Famous insults from Tony Curtis to Winston Churchill
Bessie Bradock MP: 'Sir, you are drunk.'
Winston Churchill: 'Indeed, Madam, and you are ugly. But tomorrow I shall be sober.'
'It's like being savaged by a dead sheep' – Labour's Denis Healey on being criticised by the Geoffrey Howe in 1978.
Barbara Cartland was asked by a journalist whether class divisions had narrowed in her lifetime. She said: 'Well of course they have, or I wouldn't be talking to YOU.'
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When Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe were filming Some Like It Hot, he said that kissing the actress was 'like kissing Hitler!'