An aphorism is nothing else but the slightest
form of writing raised to the highest level of expressive communication. Carl William Brown





A small demerit extinguishes a long service.


Thomas Fuller (1608-1661, British clergyman, author)


Things have got to be wrong in order that they may be deplored.


Alfred Whitney Griswold (1906-1963, American president of Yale University)


It is better to suffer wrong than to do it, and happier to be sometimes cheated than not to trust.


Samuel Johnson (1709-1784, British author)


If you have always done it that way, it is probably wrong.


Charles F. Kettering (1876-1958, American engineer, inventor)


There are few people who are more often in the wrong than those who cannot endure to be so.


Francois De La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680, French classical writer)


Wrong is but falsehood put in practice.


Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864, British poet, essayist)


If there is a wrong way to do something, then someone will do it.


(Edward A. Murphy, Jr.) Murphy's Law


What is the use of running when we are on the wrong.


Bavarian Proverb


Two wrongs do not make a right.


English Proverb (Sayings of British origin)


Those who are once found to be bad are presumed so forever.


Latin Proverb (Sayings of Latin origin)


Those not present are always wrong.


George Savile


The remedy for wrongs is to forget them.


Publilius Syrus (85 BC- 43BC, Roman writer)


Never do wrong when people are looking.


Mark Twain (1835-1910, American humorist, writer)


Some people would rather be wrong than quiet for a minute.


Author Unknown


The multitude is always in the wrong.


Dillon Wentworth


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