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Im not eager to jump into marriage again. Im in the corner right now, wearing my dunce cap. That area is obviously a nig
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"I'm not eager to jump into marriage again. I'm in the corner right now, wearing my dunce cap. That area is obviously a nightmare"

- Lisa Marie Presley

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In this quote, Lisa Marie Presley reveals her doubt towards getting married again. She compares herself to a student in the corner using a dunce cap, implying that she feels foolish or embarrassed about her previous marital relationships. The expression "headache" suggests that her previous experiences with marriage were challenging and undesirable. Presley's usage of imagery and metaphors conveys her reluctance and unfavorable feelings towards the idea of marital relationship. It likewise hints at the possibility that she might have made mistakes in her past relationships, leading her to be mindful and hesitant about entering into another marriage. In general, this quote shows Presley's personal battles and bookings about the institution of marriage.

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Lisa Marie Presley This quote is written / told by Lisa Marie Presley somewhere between February 1, 1968 and today. She was a famous Musician from USA. The author also have 30 other quotes.

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