Quotes from Worth The Fall

Mara Jacobs ·  240 pages

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“Ice hockey is a form of disorderly conduct in which the score is kept. ~ Doug Larson”
― Mara Jacobs, quote from Worth The Fall

“A Freudian slip is when you say one thing but mean your mother. ~ Author Unknown”
― Mara Jacobs, quote from Worth The Fall

“went to a fight the other night and a hockey game broke out. ~ Rodney Dangerfield”
― Mara Jacobs, quote from Worth The Fall

“I don’t sing because I am happy; I am happy because I sing. ~ William James”
― Mara Jacobs, quote from Worth The Fall

“Hockey players wear numbers because you can’t always identify the body with dental records. ~ Anonymous”
― Mara Jacobs, quote from Worth The Fall

“If you never change your mind, why have one? ~ Edward de Bono”
― Mara Jacobs, quote from Worth The Fall

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Mara Jacobs
Born place: The United States
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