Kebab Quotes Part II

Readers have been requesting another round-up of all the famous kebab quotes that have been collected since the last trawl through current affairs and popular culture. It’s almost unbelievable how often kebabs have been on the minds of prominent figures, or featured on the pages of well-known literary classics. And yet when you look, the evidence is there. Do feel free to send in any of your own quotes that you have overheard, Döner Fans. They might even make it onto the blog.

“The evidence available at the time suggested that the kebabs could be ready and delivered in under 45 minutes.”

-Tony Blair


“Independence will make kebab-shop owners better off not just in Scotland, but in the rest of the UK.”

-Nicola Sturgeon


“An evening without kebab is a bird without wings.”

-Salvador Dali


“All you have to do is eat one true kebab. Eat the truest kebab that you know.”

-Ernest Hemingway


“Red cabbage in a kebab?? I had rather chop this hand off at a blow, And with the other fling it at thy face.”

-William Shakespeare, Henry VI


“The position of the kebab in the Geographical Pivot of History is well known.”

-Halford Mackinder


“Greece’s future in the Eurozone is dependent on its capacity to maintain its kebab output.”

-Angela Merkel


“You look foreign, do you make kebabs?”

-Prince Philip


“Frodo! You must cast the kebab into the fires of Mount Doom. Only then will Middle Earth be saved.”

-Gandalf, The Lord of the Rings

Sir Halford 'Big Macka' Mackinder. Geopolitician and kebab enthusiast.