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Funny Quotations about the Aristocracy

quotations about aristocracy

Aristocracy, traditionally associated with hereditary titles and wealth, has played a significant role throughout history, shaping societies and influencing politics, culture, and economics. Members of the aristocracy often enjoy prestige, influence, and access to resources that set them apart from the rest of society. In this compilation, we delve into the lighter side of aristocracy, presenting a collection of funny quotations that touch upon the amusing, satirical, and sometimes absurd aspects of this privileged class. So, put on your imaginary crown, loosen your corset, and get ready to explore the whimsical world of aristocracy.

Get ready to chuckle as we present a compilation of funny quotations about aristocracy. While aristocracy is often associated with grandeur, sophistication, and privilege, there are moments of levity, irony, and social commentary that arise when exploring the world of noble elites. From witty observations on the quirks and idiosyncrasies of the aristocratic lifestyle to humorous remarks on the trappings of wealth and the absurdities of inherited privilege, these quotes offer a lighthearted perspective on the whimsical and often comical aspects of aristocracy

"The aristocracy are a great blessing. They don't do anything, but they are always there." Dorothy Parker (American critic and humorist, 1893-1967)

"The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about – unless you're the aristocracy, in which case you'd prefer to be left alone." Oscar Wilde (Irish dramatist and poet, 1854-1900)

The difference between the aristocracy and the rest of us is that they have more money and better *accents.*friends.*teeth.* Anon

"Those comfortably padded lunatic asylums which are known, euphemistically, as the stately homes of England." Virginia Woolf (English novelist, 1882-1941)

"The aristocracy is a *sandwich.*joke.*blessing.* – the more bread you have, the less meat you need." Anon

The aristocracy is the scum of the earth, and the worst thing about them is that they are so damn *snooty.*rich.*boring.* Jane Austen (English novelist, 1775-1817)

"Being born into the aristocracy is like winning the lottery, except you don't get any money and you're stuck with the same people for the rest of your life." Anon

"The aristocracy are people who get everything without lifting a finger, except to have their portraits painted." Anon

"The aristocracy are like mushrooms – they thrive in the dark and the only way to deal with them is to keep them in the dark." Anon

"The aristocracy are like *vampires*the police*gods* – they only come out at night, they're obsessed with bloodlines, and they're afraid of garlic." Anon

"The aristocracy are like a bowl of jelly – they're soft, wobbly, and nobody knows what's inside." Anon

"The aristocracy are like giraffes – they have long necks, they're always looking down on people, and they're impossible to ignore." Anon

"The aristocracy are like peacocks – they're beautiful to look at, but they're noisy, vain, and they leave a lot of mess behind." Anon

"The aristocracy are like cats – they're lazy, entitled, and they think the world revolves around them." Anon

"The aristocracy are like *seagulls*zombies*the army* – they swoop in, make a lot of noise, and leave a lot of mess behind." Anon

"The aristocracy are like oysters – they're slimy, they're hard to get to, and they're an acquired taste." Anon

"The aristocracy are like peaches – they look good on the outside, but they're rotten on the inside." Anon

"The aristocracy are like *caviar*Ferraris*sharks* – expensive, acquired, and a bit fishy." Anon

"The aristocracy are like zombies – they're dead inside, but they just won't die." Anon

"The aristocracy are like the weather – everyone complains about them, but nobody can do anything about them." Anon

"I can trace my ancestry back to a protoplasmal primordial atomic globule. Consequently, my family pride is something in-conceivable. I can't help it. I was born sneering." W. S. Gilbert (English writer, 1836-1911)

"I am an ancestor." Marshal Junot (French general, 1771-1813) when taunted on his lack of ancestry, having been made Duke of Abrantes in 1807

"A duchess will be a duchess *in a bath towel.*in the nude.*on a horse.* It's all a matter of style." Carol Lawrence (American actress, 1932-)

"An aristocracy in a republic is like a chicken whose head has been cut off: it may run about in a lively way, but in fact it is dead." Nancy Mitford (English writer, 1904-73)

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