Quotations by Anita Loos
Displaying 1 through 12
Born: Wednesday, April 26, 1893
Died: Tuesday, August 18, 1981 (88 years old)
Does this boat go to Europe, France?
(Keywords: Europe, France)
Fate keeps on happening.
Gentlemen prefer blondes.
I always think that the most delightful thing about traveling is to always be running into Americans and to always feel at home.
(Keywords: Home, Americans, Running, Traveling)
I once witnessed more ardent emotions between men at an Elks' Rally in Pasadena than they could ever have felt for the type of woman available to an Elk.
(Keywords: Men, Emotions, Woman)
I really think that American gentlemen are the best after all, because kissing your hand may make you feel very good but a diamond and a sapphire bracelet lasts forever.
(Keywords: American, Gentlemen, Kissing, May)
Memory is more indelible than ink.
On a plane you can pick up more and better people than on any other public conveyance since the stagecoach.
(Keywords: People, Public)
Pleasure that isn't paid for is as insipid as everything else that's free.
Show business is the best possible therapy for remorse.
(Keywords: Business, Remorse, Therapy)
The rarest of all things in American life is charm. We spend billions every year manufacturing fake charm that goes under the heading of public relations. Without it, America would be grim indeed.
(Keywords: Life, America, American, Charm, Manufacturing, Public)
There's nothing colder than chemistry.