Erma Bombeck Quotes About Rage

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"Laughter rises out of tragedy when you need it the most, and rewards you for your courage." ~ Erma Bombeck
"In all honesty, men changed a few rules when they became what was referred to as househusbands. Bill didn't make beds, cook, dust, do laundry, windows or floors, or give birth. What he did do was pay bills, call people to fix the plumbing, handle the investments and taxes, volunteer big time, take papers to the garage, change license plates, get the cars serviced, and pick up the cleaning. If women had had that kind of schedule, who knows, we'd probably still be in the home." ~ Erma Bombeck
"There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt." ~ Erma Bombeck
"All of us have moments in out lives that test our courage. Taking children into a house with a white carpet is one of them." ~ Erma Bombeck
"I come from a home where gravy is a beverage." ~ Erma Bombeck
"In Russia, as I sat there day after day wearing headphones, listening to the interpreter struggle to make our words relevant, I wondered if we could establish meaningful rapport with a nation that had never seen raisins dance in dark glasses on TV...never had a garage sale." ~ Erma Bombeck
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Maybe I should quit the business. There's no one left for me to love. Mama's dead. Mr. Burns couldn't care less about me. What's left?"
Author: Bobby Darin

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