A well-placed excuse can avoid a completely wasted hour.

Calendars protect us  — they make excellent excuses.

A married man with no excuse is like a soldier with no body armor.

A good excuse can make a superb ruse.

The third excuse is self-abuse.

It is a kind of self-preservation to excuse our own mistakes; it is espionage and treason to condemn others for theirs.

Accusing our kin doesn’t excuse our own sin.

We are energized by other’s errors — and our own excuses.

We confess to the lesser to excuse the greater.

We play only deuces by means of excuses.

A poor excuse makes a perfect noose.

Abuse has no excuse.

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