Collected Quotes Collected Quotes: Life Is Strange

Collected Quotes: Life Is Strange

In this post, you will find a collection of quotes from Life is Strange. I hope you enjoy the quotes that were collected.


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Chloe announcing Captain Bluebeard and Long Max Silver reuniting.


 

“I think when you’re a kid, you’re only afraid of the things that can hurt you. But when you get older, you become more afraid of hurting the people you care about.”
—”Farewell.” Life Is Strange: Before The Storm


“[…] maybe there’s a reason we pretend? Maybe the lies we tell each other are less horrible than the truths we keep hidden.”
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 3 “Hell Is Empty”


“Similar to my class schedule, [they] and I have history but no chemistry or drama.”
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 3 “Hell Is Empty”


Crazy that something so destructive can also be so beautiful.
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 2 “Brave New World”


Do you think there’s a point that you don’t even have your own personality anymore? You’re just whatever you think other people want you to be?
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 2 “Brave New World”


I’ve learned that if I’m passionate about something, it’s probably the right thing to care about.
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 2 “Brave New World”


People are so eager to pass on responsibility to anyone else so that they can live comfortable, unworried.
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 2 “Brave New World”


Are you angry all the time because you like the way it feels or is it merely a desperate defense against experiencing true intimacy with others?
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 2 “Brave New World”


It’s okay to not be okay.
— Life Is Strange (Before The Storm): Episode 2 “Brave New World”

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Amari Allahhttps://wherever-i-look.com
I started Wherever I Look back in 2011 and from movies, TV, the occasional book, play, and Broadway show, have been trying to bridge the gap between a critic and an avid lover of various forms of media.

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