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Favourite quotes by Miss-M on 16 March 2006 10:04am
 
I thought it would be fun to make a list of quotes which people find inspirational or witty. If you know the author of the quote, please credit them. If not, just mark as unknown.

Here are two of my favourites:

"So little time, so little to do" - Oscar Levant (pianist/actor)

"Nobody is perfect. I am nobody. Therefore I am perfect" - unknown
 
Re: Favourite quotes by Spursfan on 16 March 2006 11:46am
 
'I have nothing to declare except my genius'

'Men marry because they are tired, women because they are curious. Both are disappointed'

'There is only one thing worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about'

'The English country gentleman galloping after a fox - the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.'

'Nothing that is worth knowing can be taught'

All above Oscar Wilde

'I never forget a face but in your case I'll make an exception'

Groucho Marx

'Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness'

Jane Austin

I could go on...!!
 
Re: Favourite quotes by JF on 16 March 2006 1:16pm
 
WC Fields - "I don't drink water, fish f*** in it."

Mae West - "I used to be Snow White, but I drifted."

And of course, "There's some people on the pitch, they think it's all over... it is now!"
 
Re: Favourite quotes by kazzzz on 16 March 2006 1:23pm
 
"Well there's a thing"
Me

"I don't like religion...it tends to .... people up"
Roger Taylor

"Good evening Audrey!"
Bruce and Phil

"We came, we saw, we kicked its ass."
Bill Murray (ghostbusters haha)

"Missy can I appraise your jugs?"
Tony aka fattcslim

"Crikey!!!"
Steve Irwin....NOT lol

" I am the best known homosexual in the world"
Elton John and yes he DID say that!

"Oh and Basil if you're going to grope a girl, have the gallantry to stay in the room with her while you do it"
Sybil Fawlty
 
Re: Favourite quotes by Spursfan on 16 March 2006 1:30pm
 
Yes, and of course other sporting quotes such as:

"The Bowler's Holding, the batsman's Willey"

and

"Seaman's all over the place"

(Not quoted accurately, I know - sorry!)
 
Re: Favourite quotes by Clare on 16 March 2006 1:31pm
 
It's a bit of a deep heavy one but I l like it.
"The traditions of the dead weigh like a nightmare on the brains of the living." Karl Marx
 
Re: Favourite quotes by kazzzz on 16 March 2006 1:39pm
 
"I an Oasis and I should get more ****ing money."
Liam Gallagher
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
 
Re: Favourite quotes by montyfreak0234 on 16 March 2006 1:48pm
 
"A lot has been said about politians, some of it is comlementary, but most of its true"-Eric Idle
"Would you like to join the happy, friendly, sparkly toast club?"-Higgly Town heros (stupid kids show)
"Norman the gnome, was roaming in Rome because he had no home, he had no home because he had no loam. So Norman the gnome was roaming in Rome so he took over Paris"-Some random story we came up with when it was raining at the school campout
 
Re: Favourite quotes by arty_farty on 16 March 2006 4:03pm
 
carpe deim, whinge daily.

he has killed me mother. macbeth

a TIGER in Africa?. TMOL
 
Re: Favourite quotes by JF on 16 March 2006 4:38pm
 
Aaarghh!

Forgot some of my all-time favourites:

Winston Churchill: in response to someone saying "Mr Churchill, you are drunk!" he replied "Madam, you are ugly, I will be sober in the morning".

Churchill again - was told by a woman at a dinner party - "Mr Churchill, if you were my husband I'd give you poison". His response - "Madam, if I were your husband I'd drink it".

And one of the greatest ever - from Sir Henry at Rawlinson End - "If I could have back all of the money I'd spent on drink - I'd spend it on drink!"
 
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