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  • Learn the lines and don't bump into the furniture.
    (Noel Coward)

  • I'm not a heavy drinker, I can sometimes go for hours without touching a drop.
    (Noel Coward)

  • Trust your instincts. If you have no instincts, trust your impulses.
    (Noel Coward)

  • Squash - that's not exercise, it's flagellation.
    (Noel Coward)

  • The sun never sets on Government House.
    (Noel Coward)


  • Never mind, dear, we're all made the same, though some more than others.
    (Noel Coward)

  • There's sand in the porridge and sand in the bed, And if this is pleasure we'd rather be dead.
    (Noel Coward)

  • Work is much more fun than fun.
    (Noel Coward)

  • Someday I suspect, when Jesus has definitely got me for a sunbeam, my works may be adequately assessed.
    (Noel Coward)

  • If you must have motivation, think of your paycheck on Friday.
    (Noel Coward)

  • I refuse to endure months of expensive humiliation only to be told that at the age of four I was in love with my rocking horse
    (Noel Coward)

  • Never trust a man with short legs-his brains are too near his bottom
    (Noel Coward)

  • Consider the public. Never fear it nor despise it. Coax it, charm it, interest it, stimulate it, shock it now and then if you must, make it laugh, make it cry, but above all never, never, never bore the living hell out of it.
    (Noel Coward)

  • There are bad times just around the corner, We can all look forward to despair, It's as clear as crystal From Bridlington to Bristol That we can't save democracy And we don't much care.
    (Noel Coward)

  • There's always something fishy about the French.
    (Noel Coward)


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