Youre here: Home » Famous Quotes » Paul Lynde Quotes, Page 2


» Famous Quotes Home

» Quote Topics

» Author Nationalities

» Author Types

» Popular Searches

 Browse authors:

Paul Lynde Quotes

Page 2 of 2
Paul Lynde
June 13, 1926 - January 10, 1982
Nationality: American
Category: Comedian
Subcategory: American Comedian

Politicians... talk in generalities and lies, and I think they've caused all our grief. They're so awful, they're really funny. I hate thinking this because my dad loved politics.


When I said I didn't have a cent, I didn't. I used to get annoyed with people who said they were broke when they had five dollars.


If I ever completely lost my nervousness I would be frightened half to death.


I don't understand why people don't remember my name.


A room is like a stage. If you see it without lighting, it can be the coldest place in the world.


It was the worst moment of my life. The producer came up and talked me back into going on stage.


My kitchen is not a place to live in. I made it white so I can tell instantly if it's not clean-and I like it clean enough to be able to eat off the floors-or the tables, for that matter.


Mothers don't want to pinch me or put me in their purse.


I can't even get three weeks off to have cosmetic surgery.


Learning lines is on my mind until I do know them. I'll read the paper or paint the house to keep from starting to memorize. I've never found an easy way.


Sandwiches are wonderful. You don't need a spoon or a plate!


I was obsessed with being rich and famous.


If I hadn't become a celebrity, I'd probably be an alcoholic.


My following is straight. I'm so glad.


I have this beautiful antique silver wine decanter that I bought at an auction. I always pour wine from that.


I often go on a liquid fast a couple of days a week. I never take just water. Instead, I'll have maybe six glasses of vegetable and fruit juices a day.


I don't know who the hell Paul Lynde is, or why he's funny, and I prefer it to be a mystery to me.


I feel now it's useless to keep hoping. The way things are today, we live in a world that needs laughter, and I've decided if I can make people laugh, I'm making a more important contribution.


Food was a constant topic of conversation in our household.


Page:   1 | 2

Privacy Policy
Copyright © 1999-2008 All rights reserved.