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  Proverb Zone > Theme > Teenagers

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A teenage boy is at that akward age. He likes to park but he doesn't know exactly why.

A teenager is a person who answers the phone in the middle of the first ring.

Did you hear about the teenage boy who let his hair down -- and smothered?

Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys.
-- P.J. O'Rourke

Having teenagers is often what undermines a parent's belief in heredity.

Home is a place where teenagers go to refuel.

If you want a definition of poverty, ask parents with three or four teenagers in the family.

International problems are becoming so complex that even taxi drivers and teenagers don't have the solutions.

It is not what a teenager knows that worries his parents. It's how he found out.

It will be interesting to hear the teenagers of today tell their children what they had to do without when they were young.

It's difficult to decide whether growing pains are something teenagers have -- or are!

Modern medicine still hasn't decided whether it's harder on a middle-aged man to mow the lawn himself or argue to get his teenage son to do it.

Most parents of teenagers seem to agree that one "hang-up" their kids don't have is when on the telepehone.

Some singers who have become teenage institutions belong in one.

Teenage boys will drive anything -- except a lawn mower.

Teenager with nose rings, baggy clothing and spiked hair to a friend: "I don't really like dressing this way, but it keeps my parents from dragging me everywhere they go."

Teenagers express their burning desires to be different by dressing exactly alike.

The average teenager still has all the faults his parents outgrew.

The easiest way to get a teenage boy to be quiet is to ask him where he's been when he gets home.

The main problem with teenagers is that they're just like their parents were at their age.

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