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November 25, 2020
'All is fair in love and war,' is the quote that I read in the PDF book I am reading on How To Dominate Your Disobedient Woman. [That's actually not the actual title of the book by the way.]

I was curious as to where the origins of the love and war phrase came from and it seems to go all the way back to 1579 and was mentioned by some poet named John Lyly in his novel titled Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit.

I thought it was worth writing about because this phrase could be interpreted in numerous ways.