Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Frictionary # 674

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

6266. Language is the apparel in which your thoughts parade in public. Never clothe them in vulgar and shoddy attire. (George W. Crane)

6267. Happiness is the light on the water. The water is cold and dark and deep. (William Maxwell)

6268. The three great ages of humankind are, the stone Age, the bronze Age and the age of retirement. (Jean-Charles)

6269. Everybody should believe in something; I believe I'll have another drink. (W.C. Fields)

6270. Solitude is that human situation in which I keep myself company. (Hannah Arendt)

6271. Chance is the lay form of a miracle. (Paul Guth)

6272. Comedy is an escape, not from truth, but from despair, a narrow escape into faith. (Christopher Fry)

6273. The bed's soft creak as I roll to my side.
What sounds will your body make against mine? (Jessica Jacobs)

6274. Guns don't kill people. George R.R. Martin kills people. (?)

6275. A lie may fool someone else, but it tells you the truth: you're weak.* [Tom Wolfe)
* Message to Donald Trump.

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