Still putting out fires and catching up from being gone to Pre-Teen camp last week… There at camp, some of the kids discovered one of my personal dislikes: glitter. Why do we have glitter? I mean, what if that stuff got in your eye?
My wife & kids think I am paranoid about it, but I’ve discovered a host of quotes from famous people that show I’m not alone in my thinking. Consider this small collection…
- “I never met a man I didn’t like, unless he was carrying some glitter.” – Will Rogers
- “Imagination is more important than knowledge, but just a little glitter will make both useless.” – Albert Einstein
- “Truth alone will endure. Well, truth and glitter. You just can’t get rid of that stuff.” – “Mahatma” Gandhi
- “You won’t have Nixon to kick around or throw glitter at anymore.” – Richard Nixon
- “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. And thankfully, no glitter in sight.” – Neil Armstrong
- “All that glitters is not gold. And if it actually is glitter, watch out! You might get it in your eye!” – John Dryden
- “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country… particularly in the area of glitter containment and disposal.” – President John F. Kennedy
Need I say more?