20th-century Screenwriter Quotes
On how to make a toast for breakfast:Brown for first course, white for pudding. Brown's the savory and white's the treat.
To Christopher Isherwood who had caught a bad cold and was saying apologetically that he should have cancelled their meeting:My dear Christopher, any cold of yours is a cold of mine.
Before Me you are a slug in the sun. You are privy to a great Becoming and you recognize nothing. You are an ant in the after-birth.It is in your nature to do one thing correctly: before Me you rightly tremble. Fear is not what you owe Me, Lounds, you and the other pismires. You owe Me awe.
A bug is nothing! A bug does not exist. The word has no meaning. It's only used out of ignorance or malice. You know what a bug is? A bug is a colloquialism which has no basis in reality. Insects include a wide variety of living creatures that fly and crawl, but none of them can be called a bug!