“The very existence of flame-throwers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, ‘You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I’m just not close enough to get the job done.’” —George Carlin
“You buy things and you keep them clean. You take care of them. Keep them in a special pocket. Away from keys and coins. Away from other things that should be kept clean and taken care of as well. Then they get scratched. And scratched again. And again. And again. And again. Soon, you don’t care about them anymore. You don’t keep them in a special pocket. You throw them in the bag with everything else. They’ve surpassed their form and become nothing but function. People are like that. You meet them and keep them clean. In a special pocket. And then you start to scratch them. Not on purpose. Sometimes you just drop them by accident or forget which pocket they’re in. But after the first scratch, it’s all downhill from there. You see past their form. They become function. They are a purpose. Only their essence remains.” —via
“But when you’re between the devil and the deep blue sea, you need to stop worrying about pirates, and adjust your sails.” —Dan Bull
“I wanna thank you… for teaching me a valuable life lesson, when you really believe in yourself you don’t have to bring other people down.” —Quinn Fabray to Sue Sylvester, Glee
“You loose the jacket to please them, you keep it to piss them off. Either way it’s for them. That’s what’s weak.” —Jeff Winger, Community
- Abed: What's going on? Can you guys hear me? Am I deaf? Can you hear me talking right now?
- Everyone: YES!
- Abed: That's good.
“You think this is hard? Try being waterboarded, that’s hard.” —Sue Sylvester, Glee
“But let me tell you something, there’s not much of a difference between a stadium full of cheering fans and an angry crowd screaming abuse at you. They’re both just making a lot of noise. How you take it is up to you. Convince yourself they’re cheering for you, you do that and some day they will.” —Sue Sylvester, Glee