Bill Watterson, last line of the final Calvin and Hobbes strip, published December 31, 1995
What a childhood I had. Once on my birthday my ol' man gave me a bat. The first day I played with it, it flew away.rodney dangerfield
Pittsburgh town is a smoky ol' town Solid iron from McKeesport down Pittsburgh, Lord God, Pittsburgh
I beg your pardon. My husband wrote "Ol' Man River." Jerome Kern wrote "da-da-da-da, da-da-da-da-da."
This ol' guitar taught me how to score, Right there on that Lambda Chi porch, Mary Ann taught me a little more, About wanting what you can't have.
Olé, olé y olé y el que no diga olé, patá en los cojones.patricia conde
Well, I'm not the same and I'm born again; it's the same ol' saying.travis meeks
"What you doin' with such a big ol' dog in New York?" "Never had a wife."abraham polonsky
No, sir, th' dimmycratic party ain't on speakin' terms with itsilf. Whin ye see two men with white neckties go into a sthreet car an' set in opposite corners while wan mutthers Thraiter an' th' other hisses Miscreent ye can bet they're two dimmycratic leaders thryin' to reunite th' gran' ol' party.Finley Peter Dunne
A year ago my approval rating was in the 30s, my nominee for the Supreme Court had just withdrawn, and my vice president had shot someone. Ah, those were the good ol' days.george w. bush
When I was a kid, I never went to Disneyland. My ol' man told me Mickey Mouse died in a cancer experiment.rodney dangerfield
You are a mystery in an enigma in a big ball of fur,An irresistible magnet to every child and flea and burr.Your nose is high-resolution while I live in a near-scentless fogYou run at high speed, while I just have to slog (but it's a good ol' slog)So I just want to thank you for being my dog....richard summerbell