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Arlene Francis Quotes & Sayings

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It is almost axiomatic that the best conversationalist is really the best listener. — Arlene Francis

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If you think back over your experiences, the chances are that you will find the finest moments in your life were those when you completely forgot yourself. — Arlene Francis

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Counterfeit charm is worse than none at all. — Arlene Francis

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Life is the best party I've ever been invited to. — Arlene Francis

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Apathy is about as near to the undertaker as you can get. — Arlene Francis

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If there's anything intolerance can't tolerate, it's ridicule! — Arlene Francis

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Self-love is so monogamous that no one is going to take the trouble to break the affair up for you. — Arlene Francis

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Frankly, I've come to feel that there are two kinds of people: those who act like thermometers and those who act like thermostats. — Arlene Francis

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It is perfectly logical and proper to recognize differences between races and colors and creeds - as long as we don't classify them as being better or worse. — Arlene Francis

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Out of sight, out of mind' applies with even greater force to entertainers than to lovers ... — Arlene Francis

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Trouble is a sieve through which we sift our acquaintances. Those too big to pass through are our friends. — Arlene Francis

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People are much more fascinated by your interests than they are by your opinions. — Arlene Francis

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There is nothing more boring than a bored person. — Arlene Francis

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Charm might be described as enlightened self-interest, a development of one's best self ... In the simplest possible terms, I think genuine charm is an unmotivated interest in others. — Arlene Francis