Essay heading: james thurber's philosophy on marriage

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November 3, 2007

 

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Rule ten in Thurber's piece points out how man always find their way to a wife's dressing table with something "wet, oily, greasy, or sticky." Stereotypically Thurber says it is usually a universal joint, a hub cap, or the blades of a lawn mower. In a dumbfounded way for men he says their excuse is they are trying to find an old rag to wipe the mysterious object off, which they never seem to understand that the old rag is never in or around the wife's dressing table...
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In a dumbfounded way for men he says their excuse is they are trying to find an old rag to wipe the mysterious object off, which they never seem to understand that the old rag is never in or around the wife's dressing table. James Thurber humorously points out key realistic pointers to help a couple through a marriage...
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