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Adam said, “Lord, I do not see you. I am lonesome and cannot remember how much you love me.” And God said, “I will create a companion for you who will be a reflection of my love. Regardless of how selfish and unlovable you may be, this companion will accept you and love you as I do. And God created a new animal to be a companion for Adam. And the new animal was pleased to be with Adam and he wagged his tail. God said, “Because I have created this animal to be a reflection of my love for you, his name will be a reflection of my own name, and you will call him Dog.” And Dog lived with Adam and Adam was comforted. (Rocky Mountain News)

Nothing annoys a man as to hear a woman promising to love him “forever” when he merely wanted her to love him for a few weeks. (Helen Rowland, American writer, journalist and humorist)

Whoever said “you can't buy love” probably never went into a pet shop!” (Tom Wilson, in Ziggy comic strip)

You know what I love about California? People complain about $2.50 a gallon for gas but are happy to pay three bucks for a 12-ounce cappuccino. (Jay Leno)

My cellular phone quit as I tried to let my wife know that I was caught in freeway gridlock and would be late for our anniversary dinner. I wrote a message on my laptop asking other motorists to call her, printed it on a portable inkjet and taped it to my rear windshield. When I finally arrived home, my wife gave me the longest kiss ever. “I really think you love me,” she said. “At least 70 people called and told me so.” (Jaron Summers, in Reader’s Digest)

Man: “If love can create the moon and stars, is there anything love can’t do?” Cat: “It definitely can’t forget to feed the kitty, OK?” (Pat Brady, in Rose Is Rose comic strip)

Grandma: “You look a little down, Mrs. Crabtree. That's why I brought Roscoe along.” Mrs. Crabtree: “Why?” Grandma: “I thought he might cheer you up.” Mrs. Crabtree: “How?” Grandma: “Just by giving you unconditional love, affection, and acceptance.” Mrs. Crabtree: “And fleas.” (Brian Crane, in Pickles comic strip)

Love, according to children: “Love is what makes you smile when you’re tired.” “Love is when you tell a guy you like his shirt, then he wears it every day.” (Rave Humor List)

A father recently looked outside his window and saw his own children and their playmates pressing their hands into his newly laid concrete sidewalk. Flinging open the window, he gave the kids a tongue-lashing. His wife, shocked, asked, “Don’t you love your children?” Replied her husband: “In the abstract, yes; but not in the concrete.” (Machinist)

Children talk about love:

* Love is like an avalanche where you have to run for your life.

* Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too.

* I’m not rushing into being in love. I’m finding fourth grade hard enough. (Rocky Mountain News)

To love the world is no big chore. It's that miserable guy next door who is the problem. (Los Angeles Times Syndicate)

I was hospitalized for a few days, and my wife reported that my dog really missed me. “She spends the night at the front door awaiting your return,” she said. “What an example of true love,” I replied. “I wonder if you'd be that concerned about me?” “Honey,” my wife answered, “if you were gone overnight, and I didn't know where you were, you can be sure I'd be waiting for you at the front door.” (Bernard T. Kartheiser, in Reader's Digest)

Love conquers everything except poverty and toothache. (Mae West)

Propertius said, “Everybody in love is blind.” Close enough. He was not the only observer to link love with disability, please note. Plato said, “Love – a grave mental disease.” (L. M. Boyd)

Did you hear what one child said as he misquoted 1 Corinthians 13:13?: “Faith, hope, and love, but the greatest disease is love.” (David J. Seibert)

Priest to drunk parishioner: “Don’t you know drink is your enemy?” “I know, Father, but you told me to love mine enemy.” (Malachy McCourt, in Harold Be Thy Name)

The dog looks at the two water hydrants in front of him and says: “It’s like a father with his children. I love you both equally!” (J. C. Duffy, in Go Fish comic strip)

After I had proposed to Mary, and after she accepted, I asked another question. “Tell me dear,” I said, “have you ever loved before?” “No, Jack,” she replied. “I have admired a number of men; some for their strength, some for their courage, some for their good looks, some for their intelligence. But with you, Jack, it’s love – nothing else.” (Jack P. Delf, in Catholic Digest)

Dolly asks her Mom: “When you first saw Daddy, did your eyes turn into little hearts like in cartoons?” (Bil Keane, in The Family Circus comic strip)

