You can write the best Valentine Day’s message ever…
Instead of a writing quote this Sunday, here is a quotation that will help you be orginal and witty and sincere (and still sound like you)
Use Woody Allen as a model when writing in a Valentine’s day card today or meeting the light-of-your-life face to face. His character in the film Manhattan talked about what made life worth living
‘Groucho Marx. Willie Mays. The second movement of the Jupiter Symphony. Louis Armstrong’s recording of Potato Head Blues. Swedish movies. Sentimental Education by Flaubert . Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra. Those incredible apples and pears by Cézanne. The crabs at Sam Wo’s . . . and, uh, Tracy’s face.’
This is my version
Eddie Izzard, Mo Farah, Lou Reed’s album Transformer, Leonard Cohen singing Hallelujah, Nordic TV crime, George Orwell’s essays, George Clooney, Nick Cave, the expression on the faces of the man and woman in Rembrandt’s Jewish Wedding, mushroom tapas at that Spanish place in North Street . . . and xxx face.
Your version will be even better. Go on, have a go.
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