The best Quotes by Philomena Cunk

The best Quotes by Philomena Cunk

Diane Morgan (born 5 October 1975) is an English actress, comedian, television presenter, and writer. She is best known for playing Philomena Cunk on the review programme Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe and in the mockumentary series Cunk on Britain and Cunk on Earth.

Apparently, Islam can be a sensitive topic, and the producers say if I don't follow this script to the letter, there's a chance I'll cause a serious international incident.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 2
The European kings agreed and launched a sort of armed charity drive to forcibly provide the Islamic world with crucifixes. They called it "cruce-aid".
Cunk On Earth - Episode 2
The Dark Ages were a tragedy for human progress that put back the ollout of 5G by hundreds of years.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 2
If you were Christian back then, perhaps the worst place to find yourself was the Colosseum, an area of misery on a par with Birmingham.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 2
Whether or not they think he was the actual son of God who performed miracles like walking on wine or helping a deaf man see, they all agree he preached tolerance and forgiveness, a message so important his most ardent followers would eventually start killing anyone who didn't want to hear it.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 2
Thanks to the volcano we know every-day Romans had grey skin, were totally bald, and spent their time lying around inside their shockingly dusty houses.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
When most first think of the word "empire", we think of the big one: Star Wars! Or Rome. And this is history, so it's Rome.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
Philosophy is basically thinking about thinking. Which sounds like a waste of time, because it is.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
The ancient Greeks invented lots of things we still have today, like medicine and olives. And lots of things that have died out, like democracy and pillars. They also developed culture in the form of yoghurt and theater in all its tedious forms.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
Emojis. Or as the ancient Egyptians who invented them called them: Hieroglyphics.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
Writing changed the world. Suddenly ideas didn't have to disappear just because the person whose head they were trapped in had died.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
Having conquered numbers, humankind moved on to something even more boring: by inventing writing.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1
The wheel allowed people to travel around, trading things. But first, they needed to count how many things they owned. And that led to the tragic invention of maths.
Cunk On Earth - Episode 1

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Is hacking ever acceptable? It depends on the motive.
I've never lost that freelance mentality. You can't take a holiday because you're worried the work will dry up.
In the early '80s, the arcade game Pac-Man was twice as popular as oxygen.
If you're living in a dystopia, you don't necessarily want to look at another one.
If someone doesn't respond to a phone call, I think they've died.
Brexit is a harbinger for Trump, really.
James Royce: "The Christians and the Jews didn't blow up the Capitol or run planes into the Twin Towers. Muslims did."
Emily Rhodes: "No, sir. Extremists did. And persecuting innocent people won't make any of us safer."
Emily Rhodes in Designated Survivor - Season 1 Episode 4
A moderate Islam? That's an objection.
Geert Wilders - March 2008
Well, there are plenty worse places to be than the Old West. I could've ended up in the Dark Ages. They probably would have burned me at the stake as a heretic or something.
Perhaps in time the so-called Dark Ages will be thought of as including our own.
Christians who pray are like pillars that carry the world.
You don't need to go to church to be a Christian. If you go to Taco Bell, that doesn't make you a taco.
"Does that mean," asked Mack, "that all roads will lead to you?"
"Not at all," smiled Jesus, "Most roads don't lead anywhere. What it does mean is that I will travel any road to find you."
The number of "followers" you have does not make you better than anyone else. Hitler had millions, Jesus had 12.
Harvey Dent: "When their enemies were at the gates, the Romans would suspend democracy and appoint one man to protect the city. It wasn't considered an honor, it was considered a public service."
Rachel Dawes: "Harvey, the last man who they appointed the Republic was named Caesar and he never gave up his power."
Harvey Dent: "Okay, fine. you either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain..."
Harvey Dent in Batman - The Dark Knight
All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health. What have the Romans ever done for us?
I'm sorry, but I'm not going to watch The Clone Wars TV series, until I've seen The Clone Wars movie. I prefer to let George Lucas disappoint me in the order he intended.
Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory - Season 2 Episode 8
Star Wars hasn't changed my life at all.
"Put more than one philosopher together and you'll birth an argument," Erlin commented. "A truism I've observed the world over. In fact, I once saw one argue with himself, it got quite violent in the end."
Anthony Ryan in Raven's Shadow - 3: Queen of Fire
Plato is my friend; Aristotle is my friend, but my greatest friend is truth.
The greatest tragedies were written by the Greeks and by Shakespeare. Neither knew chocolate. The Swiss are known for nonviolence. They are also known for superb chocolate.
Greece... the most recent Greek Tragedy.
John Oliver (Last Week Tonight)
You know you're dead to me when I remove the emojis out of your name in my phone.
Pokimane - October 2021
I never feel more Boomer than I do when I'm trying to find what category a specific emoji belongs to.
Sometimes all a girl really needed was a very bad idea.
Great execution is at least 10 times more important and a 100 times harder than a good idea.
Poetry, she thought, wasn't written to be analyzed, it was meant to inspire without reason, to touch without understanding.
A living poem had always been the words that came to mind when he tried to describe her to others.

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