I think that Richard was more of a one-girl-for-the-rest-of-your-life-marry-and-make-a-family kind of guy.

By S.A. Tawks

Life will break every one of your contracts & still look at you with that innocent glimmer in her eye & ask you to marry her.

By Curtis Tyrone Jones

I suppose one oughtn’t to marry anybody, unless one’s prepared to make him a full-time job.

By Dorothy L. Sayers

We take the most difficult relationship of our childhood... and we MARRY it.

By Rick Cormier

... You are ignorant of the duties you undertake in marrying...

By Emily Brontë

You marry who you think your beloved is, and then discover who they really are over the years. It’s that discovery that makes a marriage work.

By Mercedes Lackey

You cannot really get married by mistake. You can only marry the wrong person.

By Mokokoma Mokhonoana

If you dump the fear of failure, you will eventually marry success.

By Jeanette Coron

When are you going to marry her?

By Kori David

Women marry men hoping they will change. They don't. Men marry women hoping they won't change. They do.

By Bettin Arndt

Then I’ll have more fun searching in vain then marrying one of the wrong sort.

By Erle Stanley Gardner

You have asked her to marry you, I hope''

By Julia Quinn

Some people love but will never marry each other. Some are married to but have never loved and will never love each other.

By Mokokoma Mokhonoana

My parents told me to marry for money,' said her husband. 'But I chose the love of a strong woman.'

By Helen Simonson

I am not only not going to be married, at present, but have very little intention of ever marrying at all.

By Jane Austen