Olivia Mary de Beauvoir de Havilland Quote
“I would prefer to live forever in perfect health, but if I must at some time leave this life, I would like to do so ensconced on a chaise longue, perfumed, wearing a velvet robe and pearl earrings, with a flute of champagne beside me and having just discovered the answer to the last problem in a British cryptic crossword. ”
Other languages for this quote
Mi piacerebbe vivere per sempre in perfetta salute, ma prima o poi dovrò lasciare questa vita e per quando succederà mi piacerebbe essere rannicchiata su una chaise longue, profumata, con addosso una vestaglia di velluto e degli orecchini di perla, un calice di champagne a fianco e la soluzione di un difficile cruciverba a portata di mano.
“- Chris Porter: Well sir, you look real good.
- Al Haynes: I tell you, it sure beats rigor mortis.”
“It's strange I should be dead? I was young and healthy and I felt swell when I went to bed! So, why did I die?”
“At least she died healthy.”
“- Dr. Bronson: I'm afraid I have some bad news. Your boy is very sick. He's lost a massive amount of blood, and his pulse and retinal response are poor, and as you can see there's an axe sticking out of his head.
- Big Chuck: He's not sick, you idiot, he's dead!
- Dr. Bronson: Oh, everybody's a doctor. You think maybe I could make the diagnosis?”
“- Mr. Dingle: You know son... your mother and I, and the ambulance driver, and the coroner, and the embalmer, we're all pretty much convinced that you were dead.
- Johnny: I got better.
- Mr. Dingle: Well, welcome home, son.”