39 Quotes About Nagging Wife

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Any husband can attest to the moment that their wife was on their case and nagging about something. Whether it is leaving clothes on the floor, leaving the toilet seat up, or always losing their keys, some spouse can fall victim to chronic nagging. Here is a look at some of the best quotes about a nagging wife that capture the essence of this unwelcome trait.

“A new thing I’ve been doing is just making sure I clear off my desk and try to only touch a piece of paper once, so I get the mail, open it up, deal with it then.”

“All men hate the nagging.”

“Always in the big woods when you leave familiar ground and step off alone into a new place there will be, along with the feelings of curiosity and excitement, a little nagging of dread.”

“At some point we all look up and realize we are lost in a maze.”

“Be black or white with no shades of gray. In other words, don’t be a nagging mother.”

“Because everybody who has ever lost their way in life has felt the nagging insistence of that question.”

“Before marriage, when a woman speaks to a man in an undertone, he calls it”cooing”; after marriage, he calls it nagging.”

“Details count: passing thoughts, small sacrifices, a few encouraging words, little acts of kindness, brief victories over nagging sins.”

“Don’t count on the power of your love or your nagging to create something that wasn’t there to begin with.”

“Eventually, competition and adventure wane, and I enter my ibuprofen phase.”

“For as long as he could remember, he’d suffered from a vague nagging feeling of being not all there.”

“Getting up way in advance of dawn is always a good idea. Nearly ninety-nine percent of the time when I have gotten up in the middle of the night for a shoot, something good always presents itself to offset the nagging tiredness and discomfort of losing sleep.”

“I date this girl for two years-and then the nagging starts: ‘I wanna know your name…'”

“I never have the nagging doubt of wondering whether perhaps I am wrong.”

“If love exists between two persons, it is blessed. If love does not exist between two persons, then all your laws put together cannot bridge them.”

“If there is one sweeping generalization I can make without fear of contradiction, it is that ‘change’ is the scariest word in the English language.”

“If you accept others as equals, you embrace them unconditionally, now and forever. But if you let them know that you tolerate them, you suggest in the same breath that they are actually an inconvenience, like a nagging pain or an unpleasant odour you are willing to disregard.”

“I’m a person who’s fine saying ‘No.’ I like saying to myself,”no gossiping,””no nagging.””

“I’ve got to start listening to those quiet, nagging doubts.”

“I’ve realised I need a gnawing, nagging, anxious doubt when I wake at 4 A.M.”

“Keep going over a sentence. I nag it, gnaw it, pat and flatter it.”

“Man will have replicated his own intelligence not when he teaches a computer to reason but when he teaches a computer to have a nagging feeling in its circuits.”

“My wife’s nagging is like living near the airport. After a while you don’t notice it any more.”

“Nagging is the repetition of unpalatable truths.”

“Nothing will change in our lives until we change our own behavior.”

“People are pulled towards the best in themselves, and spotlighting the right is a much stronger approach than nagging.”

“Professionals have to decide on which subjects they are prepared to give nagging rights.”

“That’s what they want: two women. Fellas, I think that’s a bit lofty. Because, come on, think about it – if you can’t satisfy that one woman, why do you want to piss off another one?”

“The absence of fossil evidence for intermediary stages between major transitions in organic design, indeed our inability, even in our imagination, to construct functional intermediates in many cases, has been a persistent and nagging problem for gradualist accounts of evolution.”

“The things that keep nagging at you are the ones worth exploring.”

“There was a desperate undercurrent to our marriage–a feeling of being in a dream from which I couldn’t seem to awaken.”

“There were probably a few games I played where I should not have played, because of some nagging injuries or something. I used to always talk the managers into playing me, because I wanted to play so badly.”

“Usually I’m frustrated when I look at my films and I don’t believe that I’ve made a real transformation beyond my usual sets of gestures and expressions.”

“We are the women of daylight; of clocks and steel foundries, of drugstores and streetlights, of superhighways that slice our days in two.”

“When sleep leaves the body like smoke and man, sated with secrets, drives the overworked nag of quarrel out of its stall, then the fire-breathing union begins anew.”

“When will American men learn how to stand up to the nagging by the intolerant, uncivil feminists whose sport is to humiliate men?”

“When you come back strong, you are going to have little nagging things that you can usually play through, but every now and again, it is to the point where you can’t play.”

“You know my friends, there comes a time when people get tired of being trampled by the iron feet of oppression.”

“You’d be amazed at how much power women have over men – and the basic control is nagging… Men are very simple creatures, like puppies.”

Dropping the bad habit of nagging and replacing it with someone more positive will enhance your relationship for the long term.