What does this quote mean?
Familiarity breeds children.
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
It's an amusing twist on an old quotation. The original quote (from Chaucer) is "Familiarity breeds contempt."
The amusing twist says that familiarity (getting to know someone well) breeds contempt - and children. ( quote from humorist Mark Twain). It's a humorous take on marriage.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Getting to know someone outside of your comfort zone, breeds children.
Familiarity can also be a metaphor for fornication.