Never Trust A Man Quotes by Shirley MacLaine, John Wayne, Dennis Muren, Aesop, Harold MacMillan, Charles Bukowski and many others.
Never trust a man when he’s in love, drunk, or running for office.
I never trust a man that doesn’t drink.
And I also trust that there’s more than one way to do something.
Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties.
A man who trusts nobody is apt to be the kind of man nobody trusts.
I have two rules. One is, never trust a man who smokes a pipe. The other is, never trust a man with shiny shoes.
You should never trust a man who has only one way to spell a word.
Never trust a man who says he is only a little crooked, and that the crookedness is exercised in your interest.
Never trust a man who reads only one book.
There’s more than one way to be a girl
Never trust a man in a blue trench coat, never drive a car when you’re dead
You must trust and believe in people or life becomes impossible.
Never trust a man who can dance.
Never trust a man with short legs. His brains are too near his bottom.
never trust a man who won’t accept that there is more than one way to spell a word Paraphrased
Never trust a man whom you know to have acted like a scoundrel to others, whatever friendliness he may profess to feel towards yourself, however plausible he may be, or however kindly he may behave; be sure that, the moment he has anything to gain by so doing, he will “throw you over.”
Never trust a man who has not a single redeeming vice.
Never trust a man, who when left alone with a tea cosey… Doesn’t try it on.
I should have caught the mistake on that spelling bee card. But as Mark Twain once said, `You should never trust a man who has only one way to spell a word’.
Never trust a man who carries a handkerchief, I always say. One of many prejudicial rules of thumb.
Long experience has taught me that people who do not like geraniums have something morally unsound about them. Sooner or later you will find them out; you will discover that they drink, or steal books, or speak sharply to cats. Never trust a man or a woman who is not passionately devoted to geraniums.
Never trust a husband too far, nor a bachelor too near.
Never trust a man who speaks well of everybody.
Never trust a man in a jumpsuit
Never trust a man who combs his hair straight from his left armpit.
Never trust a man who lays his hand on his heart when he assures you of anything.
Never put anything on paper, my boy, and never trust a man with a small black moustache.
But I am in the gambling business, for good or ill; it is the business I have chosen, and the only governing rule that we all recognize is: always sit close to an exit and never trust a man who doesn’t sweat.
Never trust a man in red trousers
never trust a man who wears a pinkie ring. . . the only jewelry a guy should wear is a wedding band or a super bowl ring
There is more than one way to burn a book.