Subject: Intelligence » Mind

I am in the prime of senility.

(1706 – 1790) American statesman, author, scientist & inventor

Of all the things I’ve lost, I miss my mind the most.

(1948 – ) English rock vocalist & songwriter

I’m going to speak my mind because I have nothing to lose.

(1906 – 1992) Canadian-born American academic

What a terrible thing to have lost one’s mind… or not to have a mind at all; how true that is.

(1947 – ) U.S. vice president & politician

What sane person could live in this world and not be crazy?

(1929 – ) American writer

He would come in and say he changed his mind… which was a gilded figure of speech, because he didn't have any.

Samuel Clemens (1835 – 1910) author & humorist

The Cardinal is at his wit’s end; it is true… that he had not far to go.

(1788 – 1824) English poet

His mind is so open – so open that ideas simply pass through it.

(1846 – 1924) British idealist philosopher

His mind is so open that the wind whistles through it.

(1918 – 2001) American sportswriter, commentator & actor

A stale mind is the devil’s breadbox.

(1962 – ) American English professor & writer under pen name Eloisa James

I told her the thing I loved most about her was her mind… because that's what told her to get into bed with me naked.

(1955 – ) comedian, actor & writer

I believe in an open mind, but not so open that your brains fall out.

(1891 – 1968) American publisher of The New York Times

If most people said what’s on their minds, they’d be speechless.

fictional mascot and cover boy of Mad, an American humor magazine

I was trying to daydream, but my mind kept wandering.

(1955 – ) comedian, actor & writer

Accident: A condition in which presence of mind is good, but absence of body is better.

Man consists of two parts, his mind and his body, only the body has more fun.

(1935 – ) movie actor, director & comedian

Marge, every time I learn something new it pushes something old out of my brain. Remember that time I learned how to make wine and forgot how to drive?

cartoon character in The Simpsons (Dan Castellaneta)

I don’t know why my brain has kept all the words to the Gilligan’s Island theme song and has deleted everything about triangles.

(1958 – ) stand-up comedian & television personality

They tell you that you’ll lose your mind when you grow older; what they don’t tell you is that you won’t miss it much.


Sir Stafford has a brilliant mind until it’s made up.

(1864 –1945) Anglo-Scottish socialite, author & wit

Pain: An uncomfortable frame of mind that may have a physical basis in something that is being done to the body, or may be purely mental, caused by the good fortune of another.

(1842 – 1914) author & satirist
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