Like a bullseye.
— Robert on Art
Is this helpful.
— Lily
— Ken
If they make a great catch I want to see it.
— Sid on getting a good seat at temple
— Mark Wahlberg, Deepwater Horizon
You guys are disco right now. All disco.
— IT Alex
Was that the one you thought we’d pick?
— Jynne
Andy had no pretensions to connoisseurship, and if American Indian baskets attracted him, he suddenly wanted lots of them. To him it was all so much fun, and he would act like an excited child.
— Fred Huges, from Warhol: The Biography
Good morning gentlemen. Good to see you. Good to be seen.
— The usual friendly lady working out in the fifth floor dance studio next to PT
It’s going to be a beautiful thing to watch.
— Donald Trump, debate at Hofstra
Yes it’s a thing. We get a kick out of it.
— Security guard at the MOMA responding to “is that a thing?” about a piece of fishing wire strung from the ceiling to a small weight on the floor
The silver fox.
— Circle Line tour guide
I’m listening. What do you think these are? Potato chips?
— Lily pointing to her ears
A hair of the dog is a friend indeed.
— Paul Muldoon, “Symposium”
So they approved it with different type?
— Coworker
Mr. Murray looked fatigued toward the end of his shift. When asked what he had learned on the job, he said, “Well, if your barback isn’t getting you the right glasses” — he glared at a fellow bartender — “then you’re put in an instant of creativity, where you have to make a drink with the glasses you have. And that, to me, is a life of service.”
— Foster Kamer, “Bill Murray, Brooklyn Bartender,” The New York Times
Cellphone users can opt to block all but the presidential alerts.
— J. David Goodman and David Gelles, “Cellphone Alerts Used in New York to Search for Bombing Suspect,” The New York Times
*Sound of birds*
— Flock of squeaky row boats
Tank 7
Battlestar Galactica.
— Jason