Dorothy Parker was born August 22, 1893. Celebrate this date with a Martini; two at the very most.
Here’s a Parker poem to enjoy as well:
The ladies men admire, I’ve heard,Would shudder at a wicked word.Their candle gives a single light;They’d rather stay at home at night.They do not keep awake till three,Nor read erotic poetry.They never sanction the impure,Nor recognize an overture.They shrink from powders and from paints …So far, I’ve had no complaints.
And a bonus quote:
I’ve never been a millionaire but I just know I’d be darling at it.
My favorite Dorothy quote? “You can lead a horticulture, but you can’t make her think.”
I love that last quote. I think I’d be darling, too!
Good to see you last night and great turnout.
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