Commonly Misattributed Quotes
Sometimes, we slip and misattribute a famous quote—whether it's crediting "the coldest winter I ever spent was summer in San Francisco" to Mark Twain, or "dance like no one's watching" to Gandhi (cringe). Lucky for you, not everyone has the upper arm strength to carry around a giant copy of Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, so you're unlikely to be called out for incorrect name-dropping.
But, to help you out in the future (and to prevent the spreading of fake news), we've rounded up a list of the most commonly misattributed quotes. That way, at least you can save the misquotes for more complex, esoteric sound bites.