Elaine Dundy Quotes

Top 32 wise famous quotes and sayings by Elaine Dundy

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Elaine Dundy quotes: It's amazing how right you can be about a person you don't know; it's only the people you do know who confuse you. It's amazing how right you can be about a person you don't know; it's only the people you do know who confuse you.
Elaine Dundy quotes: The sensation of being so close to another human being with whom I had not one single sensation in common left me speechless. The sensation of being so close to another human being with whom I had not one single sensation in common left me speechless.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I find I always have to write something on a steamed mirror. I find I always have to write something on a steamed mirror.
Elaine Dundy quotes: It seems to me they're not really happy unless they're at the same time on public display and at their worst. It seems to me they're not really happy unless they're at the same time on public display and at their worst.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I hate champagne more than anything in the world next to Seven-Up. I hate champagne more than anything in the world next to Seven-Up.
Elaine Dundy quotes: The world is wide, wide, wide, and I am young, young, young, and we're all going to live forever! The world is wide, wide, wide, and I am young, young, young, and we're all going to live forever!
Elaine Dundy quotes: I always expect people to behave much better than I do. When they actually behave worse, I am frankly incredulous. I always expect people to behave much better than I do. When they actually behave worse, I am frankly incredulous.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I've never wanted to meet anyone I've been introduced to. I want to meet all the other people. I've never wanted to meet anyone I've been introduced to. I want to meet all the other people.
Elaine Dundy quotes: Tell her next time to look where she's going. Tell her next time to look where she's going.
Elaine Dundy quotes: It was one of those nights when the air is blood-temperature and it's impossible to tell where you leave off and it begins. It was one of those nights when the air is blood-temperature and it's impossible to tell where you leave off and it begins.
Elaine Dundy quotes: As a matter of fact I'd had my hair dyed a marvelous shade of pale red so popular with Parisian tarts that season. As a matter of fact I'd had my hair dyed a marvelous shade of pale red so popular with Parisian tarts that season.
Elaine Dundy quotes: You're not playing the game," he said grimly. "English gossip isn't supposed to get back to the person it's about. You're not playing the game," he said grimly. "English gossip isn't supposed to get back to the person it's about.
Elaine Dundy quotes: He hated so many people I hardly know anyone any more He hated so many people I hardly know anyone any more
Elaine Dundy quotes: I felt my attention wandering off. It generally does at the phrase mere child. I felt my attention wandering off. It generally does at the phrase mere child.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I was merely a disinterested spectator at the Banquet of Life. I was merely a disinterested spectator at the Banquet of Life.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I love you. If you hadn't existed I would have had to invent you. I love you. If you hadn't existed I would have had to invent you.
Elaine Dundy quotes: What's the use of remembering anything? If it was unpleasant it was unpleasant and if it was pleasant it's over. What's the use of remembering anything? If it was unpleasant it was unpleasant and if it was pleasant it's over.
Elaine Dundy quotes: No matter what you do you've got to try to do it well. Otherwise, it's unbearable. No matter what you do you've got to try to do it well. Otherwise, it's unbearable.
Elaine Dundy quotes: To accuse the American male of not bathing in Paris is merely to flatter him. To accuse the American male of not bathing in Paris is merely to flatter him.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I reflected wearily that it was not easy to be a Woman in these stirring times. I said it then and I say it now: it just isn't our century. I reflected wearily that it was not easy to be a Woman in these stirring times. I said it then and I say it now: it just isn't our century.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I had nothing better to do, had I, except recount my money and repaint my finger-nails and die of frustration? I had nothing better to do, had I, except recount my money and repaint my finger-nails and die of frustration?
Elaine Dundy quotes: I thought of sex and sin; of my body and all the men in the world who would never sleep with it. I thought of sex and sin; of my body and all the men in the world who would never sleep with it.
Elaine Dundy quotes: I mean if I don't get started soon, how will I get the chance to sharpen my wits? It takes alot of training. I mean if I don't get started soon, how will I get the chance to sharpen my wits? It takes alot of training.
Elaine Dundy quotes: That's my answer to the question what is your strongest emotion, if you ever want to ask me: Curiosity, old bean. Curiosity every time. That's my answer to the question what is your strongest emotion, if you ever want to ask me: Curiosity, old bean. Curiosity every time.