Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Frictionary # 264

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

2556. One should try everything once, except incest and folk dancing. (Arnold Bax)

2557. Nature (...) is an infinite sphere of which the center is everywhere and the circumference nowhere. (Blaise Pascal)

2558. - It must be lonely at the top. - But it's a great place for keeping an eye on all of your enemies. (Bob Thaves)

2559. Coffee in England is just toasted milk. (Christopher Fry)

2560. The God of the Christians is a father who makes much of his apples, and very little of his children. (Denis Diderot)

2561. Not far from the invention of fire must rank the invention of doubt. (Thomas Henry Huxley)

2562. Cleanliness is the poor man's luxury. (Francis Picabia)

2563. Women would rather be right than reasonable. (Ogden Nash)

2564. Conscience: faults alarm. (?)

2565. What is evil, if not good tortured by its own hunger and its own thirst. (Kahlil Gibran)

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