When you are talking about marriage, think about your mother.
To eat and drink, and sleep together, is marriage, methinks.
There is no perfect marriage, for there are no perfect men.
There are many fair words in the marriage making, but few in the tochergood paying.
The land of marriage has this peculiarity: That strangers are desirous of inhabiting it, while its natural inhabitants would gladly be exiled.
The first snow does not mean winter, nor the first love marriage.
No marriage contract is made without a quarrel.
Marriages sealed with rings end with drawn knives.
Marriages are written in heaven.