Dolly says to her Mom: “I think Gregory loves me. Today he looked at me and giggled." (Bil Keane, in The Family Circus comic strip)

Congressman Bill Archer, head of the House Ways and Means Committee, displayed a plaque in his Capital Hill office.  It read: “God so loved mankind that he didn’t send a committee.” (Jack Egan, in U.S. News & World Report)

Testing the ability of my high-school expository-writing class to adapt the grammar I had so painstakingly taught, I asked, “Is love a noun or a verb?” I found one boy’s answer particularly knowledgeable. He wrote: “On Friday and Saturday night it’s a verb, the rest of the time it’s a noun.” (Beth M. Lawrence, in Reader’s Digest)

For St. Patrick’s Day, I asked the five-year-olds in my Sunday-school class to bring “something green that you love.” The next Sunday, they brought the usual green hats, green sweaters and green books. But one boy entered with an especially big grin. Behind him, wearing a green dress, came his four-year-old sister. (Vickie Lucas, in Catholic Digest)

My love is guaranteed: you’ll keep getting it, whether you need it or not. (Ashleigh Brilliant, in Pot-Shots)

A guy knows he's in love when he loses interest in his car for a couple of days. (Tim Allen)

He says he’ll love me when my hair starts to turn gray. After all, he’s loved me through three colors, anyway. (Barbara Albright, in The Saturday Evening Post)

When you’re in love, it’s the most glorious two-and-a-half minutes of your life. (Richard Lewis)

Zoe asks Mom while in the grocery store: “Can I get this for my lunch tomorrow? Huh? Can I?” Mom: “You want a pre-packaged vacuum-sealed do-it-yourself cracker sandwich instead of one of my homemade lunches?” Zoe: “Yes! Please? Please? Please? I just want to try it!” Mom: “Well, okay.” The next day in school, a friend asks Zoe: “How’s your lunch?” Zoe: “Needs love.” (Rick Kirkman & Jerry Scott, in Baby Blues comic strip)

Man: “Some people aren't lucky in love.” Garfield: “Like my Aunt Edna.” Man: “They never find the right one.” Garfield: “She married a hyena.” Man: “But still you hope.” Garfield: “Oh sure, he was a lot of laughs.” (Jim Davis, in Garfield comic strip)

Lucy: “You a doctor! Ha! That’s a big laugh! You could never be a doctor! You know why? Because you don’t love mankind, that’s why!” Charlie Brown: “I love mankind. It's people I can't stand!” (Charles M. Schulz, in Peanuts comic strip)

Thought for Today: “Money does not make you win at the game of love.” Upon seeing this thought on a sign, Frank responds by saying: “Maybe not, but it sure puts you in good field position!” (Bob Thaves, in Frank & Ernest comic strip)

Now’s the time to love thy neighbor even more. Maybe he has tools you’d rather borrow than buy. (Los Angeles Times Syndicate)

Long ago as bride and groom, we never would have guessed that over time we’d disagree which numbers are the best. He likes to rise at 6 a.m., but I don’t wake ‘til 8. His snore’s a roar by 10 p.m., while 12 for me’s not late. I like my news from channel 4, but he prefers 11. I want the toaster set on 3; his 10’s a charcoal heaven. He likes our place at 68 when winter winds are blowing, while I prefer warm 72 with fireplace a-glowing. Although sometimes we’re in dispute, on one thing we agree: we are each other’s number one, my dear sweetheart and me. (Elaine Marie, Larson, in The Saturday Evening Post)

Grandma: “Your Father has been very sweet lately.” Daughter: “Yeah?” Grandma: “I have trouble bending over to paint my toenails because of my arthritis, so Earl's been painting them for me. Is that true love or what?” Daughter: “You know he wrote ‘smelly feet’ on your toenails, don't you?” Grandma: “What?” (Brian Crane, in Pickles comic strip)

A Baptist Preacher was called in to see a Methodist man who was deathly sick. He asked the lady – “Why did you call me while you are all Methodist?” Said she -- “My husband has a deadly disease, and we love our Pastor.” (Rev. Leon Hill, in O’ for the Life of a Preacher, p. 11)

