Old Maid Quotes

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Billy Sunday
“Better die an old maid, sister, than marry the wrong man.”
Billy Sunday

Rebecca  Zanetti
“It’s Okay, Mom.” The little girl grinned impishly. “Max will be pretty with pink nails.”

“Oh I brought my A-game,” the vampire snorted as he sat on the other couch.

“Bout Time,” Janie retorted”
Rebecca Zanetti, Fated

E.M. Forster
“And she began the oft-told tale of a lady of imperial descent who could find no husband in the narrow circle where her pride permitted her to mate, and had lived on unwed, her age now thirty, and would die unwed, for no one would have her now.”
E.M. Forster, A Passage to India

L.M. Montgomery
“But what is the use of being an independent old maid if you can't be silly when you want to, and when it doesn't hurt anybody? A person must have some compensations.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Avonlea

Hans Christian Andersen
“At his next visit he fancied he must have got into a narrow needlecase, full of sharp needles: “Oh,” thought he, “this must be the heart of an old maid;” but such was not the fact;”
Hans Christian Andersen, Andersen's Fairy Tales