"Have children" quote
"Have children while your parents are still young enough to take care of them." is commonly attributed to Rudner. Seems her style. Is it hers? (Added by User:18.104.22.168)
- In the "Rita Rudner" TV show of the 90s, 2nd episode, she says: "I know I want to have children while my parents are still young enough to take care of them". 22.214.171.124 16:40, 18 January 2007 (UTC)
Cereal/puppy chow quote
I've removed the following unsourced quote:
- Once I finally had children I thought I was doing such a great job. Then one morning I looked down at the dog bowl on the floor to see it full of my two-year-old son’s cereal, milk, and a spoon. I then looked at the breakfast table to see my son curiously tasting his breakfast. The bad news is the dog almost choked on the spoon. The good news is, now I save a fortune on groceries because I feed my son puppy chow.
I do so because it is apparently being used to claim plagiarism by another author, as quoted at KarenQuinn.net: "Kibbles and Kids". Although it does sound like something Rita Rudner might have said, a preliminary search on the web revealed nothing resembling anything like this even attributed to Rudner, let alone properly sourced. I plan to check some books and DVDs to see if I can find it. (Okay, so it's also an excuse to indulge in some comedy entertainment, too. Who said Wikiquote has to be all work? ☺) In the meantime, it would help if the editor who added this could cite a reliable source for the quote, if they have one. ~ Jeff Q (talk) 18:48, 14 March 2007 (UTC)
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