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A wonderful if probably fictitious anecdote about Winston Churchill.

Churchill: Madam, would you sleep with me for five million pounds?

Socialite: My goodness, Mr. Churchill… Well, I suppose… we would have to discuss terms, of course…

Churchill: Would you sleep with me for five pounds?

Socialite: Mr. Churchill, what kind of woman do you think I am?!

Churchill: Madam, we’ve already established that. Now we are haggling about the price.

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  1. He once came on very strong to a socialite who told him off for being drunk.. In response he said “woman , next morning I will wake up sober, but you will be still ugly” he was a bit too much lol

  2. Aaah he was clever, quick witted and obnoxious , all at once, it suited his personality, his autobiography is an amazing read into the most iconic Brit of recent history.

  3. That Lady was a member of Pariament Lisa she was a huge lady and not blessed with looks, it happened when he was giving a speech and she stood up and said, You Sir are very Drunk, his reply and you Madam are very ugly but tomorrow i will wake up sober but you will be still ugly great come back

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  4. Still not the best one !!!!! That is ……. Sir if you were my husband i would poison your food!!! Reply. Madam if you were my wife i would eat it. !!! OUCH…. the man was brilliant…

  5. From one of Churchills parliamentary adversaries; “You sir will die of some unspeakable disease or upon the gallows! “. Churchill rose with dignity and replied dryly; “That sir depends on whether I embrace your mistress or your principles. “. Spontaneous speakers of this caliber do not exist anymore.

  6. Churchill a remarkable statesman who led an extraordinary life. His part in forging an Australian legend is not spoken of enough. The World War One campaign that gave us Galipoli

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