Explain This Quote #2 — By Buster KeatonsteemCreated with Sketch.

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***Joseph Frank "Buster" Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966) American actor, comedian, film director, producer, screenwriter, and stunt performer.***

Marriage is fine as an institution but bad as a habit

Well I guess that he wasn't against marriage but he just didn't like the reality of it. In other words, marriage good as a part of this society (no way to know the reasons why he thought that) and bad because everything becomes routine (boring).

Buster Keaton had only been married for three weeks and never wanted to join the 'Why, dear' club.

Anyway what do you think is the meaning of that quote?

For my other Explain This Quote Post

Explain This Quote #1 — By Francois de La Rochefoucauld

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It is all up to personal preferences and what you expect from it.

Like all institutions throughout history, their inherent infrastructure and recognized power became an accepted cultural norm; a method of attaining things you could not get otherwise as an individual (e.g., wealth, sex, social status, business connections, etc.).

But for me, it's more like a mental institution; a loony bin.

Don't ask me why, but I was stupid enough to be married/divorced three times (i.e., I stuck my dick in a blender not once, not twice, but three times!).

RE: The Quote

My net worth was immediately cut in half after each divorce.

Dumb Shit Me, Bad Habit, Bad EXPENSIVE Habit!!


Namaste, JaiChai

Shit that sucks

In my opinion institutions are good, we need to follow some sort of rules in society, so marriage is good. Marriages are habits in the long run, as habitual life is human nature.

Well it is his opinion and he is entitled to it

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