Inspiring quotes by Jerome K. Jerome

Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Jerome K. Jerome

  • I can’t sit still and see another man slaving and working. I want to get up and superintend, and walk round with my hands in my pockets, and tell him what to do. It is my energetic nature. I can’t help it.
  • I don’t know why it should be, I am sure; but the sight of another man asleep in bed when I am up, maddens me.
  • They [dogs] never talk about themselves but listen to you while you talk about yourself, and keep up an appearance of being interested in the conversation.
  • But who wants to be foretold the weather? It is bad enough when it comes, without our having the misery of knowing about it beforehand.
  • It is always the best policy to tell the truth, unless of course you are an exceptionally good liar.
  • Everything has its drawbacks, as the man said when his mother-in-law died, and they came down upon him for the funeral expenses.
  • We must not think of the things we could do with, but only of the things that we can’t do without.
  • It is so pleasant to come across people more stupid than ourselves. We love them at once for being so.
  • I don’t understand German myself. I learned it at school, but forgot every word of it two years after I had left, and have felt much better ever since.
  • Life is a thing to be lived, not spent; to be faced, not ordered. Life is not a game of chess, the victory to the most knowing; it is a game of cards, one’s hand by skill to be made the best of.
Jerome K. Jerome

Jerome Klapka Jerome, commonly known as Jerome K. Jerome, was an English writer and humorist. He was born on May 2, 1859, in Caldmore, Staffordshire, England, and passed away on June 14, 1927, in Northampton, England.

Jerome began his career as a railway clerk and later ventured into journalism and writing. He gained widespread recognition for his witty and humorous works, which often focused on the absurdities of everyday life. His writing style was characterized by clever wordplay, satire, and a light-hearted approach to storytelling.

Jerome’s most famous work is the novel “Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog),” published in 1889. The book recounts the comedic adventures of three friends on a boating trip along the River Thames. It became an instant success and remains one of the most beloved and enduring comedic novels in English literature.

In addition to his novels, Jerome wrote numerous essays, short stories, and plays. He was a prolific writer, covering a variety of topics ranging from travelogues to social commentary. Some of his other notable works include “Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow” (1886) and “Three Men on the Bummel” (1900), which is a sequel to “Three Men in a Boat.”

Jerome’s writing style and humor continue to entertain readers to this day. His works have been translated into multiple languages and have achieved global popularity. Jerome K. Jerome’s contributions to English literature have solidified his place as one of the foremost humorists of his time.

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