— Coco Chanel French fashion designer 1883 - 1971
— Agatha Christie, livro Murder on the Orient Express
Murder on the Orient Express (1934), He winked.
— Robert Benchley, Pluck and Luck
"Kiddie-Kar Travel", Pluck and Luck (1925) http://books.google.com/books?id=ODtLAAAAIAAJ&q=%22In+America+there+are+two+classes+of+travel+first+class+and+with+children%22&pg=PA6#v=onepage; also in D.A.C. News http://www.dacnews.com/, September 1923 http://books.google.com/books?id=uLl9ULzkvikC&q=%22Kiddie+kar+travel%22&pg=PA27#v=onepage
„She seemed older to me, over-experienced by travel; needing to be learnt again, and I hadn’t the energy.“
— John Fowles, livro Daniel Martin
Daniel Martin (1977)
„I want to hang a map of the world in my house, and then I’m gonna put pins into all the locations that I’ve traveled to. But first I’m gonna have to travel to the top two corners of the map, so it won’t fall down.“
— Mitch Hedberg American stand-up comedian 1968 - 2005
Mitch All Together (2003)
„These cats drink champagne and toast to death and pain,
Like slaves on a ship talking about who's got the flyest chain“
— Talib Kweli American rapper 1975
Albums, Reflection Eternal (2000), Africa Dream (track 8)
„In the little moment that remains to us between the crisis and the catastrophe, we may as well drink a glass of champagne.“
— Paul Claudel French diplomat 1868 - 1955
Quoted by Claud Cockburn, In Time of Trouble (London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1956) p. 264. Remark to a party of American officials invited to the French Embassy, as the Hoover Moratorium was being agreed in 1931.
„Just as work is the curse of the drinking classes of this country," [Wilde] said laughing, "so education is the curse of the acting classes.“
— Frank Harris Irish journalist and rogue 1856 - 1931
Oscar Wilde (1916) ch. 11.
— Karen Blixen Danish writer 1885 - 1962