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Thursday, January 10, 2008

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill had been drinking heavily at a party and bumped into Bessie Braddock, a Socialist parliament member."Mr. Churchill, you are drunk," Braddock said harshly."And Bessie, you are ugly. You are very ugly," Churchill snapped and then after a pause, added: "I'll be sober in the morning."

During an exchange in Parliament, Lady Nancy Astor snarled at Winston Churchill and said: "If you were my husband, I would poison your coffee." Churchill replied: "If you were my wife, Nancy, I'd drink it."

(Source: Chris Lamb, via cagle)


posted by Amine at 12:58 AM |


At 1/10/2008 01:55:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous

LOL, cela me rappelle ce que la dame Bronfman (Seagram) a dit à Mordechai Richler: You've come a long way for a kid from St-Urbain street (rue sur le Plateau à Montréal où s'entassaient les immigrants pauvres) and he replied: You've come a long way for a bootlegger's wife"


At 1/10/2008 10:00:00 AM, Anonymous Onassis

Churchill avait toujours les bonnes répliques. Je suis toujours plié de rire quand on me les cite !!


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