Quirky Quotes
[ Issue 3 ]

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Quirky Quotes

In Issue 3 our Quintessential Quirky Quotes column features some memorable quips from Herbert Melville, Dorothy Parker, Rev. Sydney Smith, Mark Twain and the ever-fertile mind of Anonymous.

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Quintessential Quirky Quotes


He could charm an audience an hour on a stretch without ever getting rid of an idea.
Mark Twain

On a fine day the climate of England is like looking up a chimney; on a foul day, like looking down one.
Anonymous

I could readily see in Emerson a gaping flaw. It was the insinuation that had he lived in those days when the world was made, he might have offered some valuable suggestions.
Herman Melville

A sentence containing the word 'horticulture'? You can lead a horticulture, but you can't make her think.
Dorothy Parker

When I first saw Brighton pavilion, I thought that St. Paul's Cathedral had come down and pupped.
Rev. Sydney Smith

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