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“My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw. All I am I owe to my mother. I attribute all my success in life to the moral, intellectual and physical education I received from her. Wait… where do these feelings come from? Why do I think so highly of my mother? Is it possible that I was sexually abused as a child and therefore emotionally compensate by suppressing those memories with grandeur delusions of love and loyalty? I feel so frightened. So very frightened…”

- George Washington

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"No taxation without representation and certainly no fornication without autoerotic asphyxiation.” 

- Popular phrase coined by James Otis, Jr.

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"Men… must have corrupted nature a little, for they were not born wolves, and they have become wolves. Plus, they can’t dance, they have terrible fashion sense AND they can’t keep it in their pants!

- Voltaire in his novella, Candide

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benjamin franklin

“We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid. So don’t be a dumbass and read your Perez Hamilton, kids.

- Benjamin Franklin

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"Lord, stamp eternity on my eyeballs. @#$%^&*, owww!!! Dayum, Lord, I wasn’t serious!!!!! This is so NOT cool.

- Jonathan Edwards, Christian preacher and theologian

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“History is nothing more than a tableau of awesomeness, sex, scandal, crimes and misfortunes.”

- Voltaire

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"It is never too late to be wisecrackin’ jokes about yo mama.” 

- Daniel Defoe in his book, Robinson Crusoe

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mary chudleigh

"Wife and servant are the same, but only differ in the Name. So no, I won’t make you a God d*mn sandwich.”

- Lady Mary Chudleigh in her poem The Ladies Defense

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increase mather

"It were better that Ten Suspected Witches should escape, than that one Innocent Person should be Condemned.”

- Increase Mather, influential Puritan minister

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"They which lie, must go to their father, the devil, into everlasting burning; they which never pray, God will pour out his wrath upon them; and … God will not forgive them unless they’re super duper sorry.”

- Cotton Mather, Harvard graduate and influential Puritan minister