No one in the world needs a mink coat but a mink.— Murray Banks
Strong Mink Coats quotations
Nobody really needs a mink coat... Except the mink.
The trick of wearing mink is to look as though you were wearing a cloth coat.
The trick of wearing a cloth coat is to look as though you are wearing mink.
Nobody needs a mink coat but the mink.
I may not have been wearing a mink coat, but I was traveling with a dog.
That should have made you think I was an actress!
Minks are mean little critters. Vicous, horrible little animals who eat their own. They're not beavers. I wouldn't wear beavers. I'd rather have a mink coat made of mean little critters that are killed in a very nice way and treated nicely for their short, mean lives so that I could keep warm.
I gave my wife a twenty-five-dollar gift certificate. She used it as a down payment on a mink coat.
I believe that mink are raised for being turned into fur coats.
And if we didn't wear fur coats, those little animals would never have been born!
A woman's mink coat represents the sacrifice of a lot of little animals, including her husband.
If you eat chicken, maybe you're on one level.
If you wear a mink coat, maybe you're on another level. But if you wear cosmetics, cosmetics that are tested on animals, then you're just unconscious. Really, my message is simple. It's a message of compassion. In this world that is spinning madly out of control, we have to realize that we're all related. We have to try to live harmoniously.
The Polo Lounge is like a fine old mink coat: opulent, dignified and warm.
I love dealing with drama. I'm drawn to the painful side of storytelling, more so. I feel like that's where you get the most honesty from. My laughter comes from irony. You laugh at my pain. I can't look for the laugh 'cause I'll fall flat on my face. I like the type of laughter that comes from irony like, "Of course, it's sunny today when I wore a mink coat!" I'm that guy. I was raised on Benny Hill and The Odd Couple and The Honeymooners.
I don't know what the country's coming to.
Everyone trying to be better than their betters--mink coats and no manners. No wonder Germany's arming.