Voices from the Grave

Voices from the Grave

With the death of  Zsa Zsa Gabor there was  the parade of  many of her famous one liners the best of which is “I’m a good housekeeper after every marriage I get to keep the house.” She was married nine times. But this has been the year when celebrities  fell like political forecasts. So  here are a few one liners from the grave .

AA Gill. Asking and American to make coffee is like asking them to draw a map of the world.

Food and  pubs go together like frogs and lawn mowers.

Terry Wogan. Go out and face the world secure in the knowledge that everybody thinks they are better looking than they are as well.

Leonard Cohen. I don’t think I am a pessimist, I think a pessimist is someone who is expecting rain, And  I feel soaked to the skin.

There is a crack in everything thats how the light gets in.

Victoria Wood.  Sexual harassment at work-is it a problem for the self employed?

Gene Wilder. The suspense is unbearable I hope it lasts.

To match the shoes with the jacket is fey. To match the shoes with the hat is taste.

David Bowie. Tomorrow belongs to those who can see it coming.

Ronnie Corbett. Anyone going slower than you is an idiot and anyone going faster is a maniac.

Alan Rickman.  I’ve never been able to plan my life I just lurch from indecision to indecision.

And a couple from the greatest one liner of them all Muhammad Ali.

Its not the mountains ahead  that wear you out its the pebble in your shoe.

Silence is golden when you cant think of a good answer.(Which in his case,in his prime,didn’t happen very often)

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