SATIETY, n. The feeling that one has for the plate after he has eaten its contents, madam. - Ambrose Bierce
YOKE, n. An implement, madam, to whose Latin name, _jugum_, we owe one of the most illuminating words in our language -- a word that defines the matrimonial situation with precision, point and poignancy. A thousand apologies for withholding it. - Ambrose Bierce
"If you were my husband, i would feed you poison." "If you were my wife, madam, i would take it!
Madam, I have been looking for a person who disliked gravy all my life; let us swear eternal friendship. - Sydney Smith
Madam Kluger, pufoasă, apretată şi cu genele atât de albe încât par pudrate cu zahăr, îmi face un cornet artistic [...] - Rodica Ojog-Braşoveanu
Stop putting off today madam; you'll find that all those forgotten tomorrows have piled up into a bunch of old yesterdays. - Georg
Neatness, madam, has nothing to do with the truth. The truth is quite messy, like a wind blown room. - William J. Harris
Between dainty bites, she told Amie, 'Oh, you simply are as darling a creature as Henry described! I had no idea of your being so grown up! Henry, she is positively frazzleging!' Amie deepened her smile, saying, 'And I had no idea you would be so pretty either, madam. - Jennifer Silverwood
GOOD, adj. Sensible, madam, to the worth of this present writer. Alive, sir, to the advantages of letting him alone. - Ambrose Bierce
WINE, n. Fermented grape-juice known to the Women's Christian Union as "liquor," sometimes as "rum." Wine, madam, is God's next best gift to man. - Ambrose Bierce
Lady Astor: Mr. Churchill, You're drunk! Winston Churchill: Yes, and you Madam, are ugly. But tomorrow I shall be sober.
Nancy Astor: "Winston, you are a drunk!"Winston Churchill: "And you, madam, are ugly. But I shall be sober in the morning."(Reported exchange will Winston Churchill. - Nancy Astor the Viscountess Astor
Madam, I have just come from a country where people are hanged if they talk. - Leonhard Euler