Polite Related Quotes
Polite conversationalists leave no mark save the scars upon the Earth that could have been prevented had they stood their ground.
.., by universal custom, your enemy is never more polite than when he is planning or has planned your destruction.
Marlee, what are you doing? Get under a tent before you burn your skin." She gave me a polite smile. "I'm happy here." "No, really," I said, putting a hand around her arm. "You'll look like my hair.
But in reality the point of free speech is for the stuff that's over the line, and strikingly unbalanced. If free speech is only for polite persons of mild temperament within government-policed parameters, it isn't free at all. So screw that.
Atticus had said it was the polite thing to talk to people about what they were interested in, not about what you were interested in.
Politeness is a desire to be treated politely, and to be esteemed polite oneself.
Not to perceive the little weaknesses and the idle but innocent affectations of the company may be allowable as a sort of polite duty. The company will be pleased with you if you do, and most probably will not be reformed by you if you do not.