Wendy Cope Quotes & Sayings

14 most famous Wendy Cope quotes and sayings (poet). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

Wendy Cope Quotes
“Bloody Christmas, here again, let us raise a loving cup, peace on earth, goodwill to men, and make them do the washing up.”
Wendy Cope Quotes
“I have a theory that if you've got the kind of parents who want to send you to boarding school, you're probably better off at boarding school.”
“I was single for a long time and felt very much alone in the world, and talk of family values upset me very much at that phase in my life, because I used to think: 'What about people like me?'”
Wendy Cope Quotes
“I think it's a question which particularly arises over women writers: whether it's better to have a happy life or a good supply of tragic plots.”
Wendy Cope Quotes
“I've never been more famous than I was, suddenly, in 1986.”
“I always tell students that writing a poem and publishing it are two quite separate things, and you should write what you have to write, and if you're afraid it's going to upset someone, don't publish it.”
“The interesting thing is that you don't often meet a poet who doesn't have a sense of humour, and some of them do keep it out of their poems because they're afraid of being seen as light versifiers.”
Wendy Cope Quotes
“I like a quiet life.”
Wendy Cope Quotes
“Bloody men are like bloody buses - you wait for about a year and as soon as one approaches your stop two or three others appear.”
Wendy Cope Quotes
“I like buying clothes, especially as I get a tax-deductible allowance.”

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