‘Greeks said it first’ is a series of posters that ‘take’ a funny look at the belief of some modern Greeks that their ancient ancestors were the first to discover and say many things, long before the rest knows and believes people today.
Well-known sayings and opinions, uttered by celebrities have changed little (sometimes not at all) to show that all this could well have been said by our ancient ancestors.
So, long before Shakespeare wrote one of his most famous poems about ‘Richard III’ (my kingdom for a horse), our Odysseus had said almost the same thousands of years ago (my kingdom for a wooden horse) .
The original, original opinions were expressed by the following:
A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse! (Richard III Act-V, Scene-IV)
You’ve got mail (You’ve got mail, 1998. warner bros, Director: Nora Ephron)
i don’t get drunk i just get less classy and more fun ’unknown
Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens- Jimi Hendrix
You’ve been thunderstruck (Single by AC / DC from the album The Razors Edge, 1990)
“If you live each day as it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right” (Steve Jobs)
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