Keyword: Gossip

Some say our national pastime is baseball. Not me… it's gossip.

(1927 – 1996) columnist & humorist

Don't talk about yourself; it will be done when you leave.

(1876 – 1933) screenwriter

The most powerful force in the universe is gossip.

(1947 – ) American columnist & humorist

It isn't what they say about you, it's what they whisper.

(1909 – 1959) Australian-born American actor

She’s got tongue enough for 10 rows of teeth.

A gossip columnist is someone who uses dirt to make a mountain out of a molehill.

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

Gossip: Hearing something you like about someone you don’t.

(1907 – 1987) journalist & columnist

If you can't say anything good about someone, sit right here by me.

(1884 – 1980) author & wit

Gossip is just news running ahead of itself in a red satin dress.

(1923 – ) American journalist & gossip columnist

Gossip is the art of saying nothing in a way that leaves practically nothing unsaid.

(1897 – 1972) broadcast journalist & gossip columnist

I usually get my stuff from people who promised somebody else that they would keep it a secret.

(1897 – 1972) broadcast journalist & gossip columnist

Gossip is nature’s telephone.

(Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich) (1859 – 1916) Jewish author & humorist

No one gossips about other people's secret virtues.

(1872 – 1970) British philosopher, mathematician, historian & social critic

A gossip is someone who talks to you about others, a bore is someone who talks to you about himself, and a brilliant conversationalist is one who talks to you about yourself.

(1925 – 1990) American actor

Gossip: Anything that goes in one ear and over the back fence.

I believe in talking behind peoples’ backs; that way, they hear it more than once.

(1950 – ) writer & humorist

Names were not so much dropped as thrown in a perpetual game of catch.

(1908 – 1992) English actor

Gossip: One with a keen sense of rumor.

Gossip: Something negative that is developed and then enlarged.

Getting talked about is one of the penalties for being pretty, while being above suspicion is about the only compensation for being homely.

(1868 – 1930) cartoonist, humorist & journalist

In Hollywood now when people die they don’t say, “did he leave a will?” but “did he leave a diary.”

(1946 – ) American actress & singer













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