>THE LOST APHORISMS

>— Hug your child every day, but not someone else’s.

— If loneliness is a state of mind, then where is everybody?

— Too many hooks spoil the moth.

— Bus drivers are like fine wine. Old and bitter.

— Pride comes before “and Prejudice”.

— You can’t tell a book by its cover, unless the cover has a title on it, or some sort of explanatory illustration.

— A good aphorism should be witty, insightful and life-affirming but most of all it should have a beginning, a middle and.

—Speak your mind, but most importantly, infuriate someone.

— Give a man a fish, and he’ll live for a day, teach a man to fish and he’ll have to buy the necessary equipment, apply for a license, and check the local regulations as to whether there is a size or type limit on the fish he can catch.

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