Helen May Rowland was an American journalist and humorist. For many years she wrote a column in the New York World called "Reflections of a Bachelor Girl". Many of her pithy insights from these columns were published in book form, including Reflections of a Bachelor Girl (1909), The Rubáiyát of a Bachelor (1915), and A Guide to Men (1922).
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Before marriage, a man will lay down his life for you; after marriage he won't even lay down his newspaper.
Flirting is the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself.
Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.
Never trust a husband too far or a bachelor too near.
A bachelor gets tangled up with a lot of women in order to avoid getting tied up to one.
Some women blush when they are kissed, some call for the police, some swear, some bite. But the worst are those who laugh.
Some women can be fooled all of the time, and all women can be fooled some of the time, but the same woman can't be fooled by the same man in the same way more than half of the time.
There are more ways of killing a man's love than by strangling it to death, but that's the usual way.
A man's desire for a son is usually nothing but the wish to duplicate himself in order that such a remarkable pattern may not be lost to the world.
Marrying an old bachelor is like buying second-hand furniture.
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