Ernest Bramah Quotes

Should the company be chiefly formed of the illiterate and the immature of both sexes, stories depicting the embarassment of unnaturally round-bodied mandarins, the unpremeditated flight of eccentrically-garbed passers-by into vats of powdered rice, the despair of guardians of the streets when assailed by showers of eggs and overripe lo-quats, or any other variety of […]

In three moments a laborer will remove an obstructing rock, but three moons will pass without two wise men agreeing on the meaning of a single vowel.

The province of philosophy is not so much to prevent calamities befalling as to demonstrate that they are blessings when they have taken place.

One learns to itch where one can scratch.