Top 65 Marry Quotes

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“I don’t marry myself to one belief system.”

― Amanda de Cadenet

“The man that I married is the man I knew I was going to marry on the third date.”

― Ann-Margret

“I’m not going to marry a third time. It is just not necessary.”

― Anne Robinson

“If you are afraid of loneliness, do not marry.”

― Anton Chekhov

“In our monogamous part of the world, to marry means to halve one’s rights and double one’s duties.”

― Arthur Schopenhauer

“You have no idea of the people I didn’t marry.”

― Artie Shaw

“Girls marry for love. Boys marry because of a chronic irritation that causes them to gravitate in the direction of objects with certain curvilinear properties.”

― Ashley Montagu

“I had a premonition when I was nine that I’d marry Leonardo DiCaprio.”

― Blake Lively

“Despite my divorces, I still believe in marriage, and I have believed in all my marriages, although maybe not the one with Sylvester Stallone, as I was really pressured to marry him.”

― Brigitte Nielsen

“In Denmark, when you marry, whether you have $1 million or just $10, you share it.”

― Brigitte Nielsen

“Lots of girls marry at 16 in Tennessee.”

― Carlene Carter

“Who would marry me anyway? I’m a handful.”

― Chelsea Handler

“I want to marry and have kids. The things we all want.”

― David Zinczenko

“Nicki Minaj, will you marry me?”

― DJ Khaled

“Never marry for money; you can borrow it cheaper.”

― Edward Albee

“That’s my advice for indie filmmakers: Marry a supermodel.”

― Edward Burns

“I think I did marry a marvelous man.”

― Elizabeth Edwards

“Things really began to move for us. In 1953 I could afford to marry Doreen.”

― Ernie Wise

“I’d always felt a man should marry later in life.”

― Frank Langella

“Of course I’m going to marry, but I don’t know when.”

― Freida Pinto

“I have to admit, if Oprah were a man, I would marry her.”

― Gayle King

“It is most unwise for people in love to marry.”

― George Bernard Shaw

“I don’t date rock ‘n’ rollers. I just marry them.”

― Heather Locklear

“To marry unequally is to suffer equally.”

― Henri Frederic Amiel

“Advice to persons about to marry – don’t.”

― Henry Mayhew

“I love Rihanna, but I’m not gonna marry Rihanna.”

― J Balvin

“To marry the Irish is to look for poverty.”

― J. P. Donleavy

“There is not one in a hundred of either sex who is not taken in when they marry.”

― Jane Austen

“I’m a romantic; you have to be to marry four times.”

― Jay McInerney

“My advice to American filmmakers is to marry a European. I’m not kidding. Otherwise they don’t qualify for international co-production treaties.”

― Jeremy Thomas

“At 16, every boyfriend I had I was going to marry.”

― Jessica Simpson

“My overall artistic goal is to marry graphic design with comic books and traditional storytelling.”

― Jonathan Hickman

“When it comes to letting people marry whomever they love, Mitt Romney says, ‘No.’”

― Julian Castro

“My mother converted to Catholicism to marry my father.”

― Julian Fellowes

“On December 24, 2016, I called and told Ginni that I wanted to marry her. My mother has always been fond of her.”

― Kapil Sharma

“I can never marry an obese guy.”

― Karishma Tanna

“Social distinctions concern themselves ultimately with whom you may and may not marry.”

― Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould

“Most people wouldn’t want to marry a politician.”

― Ken Livingstone

“I would marry TiVo if President Bush would allow it.”

― Kevin Weisman

“It’s very difficult to marry into another civilization.”

― Leslie Caron

“Don’t marry the first person that proposes to you!”

― Lynda Carter

“I don’t want to marry again. I did that.”

― Lynn Redgrave

“Don’t marry a man to reform him – that’s what reform schools are for.”

― Mae West

“If none were to Marry, but Men of strict Vertue and Honour, I doubt the World would be but thinly peopled.”

― Mary Astell

“One has to be able to count if only so that at fifty one doesn’t marry a girl of twenty.”

― Maxim Gorky

“The graphic novel is a great form that can be used to marry the book format with the movie.”

― Melvin Van Peebles

“Government shouldn’t tell you whom to marry.”

― Michael Bloomberg

“To marry a fool is to be no fool.”

― Moliere

“I decided after my last divorce to marry myself.”

― Nell Carter

“There is nothing so difficult to marry as a large nose.”

― Oscar Wilde

“I used to fantasize that Paul McCartney would marry my sister.”

― Ozzy Osbourne

“It’s a constant thing we do in life… I marry someone or have kids; these are the evolutions of life that we go on. There are constant shifts.”

― Percelle Ascott

“Bill Clinton had to propose to Hillary Rodham several times before she agreed to marry him and move to Arkansas.”

― Rebecca Traister

“I don’t want to marry anybody, but I certainly wouldn’t want to marry a bad novelist.”

― Ruth Rendell

“Why should I marry? One marries to have children, but I already have children! My nieces and nephews are my children.”

― Salman Khan

“You can date whoever you want, but you should marry the nerds and the good guys.”

― Sheryl Sandberg

“When I teach people, I marry them.”

― Sylvia Ashton-Warner

“One girl subjected to FGM or forces to marry is one girl too many.”

― Theresa May

“There’s a difference… between the kind of woman you would bang and the kind of woman you would marry.”

― Tom Leykis

“I always assumed I’d marry a black woman.”

― Trip Lee

“I don’t marry bandmates just to go marrying bandmates.”

― Valerie June

“It used to be you wanted to marry up.”

― Victoria Principal

“Most people marry their mother. I married my father.”

― Wayne Gretzky

“To marry is to get a binocular view of life.”

― William Inge

“If I were obliged to marry all those with whom I have jested, I should have at least two hundred wives.”

― Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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