I worked in the same office as Jane, an engineering representative. Her job was to persuade outside employees to take on difficult orders. One employee she dealt with was her husband, Mike, and she always ended phone calls with him by saying “I love you.” One day, shortly after our new supervisor took over, Jane said good-bye to Mike in the customary way. Seeing the supervisor staring at her, she shrugged and said, “Whatever it takes.” (Robert E. Paul, in Reader’s Digest)

If love is the answer, could you rephrase the question? (Lily Tomlin)

Daughter: “I think Lute is definitely the one for me!” Helga: “Why do you say that?” Daughter: “We both love the same thing!” Helga: “What’s that?” Daughter: “Me!” (Chris Browne, in Hagar the Horrible comic strip)

I was with my new boyfriend at a nice restaurant. As I scanned the menu I saw that all of the things that appealed to me were in the upper price range. “How much do you love me?” I asked my companion. Continuing to scan his menu, he pondered my question. “Probably more than the corned beef,” he replied, “but not as much as the broiled lobster.” (K. E., in Reader’s Digest)

My wife and I arrived late to a crowded religious convention where there was standing room only. We noticed some people get up to leave, and after they hadn’t returned for several minutes, we took their seats. The woman next to us insisted that the chairs were taken. I assured her that we’d be glad to move if the people came back. Moments later we sang a hymn, and at its conclusion the music director asked all of us to turn to our neighbors and say that we loved them. The woman at my side faced me and said, “I love you, but those seats are still taken.” (Craig L. Samples, in Reader’s Digest)

I guess it’s just a sign of the times when one of my little candy hearts says: “Fax me.” (S.C.U.C.A. Regional Reporter)

Husband: “Did you have a nice talk with Timbo?” Wife: “Yes - my sister knows that I love her more than anyone else in the world does. And it really bugs her!” (Chris Browne, in Raising Duncan comic strip)

Things are more sophisticated in the North. For example, in the North when guys fall in love, they think they have to buy candy, wine and roses. When we fall in love in the South, we just spray paint your name on an overpass. (Jeff Foxworthy)

Husband says to wife: “I’ll be just sitting here and suddenly my head starts spinning, I feel sick to my stomach. My heart’s racing. My palms are sweating.” Cat says to dog: “Sounds like somebody’s in love!” (Chris Browne, in Raising Duncan comic strip)

Shirley, my wife, was busy with preparations for our son's wedding. Trying to make things perfect, she asked me to buy books of stamps that had the word “love” printed on them for the invitations. When I told the postal clerk what I wanted, she said. “I'm sorry, but they don't come in books. All I can give you is ‘love’ in the sheets.” (William L. Smith, in Reader's Digest)

Teacher: “So how was your summer, Gabby?” Gabby: “Great! How about yours? Did you do anything?” Teacher: “Well, sort of. I spent every evening organizing my comic book collection.” Gabby “Well, I guess that answers my next question.” Teacher: “Which was?” Gabby: “How’s your love life?” (Steve Breen, in Grand Avenue comic strip)

At the dinner table, Billy tells everyone there: “I hate bedtime, but I love tabletime.” (Bil Keane, in The Family Circus comic strip)

As they begin to toast, the husband says to his wife: “To the great love of my life, the woman I want to spend the rest of my life with, and the lady who inspires me.” Wife: “Boy, if you're not talking about me, you're in so much trouble!” (Chris Browne, in Raising Duncan comic strip)

Although I had never met him, I knew that my grandfather had been five feet, six inches tall, while my stately grandmother stood five feet, eleven inches. As a teenager leafing through old photographs with Grandma, I finally realized how unusual they must have looked together. “Grandma.” I asked, “how could you have fallen in love with a man five inches shorter than you?” She turned to me. “Honey,” she said, “we fell in love sitting down, and when I stood up, it was too late.” (Rebecca W. Elwood, in Reader’s Digest)

When you're in love, it's the most glorious two-and-a-half minutes of your life. (Richard Lewis)

If worst comes to worst, we can always try loving each other. (Ashleigh Brilliant, in Pot-Shots)

Wife: “How did you get so good at writing romance novels?” Husband: “I’m inspired. I get the love from you. The rest is just typing. Wife: “Oh! Good answer!” (Chris Browne, in Raising Duncan comic strip)

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