Charlotte Bingham Quotes.
I don’t think anyone’s a failure as long as they’re still innocent. Just a little. They may lose everything good in them but as long as they believe just a little in something very small, they’re still innocent. To fail is to lose every bit of innocence.
I think it’s terribly difficult to take sex seriously if you’ve got a sense of humor.
An isolated outbreak of virginity is a rash on the face of society. It arouses only pity from the married, and embarrassment from the single.
The awful thing about being fat is you can’t get away from it. Everywhere you go, there it is; all round you; hanging and swinging, yards and yards of it, under your arms, everywhere. And everyone else is so thin.
I had to face the facts, I was pear-shaped. I was a bit depressed because I hate pears. ‘Specially their shape.
There were tons of bronzed Scandinavian types at the Sorbonne. Marvellously blond and healthy and shining white teeth. Funny thing though, because someone told me that if you actually go to Scandinavia none of the people who actually live there look like that. It’s just a front they put up when they’re abroad.
Giving away a fortune is taking Christianity too far.