Boy, If I Had a Nickel…

Boy, if I had a nickel…

for every time I had a nickel.

~Me

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“Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, ‘It might have been.’”
~Kurt Vonnegut

“If only. Those must be the two saddest words in the world.”
~Mercedes Lackey

“My dad used to say that living with regrets was like driving a car that only moved in reverse.”
~Jodi Picoult

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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16 Responses to Boy, If I Had a Nickel…

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  2. If I had a nickel for every Kurt Vonnegut quote I’ve heard today, I’d have a whole nickel.

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  3. Great flashback, Mitch.

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  4. Bob Martin says:

    Another version of the saddest words…..Should’ve, Could’ve, Didn’t, Too Late.

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  5. John S says:

    How about “My tooth came out while brushing my teeth”?Really it did last night.me

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  6. LA says:

    Great quotes

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  7. nancyehead says:

    Love these quotes! Words to live by!

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  8. smzang says:

    The quote by ‘Me’ and the one by ‘Picoult’ are my favorites.

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  9. Believe it or not, that’s the second Vonnegut quote I’ve heard in as many days. I may have to re-read his stuff.

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  10. “If only” writes so many tragic stories. “If only” are the stories we can’t live with.

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  11. So happy that I do not have to choose.

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  12. Paula says:

    I love blog posts that feature only quotes. May I add: “Don’t stumble over something that’s behind you.”

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  13. robinleeann says:

    Awesome quotes! I hadn’t heard that expression in a while.

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