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From 1971 onwards, the Memorial Day holiday was officially observed on the last Monday in May and became the unofficial start of the summer, with barbecues, blockbuster movie openings and mattress sales.
Self-pity in its early stage is as snug as a feather mattress. Only when it hardens does it become uncomfortable.
Apparently, if you live until 75, you'll have spent 25 years in bed, so it makes sense to have a decent mattress.
I always put clothes and family photos under the mattress, in case the house burns down.
I don't need anything to live, to be honest. Give me a mattress or a futon on the floor and I'll be the happiest camper.
I live a good life but a pretty simply life. I just store all my money under my mattress. My wife and I travel, and I bought my dream car, the Cobra.
Mind over mattress.
It is a well known urban myth that the French don't trust banks and store their money under their mattress. It's not that they are tight with money - they just don't trust anyone.
Janine di Giovanni
Those who have never suffered the iniquities of exile cannot possibly understand the significance, the gravitas, of a mattress.
The only interesting thing that can happen in a Swiss bedroom is suffocation by feather mattress.
If our financial industry regarded security the way the health-care sector does, I would stuff my cash in a mattress under my bed.
One time Robert Plant was set to check into the same room after I checked out, so I removed every light bulb and ordered up a bunch of stinky cheese and put it under the mattress.
I've been performing my whole life. My mom signed me up for a theater program when I was five - I was the evil queen in 'Once Upon a Mattress.'
The Fat Mattress consisted of people I'd played with before joining the 'Experience and it was put together as a song writing situation.
Well, I'd had the Fat Mattress earlier as a writing outlet for songs and that.
I don't live in D.C. I keep an air mattress in my office.
My first professional gig was 'Once Upon a Mattress' at the Drury Lane Oakbrook... I was in the ensemble. I was one of the ladies in waiting, and I covered Winnifred.
As a kid, I pretty much got nothing but scorn, and occasionally active animus, for writing fantasy and squirreling it away in my closet and, later, under the mattress supports in my bed.
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