Robert Rankin Quotes.

11. "What it all comes down to, as it so often does, is the very beginning of the universe. This, say the big-heads of the scientific fraternity, all began with a big bang. Wrong! The universe, in fact, began with the sound of a duck call, followed by a whistle and an enormous cosmic wind-break. Had anyone been around at the time to overhear these sounds, they would probably have received a pretty good indication of what God had up his sleeve, amongst other places."
- Robert Rankin, Armageddon: The Musical

12. "There were large and small ones too. And some quite in-between. But all of equal nastiness. And smelliness and ghastliness. For they would eat a fellow up, as one might fish and chips"
- Robert Rankin, The Japanese Devil Fish Girl and Other Unnatural Attractions

13. "If there are no spots on a sugar cube then I’ve just put a dice in my tea."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

14. "To say that it was wondrous would be to say that the universe is quite a big place."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

15. "Only if I am going to die, I should prefer to die as I have lived, drunkenly."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

16. "Someone in the crowd, for there is always one, said, ‘That’s right, a mate of mine had it."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

17. "I know little of the Catholic faith,’ said Pooley, ‘who was Pope Alexander VI?’ ‘He was not what one would describe as a good egg,’ said Omally."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

18. "There was a lot of joy to be had in the contemplation of a pint glass; in terms of plain reality of course, there was a deal more to be had in the draining of one."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

19. "Pooley rose to investigate but the Professor restrained him with a firm and unyielding hand. Jim marvelled at the ancient’s newly acquired strength. ‘Do not look, Jim,’ the Professor said dramatically, ‘you would not care for what you saw."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

20. "Omally shook his head. ‘Police stations are bad places to break into, this is well known."
- Robert Rankin, The Antipope

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