He slips into spaces.
— Ian Darke, USA v. Portugal, 2014 FIFA World Cup
You’re going to be plaid by the end of the day.
— Austin
No I won’t be afraid.
— Burnt Toast, “Stand By Me”
On and on and on, on and on and on.
— Nat Baldwin, “Weights”
That was easy.
— Easy Button
Wait a minute. With the time change, I could be alive for six hours in New York, but dead three hours in Paris.
— Joe, Everyone Says I Love You
The detective only the critic.
— G. K. Chesterton, “The Blue Cross”
Back in Greece things moved because they had somewhere to go.
— Man 1, Science conversation in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Is not that strange?
— Benedick, “Much Ado About Nothing”
Track 1.
— Newark Penn
Now they know you’re supposed to shit 6 times a day.
— Seth Rogan, This Is The End
He’s my dog twin
— D-Ketch
And therefore he and I share this space.
— Robert Krulwich, “Things,” Radiolab
He knew, too, that soon all this would regain importance. But for now he felt strangely protected by a burning shield of fever and sleep.
— Primo Levi, “The Death of Marinese”
Does she like to cuddle?
— Grandpa
So I’ve always wanted to see an image, want it enough to buy it, and then hang it in my house and look at it every time I walk down the hallway and have my kids look at it. Then I would change them to more ridiculous images and I would constantly revolve the images I had, whether it be photographers, or Escher, or German Expressionist woodblocks, or anything that I thought would keep their mind moving. That’s why I collect and that’s why I show.
— Graham Nash, Wisdom (Andrew Zuckerman): Love
You poop more than any human being I’ve ever met.
— Matt Gwin
Can’t put a price on a good wife, they’re hard to replace.
— Old Stan
I know of nothing that I have done for which I should be afraid to go home.
— Paulding via Edouard A. Stackpole, The Sea-Hunters: The New England Whalemen During Two Centuries 1635-1835
You know when you have a scanner and you only see what’s touching it.
— Lily