When I laugh as hard as I did, I can’t not-share.
This is from Mental multivitamin, and she has all the correct credits there.
Dorothy Parker was born in New Jersey. Challenged to use the word horticulture in a sentence, Parker, a literary figure known for her “instant wit and cruel humour,” once quipped:
You can drag a horticulture, but you can’t make her think.
I was in fits. Of course, it might not have been quite that funny if I’d read it before I should have been in bed. But I laughed again this morning, so it’s still pretty good.