Quotes of Lounge

“ Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It's not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; it's when you've had everything to do, and you've done it. ”

- Margaret Thatcher

“ The deep, deep peace of the double-bed after the hurly-burly of the chaise-lounge. ”

- Patrick Campbell

“ The evolution of the capitalist style of life could be easily — and perhaps most tellingly — described in terms of the genesis of the modern Lounge Suit. ”

- Joseph A. Schumpeter

“ It is not my wish to lounge about the college and fatten on a fellowship all my days. I am always trying to look upon a college life as a medium not an end. ”

- Thomas Edward Brown

“ The Polo Lounge is like a fine old mink coat: opulent, dignified and warm. ”

- Bryan Miller

“ Life on board a pleasure steamer violates every moral and physical condition of healthy life except fresh air. It is a guzzling, lounging, gambling, dog's life. The only alternative to excitement is irritability. ”

- George Bernard Shaw

“ The lounge of the main hotel is full of jollity, with large comfortable men sitting in braces; the bar is packed with talkative intellectuals, full of witty disloyalties. The next week the main hotel is suddenly full of dinner-jackets and large hats. The girls are dressed as if for a weekend in the country… ”

- Anthony Sampson

“ The clock struck half past two. In the little office at the back of Mr. McKechnie's bookshop, Gordon - Gordon Comstock, last member of the Comstock family, aged twenty-nine and rather moth-eaten already - lounged across the table, pushing a fourpenny packet of Player's Weights open and shut with his thumb. ”

- Eric Blair

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ Its origins are ancient but it burgeons with brash modernity, and it lounges upon its delectable shore, halfway between the Israelis and the Syrians, in a posture that no such city, at such a latitude, in such a moment of history, has any reasonable excuse for assuming. ”

- Jan Morris
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