The doctor must have put my pacemaker in wrong. Every time my husband kisses me, the garage door goes up.

— Minnie Pearl

Charming Pacemaker quotations

Under Medicare right now, I get paid to put a pacemaker in you, but I don't get paid to counsel you about end-of-life care.

I suspect the psychological pressure associated with that crisis caused the first mental blackout I had ever suffered. It contributed to a deterioration in my health that later required the insertion of a heart pacemaker.

My next door neighbor just had a pacemaker installed.

They're still working the bugs out, though. Every time he makes love, my garage door opens.

At some point in every person's life, you will need an assisted medical device - whether it's your glasses, your contacts, or as you age and you have a hip replacement or a knee replacement or a pacemaker. The prosthetic generation is all around us.

We'll let our friends be the peacekeepers and the great country called America will be the pacemakers.

I have a pacemaker in, but it doesn't work very well, because every time I fart the garage door opens.

Already in 2007 I thought I would be able to break the World record in the near future. That time Sammy Tangui was the pacemaker in Lausanne. I liked the way he was running. He is tall, he has a strong body and his stride is similar to mine. I told him in one of the coming years I would need him when I try to break the World record.

I had my hearing aid fixed today so that I could properly hear you.

I can't see as well. I now have - this has stopped me from smoking - a pacemaker, have for about the last 15 years. No, I don't like getting old.

Listen - pacemaker, crash, stroke. What does it mean? God doesn't want me now. That's all.

The phone is gonna disappear. Maybe it will be a bracelet. After the bracelet it will be a blood cell sized device that maybe gets installed. We already have people with Parkinson's that have chips installed in their brain to control their tremors. We already see people have pacemakers to help their heartbeats. I mean we're already putting these technologies into our bodies. It is only going to deepen.