Franklin P. Adams Quotes

Top 29 wise famous quotes and sayings by Franklin P. Adams

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Franklin P. Adams quotes: Chaos breeds life, while order breeds success. Chaos breeds life, while order breeds success.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: The best part of the fiction in many novels is the notice that the characters are imaginary. The best part of the fiction in many novels is the notice that the characters are imaginary.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Money isn't everything, but lack of money isn't anything. Money isn't everything, but lack of money isn't anything.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: We deny that it is fun to be saving. It is fun to be prodigal. Go to the butterfly, thou parsimonious sluggard; consider her ways and get wise. We deny that it is fun to be saving. It is fun to be prodigal. Go to the butterfly, thou parsimonious sluggard; consider her ways and get wise.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Accustomed as I am to public speaking, I know the futility of it. Accustomed as I am to public speaking, I know the futility of it.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: I hate the pollyanna pest who says that all is for the best. I hate the pollyanna pest who says that all is for the best.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Day after day, night after night, my life at home is far from bright, but even home has more variety, than I can find in cafe society. Day after day, night after night, my life at home is far from bright, but even home has more variety, than I can find in cafe society.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: An extravagance is something you buy which is no earthly use to your wife. An extravagance is something you buy which is no earthly use to your wife.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Every time we tell anybody to cheer up, things might be worse, we run away for fear we might be asked to specify how. Every time we tell anybody to cheer up, things might be worse, we run away for fear we might be asked to specify how.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: There is no accounting for tastes, as the woman said when someone told her her son was wanted by the police. There is no accounting for tastes, as the woman said when someone told her her son was wanted by the police.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Drinking is bad taste but tastes good. Drinking is bad taste but tastes good.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: In the order named, these are the hardest to control: Wine, Women, and Song. In the order named, these are the hardest to control: Wine, Women, and Song.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: While the work or play is on, it is a lot of fun if while you are doing one you don't constantly feel that you ought to be doing the While the work or play is on, it is a lot of fun if while you are doing one you don't constantly feel that you ought to be doing the other.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Conscience: A small, still voice that makes minority reports. Conscience: A small, still voice that makes minority reports.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Elections are won by men and women chiefly because most people vote against somebody rather than for somebody. Elections are won by men and women chiefly because most people vote against somebody rather than for somebody.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Ninety-two percent of the stuff told you in confidence you couldn't get anyone else to listen to. Ninety-two percent of the stuff told you in confidence you couldn't get anyone else to listen to.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: Seeing ourselves as others see us would probably confirm our worst suspicions about them. Seeing ourselves as others see us would probably confirm our worst suspicions about them.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: I am easily influenced. Compared with me a weather vane is Gibraltar. I am easily influenced. Compared with me a weather vane is Gibraltar.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: If a man keeps his trap shut, the world will beat a path to his door. If a man keeps his trap shut, the world will beat a path to his door.
Franklin P. Adams quotes: And of all glad words of prose or rhyme, The gladdest are Act while there yet is time And of all glad words of prose or rhyme, The gladdest are Act while there yet is time