Quotes. I love ’em. Here are some good ones:

“Look, other bands, they want to make it about sex or pain, but you know, The Beatles, they had it all figured out, okay? ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand.’ The first single. It’s effing brilliant, right? That’s what everybody wants, Nicky. They don’t want a twenty-four-hour hump sesh, they don’t want to be married to you for a hundred years. They just want to hold your hand.”

– Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist (2008)

“Silly is you in a natural state, and serious is something you have to do until you can get silly again.”

– Mike Myers

“Fear can hold you back from so many wonderful things in life, so I make myself go for the things I’m afraid of. Worry afterward!”

– Leann Rimes

“Do it now or forever wish you had!”

-(Not sure, but I think it was from the movie Hairspray.)

“When you grow up and somebody loves you, make sure you know it, with all of your being.”

-The Possibility of Fireflies by Dominique Paul

“Shall you never lie, cheat or steal. But if you must lie, then lie with me for all my nights, and if you must cheat, then cheat death, and if you must steal, then steal away my sorrows.”

– Leap Year (2010)

“Sometimes it isn’t where you’re going: it’s who you’re with.”

– Get Up by Mayday Parade

“Most folks are about as happy as they make their minds to be.”

– Abe Lincoln

“If home is where the heart is, then my home is where you are.”

– Taking You With Me by Relient K

“If you can’t watch everyone, watch out.”

– Unknown

“Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.”

– Bob Dylan

“A friend is a second self.”

– Aristotle

“True, I am young. But look not at my age but at what I do.

-Haimon in the play Antigone by Sophocles

“When a man has lost all happiness you cannot say he is alive. He is a corpse that breathes.”

-Messenger in the play Antigone by Sophocles

“If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worthy reading, or do things worth the writing.”

-Benjamin Franklin


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