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Heres 2 for ya Tom!

"Moonlight is sculpture, sunlight is painting." Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864)
"Drinking tea, eating rice, I pass my time as it comes; Looking down at the stream, Looking up at the mountain, How serene and relaxed I feel indeed!" Pao-Tzu Wen-Ch'i

Hope ya like 'em! Disturbed Smilie


[Edited on 23/4/2002 by Grondmaster]
Hey! Those are great! Big Smile Smilie This is mine for today:

"I don't care in what language an opera is sung, just as long as it's a language I do not understand." Edward Appleton

Very Big Grin Smilie
Winston Churchill, after being told he was drunk by a pompous old bag:
"Yes, but in the morning I shall be sober, whereas you will still be ugly"
Ooh, heres a really BIG quote.
"I wanted to creat an exotic charicter, not angry in the traditional villain sense, where he's hell-bent on cruelty, but more of a gloating power, very pleased with himself. The only thing that really sets him off is any threat to his arogance. Volrath is an extremely arrogant charicter." Anson Maddocks -he's some guy who works on the Magic: The Gathering cards, a charicter designer I guess

[Edited on 23/4/2002 by Grondmaster]
Oh, hey lookie. I got anotherone.
Wow, my brains gettin' one hell of a work out today! Its from my mum's Red Dwarf book by the ways...

Cat: Wow! Is that what you did to the dude in the restaurant?
Rimmer: No. I always thought the Heimlich Manoeuvre was the one where you put their head between their legs and made them drink continuaus glasses of water.
Lister: You smeghead! What happened to the guy in the canteen?
Rimmer: He drowned.

[Edited on 23/4/2002 by Grondmaster]
this one's paraphrased because I can't remember it exactly:

"If on your journey through life, you happen to fall off a cliff, don't worry about what will happen to you - just enjoy the view on the way down." --Tibetan saying
I have one that refers to someone I used to be close to:

"The trouble with the rat race is, that even if your win, you are still a rat." - unknown.

Who cant think of someone that applies to!Ha Ha Ha Smilie
LOL. Those are good, Chika and Plastic. Yours were good too Halo, but LOL does not refer to them... Animated Wink Smilie

"Men's socks are predominantly boring, predictable and without any personality whatsoever." Gabriel Byrne

[Edited on 29/4/2002 by TomBombadillo]
Indeed, who doesn't? Very Big Grin Smilie

"Life's too short to play chess." Henry James Byron
That's what people keep saying when they play me at chess.

"Praise the Lord, and pass the ammunition." Howell Forgy 1908 -when a Naval Lt. at Pearl Harbour
A little more info on Valedhelgwath's quote:
Quote:
Praise the Lord, and pass the ammunition.
By Commander Howell M. Forgy, USN (ChC), (1908-1972). When he made that quote as a Lieutenant (Junior Grade) on 07 DEC 1941, he was serving as Chaplain on the heavy cruiser New Orleans. The ammo crew was flagging, so he said his famous words to encourage them. A popular wartime song was later written using his quote for its title and theme.
This will be in French - translated, will loose much of its charm!

"A Dieu mon ame
Ma vie au roy
Mon coeur aux dames
Honneur pour moi!"
rubbish translation by lying squirrel:

My God I'm game
My name is roy
My custard is a lady
mines a pint!

(yes I know it doesn't say that, but I'm bored...)

"Don't look too far behind you might unscrew your head" (Plastic Squirrel 1999)
From a man known better for his theories than his dress sense:

"When I was young, I found out the big toe always ends up making a hole in a sock. So I stopped wearing socks." - Albert Einstein, (1879 - 1955)
"Hell, there are no rules here - we're trying to accomplish something!"
- Thomas A. Edison
"Don't look back. Something might be gaining on you." - Leroy 'Satchel' Paige
Eryan's little one actually says:
"My soul is for God
my life is for the King
my heart is for the Ladies
and the honour is for myself."
(rubbish translation, but I think it will do for the ones among you who don't understand French.)

"Other men live to eat, while I eat to live." Socrates
"Rock Journalism is people who can't write, preparing stories based on interviews with people who can't talk, in order to amuse people who can't read."- Frank Zappa
I think another of that guy's quotes was that he never took drugs. Listening to his music, I can only assume he must have taken so many, he just couldn't remember taking any.

