Famous Fake Quotes is a series of quotes I make up and attribute to historical figures, public figures, and celebrities, and then design images for. It can get racy sometimes, so if you’re sensitive to curse words, run away!
It gets racier than that, but I don’t want to overwhelm my more prudish readers. Often, however, it’s just plain silly.
There are plenty more where those came from. I hope you’ll like Famous Fake Quotes on Facebook, scroll through all the images, drop some comments, have fun, and share the images freely all throughout the land.
I write fake definitions and post them on TheWrongDictionary.com. If you’re into satire, humor, mischief, and the occasional blast of profanity, please visit. If you’re a Tumblr user, you can follow the site so you don’t miss any of my definitions.
Those of you for whom English is a second language, I have a tip for you. Actually, this is for everyone, since most people haven’t heard it:
Let me explain. You know how English has all those rules and regulations about grammar and punctuation? Well, they were all made to be broken, bent, scraped, remixed, reengineered, and built back up any way you see fit. It’s just like music.
In music, you toot on a horn, and it sounds like crap. And then you start learning the proper fingerings. You practice scales over and over – and over again. You study theory. You master every rule, every regulation. You embrace every school of thought, from the streets to the top of the ivory tower.
And then you throw it all away and make your own damn rules.