To a woman who asked if she had seen him on television:
I don’t know. You can’t see out the other way.
To a Boston Globe reporter who asked if he had any children:
All paternity actions against me thus far have been successfully defended.
To Kenneth Clarke, who said, "Isn’t it terrible about losing to the Germans at our national sport?" when England lost to Germany in the 1990 World Cup Semifinal:
I shouldn’t worry too much; we’ve beaten them twice this century at theirs.
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
1925 — 2013
Graffiti written under more graffiti that said, "Question Authority":
Upon receiving a telegram from a reporter that said, "How old Cary Grant?":
Old Cary Grant fine. How you?
1904 — 1986
Upon being asked by Australian wicketkeeper Rod Marsh, "So how are your wife and my kids?":
The wife’s fine, the kids are retarded.