Mothers-in-law Quotes

By | May 28, 2010

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  • A mother-in-law made of sugar, still tastes bitter.~ Catalonian Proverb
  • A mother-in-law may be good, but she is better when mother earth covers her up.~ Catalonian Proverb
  • Behind every successful man lurks a truly amazed ex-mother-in-law.~ John Chrusciel
  • Be kind to your mother-in-law but pay for her board at some good hotel. ~  Josh Billings
  • Conscience is a mother-in-law whose visit never ends. ~  Henry Louis Mencken
  • Every mother-in-law is a piece of the devil’s pants.~ French Proverb
  • If you have a mother-in-law with only one eye and she has it in the center of her forehead, don’t keep her in the living room.~  Lyndon B. Johnson
  • I told my mother-in-law that my house was her house, and she said, “Get the hell off my property.” ~ Joan Rivers
  • Just got back from a pleasure trip: I took my mother-in-law to the airport.~  Henry Youngman
  • Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, storm and hail.~ Italian Proverb
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  • Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law can be cooked together but they will never be tender.~ French Proverb
  • Mother-in-law: A woman who destroys her son-in-law‘s peace of mind by giving him a piece of hers.~ Author Unknown
  • My wife is the kind of girl who will not go anywhere without her mother, and her mother will go anywhere.~ John Barrymore
  • Never rely on the glory of the morning nor the smiles of your mother-in-law.~ Japanese Proverb
  • The grumbling mother-in-law forgets that she once was a bride.~ Greek Proverb
  • The more the mother-in-law drinks the more friendly is her greeting.~ Greek Proverb
  • There is nothing better than a rich wife and a generous mother-in-law.~ Russian Proverb
  • There once was a good mother-in-law but the wolf gobbled her up.~ French Proverb
  • Well-married is when you have no mother-in-law and no sister-in-law.~ Spanish Proverb
  • We really have no definition of mother in our law books. Mother was believed to have been so basic that no definition was deemed necessary.~ Marianne O. Battani

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