Quote by Source Unknown
It is important to rely on your imagination for your sense of humor and your memory for your truths. Not the other way around.
This quote emphasizes the significance of having a strong imagination for humor and relying on memory for truths. It suggests that humor is more imaginative and creatively driven, requiring one to think outside the box, while truths should be grounded in one's memory and factual recollection. The quote implies that humor should not be limited to the constraints of rigid truths, emphasizing the value of imagination in achieving a more lighthearted and entertaining perspective.
You know, a few months ago, I made a terrible mistake. I realized something, and instead of crushing the thought the moment it came I... I let it hang on, and now I know it to be true. And I'm afraid it's stuck in my head forever. These are the best days of our lives. It's a terrible thing to know, but I know it.