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Lady Windermere's Fan - The Insults of Oscar Wilde

... Living at the mercy of a woman who has neither mercy nor pity in her, a woman whom it is an infamy to meet, a degradation to know, a vile woman, a woman who comes between husband and wife!
A man who moralises is usually a hyprocrite, and a woman who moralises is invariably plain.
As soon as people are old enough to know better, they don't know anything at all.
But we are positively getting elbowed into the corner. Our husbands would really forget our existence if we didn't nag at them from time to time, just to remind them that we have a perfect legal right to do so.
Cecil Graham: What is a cynic?
Lord Darlington: A man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.
Charming ball it has been! Quite reminds me of old days. And I see that there are just as many fools in society as there used to be. So pleased to find that nothing has altered!
Crying is the refuge of plain women, but the ruin of pretty ones.
Do you know, Mr. Hopper, dear Agatha and I are so much interested in Australia. It must be so pretty with all the dear little kangaroos flying about. Agatha has found it on the map. What a curious shape it is! Just like a packing case.
Egad! I might be married to her; she treats me with such demmed indifference.
Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes.
Good heavens! How marriage ruins a man! It's as demoralising as cigarettes, and far more expensive.
He's entrammelled by this woman - fascinated by her -dominated by her. If a woman wants to hold a man, she has merely to appeal to what is worst in him.
I assure you women of that kind are most useful. They form the basis of other people's marriages.
Ideals are dangerous things. Realities are better.
If a woman really repents, she has to go to a bad dressmaker, otherwise no one believes in her.
If a woman wants to hold a man, she has merely to appeal to the worst in him.
If you pretend to be good, the world takes you very seriously. If you pretend to be bad, it doesn't. Such is the astounding stupidity of optimism.
It is absurd to divide people into good or bad. People are either charming or tedious.
It takes a thoroughly good woman to do a thoroughly stupid thing.
It's a curious thing. . . about the game of marriage - a game, by the way, that is going out of fashion - the wives hold all the honours, and invariably lose the odd trick.
It's most dangerous nowadays for a husband to pay any attention to his wife in public. It always makes people think that he beats her when they're alone.
Lady Plymdale: Who is that well-dressed woman talking to Windermere?
Dumby: Haven't got the slightest idea! Looks like an edition de luxe of a wicked French novel, meant specially for the English market.
London is full of women who trust their husbands. One can always recognise them. They look so thoroughly unhappy.
London is too full of fogs and... serious people... Whether the fogs produce the serious people or whether the serious people produce the fogs, I don't know...
Manners before morals!
Many a woman has a past, but I am told that she has at least a dozen, and that they all fit.
Men become old, but they never become good.
My dear Margaret, what a handsome woman your husband has been dancing with! I should be quite jealous if I were you! Is she a great friend of yours?
My experience is that as soon as people are old enough to know better, they don't know anything at all.
Now, Tuppy, you've lost your figure and you've lost your character. Don't lose your temper; you have only got one.
Oh! Wicked women bother one. Good women bore one. That is the difference between them.
The youth of the present day are quite monstrous. They have absolutely no respect for dyed hair.
There is nothing in the whole world so unbecoming to a woman as a Nonconformist conscience.
There is the same world for all of us, and good and evil, sin and innocence, go through it hand in hand.
There's nothing in the world like the devotion of a married woman. It's a thing no married man knows anything about.
These straw-coloured women have dreadful tempers.
To Australia? Oh, don't mention that dreadful vulgar place.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
What a pity that in life we only get our lessons when they are of no use to us!
Whenever people agree with me, I always feel I must be wrong.
With a proper background women can do anything.
You talk as if you had a heart. Women like you have no hearts. Heart is not in you. You are bought and sold.

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