A selection of Phyllis Diller's comic quotes

The Associated Press
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FILE-- In this in this March 18, 1966 file photo, comedian Phyllis Diller models one of her 300 hats in Hollywood, Calif. Diller, the housewife turned humorist who aimed some of her sharpest barbs at herself, died Monday, Aug. 20, 2012, at age 95 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/File)

A selection of comic lines from Phyllis Diller, who died Monday at age 95:

— "I once wore a peekaboo blouse. People would peek and then they'd boo."

— "I never made 'Who's Who,' but I'm featured in 'What's That?' "

— "When I told Fang I was going to have my face lifted, he said, 'Who'd steal it?'"

— "You know you're old when your walker has an airbag."

— "I was the world's ugliest baby. When I was born, the doctor slapped everybody."

— "I became a stand-up comedienne because I had a sit-down husband."

— "My vanity table is a Black & Decker workbench."

— "The only thing domestic about me is I was born in this country."

— "They say housework can't kill you, but why take the chance?"

— "I have so many liver spots, I ought to come with a side of onions."

— "Think of me as a sex symbol for men who just don't give a damn."

— "The best contraceptive for old people is nudity."

— And actor Dylan McDermott shares this line via Twitter: "One time (Diller) came over with a 70-year-old guy. Told me she was 'robbing the cradle.'"