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Doris Lilly
(1926-1991) born on
Dec 26
US journalist, writer. She was a syndicated gossip columist who wrote "How to Marry a Millionaire," 1951 which later became a move; syndicated gossip columnist, 1977-91.
         
   
F
It's intoxicating for a man to be waited on. Combine this with very, very skillful sex, and that will get them.

R
Men who wear turtlenecks look like turtles.
A
The women [who marry millionaires] usually do everything for their men. They pack for them, make their phone calls and see if their drawers look nice.
N
Millionaires are marrying their secretaries because they are so busy making money they haven't time to see other girls.
K
He demolished people . . . . You either loved him or you hated him, but there was no one remotely like him, except, maybe, Lucifer.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "The Almanac of Quotable Quotes from 1990," by Ronald D. Pasquariello, 1991.
R: In NY "Post," 18 Dec 1967.
A: In "The Almanac of Quotable Quotes from 1990," by Ronald D. Pasquariello, 1991.
N: In "Wit: Humorous Quotations from Woody Allen to Oscar Wilde," by Des MacHale, 1998.
K: On film director and old flame John Huston; in "The Almanac of Quotable Quotes from 1990," by Ronald D. Pasquariello, 1991.
   


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