Loathsome Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
sport-is-loathsome-dangerous-pursuit-barry-humphries
our-actions-must-clothe-us-with-immortality-loathsome-glorious-charles-caleb-colton
my-wounds-fester-are-loathsome-because-my-sinful-folly-psalm-385
there-was-always-grandeur-nobility-in-my-megalomania-and-also-something-cheap-loathsome-that-i-could-not-help-pat-conroy
my-breath-is-offensive-to-my-wife-i-am-loathsome-to-my-own-brothers
the-world-i-live-in-is-loathsome-to-me-but-i-feel-one-with-men-who-suffer-in-it-albert-camus
for-my-loins-are-filled-with-a-loathsome-disease-and-there-is-no-soundness-in-my-flesh
to-all-those-who-walk-the-path-of-human-cooperation-war-must-appear-loathsome-and-inhuman
all-our-afflictions-all-our-temptations-are-to-make-heaven-more-desirable-earth-more-loathsome-george-whitefield
that-obama-creature-loathsome-individual-he-couldnt-stand-our-country
i-think-michael-moore-is-loathsome-though-not-because-he-dislikes-bush-but-because-he-seems-to-dislike-america-tucker-carlson
if-there-is-one-beast-in-all-loathsome-fauna-civilization-i-hate-despise-it-is-man-world-henry-arthur-jones
it-is-easy-not-to-believe-in-monsters-considerably-more-difficult-to-escape-their-dread-loathsome-clutches-stanislaw-lem
it-is-easy-not-to-believe-in-monsters-considerably-more-difficult-to-escape-their-dread-loathsome-clutches-stanisaw-lem
my-flesh-is-clothed-with-worms-and-clods-of-dust-my-skin-is-broken-and-become-loathsome
the-horror-wedlock-most-appalling-most-loathsome-all-bonds-humankind-has-devised-for-its-own-discomfort-degradation-marquis-de-sade
heroism-on-command-senseless-violence-and-all-the-loathsome-nonsense-that-goes-by-the-name-of-patriotism-how-passionately-i-hate-them
the-sweetest-honey-is-loathsome-in-its-own-deliciousness-and-in-taste-destroys-appetite-therefore-love-moderately-william-shakespeare
there-is-thy-gold-worse-poison-to-mens-souls-doing-more-murder-in-this-loathsome-world-than-these-poor-compounds-that-thou-mayst-not-sell-william-shakespeare
hermione-you-you-foul-loathsome-evil-little-cocroach-ron-hermione-no-hes-no-worth-it-jk-rowling
in-some-situations-i-was-difficult-in-odd-moments-impossible-in-rare-moments-loathsome-but-at-my-best-unapproachably-great-oscar-levant
avoid-alcohol-as-you-would-loathsome-disease-beer-will-do-to-you-what-hard-liquor-will-do-each-contains-alcohol-in-varying-amounts-gordon-b-hinckley
crime-what-crime-my-killing-loathsome-harmful-louse-filthy-old-moneylender-woman-you-call-that-crime-fyodor-dostoyevsky
of-all-noxious-animals-most-noxious-is-tourist-and-all-tourists-most-vulgar-illbred-offensive-loathsome-is-british-tourist-francis-kilvert
fun-i-love-but-too-much-fun-is-of-all-things-the-most-loathsome-mirth-is-better-than-fun-and-happiness-is-better-than-mirth
valuable-ingenious-he-might-be-thought-jack-fixing-him-with-his-glass-but-false-he-was-too-perjured-he-had-voluntarily-sworn-to-have-no-truck-with-vampires-here-attached-to-his-b
If I beat my grandmother to death to-morrow in the middle of Battersea Park, you may be perfectly certain that people will say everything about it except the simple and fairly obvious fact that it is wrong. Some will call it insane; that is, will accuse it of a deficiency of intelligence. This is not necessarily true at all. You could not tell whether the act was unintelligent or not unless you knew my grandmother. Some will call it vulgar, disgusting, and the rest of it; that is, they will accuse it of a lack of manners. Perhaps it does show a lack of manners; but this is scarcely its most serious disadvantage. Others will talk about the loathsome spectacle and the revolting scene; that is, they will accuse it of a deficiency of art, or e¦sthetic beauty. This again depends on the circumstances: in order to be quite certain that the appearance of the old lady has definitely deteriorated under the process of being beaten to death, it is necessary for the philosophical critic to be quite certain how ugly she was before. Another school of thinkers will say that the action is lacking in efficiency: that it is an uneconomic waste of a good grandmother. But that could only depend on the value, which is again an individual matter. The only real point that is worth mentioning is that the action is wicked, because your grandmother has a right not to be beaten to death. But of this simple moral explanation modern journalism has, as I say, a standing fear. It will call the action anything else-mad, bestial, vulgar, idiotic, rather than call it sinful.

G.K. Chesterton