humour

A Quote by Helen Hayes on life, struggle, and humour

The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy.

Helen Hayes (1900 - ?)

Source: Quotable Women - A Celebration

Contributed by: Terrill

A Quote by Glenda Jackson on laughter, humour, and perspective

The important thing in acting is to be able to laugh and cry.  If I have to cry, I think of my sex life.  If I have to laugh, I think of my sex life.

Glenda Jackson

Contributed by: loneturtle

A Quote by unknown on recession, humour, liquidation, listing, and floating

There is nothing new in recession. Thousands of years ago Noah managed to float a limited company when the rest of the world was going into liquidation.

unknown

Contributed by: peter

A Quote by Brenda MacIntyre on life, inspirational message, inspiration, humour, and encouragement

Be the ripple in the water. Or you can be the snowball rolling down the hill, but you might need to stop and build a few snowmen along the way. -- Brenda MacIntyre, December 11, 2007

Brenda MacIntyre

Source: Brenda MacIntyre - December 2007 newsletter

Contributed by: medicinesongwoman

A Quote by Matt Diamond on one hand clapping, zen, and humour

A wise man once asked me, "What is the sound of one hand clapping?" I thought for a minute, then I slapped him across the face. That got him off my back.

Matt Diamond

Contributed by: Wonderer

A Quote by Spike Milligan on humour

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I'Duirt mé leat go raibh mé breoite

( Irish for "I told you I was Ill" )

Spike Milligan

Source: Engraved on Spike Milligans tomb stone

Contributed by: cutflower

A Quote by Jim Marrs on humour

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Your mind is like a parachute : works better open!

Jim Marrs

Source: Jim Marrs UFO Congress 2003

Contributed by: Ipse

A Quote by Garrison Keillor on humour

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They say such nice things about people at their funerals that it makes me sad that I'm going to miss mine by just a few days.

Garrison Keillor (1942 -)

Contributed by: Nicole

A Quote by Terry Pratchett on humour, linguistic, words, picturesque, quaint, and tourist

Picturesque meant - he decided after careful observation of the scenerey that inspired Twoflower to use the word - that the landscape was horribly precipitous.  Quaint, when used to describe the occasional village through which they passed, meant fever-ridden and tumbledown.
Twoflower was a tourist, the first ever seen on the discworld.  Tourist, Rincewind had decided, mean 'idiot'.

Terry Pratchett (1948 -)

Source: The Color of Magic, Pages: 101

Contributed by: abarrach

A Quote by Terry Pratchett on humour, voices, and schitzofrenia

'It's happened at last,' he moaned.  'I'm going out of my mind.'
Good idea said the voice.  It's getting crowded in here

Terry Pratchett (1948 -)

Source: The Color of Magic, Pages: 256

Contributed by: abarrach

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