“I'm not overweight. I'm just nine inches too short.”
Shelly Winters (actress)
“My favorite health club is the International House of Pancakes, because no matter what you weigh, there will always be someone who weighs 150 pounds more than you.”
Lewis Black (actor, comedian)
“My husband and I both gained weight after we got married, so we went on a diet together. He lost weight and I didn't. I had to feed him intravenously in his sleep.”
Rita Rudner (Comedian)
“Never order food in excess of your body weight.”
Erma Bombeck (1927-1996)
“The best way to lose weight is to close your mouth - something very difficult for a politician. Or watch your food - just watch it, don’t eat it.”
Edward Koch, former mayor of New York City
“Don't eat too many almonds; they add weight to the breasts.”
Colette (French novelist)
“The dangerous person in the kitchen is the one who goes rigidly by weights, measurements, thermometers and scales. I would say once more that all these scientific implements are not of much use, the only exception being for making pastry and jams, where exact weights are important.”
Marcel Boulestin, chef, food writer (1878-1943)
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