“Submitting to my husband like it’s 1959!”
Something fishy, but what?
“A relationship between Omar and Mynett was publicly alleged in August…”
“She said she needed to get papers for her brother to go to school.”
It takes a village idiot
Kind of harsh
The pettiness is strong in this one
“There’s no question we know that, as we go into new markets, we need to be clear about who we are.”
“I’m embarrassed for you because this is CNN now.”
And if they can, should they?
Also: “let the impeach inquiry proceed.”
And some lived happily ever after.
“Don’t play games with me, kid.”
“When she’s in Minneapolis he sleeps at his house.”
Let’s not get carried away here
“I love my husband.”
“…when it comes to sex, less experience is better, at least for the marriage.”
Good for the goose, etc.
Here comes the bride… maybe
“I feel there’s a part of him that thinks I chose Donald Trump over him.”
Wrestling with the definition of “job”
Intrusion, but in some cases required
And so far manages to fail
“Melania should do for this generation of girls what Hillary Clinton did not do for mine, and leave her jerk of a husband.”
Be careful what you wish for
Before you say “I do” you might have to say “I can’t”
Solving only a small part of the larger problem
“Well, then maybe Putin is right. Maybe he’s more akin to me than I know.”
“It is the theological equivalent of the curse of the wicked fairy in one of the fairy tales.”
Belaboring the obvious
Not the same, but they share a few cautionary tales
All in the family
“Did you ever ask yourself what would Jesus do in this particular situation?”
The legal system is failing them
“there’s nothing more zeitgeisty in 2017 than Trump schadenfreude”
Not sure if this is a religious freedom argument, Governor
Not going to the chapel, not going to get married
“How are people supposed to find work if this goes on in some form for a year and a half?”
What a way to find out, too.
“There are too many people out at the same time and too many joggers at peak times.”