Sunday, November 19, 2006

The Frictionary - Edition # 100

Here is the 100th edition of The Frictionary - a collection of quotations (clever, irreverent, witty, thought-provoking, poetic, stupid, etc.) published every Sunday for your enjoyment.

906. Men are like dogs. Those that are not on leash often are those who are most attached. (Paul Léautaud)

907. Gourmet: glutton with self-control. (Francis Blanche)

908. Journalism is the ability to meet the challenge of filling space. (Rebecca West)

909. Crawford, that's where they insert the rectal thermometer into Texas. (Bill "Spaceman" Lee)

910. Don't worry about what people think; they don't do it very often. (?)

911. There is nothing like wine to remove all worries, it is the hook to fish poems, the broom that sweeps away sorrows. (Wu Cheng'Eng)

912. Remember that there's a big difference between kneeling down and bending over. (Frank Zappa)

913. The rain wets the zebra but does not erase its stripes. (Kenyan proverb)

914. Relationships are like eyebrows. It's better when there's a space between them. (Demetri Martin)

915. The guilty think all talk is of themselves. (Geoffrey Chaucer)

That's all for this anniversary edition. Your comments and suggestions are welcome. Subscribe and receive this weekly blog in your in-box. Have a great week.

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