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The idea that no gentleman ever swears is all wrong; he can swear and still be a gentleman if he does it in a nice and benevolent and affectionate way.
Mark Twain, Speech in NYC, Jan. 22, 1906
US humorist, novelist, short story author, & wit (1835 - 1910)
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