About 2,400 results
|SOCIAL CONTROL AND MORAL REFORM On my study wall there is a framed |
slogan, "Work is the curse of the drinking classes." It is an appropriate text with
which to begin. Within those few words are several ways in which issues of ...
|Work Is the Curse of the Drinking Class: Liquid Lunches, Study Break Benders |
and Lush Leisure Pursuits According to that neighbour's houseguest who spends
his afternoons swinging on a hammock and sipping rum out of a coconut, life is ...
|A Six-Pack a Day Keeps Mediocrity Away I. Work is the Curse of the Drinking |
Class It certainly looked like it was going to be one of those days, you know, a
Miles Davis day. The early morning clouds that were scudding along their
|1966 work Is the curse of the drinking classes a catchphrase that reverses a |
popular cliche UK Attributed to Oscar Wilde. • — Hesketh Pearson, Life of Oscar
Wilde. 1946 • I was beginning to resent the five days when I had to be someplace
|Words of Wit, Wisdom, and Philosophy From the Bottom of the Glass Steven |
Kates ... I have the feeling that drinking is a form of suicide where you're allowed
to return to life and begin all over the next day. ... —Horace “Work is the curse of ...
|It has been said that drink is the curse of the working class. It has also been said |
that work is the curse of the drinking class. And so it stands to reason that a
carpenter taking lunch at the neighborhood tavern usually dines with the damned
|Whoever said drink is the curse of the working class had a point—other classes |
drink as much, but working class people lose more of their lives to alcohol. Of
course the corollary saying, work is the curse of the drinking class, is equally true.
|(Noel Coward (1899-1973) English dramatist) I go on working for the same |
reason that a hen goes on laying eggs. (H.L. Mencken ... (Charlotte Perkins
Oilman (1860-1935) American writer) Drink is the curse of the working class. (1
|Jerome K. Jerome • Work is accomplished by those employees who have not yet |
reached their level of incompetence. — Laurence J. Peter • In order that ... C.
Northcote Parkinson • Work is the curse of the drinking class. — Oscar Wilde (
|The next day Phil was serving drinks to the same customers he had served |
earlier in the week at the Roosevelt. ... In one of the bars in the Channel there is a
banner that reads, “Work is the curse of the drinking class.” Both are very true and