“The one thing a married man has to get used to is waiting for women.”
"If you don't marry him, you haven't caught him, he's caught you."
“Marriage is like a dull meal with the dessert at the beginning.”
“By the authority vested in me by Kaiser William II, I pronounce you man and wife. Proceed with the execution.”
“Everything can be temporary, except us.”
“No man's born ready for marriage. He has to be trained.”
“Marriage is a very tricky business. People have impulses, compulsions, drives towards escape, escape from loneliness. They seek their escape in the companionship of someone else and lo, just when they think they've achieved it, they find they put on their own handcuffs.”
“If you waited for a man to propose by natural causes, you’d die of old maidenhood.”
“I don’t see how a woman can marry a man with money. She’d always fear that maybe she’d married him not for what he was but for what he had.”
"A man looks mighty small at a wedding."