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"If you put little crosses on your sevens people will think you're French."
"I've found my voice, Penny. It's deep, wise, and compassionate."
'It's okay if you got a bad grade, son. They don't even teach you in school anymore.'
'Insofar as hard figures are still unavailable, our Mr.Rendleman has written a poem which explores the essence of the firm's situation.'
"His prose, however, is very elegant."
"I feel your writing style is a bit old-school."
"I get paid by the word."
"This is just the first draft."
"Thanks for your introductory speech at the conference. By the way, Hibblemeyer, it's 'hard-headed' businessman, not 'thick-headed'."
"If my writing reflected my reading, I'd probably just be writing menus."
'And always remember that it is the gritty colon itself, not the half-baked semi-colon, that wields the power to confound even the most erudite minds.'
'Your memos do have a certain musicality, Fenton - but they're way too Country.'
'What a CV - if you can write memos like this you'll go far in our organisation.'
"Your tweets are Hemingwayesque."
"I can tell you're writing a letter of complaint. You're typing it with your middle finger."