Satirical quotes from Mikhail Zhvanetsky

Mikhail Zhvanetsky is one of those writers who express their thoughts in laconic, but full-fledged phrases, full of meaning and a satirical view of the world.

  • Thinking is so difficult, so most people judge.
  • If you argue with an idiot, then probably he does the same.
  • History is difficult to enter, but it's easy to get in.
  • In every major person there is something in small print.
  • The optimist believes that we live in the best of the worlds. The pessimist is afraid that it is so.
  • Physical education prolongs life for five years, but these five years must be spent in the gym.
  • Born to crawl - everywhere will crawl through.
  • A clear conscience is a sign of a bad memory.
  • There are no forbidden things, there are things not recommended.
  • Any car will be enough for the rest of your life if you drive quite well.
  • Happiness is to see the toilet and have time to reach it.
  • The most difficult thing for a person is given what is not given to him.
  • Every man is a blacksmith of his own fortune and an anvil of someone else's.
  • Some look brave because they are afraid to escape.
  • People are divided into those who can be relied upon, and those who need to be put.
  • Well, at least five minutes a day think about yourself badly. When people think badly about you, this is one thing ... But about yourself five minutes a day ... It's like thirty minutes of running.
  • Never exaggerate the stupidity of enemies and the loyalty of friends.
  • A decent person can be easily recognized by how clumsily he does meanness.
  • Real loneliness - when you talk all night with yourself, and you do not understand.
  • We do not get confused by anyone - we do not care where we go.
  • The history of Russia is the struggle of ignorance with injustice.
  • Russia is a country of talent. Talents mass - there is nobody to work.
  • Good always wins evil, it means who won, that's good.
  • Life is short. Also it is necessary to be able. You have to be able to leave with a bad movie. Throw a bad book. To get away from a bad person. A lot of them.
  • I used to be afraid that I might be forgotten. Now I'm afraid that I can remember.

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