Francois Rabelais Quotes and Quotations
There are more old drunkards than old physicians.
I never sleep in comfort save when I am hearing a sermon or praying to God.
We always long for forbidden things, k and desire what is denied us.
We have here other fish to fry.
If you wish to avoid seeing a fool you must first break your looking-glass.
Then I began to think, that it is very true which is commonly said, that the one-half of the world knoweth not how the other half liveth.
Nature abhors a vacuum.
Plain as a nose in a man's face.
I never sleep comfortably except when I am at sermon or when I pray to God.
He replies nothing but monosyllables. I believe he would make three bites of a cherry.
Half the world does not know how the other half lives.