Quotes and Random Questions

  1. ‘All the world’s a stage, and men and women merely players…………..’

Iceberg Slim the American pimp

  1. ‘Stay away from negative people, they have a problem for every solution.’.

Gilbert Gottfried American comedian

  1. ‘I’m not overweight, I’m just nine inches too short.’

Kathy Bates actress

  1. ‘A lie told often enough becomes the truth’

I am pretty sure this was Trump.

  1. ‘The only reason people are nice to me is because I have more money than God’

Bill Gates

  1. What is a gramophone?

This was the clamshell design cellphone that was around before the flip phone became popular.  I remember that I lost mine one day when I was walking my dog and my neighbor found it and he thought that it was a turtle.

  1. Where will you find a giblet?

This would be found in an upscale bar, as it is a cocktail made of gin and lime juice, that you drink while wearing a bib, thus it is very much like a gimlet, but the bib is issued in case you want to eat some lobster.

  1. What makes corn pop?

I usually put mine in a microwave, but if you have jiffy pop you can pop it on the stove.

  1. What is a meme?

This is an idea that body motions, without speech constitutes art.

10. What is meant by lollygag?

This is what happens if you deep throat a lollypop.

Written for Di’s Fibbing Friday.

19 thoughts on “Quotes and Random Questions

  1. #4… IIRC, the actual quote dates from a novel in 1869, “The Crown of a Life” by Isa Blagden but someone else could easily have said something like it earlier and been lost from history. There is no doubt in my mind that Lenin and Goebbels and maybe even Trump have believed this, along with every other tin-pot dictator, marketing director, and minister of propaganda who ever lived – even if they didn’t explicitly say it.

    “If a lie is only printed often enough, it becomes a quasi-truth, and if such a truth is repeated often enough, it becomes an article of belief, a dogma, and men will die for it.”

    It is a commentary on human weakness.

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