Best 30 of Gentlemen quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Moosa Rahat

Guys who kiss girls on the forehead are the sweetest and the best gentlemen you can ever have.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Buddhadeva Bose

I will not forgive. I will inflict and invite suffering-all our lives. As Bunni grows up she'll hear from her mother that her father is cruel,capricious, tyrannical person. Bunni won't love me. Everyone will take her side, because she is a woman, I won't be able to say a thing, ever. I will have to keep my mouth shut my entire life. I must maintain my wife's honour. And we call women the weaker sex! How deadly is the strength of frailty, and men-if they're gentlemen- how incredibly helpless!

By Anonym 20 Sep

Molly Friedenfeld

When boys unite hearts they become gentlemen.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Laney Smith

You know what?” he whispered, out of breath, “You’re about to be in a whole lot of trouble. We probably better go.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Molly Friedenfeld

When boys unite hearts with all souls and creatures they become gentle men. When girls unite hearts with all souls and creatures they become gentle women. When humanity unites with the heart of the ONE, an era of peace and love shall return to earth.

By Anonym 17 Sep

George Bernard Shaw

MENDOZA. I am a brigand: I live by robbing the rich. TANNER. [promptly] I am a gentleman: I live by robbing the poor. Shake hands.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Camilla Isley

...he's just so out-of-this-world. They don't make them like that anymore.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Teresa Mama T. Schimandle

Open Doors For Others And Doors Will Open For You" Mama T

By Anonym 16 Sep

Imogen Hermes Gowar

I am cognisant, as those gentlemen are not, that all pleasures have their cost.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ford Madox Ford

A gentleman in those days consulted his heirs about tree planting. Should you plant a group of copper beeches against a group of white maples over against the ha-ha a quarter of a mile from the house so that the contrast seen from the ball-room windows should be agreeable—in thirty years’ time? In those days thought, in families, went in periods of thirty years, owner gravely consulting heir who should see that development of light and shade that the owner never would.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ted Tally

Playing the game means treating your dogs like gentlemen, and your gentlemen like dogs.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gustav Temple

For too long we have been the playthings of massive corporations, whose sole aim is to convert our world into a gargantuan shopping 'mall'. Pleasantry and civility are being discarded as the worthless ephemera of a bygone age; an age where men doffed their hats at ladies, and children could be counted on to mind your Jack Russell while you took a mild and bitter in the pub. The twinkly-eyed tobacconist, the ruddy-cheeked landlord and the bewhiskered teashop lady are being trampled under the mighty blandness of 'drive-thru' hamburger chains. Customers are herded in and out of such places with an alarming similarity to the way the cattle used to produce the burgers are herded to the slaughterhouse. The principal victim of this blandification is Youth, whose natural propensity to shun work, peacock around the town and aggravate the constabulary has been drummed out of them. Youth is left with a sad deficiency of joie de vivre, imagination and elegance. Instead, their lives are ruled by territorial one-upmanship based on brands of plimsoll, and Youth has become little more than a walking, barely talking advertising hoarding for global conglomerates. ... But now, a spectre is beginning to haunt the reigning vulgarioisie: the spectre of Chappism. A new breed of insurgent has begun to appear on the streets, in the taverns and in the offices of Britain: The Anarcho-Dandyist. Recognisable by his immaculate clothes, the rakish angle of his hat and his subtle rallying cry of "Good day to you sir/ madam!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lebo Grand

If more women were willing to be goddesses, I believe more men would be obliged to be gentlemen. In fact, it would just happen naturally.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Toba Beta

I'm a hot..and cool guy.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Martha Macharia

Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the Lord. (Proverbs 18:22 KJV) Gentlemen, Findeth does not mean you try every lady in church or your work place and then choose one of them. It means waiting on God.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ford Madox Ford

He was in a beastly hole. But decency demanded that he shouldn't act in panic. He had a mechanical, normal panic that made him divest himself of money. Gentlemen don't earn money. Gentlemen, as a matter of fact, don't do anything. They exist. Perfuming the air like Madonna lilies. Money comes into them as air through petals and foliage. Thus the world is made better and brighter. And, of course, thus political life can be kept clean!... So you can't make money.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Hal Duncan

Civility and etiquette, gentlemen, are all important.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alessandra Torre

Gentlemen are a dying breed. Do your part to help out by supporting them sexually.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Robert Barr

The old squire died as a gentleman should, of apoplexy, in his armchair, with a decanter at his elbow. ("The Vengeance Of The Dead")

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gabriellyn Gidman

Gentlemen always walk ladies home.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jane Austen

Her husband was really deserving of her; independent of his peerage, his wealth, and his attachment, being to a precision the most charming young man in the world. Any further definition of his merits must be unnecessary; the most charming young man in the world is instantly before the imagination of us all.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Taking good care of your husband or wife is the best way to thank their parent or parents for having taken good care of them.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ian Rankin

Sometimes I think we're all gentlemen of the road. It's just that most of us haven't got the courage to take that first step.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ada Palmer

I don’t like boys.” I shook my head. “That’s no impediment to them. Madame raised gentlemen of both sexes.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Most insensible, corrupt, cheap, disrespectful young girls run after bad, rude, cocky, nonsensical boys, but a mature, educated, thoughtful, virtuos lady opts for a wise, well breed, experienced, humble, modest gentleman.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Gustav Temple

The Dandy is the highest form of existence attainable by the human form. His life is exclusively dedicated to dressing exquisitely, parading about the fashionable boroughs of splendid cities and and holding forth at his club, where he dispenses witticism as readily as the vulgaroisie utters its banal platitudes. The only species of 'work' this singular Chap might engage in would consist of discussing buttonhole stitching with his tailor and performing his ablutions until the morning has been well aired enough for him to step into it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Oliver Oyanadel

A gentleman by definition is a man who makes everyone around him feel comfortable. Arrogance who only thinks of himself without considering the needs of others is the opposite of a gentleman. They can both be wealthy, they don't have to be, but they cannot both be gentlemen.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lionel Trilling

Orwell clung with a kind of wry, grim pride to the old ways of the last class that had ruled the old order. He must sometimes have wondered how it came about that he should be praising sportsmanship and gentlemanliness and dutifulness and physical courage. He seems to have thought, and very likely he was right, that they might come in handy as revolutionary virtues.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tiffany Reisz

I think a gentleman respects women and doesn’t pretend to know better than his lady what is good or bad for her. I think a gentleman is brave enough to eschew the silly rules society tries to enforce on women. I think a gentleman tells the world to mind its own business and concerns himself only with what he and the lady in his life want to do together in private.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Anne Fadiman

-the men were found to have left behind their guns but to have lugged such essentials as monogrammed silver cutlery, a backgammon board, a cigar case, a clothes brush, a tin of buttons polish, and a copy of 'The Vicar of Wakefield.' These men may have been incompetent bunglers, but, by God, they were gentlemen.