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Read through the most famous quotes by topic #money




Money may not buy happiness, but I'd rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.


Françoise Sagan


#happiness #humor #money #humor

I'd like to have money. And I'd like to be a good writer. These two can come together, and I hope they will, but if that's too adorable, I'd rather have money.


Dorothy Parker


#humor

It's your money or you'll be wearing cement shoes - Peppermint Patty


Charles M. Schulz


#money

As I've already mentioned, 1984 and I were getting on famously. A no-frills setup, run without sentiment, snobbery or cultural favouritism, Airstrip One seemed like my kind of town. (I saw myself as an idealistic young corporal in the Thought Police.)


Martin Amis


#money

Money talks, bullshit walks.


Stephen King


#money #stephen-king #money

Desiring money kills desire. Money kills desire.


André Chamson


#money #money

Speaking of Vaughan, his claim in the Daily Telegraph last week that the story of a senior county pro being offered money to fix domestic matches was 'the tip of the iceberg' did not go down well with one former England captain contacted by the Top Spin. 'I played the game for almost 20 years,' he seethed, 'and I don't know a single player who has been offered money, either for information or to fix a game. To say it's the tip of the iceberg is absolute rubbish.' The fact that the player in question had just registered a mediocre Stableford score of 20 playing off a handicap of 14 had nothing to do, I was assured, with his foul mood.


Lawrence Booth


#match-fixing #michael-vaughan #money

All sins are forgiven once you start making a lot of money.


RuPaul


#money #past #present #sins #thought

Daughters can spend ten percent more than a man can make in any usual occupation. That’s a law of nature, to be known henceforth as ‘Harshaw’s Law.


Robert A. Heinlein


#money #humor

What a pair they were - a Mistborn who felt guilty wasting coins to jump and a nobleman who thought balls were too expensive.


Brandon Sanderson


#humor #money #humor






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