In this post, you will find great Don Rickles Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
My grandchildren just know me now as Mr. Potato Head.
Struggling is hard because you never know what’s at the end of the tunnel.
Las Vegas is the boiling pot of entertainment.
You lose your energy, you lose that excitement and it gets the audience up.
Some people say funny things, but I say things funny.
My mother was a Jewish General Patton.
I don’t practice or write stuff down – everything I do onstage was just made up before I went on.
I was a mother’s boy.
Whatever you do to gain success, you have to hang in there and hope good things happen. Always think positive.
Asians are nice people, but they burn a lot of shirts.
Funny is funny.
I exaggerate all our selves, our beings. I make fun of everything: of our life and what we are. But I don’t tell jokes, really. I just exaggerate life, and it comes out funny.
I’d like to think my performance is today. I never try to – it’s so, as you know, watching me, I have a beginning, middle and ending. But every night the show changes and I relate to an audience and I relate to the young people.
Most people think the character I do onstage is the way I am offstage, but I’m just a regular guy who spends time with his family and who turns on the television and watches a lot of sports.
When I’m onstage, I’m acting.
My wife, Barbara, is great. She arranges when I do work that I have a day off between performances.
Alan King, a comedian I adored, was considered society, and I was considered the Jewish kid from the neighborhood.
You know what’s funny to me? Attitude.
I was nice to the people in the Philippines for the two and a half years I was there, because I knew eventually I’d have to kiss up to them so my grandchildren could have toys.
I do situations and make fun of authority and life.
I call myself an actor. I always wanted to be one.
I spent two and a half years in the Philippines in World War II.
I’ve got an accountant who’s been with me forty years. If he makes a mistake, he dies.
When you first start out with something new, you’re always a little uptight.
Some people call me a legend and the last of the greats, and I appreciate it.
My whole act is off the top of my head.
I write my own tweets.
I stopped smoking. But my personality I still have. I get up in the morning, and not everybody loves me, so if you want to call that a bad habit, there’s that.
Everything I’ve performed has been from my own head.
I enjoy mixed audiences, not one particular group. Short, tall, scientists, Jews, gentiles, whatever, as long as they breathe and like to laugh.
I was always the guy – out of insecurities, I was always making fun, even as a kid.