England

  • I have to work in England, but here in America you don't have to work. You can sort of enter the profession of being.


    America, England, UK, USA

  • It's written into the Constitution that you're allowed to pursue happiness. In England it would be considered a frivolous objective.


    America, England, UK, USA

  • Brighton looks like a town that is constantly helping the Police with their enquiries.


    England

  • City of perspiring dreams.
    [on Cambridge]


    England

  • According to legend, Telford is so dull that the bypass was built before the town.


    England

  • When a man is tired of London he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford.


    England

  • Try Manchester after midnight and you’ll think that you’ve walked into the ‘Book of Revelations’.


    England

  • Liverpool, though not very delightful as a place of residence, is a most convenient and admirable place to get away from.


    England

  • Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough
    It isn’t fit for humans now.


    England

  • Tell someone that you live or have lived in Leeds and they are quite likely to say, ‘Well it’s easy to get out of’.


    England

  • One has no great hopes for Birmingham. I always say there is something direful in the sound.


    England

  • There is no danger in my getting scurvy while in England, as I have to consume at least two gin and limes every evening to keep the cold out.


    England

  • Other nations use force; we Britons alone use might.


    England

  • What a pity it is that we have no amusements in England except vice and religion.


    England

  • We really like dowdiness in England. It’s absolutely incurable in us I believe.


    England

  • My parents were English. They were too poor to be British.


    England, English