Far Out Friday: School lives of the rich and famous

Far Out Friday: School lives of the rich and famous

From the famous to the infamous, almost everyone has spent their formative years in school. And for some legendary wits, it left a lasting impression.

“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” – Mark Twain

“My school days were the happiest days of my life; which should give you some indication of the misery I’ve endured over the past twenty-five years.” – Paul Merton

“I took a test in Existentialism. I left all the answers blank and got 100.” – Woody Allen

“My school was so tough the school newspaper had an obituary section.” – Norm Crosby

“Smartness runs in my family. When I went to school I was so smart my teacher was in my class for five years.” – Gracie Allen

“I’m not going to buy my kids an encyclopaedia. Let them walk to school like I did.” – Yogi Berra

“In elementary school, in case of fire you have to line up quietly in a single file line from the smallest to the tallest. What is the logic? Do tall people burn slower?” – Warren Hutcherson

“You learn something every day if you pay attention.” – Ray LeBlond

“In youth we learn; in age we understand.” – Von Ebner-Eschenbach

“If there were no schools to take the children away from home part of the time, the insane asylums would be filled with mothers.” – Edgar W. Howe

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