is Debt. The wages of Gin is Debt.