JENNY COLGAN Quotes

“I have a head for business and a body for sin. Unfortunately, the sin appears to be gluttony.”

Jenny Colgan
humour 

“Christmas, as a practicing Catholic child, was seen as a reward for lots and lots and lots of church.”

Jenny Colgan
humour 

“I have a head for business and a body for sin. Unfortunately, the sin appears to be gluttony.”

Jenny Colgan

“Christmas, as a practicing Catholic child, was seen as a reward for lots and lots and lots of church.”

Jenny Colgan

“This is what you British do not understand about the French. You think you must work, work, work, work and open on Sundays and make mothers and fathers with families slave in supermarkets at three o'clock in the morning and make people leave their homes and their churches and their children and go shopping on Sundays.''Their shops are open on Sundays?' said Benoît in surprise.'Yes! They make people work on Sundays! And through lunchtimes! But for what? For rubbish from China? For cheap clothes sewed by poor women in Malaysia? For why? So you can go more often to KFC and get full of fried chicken? You would rather have six bars of bad chocolate than one bar of good chocolate. Why? Why are six bad things better than one good thing? I don't understand.”

Jenny Colgan
paris 

“I have a head for business and a body for sin. Unfortunately, the sin appears to be gluttony.”

Jenny Colgan