Whatever, here's one for the ladies,

Quote:
"Men build bridges and throw railroads across deserts, and yet they contend successfully that the job of sewing on a button is beyond them." Heywood Broun, (1888 - 1939)
And here's one for the men:

"Thieves ask 'Your money or your life!'. Women ask both." Samuel Butler

Ha Ha Ha Smilie

[Edited on 5/5/2002 by TomBombadillo]
"That's the fastest time ever run - but not as fast as the world record." David Coleman, 1926 -
"Serious sport has nothing to do with fair play, but it has everything to do with hate, jealousy, boasting and breaking the rules of the game." George Orwell
Sir Edmund Hillary
Quote:
Even the mediocre can have adventures and even the fearful can achieve

Probably one of my favoite quotes ever.
John Lennon- "That's not a real gun"

Marc Bolan- "Who put that tree there?"

Jimi Hendrix- "You put WHAT in my coffee?

Kurt Cobain- "And you're sure it's not loaded..."

"On one's journey through life, take time to consider the other person...he could be plotting something."
-Hagar the Horrible
"It's just a job. Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up." Muhammad Ali
If you don't know where you are going, you will probably end up somewhere else.

-Dr Laurence Peter
I know a mouse and he hasn't got a house I don't know why I call him Gerald, He's getting rather old but he's a good mouse.
Syd Barrett
What a flash of sixties genius, Plastic

"Will the misty master break me? Will the key unlock my mind? Will the foreign footsteps catch me? Am I really dying?" Syd Barrett
Hey these are really great! And lol@plastic! Good ones, good ones.

"Life is what happens when you're making other plans." John Lennon

I'm afraid it's too true...
Quote:
Four-in-hand ...................................... is worth eight in-the-bush.
From today's BC Big Smile Smilie
At times the simpler the image, the vaster the dream.
Gaston Bachelard
And you shall know my son by the trail of chaos and evil he leaves in his wake. My Mum, this morning
Friendly person, your Mum.

Quote:
Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Mark Twain
Ha Ha Ha Smilie Greet your mum from me, Plastic...

"How do we know for sure that the sky isn't really green and we're just colourblind?" Bart Simpson
Quote:
The deep forest is also called the quiet earth, because of its immense silence cradled in thirty leagues of green

Pierre Gueguen
"If everyone lived in the future, the present would be au revoir" The Residents
The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits. Einstein
You must be the change you wish to see - Gandhi
"Egoist = a vulgar person who takes more interest in himself than in me." Ambrose Bierce
Animated Wink Smilie
"Outside of a dog, a book is a mans' best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read."Groucho Marx
I already had that one in my collection, 42. Good one though, innit? Very Big Grin Smilie

"Prooving to you that I'm right, would be admitting that I could be wrong." P.A.C. De Beaumarchais
"I have a rock garden. Last week, 3 of them died." --Richard Diran

"You live and learn. At any rate, you live." --Douglas Adams
Oops, sorry Tom!

"Beer is proof that there is a God and that he loves us and wants us to be happy."
Ben Franklin
Why sorry? No one put it here before you did, right? Nothing wrong with posting a good quote, is there? Big Smile Smilie

"I'm a daylight atheist." Brendan Behan
Quote:
A writer is one who creates an atmosphere where wisdom can be revealed.
I heard this on the radio this morning; however, I missed the name of its originator. Does anyone know to whom it belongs, and did I get it right?
Never heard it, but it's a good one. Wouldn't know who it's from...

"One morning I woke up and I was famous." Lord Byron
"When a man opens the car door for his wife, it's either a new car or a new wife." Prince Philip, Duke of Edingburgh

Sorry Grond. Cannot help you with your last one either.
Very Big Grin Smilie

"I used to get really excited when I got my first fanmail. Until somebody told me Rin Tin Tin used to get 6,000 letters a week. And he was a dog." Gabriel Byrne

Ha Ha Ha Smilie
As you may have seen there is now included at the top of PT's pages a random quote, taken either from the LotR or The Hobbit.

We currently only have ten, so if you have a favourite quote you would like to see added then please just reply with it in the following format, example:

Quote: "Handsome is as handsome does. - Samwise Gamgee"
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