"I understand that inside of the Pearly Gates, each Family has Permanent Quarters. There are no Folding Beds to juggle down Back Stairways, no Picture Cords to shorten, no Curtain Poles to saw off, no Book Cases to get jammed in Stairways. I am sure there will be no Piano Movers, for I have heard their Language. Do you think you can be happy in the Promised Land?" "It will depend entirely on whether or not the Rugs fit."
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Source Notes: "The Search for the Right House and How Mrs. Jump Had Her Annual Attack"; in The Permanent Ade: The Living Writings of George Ade, ed. Fred C. Kelly (1947). A dialogue between Mr. Jump and his wife, who every spring looks for a "House that had twice as many Closets as Rooms and a Southern Exposure on All four sides."
George Ade (February 9, 1866 - May 16, 1944) was an American writer, newspaper columnist, and playwright.
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