At a public extent:
Lady Nancy Astor: If I were your wife I would put
poison in your coffee!
Churchill: And if I were your husband I would drink itl
Shortly before George Bernard Shaw' s 1913 may Pygmalion
received its first English performance at
His Majesty' s Theatre in London fort April It, 1914},
Shaw sent: the following telegram to Winston Churchill I
AM RESERVING one TICKETS FOR YOU FOR MY PREMIERE,
COME AND BRING A FRIEND - IF HAVE ONE.
Churchill sent this telegram to Shaw in reply ',
TC) BE PRESENT FOR THE FIRST PERFORMANCE,
WILL ATTEND THE SECOND - IF THERE IS ONE.
Bessie Braddock: Winston, you are drunk, and what' s more,
you are disgustingly drunk.
Churchill: Bessie, my dear, you are ugly, and what' s
more, you are disgustingly ugly.
But tomorrow I shell be sober and you will
still be disgustingly ugly.
Churchill with a young woman:
Churchill: Madam, would you sleep with me for
five million pounds?
Woman: My goodness, Mr. Churchill .r. Well, I suppose ...
we would have to discuss terms, of course MK.
Churchill: Would you sleep with me for five pounds?
Woman: Mr. Churchill, what kind of woman
do you think I am?!
Churchill: Madam, we' already established that.
Now we are haggling about the price.
In the Urinals of the House of Commons,
upon the entry of Clement Attica
Churchill moves to the far end of the room:
Attlee: My dear Winston, I hope that despite being
adversaries in the house, we could be
Friends outside of it.
Churchill: Ah Clement, I have no quarrel with you,
but in my experience, when you see something
that' s big and works well, you tend to want
to nationalise it.
There WILL be a part 2.