Sunday, March 25, 2007

The Frictionary # 118

Here is another page from The Frictionary:

1086. A celibate clergy is an especially good idea, because it tends to suppress any hereditary propensity toward fanatism. (Carl Sagan)

1087. (T)he meaning of life? (...) : parole is out of the question. (Johnny Hart)

1088. Happiness is sorrow resting. (Léo Ferré)

1089. Experience is a comb nature gives us when we are bald. (Judith Stern*)
* This quotation is sometimes given as a Belgian proverb.

1090. 'Z' is just an 'S' with a stick up its butt. (Tom Robbins)

1091. Gravity isn't easy, but it's the law. (?)

1092. The great god Ra whose shrine once covered acres
Is filler now for crossword-puzzle makers. (Keith Preston)

1093. Indifference is a dish best served cold but eaten by many at the same time. (Nathalie Petrowski)

1094. Saying "time heals all" is like expecting time to fill a flat tire with air. (Réjean Lévesque*)
* Paraphrasing Russell Friedman and John W. James.

1095. Men should be like Kleenex, soft, strong, and disposable. (Cher)

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