I am reading this intriguing book written by Tom Hodgkinson entitled "How to be idle", a great lengthy essay on why we should be more idle. Hodgkinson also has a magazine in the UK devoted to this topic called, "The Idler" .
Whichever the case, there are some phrases in the book which are priceless.
I will jot some down, as I find them.
On Kellogg, the breakfast cereal founder.
"Kellogg himself, tellingly, was a puritanixal health-nut who never had sex(he preferred enemas). Such are the architects of our daily life."