Sunday, April 30, 2006

The Frictionary Post #71

Here is another batch from The Frictionary:

616. If desire leaves, go with it. (Sylvie Laliberté)

617. If a publican is a tax collector, what is a republican? (Anu Garg)

618. What gets most confiscated at Customs? Dignity. (Réjean Lévesque)

619. Time is a drug. Too much of it kills you. (Terry Pratchett)

620. Don't knock voyeurism. American culture wouldn't exist without it. (Dennis Lehane)

621. We have dogs, but we are with cats. (Pierre Foglia)

622. A man who thinks he is smarter than his wife has a very smart wife. (?)

623. History repeats itself because nobody listens. (L.J. Peter)

624. God created man, but I could have done better. (Erma Bombeck)

625. Jesus was a Jew. Yes, but only on his mother's side. (Stanley Ralph Ross)

That's all for this edition. Feel free to send comments or suggestions. Peace!


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