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What are the best upstairs quotes?

We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is upstairs!

Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity M. C. Escher, Ernest Hemingway or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous upstairs quote.

Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible. I think it's in my basement... let me go upstairs and check. — M. C. Escher

Death is like an old whore in a bar--I'll buy her a drink but I won't go upstairs with her — Ernest Hemingway

I spend a lot of time working as a painter and in my studio I go from upstairs where I paint to downstairs where I play and record, so I get this thing crossing over. — Andy Summers

Talking is a hydrant in the yard and writing is a faucet upstairs in the house. Opening the first takes the pressure off the second. — Robert Frost

I do have one slightly crooked wheel upstairs, but everything else is ticking along just four-o, thank you very much. — Stephen King

America is not a democracy, it's an absolute monarchy ruled by King Kid. In a nation of immigrants, the child is automatically more of an American than his parents. Americans regard children as what Mr. Hudson in Upstairs, Downstairs called betters. Aping their betters, American adults do their best to turn themselves into children. Puerility exercises droit de seigneur everywhere. — Florence King

But what Kezia liked more than anything, what she liked frightfully, was the lamp. It stood in the middle of the dining-room table, an exquisite little amber lamp with a white globe. It was filled all ready for lighting, though, of course, you couldn't light it. But there was something inside that looked like oil and moved when you shook it. The father and mother dolls, who sprawled very stiff as though they had fainted in the drawing-room, and their two little children asleep upstairs, were really too big for the doll's house. They didn't look as though they belonged. But the lamp was perfect. It seemed to smile at Kezia, to say, 'I live here.' The lamp was real. — Katherine Mansfield

His lordship may compel us to be equal upstairs, but there will never be equality in the servants hall. — James Barrie