Who says you have to own a frock coat, a bowler hat, and have intercourse through a hole in a sheet to write an aphorism?
Let’s say the following are gestating.
Flirting: the cause of, and solution to, adultery.
Virtuosity simply means freedom from the fetters of mimicry.
If you can’t think of something new, resuscitate something old. The universe recycles; context conceals.
Comedy is the poor man’s philosophy.
There are no new ideas, only new ways of putting them.
If a walk doesn’t make you feel better, you didn’t walk far enough.
(Ok, that one’s not really an aphorism; it’s just a spoonful of cold, distilled Truth)
Caricature is the birth of art, honesty is its life purpose.
Paul Auster said “stories can only be told backwards.” Improv tells stories forwards.
What you learn from your parents is never what they mean to teach you.
And a couple from the pros:
You know what charm is: a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question.
– Camus, The Fall
In the end one loves one’s desire and not what is desired.
-Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil