The Wit Makes Fun Of Other Persons The Satirist Makes Fun Of The World The Humorist Makes Fun Of Himself, But In So Doing, He Identifies Himself With People--that Is, People Everywhere, Not For The Purpose Of Taking Them Apart, But Simply Revealing Their True Nature.
~ James Thurbe
Flying May Not Be All Plain Sailing, But The Fun Of It Is Worth The Price.
~ Amelia Earhart
The Saying Getting There Is Half The Fun Became Obsolete With The Advent Of Commercial Airlines.
~ Henry J. Tillman
We Find Greatest Joy, Not In Getting, But Expressing What We Are. Men Do Not Really Live For Honors Or For Pay; Their Gladness Is Not In The Taking And Holding, But In The Doing, The Striving, The Building, The Living. It Is A Higher Joy To Teach Than To Be Taught. It Is Good To Get Justice, But Better To Do It; Fun To Have Things, But More To Make Them. The Happy Man Is He Who Lives The Life Of Love, Not For The Honors It May Bring, But For The Life Itself.
~ R. J. Baughan
Never Put Off Till Tomorrow The Fun You Can Have Today.
~ Aldous Huxley
It Is Fun To Be In The Same Decade With You.
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt, in a letter to Winston Churchill
There Is No Such Thing As Fun For The Whole Family.
~ Jerry Seinfeld
Leave It To A Girl To Take The Fun Out Of Sex Discrimination.
~ Bill Watterson, Calvin in "Calvin and Hobbes"
People Think It Would Be Fun To Be A Bird Because You Could Fly. But They Forget The Negative Side, Which Is The Preening.
~ Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
It Was Not Their Irritating Assumption Of Equality That Annoyed Nicholai So Much As Their Cultural Confusions. The Americans Seemed To Confuse Standard Of Living With Quality Of Life, Equal Opportunity With Institutionalized Mediocrity, Bravery With Courage, Machismo With Manhood, Liberty With Freedom, Wordiness With Articulation, Fun With Pleasure - In Short, All Of The Misconceptions Common To Those Who Assume That Justice Implies Equality For All, Rather Than Equality For Equals.
~ Trevanian from the novel "Shibumi"
Are We Having Fun Yet.
~ Carol Burnett
If A Man Insisted Always On Being Serious, And Never Allowed Himself A Bit Of Fun And Relaxation, He Would Go Mad Or Become Unstable Without Knowing It.
~ Herodotus, The Histories of Herodotus