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W C Fields and search terms related to W C Fields are searched via blog search 605 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 50 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about W C Fields, should earn roughly $7 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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Do You Regularly Start Your Day With Laughter So You Can Get It Over With?From Senior Citizens Forum:
Do you regularly start your day with laughter so you can get it over with? Like W.C. Fields?
Answer: I'm like the Pillsbury Dough Boy, I can giggle all day! I especially like it when I say something silly and my husband laughs so hard, his face turns red from laughing. Example: We were at Lowe's, and he sat on a nice wooden outside chair. He asked me how much I thought it cost. I started in the $20s, went lower, until he told me higher. Well that sucker was about $225! I said that for $225, it better do something for his bottom. I guess I can't print what I said, but oh my, he laughed until he cried. lol
How Much Whiskey Does One Have To Drink To Get A Face Like John Booner?From Politics Forum:
How much whiskey does one have to drink to get a face like John Booner? The guy looks drunk all the time, much like a rabid W.C. Fields.
Answer: About 30 gallons of Jack Daniels and 50 gallons of Popover Vodka
Who Said "Marriage Is A Wonderful Institution, But Who Wants To Live In An Institution"?From Quotations Forum:
Who said "Marriage is a wonderful institution, but who wants to live in an institution"? I've seen various versions of that joke attributed to Grouch Marx, W.C. Fields, and Mae West. It seems to have been a recurrent vaudeville joke. It appeared in the 1921 cartoon "Pop", an in one of Mae West's movies. But is it in any of the Marx Brothers' movies? Maybe in one of Groucho's books? Who came up with the joke?
Answer: I thought that it was......but who wants to be committed to an institution
How Does A Woman Find An Honest Auto Mechanic?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
How does a woman find an HONEST auto mechanic? They always try to rip me off. It takes me several estimates before I can make a determination whether they have my safety in mind or their profit Last year three name brand stores told me a brake job would bee $300 - $400. $ 65.00 later I've been driving over a year with no problems. What is it these days? Never give a sucker (female) an even break? I don't think even W C Fields would agree to that.
Answer: Kiddo that is a hell of a good question! Not is is not only women that get the shaft! It is men also. The best way is to find an honest mechanic and stick with him as much as possible. The way to do that is by word of mouth. Talk to other people about him or her! Then get several estimates if possible. Ask them what is wrong with it and get a full written estimate each time. Then compare them. I've been burned myself and I normally do 95% of my own work. Another way is to getting to know people at the parts dealers in the area like Auto Zone, Na pa and O'Relly's they usually know who the good/ honest mechanics are in the area and who not to take your car to.
What Do You Do To Treat Her Like A Lady?From Polls & Surveys Forum:
What do you do to treat her like a lady? What's your temptation to do so? I'm a W.C. Fields fan myself.
Answer: Open the door for her? :p
What'S One Of The Funniest Quotes You'Ve Heard?From Adolescent Forum:
What's one of the funniest quotes you've heard? I found this one funny when my teacher first told the class. “If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it.” ― W.C. Fields
Answer: Can it be by a user? "I don't know, but I heard that no one wants to sleep with you because you have AIDS and raging herpes, along with a floppy blue waffle. Seriously, you'd be better off getting laid if you amputated that thing." ― ω å ℓ ℓ ƒ ℓ ø ω ε я ᴸᴵᵀᵀᴸᴱ♣ᴮᴱᴬᴿ Damn that was funny. She said that on some troll question.
Who Originally Said The Famous Quote "Go Away Kid, You Bother Me"?From Quotations Forum:
Who originally said the famous quote "go away kid, you bother me"? I am pretty sure it was W.C. Fields in one of his movies but I can't find a definite reference to it. If you can tell me where that quote originally came from it would be most appreciated.
Answer: "Go away kid, ya bother me." — W.C. Fields (1880-1946), (William Claude Dukenfield) U.S. actor and comedian - classic line spoken to on-screen nemesis Baby Leroy; films include It's a Gift (1934) and David Copperfield (1935).
"A Woman Drove Me To Drink And I Didn'T Even Have The Decency To Thank Her" Meaning?From Books & Authors Forum:
"a woman drove me to drink and I didn't even have the decency to thank her" meaning? My girlfriend gave me a pint that has this quote engraved on it by W.C. Fields. After hours of pondering what the hell it meant I have confused myself. Does anyone know the meaning behind this quote?
Answer: Women often encourage men to drink due to the stress they cause. W. C. Fields was known to be very fond of alcohol. It was just a bit of wit from one of the comedic geniuses of the Th century. It means that a woman drove him crazy and he took to drink (not true, but it sounds reasonable). The punch line means he should have thanked her for showing him that alcohol was better than she was.
Would Anyone Vote For A Pompous, Arrogant And Prejudiced Man For President?From Elections Forum:
Would anyone vote for a pompous, arrogant and prejudiced man for President? No, that would be a sign he might have more serious defects. Could also be lazy, unreliable or a plain old lush. I am free of all prejudices. I hate every one equally. --W. C. Fields
Answer: W.C. Fields - The last honest candidate. Running on the anti-prohibition party ticket.
Where Do I Apply For Chief Editor For The New Yorker?From Media & Journalism Forum:
Where do I apply for chief editor for the New Yorker? I am an honest man and my intentions would never be ambiguous. I would never show prejudice. I am free of all prejudices. I hate every one equally. --W. C. Fields
Answer: David Rem nick, who by any definition is a brilliant writer and editor, probably would tell you that the job is filled. That's not to say I agree completely with his decision to run the ABM cover.
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