Who said it? Special summer edition (July 23rd)

I have a special edition of Who Said It? For you tonight, all these quotes are perfect for the hot summer days! Good luck and enjoy!


The people of the State of Texas consist principally of men, women, and children, with a sprinkling of cowboys. The weather is very good, thermometer rarely rising above 2,500 degrees in the shade and hardly ever below 212.

A: O. Henry

B: Mark Twain


I am cruel thirsty this hot weather…. Nothing makes me so excessively peevish as hot weather.

A: Emily Bronte

B:Jonathan Swift


“It ain’t the heat, it’s the humility.”

A: Yogi Berra

B: Babe Ruth


What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps one in a continual state of inelegance.

A: Jane Austen

B: Charlotte Bronte


Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed these quotes.

4 thoughts on “Who said it? Special summer edition (July 23rd)

    1. Close! Surprisingly enough it was O. Henry instead of Mark Twain.
      Here are the quotes with the correct attribution:

      The people of the State of Texas consist principally of men, women, and children, with a sprinkling of cowboys. The weather is very good, thermometer rarely rising above 2,500 degrees in the shade and hardly ever below 212.
      O. Henry

      I am cruel thirsty this hot weather…. Nothing makes me so excessively peevish as hot weather. Jonathan Swift, 1711 (“Journal to Stella”)

      “It ain’t the heat, it’s the humility.”
      Yogi Berra

      What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps one in a continual state of inelegance.
       Jane Austen

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