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Kathy Lette

  • I speak as your native guide to the mysterious tribe called the English. Dress code is everything. You can be a card-carrying Nazi, you can pay gigolos to eat gnocchi out of your navel and you won't be pilloried — as long as you never, ever wear linen with tweed.

  • I knew absolutely nothing about bondage. I'd always presumed it was just an inventive way of keeping your partner from going home.

    • Kathy Lette
  • Anyone living in Los Angeles who says they don't need a psychiatrist, needs a psychiatrist.

    • Kathy Lette
  • In Hollywood a romantic man is one who talks to you after sex.

    • Kathy Lette
  • As a breastfeeding mother you are basically just meals on heels.

    • Kathy Lette
  • She [hoisted] up the waistband of her maternity knickers (now there was a good look — undies in which you could hold a revival meeting) ...

  • ... you may only be young once, but you can be immature forever.

  • ... dealing with loss and heartache doesn't make you stronger. It only makes people think you are.

Kathy Lette, Australian writer

(1958)