15 Excellent put-downs by famous Men! - Three

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Saturday, 19 May 2012

15 Excellent put-downs by famous Men! - Three

1)
Groucho Marx (about his brother, Chico)
There were three things that Chico was always on - a phone, a horse, or a broad!

2)
John Simon (about Walter Matthau)
He looked like a half-melted rubber bulldog, but I like him!

3)
Alan Brien (about Steve McQueen)
His features resembled a fossilized wash rag.

4)
Frank Sinatra (about Robert Redford)
Well at least he has finally found his true love, what a pity he can't marry himself.

5)
Clive James
Arnold Schwarzenegger looks like a condom full of walnuts.

6)
Fintan O'Toole, film critic, (about Quentin Tarantino)
He has the vocal modulation of a railway-station announcer, the expressive power of a fence-post and the charisma of a week-old head of lettuce.

7)
Clive James (about John McEnroe)
McEnroe was as charming as always, which means that he was as charming as a dead mouse in a loaf of bread!

8)
Bob Hill (about Dennis Rodman, 1995)
Beyond the hair, tattoos and earrings, he's just like you and me.

9)
Charles Barkley (about Dennis Rodman, 1997)
Dennis has become like a prostitute, but now it's gotten ridiculous, to the point where he will do anything humanly possible to make money.

10)
Bob Costas (about Dennis Rodman)
He has so many fish hooks in his nose, he looks like a piece of bait.

11)
Keith Richards (about Chuck Berry)
I love his work but I couldn't warm to him even if I was cremated next to him.

12)
David Bowie
I think Mick Jagger would be astounded and amazed if he realized to how many people he is not a sex symbol but a mother image.

13)
Fred Schuers (about Fabian)
The instant asphalt Elvis from Philadelphia.

14)
Charles Baudelaire (about Richard Wagner)
I love Wagner, but the music I prefer is that of a cat hung by its tail outside a window and trying to stick to the panes of glass with its claws!

15)
Tony Palmer (about Richard Wagner)
Wagner was a monster. He was anti-Semitic on Mondays and vegetarian on Tuesdays. On Wednesday he was in favor of annexing Newfoundland, Thursday he wanted to sink Venice, and Friday he wanted to blow up the pope.

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