Quotes: December 2018

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In this post are collected quotes from TV, Movies, Video Games and more which were collected during December 2018.


[…] one of the most useless questions an adult can ask a child—What do you want to be when you grow up? As if growing up is finite. As if at some point you become something and that’s the end.
— Becoming: Page IX


[…] to stand by myself […] feels as close to a return to my old life as I’ve come. Or maybe it’s my new life just beginning to announce itself.”
— Becoming: Page XII


Even if we didn’t know the context, we were instructed to remember that context existed. Everyone on earth, they’d tell us, was carrying around an unseen history, and that alone deserved some tolerance.
— Becoming: Page 7


Some people worry an immigrant will take their job. Here’s a thought: If someone shows up, doesn’t speak the language, has no connections or support network and takes your job on day one, maybe America doesn’t need you.
The Fix “Let’s Fix Immigration” – Jimmy Carr


America has always needed people that were willing to be taken advantage of for the betterment of their families.
The Fix “Let’s Fix Immigration” – DL Hughley


“[…] you are not chronically lonely but the vast majority of your days and nights are spent alone. All the same usually because you are very busy. Busy with finishing your education, so that you can finish knowing who you are, so that you can finish with those years in life during which you have no clear answer to the question: What do you do?”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“Generally speaking, with a few notable exceptions, those that desire your company do not interest you in a way that would provoke you to set aside time to engage them. Those that do interest you, those for whom you would manufacture time, do not live in your vicinity, or do not seem so interested in you as you in them.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


 

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“Comedy is fueled by oppression, by the lack of power, by abandonment, by sadness and disappointment, and humiliation.”
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel


“You marvel at the contradiction between the intensity of your love for her and your in ability to accurately express this same love. You wonder aloud when you will grow different and occasionally allow yourself to wallow in this gingerly debilitating self-doubt.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“Your relationship is now augmented with quotation marks to illustrate the fragility and moral destitution of the situation.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“I felt him looking at me. It’s what happens with boys like him. Less said, more felt. He was bad at that look exchange game. You always know when they are looking your way, when if you return the look, they are looking directly the other way. The smooth ones either keep looking at you, or subtly divert their eyes. Boys like him turn away because they can imagine you being wherever they are looking.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“[…] Our interaction amounted to glances. Portions of fractions of seconds that inspired those unfortunately girly, vivid daydreams that we tend to get when someone of consequence invades our sight line. Meeting to growing to marriage to family, only a moment in real life, but a lifetime in my mind.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“It occurred to me that at some point, he’s going to get me. ”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


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[…] some people seem to function to show you what isn’t right for you and others show you exactly what is.
You: Season 1/ Episode 9


“[…] realism, pessimism, and cynicism are so much safer than the alternatives. You avoid disappointment by not indulging in your yet to be experienced desires. But you do disable your dreams in so doing. Their nature is a cause-and-effect thing. You must free them to work on you, and only then will they oblige you and come true.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“Unfortunately, you have not mastered the art of sustaining platonic arrangements in the midst of extreme romantic attraction. All of the rationale you formulate to explain her current disinterest in you is simply a way of ignoring your many faults. The armor of stoicism you wear when you are in love.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“I would never leave, but I am shrinking.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“[…] you often miss things you never had.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“The gesture is more loaded than the content.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


“Emotional memory is your memory of how you felt as opposed to what happened.”
— An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


We’re beautiful stories, we just don’t belong in the same book.
— Tiffany (Ready To Love: S1E11)


Anyone who makes people think for themselves is very dangerous.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel


I find it comforting to focus on the wrong things.
— Malorie (Bird Box)


Happiness is just the absence of pain.
— Marcus (Deadly Class: S1E1)


Sometimes people inspire you without you even noticing.
Bad Seeds


 

You can run, but you’ll always wind up where you’re supposed to be.
Bad Seeds


 

May your heart remain breakable, but never by the same hand twice.
— Taylor Swift: Reputation Stadium Tour


Sometimes you have to take Sad Street in order to get to Happy Town.
Alexa and Katie: Season 2


“Moving on doesn’t mean running away.”
— Zoey (Escape Room)


Testimony is so much more powerful than advice.
— Jada (Red Table Talk: S1E19)


Figure out who you are and do it on purpose.
Dumplin


“I get that you were trying to protect me, but sometimes I need you to support me.”
Dumplin


Things are a lot more reliable than people.
Neo Yokio


If she is asking then I don’t say it enough.
— Anais (The Hookup Plan: S1E6)


“If we can’t ever leave, then let’s figure out how to stay.”
— Miriam (Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: S2E1)


“If you feel like you’re in a tug of war, just drop the rope.”
— Debra (Dirty John: S1E1)


When people continue to repeat the same behavior, it’s hard to forgive because then the forgiveness is just about words.
— Adrienne (Red Table Talk: S1E17)


An unsure man is a dangerous man.
— Courtney (Ready To Love: S1E7)


 

“Treat yourself like you’re somebody you care about.”
Red Table Talk


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