„I don't jog. I don't think it is good for women. I don't think our bosoms, our innards [or] our ovaries were meant to be jumping up and down. And I can say for the gentlemen, I don't think it's so damn good for your innards too!“

—  Lana Turner, On exercise, quoted on The Phil Donahue Show (1982). .
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