11 Opinions and 2 Jokes about Opinions
You have the right to your opinion. And I have the right to think you’re an idiot.
Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought. (John F. Kennedy)
Honestly, I don’t remember asking for your opinion, but since we’re sharing, then please go screw yourself.
Remember when I asked for your opinion? Neither do I.
It’s okay if we have different opinions. I can’t force you to be right.
Of all of your opinions, the one I value most is the one you keep to yourself.
Oh, I offended you with my opinion? I’m sorry, dear. You should hear the ones I keep to myself.
In order to be offended by your insult, I first have to respect your opinion. Nice try, though.
When I want your opinion, I’ll remove the duct tape.
Some doctors are saying which patients they like best. The first says, “I prefer librarians. Their organs are alphabetized.”
The second says, “I prefer mathematicians. Their organs are numbered.”
The third says, “I prefer lawyers. They are gutless, heartless, brainless, and spineless, and their heads and asses are interchangeable.”
And finally, a joke about opinions that’s math-related…
A professor asks a grad student, “What’s your opinion on the current state of mathematical research?”
“Absolute rubbish,” the grad student says.
“Well, probably,” says the professor, “but let’s hear it anyway.”