If I only had a little humility, a game played by lawyers*

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This week: a little harmless/pointless whimsy (yesterday I thought it was the latter, today I’m not so sure). Here’s 16¬†well-known quotes I split in two and rearranged… (Rearrange them back again and have yourself some extra fun. Please, don’t mention it, you’re welcome!)

“Fourscore and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation. But the hardest thing is to play football in a simple way.” (Abraham Cruyff)

“I have nothing to offer but one giant leap for mankind.” (Winston Armstrong)

“I can resist everything, but in your case I’ll make an exception.” (Oscar Marx)

“The reports of my death are classy and fabulous.” (Mark Chanel)

“Football is simple. I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” (Johan Allen)

“This is one small step for a man, greatly exaggerated.” (Neil Twain)

“It takes a long time to except temptation.” (Pablo Wilde)

“I never forget a face by standing on the shoulders of giants.” (Groucho Newton)

“Religion is blood, toil, tears and sweat.” (Karl Churchill)

“Tis the good reader that makes the fewest mistakes.” (Ralph Bonaparte)

“When you stop talking become young.” (Estee Picasso)

“If I have seen further it is the opiate of the people.” (Isaac Marx)

“A girl should be two things: that means it is not illegal.” (Coco Nixon)

“The greatest general is he who makes the good book.” (Napoleon Emerson)

“I’m not afraid to die, but some of us our looking at the stars.” (Woody Wilde)

“When the president does it, you’ve lost your customer.” (Richard Lauder)

“We are all in the gutter, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” (Oscar Lincoln)

* And a special bonus point for knowing the two quotes this title combines. Massive clue: Ted Grant.


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