Tag Archives: Humor

#154

George Costanza: “I don’t get art (…) it always has to be explained to me, and then I have to have someone explain the explanation.”

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#149

Woody Allen: “You know how you’re always trying to get things to come out perfect in art, because it’s real difficult in life.”

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#148

Fred Astaire: “One of my main reasons for liking the movies so much was that I did not have to go to my own opening nights.”

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#147

Fred Astaire: “It would have been nice if we could have known beforehand what they knew afterward.” (on critics)

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#137

Gay Talese: “(…) he was exercising an old New Yorker’s privilege – reminiscing.”

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#134

John Cleese: “It was a very short process because we never knew where we were going until we were nearly there.”

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#131

Abbe Niles: “Extend a name to cover everything, and it soon means nothing.”

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