Quotable Quotes

“Exits are on the way out.”

“Every story has three sides to it —yours, mine, and the facts”
—Foster Meharny Russel

“The driver is safer when the road is dry. The road is safer when the driver is dry.”

“Money is like manure. Spread it around and it does a lot of good. Pile it up, and it stinks like hell!”

“The trouble with having a fertile mind is that the weeds grow as prolific as the pastures”
—P.K. Shaw

“What is a weed? A plant who's virtues have not been discovered.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson

“An egotist has one point in his favour - he doesn’t go round talking about other people.”

“Open mindedness is another name for weakness of character.”

“Many a self-made man worships his Maker”

“The way to get things done is not to mind who gets the credit for doing them.”
—Benjamin Jowett

“Men talk of killing time, while time quietly kills them.”
—Dion Boucicault

“You don't set a fox to watching the chickens just because he has a lot of experience in the hen house.”
—Harry S. Truman

“The law of heredity is that all of the undesirable traits come from the other parent.”

“One who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; one who does not ask a question remains a fool forever.”

“We've made great medical progress in the last generation. What use to be merely an itch is now an allergy”

“A great many open minds should be closed for repairs”
—Toledo Blade

“I feel as a horse must feel when the beautiful cup is given to the jockey.”
—Edgar Degas

“Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought of half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult”
—Charlotte Whitton

“The young have aspirations that never come to pass, the old have reminiscences of what never happened.”

“If you aren’t rich, then you should always look useful”
—Louis Ferdinand Celine

“An intellectual is a man without a craft”
—Eastern Saying

“After a visit to the beach, it is hard to believe we live in a material age.”
—P.K. Shaw

“A good accountant is someone who told you yesterday what the economists forecast for tomorrow.”
—Sir Miles Thomas