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At a party, a bored young man once complained that he could not bear fools. "How odd," countered Dorothy Parker. "Your mother, apparently, could." Pablo Picasso: Asked why he had none of his own paintings on the wall, he replied, "I can't afford them." Winston Churchill: A critic censures Churchill for ending a sentence with a preposition. Churchill scribbled the man a note: "This is the sort of English up with which I will not put." George Bernard Shaw: Liddell Hart once observed to Shaw, "Do you know that 'sumac' and 'sugar' are the only two words in the English language that begin with 'su' and are pronounced 'shu'?" "Sure," said Shaw. Oscar Wilde: Asked his opinion of a truly awful play, he replied, "The play was a great success - but the audience was a disaster." Groucho Marx: A drunk lurched up to Marx, patted him on the back and said, "You old son-of-a-gun, you probably don't remember me." Groucho snapped, "I never forget a face but in your case I'll be glad to make an exception." James Whistler: A well-known bore tried to engage him in conversation: "You know, Mr. Whistler, I passed your house the other night." "Thank you," said Whistler.
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