In this post, you’ll find quotes and .gifs collected or made during the month of July 2019.

Best Of

“A weak friend is more dangerous than a strong enemy.”
— Dappen Dan – Breakfast Club (7/11/2019)

“[…] the absolute worst part of depression is that even though you know you’re depressed, you’re unable to stop yourself from getting worse.”
— Rue – Euphoria: Season 1, Episode 7

Since when did hopeful and naïve become the same thing?
— Annie – The Boys: Season 1, Episode 1

“I can’t remember the last time a man added to my life without taking from it or tried to change me.”
— Charley – Queen Sugar: Season 4, Episode 6

[…] when the job stops giving [you] freedom [it] starts to feel like a trap.
— Simone – Sweetbitter: Season 2, Episode 1

I think it takes real loss to realize that you don’t have anything to lose, you know?
— Vincent – Made in Malta

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter.”
— Malika – Good Trouble: Season 2, Episode 3

The Rest

“The dismissal of research and theory is the telltale sign of an amateur.”
—          Dr. Octavia Laurent – Queen Sugar: Season 4, Episode 5

A man who praises a man to his face is full of ulterior motives.
— Senku – Dr. Stone: Season 1, Episode 2

You gotta convince everybody how great you are just to believe it yourself.
— Ricky – Summer Night

The easiest time to start a new addiction is when you getting over an old one.
— We Belong Together

Life is a string of experiences, and even if they’re horrible, they make you who you are.
— Myfanwy – The Rook: Season 1, Episode 4

“If I can conquer men, I can conquer femininity.”
— Jules – Euphoria: Season 1, Episode 7

“White folks like to visit, but they never move in.”
— Pose: Season 2, Episode 7

It’s like after looking into all that darkness, I can finally see.
— Polly – Claws: Season 3, Episode 8

Once you know what you like, then you can ask for it.
— Simone – Sweetbitter: Season 2, Episode 4


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