„Damn me to hell or take me to heaven, but for Gods sake, do it now….“

Source: The Stanislaski Brothers: Mikhail and Alex

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„Heaven and hell seem out of proportion to me: the actions of men do not deserve so much.“

—  Jorge Luis Borges Argentine short-story writer, essayist, poet and translator, and a key figure in Spanish language literature 1899 - 1986

El infierno y el paraíso me parecen desproporcionados. Los actos de los hombres no merecen tanto.
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„Follow me on a journey into heaven and hell,
past angels and devils, into the realm of dreams.“

—  Valya Dudycz Lupescu American writer 1974

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Context: Follow me on a journey into heaven and hell,
past angels and devils, into the realm of dreams.
That is where our souls go when we sleep,
to meet up with our soul mate, to love without abandon,
without regret. For in the morning we must return
to life and all its painful illusions.

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„An Angel's smile is what you sell, You promise me heaven then put me through hell.“

—  Jon Bon Jovi American singer and musician 1962

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„You damned fools. You can either vote for me for mayor or you can go to hell.“

—  John Wentworth American newspaper editor and politician 1815 - 1888

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„Nor did he give a damn for the world either, or the universe, or heaven or hell. But he liked women.“

—  John Fante, book The Brotherhood of the Grape

Source: The Brotherhood of the Grape (1977)
Context: Nobody crossed him without a battle. He disliked almost everything, particularly his wife, his children, his neighbors, his church, his priest, his town, his state, his country, and the country from which he emigrated. Nor did he give a damn for the world either, or the sun or the stars, or the universe, or heaven or hell. But he liked women.

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„For God's sake, bring me a large Scotch. What a bloody awful country.“

—  Reginald Maudling British politician 1917 - 1979

Said on the aeroplane after visiting Northern Ireland for the first time.
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