The gin and tonic has saved more Englishmen's lives, and minds, than all the doctors in the Empire.— Winston Churchill
Sentimental Gin And Tonic quotations
I exercise strong self control. I never drink anything stronger than gin before breakfast.
A good heavy book holds you down. It's an anchor that keeps you from getting up and having another gin and tonic.
My grammar be's ebonics, gin tonics, and chronic.
I don't know what reception I'm at, but for God's sake give me a gin and tonic.
There's an old man sitting next to me, making love to his tonic and gin.
I really need a gin and tonic.
I work for three or four hours a day, in the late morning and early afternoon.
Then I go out for a walk and come back in time for a large gin and tonic.
Personally, I believe a rocking hammock, a good cigar, and a tall gin-and-tonic is the way to save the planet.
Arthur shook his head and sat down. He looked up. “I thought you must be dead …” he said simply. “So did I for a while,” said Ford, “and then I decided I was a lemon for a couple of weeks. I kept myself amused all that time jumping in and out of a gin and tonic.
It's nine o'clock on a Saturday, the regular crowd shuffles in / There's an old man sitting next to me making love to his tonic and gin / He says, 'Son, can you play me a memory?/ I'm not really sure how it goes / But it's sad and it's sweet, and I knew it complete when I wore a younger man's clothes.'
In Western Australia they don't even know how to make that vital piece of sailboating equipment, the gin and tonic.
I had an Aston Martin phone worth ?15,000 given to me as a present.
I dropped it in a gin and tonic about 15 seconds after opening it.
Part of her doing suicide intervention is my caseworker has to mix me another gin and tonic.
I've never felt scared of flight, ever.
It's really weird. I don't know. They stick a gin and tonic in your hands and I just think, "Life is good!"
I like vodka tonics and gin & tonics.
I also like gimlets. I like things that have sweetness with a bit of a kick.
All the way out I listen to the car AM radio, bad lyrics of trailer park love, gin and tonic love, strobe light love, lost and found love, lost and found and lost love, lost and lost and lost love—some people were having no luck at all. The DJ sounds quick and smooth and after-shaved, the rest of the world a mess by comparison.
I'm hooked on gin and tonics like your mama's Hooked on Phonics.
and then I decided I was a lemon for a couple of weeks.
All over Atlanta that fall, in the blue twilights, girls came clicking home from their jobs in their clunky heels and miniskirts and opened their apartment windows to the winesap air, and got out ice cubes, and put on Petula Clark singing 'Downtown', and sat down to wait. Soon the young men would come, drifting out of their bachelor apartments in Bermuda shorts and Topsiders, carrying beers and gin and tonics, looking for a refill and a a date and the keeping of promises that hung in the bronze air like fruit on the eve of ripeness.
This was a dream. A very bad, bad dream, brought on by liver poisoning from too many gin and tonics. Here it was, a deal with the devil. At what price my soul? He watched me expectantly and threateningly all at the same time. If I said no, I knew what would happen. Save the glass, waitress, I’m drinking from the bottle! Happy hour, with my neck on tap. If I said yes, I’d be agreeing to a partnership with pure evil.