Sunday, June 18, 2006

The Frictionary # 78

Here is another batch of quotations from The Frictionary:

686. I have always thought of a dog lover as a dog that was in love with another dog. (James Thurber)

687. Going to church doesn't make you a christian any more than going to the garage makes you a car. (L.J. Peter)

688. Bravery is being the only one who knows you're afraid. (Franklin P. Jones)

689. Take my advice; I don't use it anyway. (?)

690. The air is pure in the countryside because peasants sleep with the windows closed. (Eugène Ionesco)

691. 99% of lawyers give the rest a bad name. (Steven Wright)

692. There is more to life than increasing its speed. (Gandhi)

693. Vulgarity is the garlic in the salad of taste. (Cyril Connolly)

694. One finger in the throat and one in the rectum make a good diagnostician. (Dr. William Osler)

695. Magnetism is one of the Six Fundamental Forces Of The Universe, with the other five being Gravity, Duct Tape, Whining, Remote Control, and the Force That Pulls Dogs Toward The Groins Of Strangers. (Dave Barry)

That's all for this week. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. Peace!


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