Thursday, 6 August 2009


The BBC is very good at period drama but not very good at giant rats. (Tom Baker)
If atheism is a faith, then not playing chess is a hobby.
If we can’t play God, who can? (James Watson)
All the world’s a stage, and some of us are stagehands. (John Mortimer)
Life is not Hollywood, life is Cricklewood. (Alan Coren)
Circle dancing is line dancing for pretentious people.
I've been looking for a life, but they all seem to be taken. (Tudor Barker)
Life is cruel - but unjust. (Akki Kaurismaki)
Per ardua ad astra - but I’d rather go by spaceship. (Patrick McDonnell)
Power corrupts. Absolute power is kind of neat. (David Lynch aged 16)
It’s not the despair I mind, it’s the hope. (John Cleese in Clockwise)
He who laughs last has only just got the joke.
Lead me not into temptation – I can find my own way.
Someday, we'll look back on this, laugh nervously and change the subject. (John O’Farrell)
The abuse of power should come as no surprise. (Jenny Holzer)
There are only so many sandwiches and microwaveable soups one can eat before being driven mad. (Leslie Costar)
Humans plan, Hashem ________ (fill in the blank) (Winston Weilheimer)

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