As you say, I am honoured and famous and rich. But as I have to do all the hard work, and suffer an increasing multitude of fools gladly, it does not feel any better than being reviled, infamous and poor, as I used to be.— George Bernard Shaw
Most Powerful Suffer Fools Gladly quotations
Suffer fools gladly; they may be right.
My pet aphorism suffer fools gladly should be the guide of the Assistant Secretary, who, during the fortnight of his activity, has more little vanities and rivalries to smooth over and conciliate than other people meet with in a lifetime. Now you do not suffer fools gladly; on the contrary, you gladly make fools suffer. I do not say you are wrong; No tu quoque'; but that is where the danger of the explosion lies'; not in regard to the larger business of the Association.
The older I get, the less I suffer fools gladly.
I think [Phil Wood] didn't suffer fools gladly, but he loved supporting young people that loved the music.
I suffer fools gladly because I am one of them.
Not only did he [Dean Acheson] not suffer fools gladly, he did not suffer them at all.
Several people have told me that my inability to suffer fools gladly is one of my main weaknesses.
I suffered fools so gladly.
I always had the sense with her that she didn't suffer fools gladly but that life was taking great pains to show her how.