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Here’s to Original Quotes, Cheers!
Quotes on Sex, Anger, Business...
Reading a fellow hubber’s (St James) compilation of quotes, I said to myself why not pen some original ones and also ask others to have a shot at it. After all, it is through expressing ourselves on myriad things that we share knowledge and fun. So, go ahead and give us something clever and witty, all your own. Here are my original quotes.
Sex is quantitatively very demanding; it takes at least two to indulge in it.
Sex wins when ‘sleeping with’ and making love’ totally overlap.
When you feel the onset of anger, count to ten and vent it. It will work better.
Business is always rotten; during recession, it just stinks.
Unbroken economic boom freaks one out. Recession restores sanity.
All businesses are constantly in pursuit of excellence. At least, they agree that they are on a wild-goose chase.
Death and God
Between sudden death and protracted illness, I choose the latter. I want to give god a tough time.
Nudity is a real turn-off; it strips you of imagination.
Take all the funny words of the English language. Can you give me one hilarious story like PG Wodehouse has?
America is incredible (whatever that means)!
Political ambivalence is best illustrated by the recent history of America.
False praise alone pleases. He who praises genuinely draws all attention to himself.
After an inspired discourse on freedom, I said to my students: If you have any questions, shoot. One did.
If only all humanity spoke the same language! (We can swap partners easily.)
When I have had enough, I stop spending and let my companions buy me my subsequent drinks.
Declaration of Love
When couples are exhausted, they say to each other: ‘I love you’ and ‘I love you, too’.
Friends and Friendship
True friendship is a life-long probation.
If you like all your friends equally, you really have only one friend: You.
Political Economy, more or less, translates into Expedient Poverty.
Enjoying literature is like reading Dickens on a full stomach.