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Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Red Skelton: There are three signs of old age: loss of memory ... I forget the other There are three signs of old age: loss of memory ... I forget the other two. — Red Skelton
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Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Richard Ayoade: I was directing before I started doing 'The IT Crowd.' It wasn't something that led I was directing before I started doing 'The IT Crowd.' It wasn't something that led on after acting I guess. I was sort of doing this stuff before acting. — Richard Ayoade
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Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Miyavi: It feels like guitarists are samurais. You know, I'm playing a guitar, instead of a It feels like guitarists are samurais. You know, I'm playing a guitar, instead of a katana! — Miyavi
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Tony Blair: Examine the legacy that we inherited and what we did. We had boom-and-bust economics and Examine the legacy that we inherited and what we did. We had boom-and-bust economics and a doubled national debt. — Tony Blair
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Alfred Lansing: No matter what the odds, a man does not pin his last hope for survival No matter what the odds, a man does not pin his last hope for survival on something and then expect that it will fail. — Alfred Lansing
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Ciaran Hinds: When I was young I read 'L'Etranger' by Camus, and it made me aware of When I was young I read 'L'Etranger' by Camus, and it made me aware of the strangeness of life. — Ciaran Hinds
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Karen Rose: Often, people take herbal medicines for a physical response, but what they find is that Often, people take herbal medicines for a physical response, but what they find is that the body also responds in an emotional way to the plant medicine that they're taking. — Karen Rose
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Reginald Horace Blyth: The establishment of inner harmony is to be attained neither in the past nor in The establishment of inner harmony is to be attained neither in the past nor in the future, but where the past and future meet, which is the now. When you have attained that point, neither future nor past, neither birth nor death, neither time nor space exist. It is that NOW which is liberation, which is perfect harmony, to which the men of the past and the men of the future must come. — Reginald Horace Blyth
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Pope John Paul II: Self-control is not needed because the body is evil - the truth is just the Self-control is not needed because the body is evil - the truth is just the opposite. The body should be controlled with honor because it is worthy of honor. — Pope John Paul II
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Harper Lee: Finch kept his house militarily spotless, but books tended to pile up wherever he sat Finch kept his house militarily spotless, but books tended to pile up wherever he sat down, and because it was his habit to sit down anywhere he got ready, there were small stacks of books in odd places about the house that were a constant curse to his cleaning woman. He would not let her touch them, and he insisted on apple-pie neatness, so the poor creature was obliged to vacuum, dust, and polish around them. One unfortunate maid lost her head and lost his place in Tuckwell's Pre-Tractarian Oxford, and Dr. Finch shook a broom at her. — Harper Lee
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Jamais Cascio: The reality is that de-carbonisation is not happening fast enough. The reality is that de-carbonisation is not happening fast enough. — Jamais Cascio
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Morgan Matson: I'd found out that when you're never going to see someone again, it's not the I'd found out that when you're never going to see someone again, it's not the good-bye that matters. What matters is that you're never going to be able to say anything else to them, and you're left with an eternal unfinished conversation. — Morgan Matson
Funny Irish Pub Sayings By Tom Araya: I read a book recently by a psychiatrist who was able to interview a few I read a book recently by a psychiatrist who was able to interview a few serial killers and she had a thesis on how you could figure these people out. And she thinks that there are things that could tell you whether someone has the potential to do that. — Tom Araya