His breakfast will taste better than any meal you and I have ever tasted.
— Tyler Durden, Fight Club
Ole Ole Ole!
— The Mandarin, Iron Man 3
From standing on the corners boppin’.
— Jay-Z, Hard Knock Life
Mo muffins, Mo problems.
— Becca
P: Does family believe that when an object drops, it falls to the earth, or does it float away into the sky? Unless they believe, is there no more physical science, no more gravity?
— Ben Dolnick, At The Bottom of Everything
He asked me whether plants were immortal.
— Ben Dolnick, At The Bottom of Everything
And Oklahoma City is mighty pretty.
— Backlit female jazz singer in park by Brooklyn Museum, “Route 66”
Will I see ya again?
— George, The Tree
You’ve gotta be starving for it.
— Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, “Crane Your Neck”
We’re conquistadors. I’m Vasco da Gama, and you’re some other Mexican.
— Roger Sterling, “A Tale of Two Cities,” Mad Men
Like some rhino hunters I know.
— Ernest Hemingway, Midnight in Paris
As long as it’s contained.
— President Snow, The Hunger Games
But I never let it get me down.
— Matisyahu, “One Day”
keya keya sorya douse ne,
keya keya sorya douse dame da.
— Kishi Bashi, “Bright Whites”
An obsession with righteousness (leading inevitably to self-righteousness) is the normal human condition. It is a feature of our evolutionary design, not a bug or error that crept into minds that would otherwise be objective and rational.
— Jonathan Haidt, The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion
If I were a thousand years younger.
— Man on the subway
The lake on the left is a little low.
Route nine is the Breckenridge road.
— Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, “Sarah In The Summer”
Kids wanna act like what they see in the cinema.
— Black Eyed Peas & Justin Timberlake, “Where Is The Love?”
This is a good life.
— Akshay
Sounds like a nice dream.
— Romina, The Place Beyond the Pines