George Plimpton – Punctuation

Quote with a picture of George Plimpton in 1977.

Source image by Bernard Gotfryd: Wikimedia: George_and_Freddy_Plimpton.jpg

“Good swearing is used as a form of punctuation, not necessarily as a response to pain or insult, and is utilized by experts to lend a sentence a certain zest, like a sprinkling of paprika.” — George Plimpton, Paper Lion

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