Frank Carson - Quotes

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My wife said to me: 'If you won the lottery, would you still love me?' I said: 'Of course I would. I'd miss you, but I'd still love you.'

My wife said to me: 'If you won the lottery, would you still love me?' I said: 'Of course I would. I'd miss you, but I'd still love you.'

What's the difference between my wife and a terrorist? You can negotiate with a terrorist. ---->>>

So I rang up British Telecom, I said 'I want to report a nuisance caller', he said 'Not you again'. ---->>>

I don't think my wife likes me very much, when I had a heart attack she wrote for an ambulance.

I don't think my wife likes me very much, when I had a heart attack she wrote for an ambulance.

My idea for peace in the Middle East is to go back to the 1966 line, but to build even more houses for the Palestinians, who are a poor people. ---->>>

Have you heard about the Irishman who reversed into a car boot sale and sold the engine? ---->>>

The thirties were troublesome in Belfast, and then of course there was no work for people, and it was terribly religiously divided. ---->>>

I am accusing him of stealing my best material, he was a very funny man. ---->>>

America has only 100 Senators for 309 million people, but Stormont has 108 members for 1.7 million. ---->>>

Most of my jokes are racist - usually about the Irish. ---->>>

People in Northern Ireland vote for their church, they don't vote with their heads; it is ridiculous. ---->>>

It's never occurred to me to worry about my health, or that I'll get old, or that people will stop laughing at me. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Irish
Born: 11-06, 1926
Birthplace:
Die: 02-22, 2012
Occupation: Comedian
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Hugh Francis "Frank" Carson KSG (6 November 1926 – 22 February 2012) was an Irish comedian and actor, best known on television in series such as The Comedians and Tiswas. He was a member of the entertainment charity the Grand Order of Water Rats.(wikipedia)