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Quotes & Sayings About Mah Jongg

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Mah Jongg Quotes By Mary Anne Puleio

Spread the gift. Teach someone to play Mah Jongg! — Mary Anne Puleio

Mah Jongg Quotes By Mary Anne Puleio

Is there room in that Mah Jongg game for me too?! — Mary Anne Puleio

Mah Jongg Quotes By Elaine Sandberg

In American mah jongg there are five different categories of tiles: Suit tiles, Dragon tiles, Wind tiles, Flower tiles, and Joker tiles - 152 tiles in all. — Elaine Sandberg

Mah Jongg Quotes By John Irving

Never spoke of it. He took the miracle to his grave. All Andrew ever said about the voyage was that a nun had taught him how to play mah-jongg. Something must have happened during one of their games. — John Irving

Mah Jongg Quotes By D. W Brogan

For Americans war is almost all of the time a nuisance, and military skill is a luxury like Mah-Jongg. But when the issue is brought home to them, war becomes as important, for the necessary period, as business or sport. And it is hard to decide which is likely to be the more ominous for the Axis
an American decision that this is sport, or that it is business. — D. W Brogan

Mah Jongg Quotes By Mary Anne Puleio

You might be addicted to Mah Jongg if... you're allowed only one carry-on and you choose your Mah Jongg bag! — Mary Anne Puleio

Mah Jongg Quotes By Glen Hirshberg

Need a fourth?' he asked, earning himself a set of strangely satisfying startled glances. The only way the moment might have been better would be if El had taught Marty the game. But that had been his grandfather, years and years ago. The white-haired man smiled. 'You know how to play?'

'I'd need a card.'

'Card?' Then understanding dawned on the white-haired man's face. He shook his head. Again, he looked kind. 'Ah. Of course. Jew Mah Jongg. Entirely different game.'

His companions were nodding, too. The guy with the belt buckle said, 'Completely different. Very frustrating. So few ways to win. So many to lose.'

Yet again, Marty felt tears well in his eyes. His uncle's absence seeping in. 'Yep,' he said. 'Sounds like a Jewish game, alright.'

("Shomer") — Glen Hirshberg