Sunday, August 27, 2006

The Frictionary # 88

Here is another page from The Frictionary:

786. Unhappy the land that is in need of heroes. (Bertolt Brecht)

787. In Hollywood, if you don't have happiness, you send out for it. (Rex Reed)

788. Men are not worth much, and women are not cheap. (?)

789. Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. (Robert C. Gallagher)

790. Love is a serious mental disease. (Plato)

791. I'd rather be black than gay because when you're black you don't have to tell your mother. (Charles Pierce)

792. Honor is like a scallop-shell; well scrubbed, it can be reused. (Frédéric Dard (as San Antonio))

793. Hospitals: castles in Pain. (Réjean Lévesque)

794. I adore oysters: it feels like kissing the sea on the mouth. (Léon-Paul Fargue)

795. I love mankind; it's the people I can't stand. (Charles M. Schultz)

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