Alexander the Great’s mother: “How many times do I have to tell you — you can’t have everything you want in this world.” Franz Schubert’s mother: “Take my advice, son. Never start anything you can’t finish.” Achilles’ mother: “Stop imagining things. There’s nothing wrong with your heel.” Sigmund Freud’s mother: “Stop pestering me! I’ve told you a hundred times the stork brought you!” Boy George’s mother: “Do you enjoy being different? Why can’t you be like Nancy, your brother?”
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