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"That bird only sings when she's unhappy."
“You can drag a horticulture, but you can't make her think.”Dorothy Parker (1893-1967) was an American poet, critic, and satirist, known for her biting wit. Her written works specialized in cynicism related to love and romance, how they don't seem to work in practice as they do in idealistic works, and how even people who know this still want love and romance. Some of her shorter works are flat-out memorized in certain circles, and her influence remains in the Popcultural Osmosis for tropes about non-ideal love.She also collaborated with various people on occasional plays and screenplays, sharing an Academy Award nomination for the screenplay of the original A Star Is Born. She's also co-written the screenplay to Alfred Hitchcock film Saboteur.
— Dorothy Parker, after being asked to use "horticulture" in a sentence.
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