Ironically Love Famous Quotes & Sayings

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27 Ironically Love Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ironically Love Sayings By Heenashree Khandelwal: Its true that love doesn't come easily. Its equally hard to just let it go. Its true that love doesn't come easily.
Its equally hard to just let it go.
Ironically, its just not in your hand. — Heenashree Khandelwal
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Ironically Love Sayings By Mindy Kaling: Future hipsters will love me ironically. Future hipsters will love me ironically. — Mindy Kaling
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Ironically Love Sayings By Kelly Williams Brown: Step 6: Stop enjoying things ironically. Just enjoy themKnow what? I love Britney Spears and Step 6: Stop enjoying things ironically. Just enjoy them
Know what? I love Britney Spears and Forever 21. And I could pretend like it's this whole meta thing where I'm not actually enjoying it but rather just making this esoteric statement on lowbrow culture, but (insert handjob motion here).
The truth is that I love trashy dance pop and the garments that are its clothing equivalent. You don't need to make your tastes a self-conscious statement about who you are. Just unapologetically like the things you like. — Kelly Williams Brown
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Ironically Love Sayings By Emily Arden: Ironically, just when she needed to get as much sleep as possible to prepare her Ironically, just when she needed to get as much sleep as possible to prepare her for the next few days, her excited anticipation kept her awake long into the night. — Emily Arden
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Ironically Love Sayings By Mark Manson: People lack boundaries because they have a high level of neediness (or in psych terms, People lack boundaries because they have a high level of neediness (or in psych terms, codependence). People who are needy or codependent, have a desperate need for love and affection from others. To receive this love and affection, they sacrifice their identity and remove their boundaries.

(Ironically, it's the lack of identity and boundaries that makes them unattractive to most people.)

People who blame others for their own emotions and actions do so because they believe that if they put the responsibility on those around them, they'll receive the love they've always wanted and needed. If they constantly paint themselves as a victim, eventually someone will come save them. — Mark Manson
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Ironically Love Sayings By Wendy Welch: The essential criterion for running a bookstore is less "Do you like books?" than "Do The essential criterion for running a bookstore is less "Do you like books?" than "Do you like people?" Ironically, we find that having unlimited access to more reading material than we ever could have imagined means we read less. Chuck and Dee Robinson own Village Books [...]He once said in an interview with business writer Rober Spector, "If you're opening a bookstore because you love reading books, then become a night watchman because you'll be able to read more books that way." He was right. It's amazing how just the sight of so much intellectual fodder quells the appetite, let alone how little time remains to read once the shelves have been straightened, the day's swap credits assessed and put away, and the sales taxes tallied. — Wendy Welch
Ironically Love Sayings By Fred Astaire: I inherited the knowledge that sometimes (talents) not only skip a generation, but sometimes run I inherited the knowledge that sometimes (talents) not only skip a generation, but sometimes run screaming from it. Ironically, it was the singing non-ability that helped feed my love of laughter. — Fred Astaire
Ironically Love Sayings By Zack Love: It's not a bad thing, if you're responsible about it. Just don't start having boyfriends. It's not a bad thing, if you're responsible about it. Just don't start having boyfriends. Wait until you've found your husband."
"And how am I supposed to find a husband if I can't have a boyfriend until then?" I asked ironically. — Zack Love
Ironically Love Sayings By Blake Shelton: Ironically, being a coach on 'The Voice' and spending time with those kids, Xenia and Ironically, being a coach on 'The Voice' and spending time with those kids, Xenia and Dia especially, I learned a lot about myself. It reminded me how lucky I am that this happened for me, and it kind of lit the spark inside me again for my love of music. — Blake Shelton
Ironically Love Sayings By Matthew Vaughn: Ironically, I think action can be the dullest part of movies nowadays - and I Ironically, I think action can be the dullest part of movies nowadays - and I love action movies! — Matthew Vaughn
Ironically Love Sayings By Mo'Nique Imes-Jackson: If you don't believe me, did you happen to notice that all that's being asked If you don't believe me, did you happen to notice that all that's being asked for is the right to be married, which ironically promotes commitment, family and love. — Mo'Nique Imes-Jackson
Ironically Love Sayings By Stefan Zweig: Now they both smiled. The sweet, light fragrance of a first youthful, half-unspoken love, with Now they both smiled. The sweet, light fragrance of a first youthful, half-unspoken love, with all its intoxicating tenderness, had awoken in them like a dream on which you reflect ironically when you wake, although you really wish for nothing more than to dream it again, to live in the dream. The beautiful dream of young love that ventures only on half-measures, that desires and dares not ask, promises and does not give. They — Stefan Zweig
Ironically Love Sayings By Bell Hooks: Ironically, the worship of of death as a strategy for coping with our underlying fear Ironically, the worship of of death as a strategy for coping with our underlying fear of death's power does not truly give us solace. It is deeply anxiety producing. The more we watch spectacles of death, of random violence and cruelty, the more afraid we become in our daily lives. — Bell Hooks
Ironically Love Sayings By Doina Moulin: Ironically, in life, you sacrifice everything you love in the name of love"~ the motto Ironically, in life, you sacrifice everything you love in the name of love"~ the motto of the romance novel Cupcakes and Cologne. — Doina Moulin
Ironically Love Sayings By Eve Ensler: So much of life, it seems to me, is the framing and naming of things. So much of life, it seems to me, is the framing and naming of things. I had been so busy creating a future of love that I never identified the life I was living as the life of love, because up until then I had never felt entitled enough or free enough or, honestly, brave enough to embrace my own narrative. Ironically, I had gone ahead and created the life I secretly must have wanted, but it had to be covert and off the record. Chemo was burning away the wrapper and suddenly I was in my version of life. Thus began the ecstasy - the joy, the pure joy of a spiritual pirate who finds the secret treasure. — Eve Ensler
Ironically Love Sayings By Carlton Cuse: Ironically, I wouldn't say I'm a massive horror fan. I love thrillers. Ironically, I wouldn't say I'm a massive horror fan. I love thrillers. — Carlton Cuse
Ironically Love Sayings By Elena Ferrante: At the ponds that evening I said to Antonio: "It's always been like that, since At the ponds that evening I said to Antonio: "It's always been like that, since we were little: everyone thinks she's bad and I'm good."
He kissed me, murmuring ironically, "Why, isn't that true?"
That response touched me and kept me from telling him that we had to part. It was a decision that seemed to me urgent, the affection wasn't love, I loved Nino, I knew I would love him forever. I had a gentle speech prepared for Antonio, I wanted to say to him: It's been wonderful, you helped me a lot at a time when I was sad, but now school is starting and this year is going to be difficult, I have new subjects, I'll have to study a lot; I'm sorry but we have to stop. I felt it was necessary and every afternoon I went to our meeting at the ponds with my little speech ready. But he was so affectionate, so passionate, that my courage failed and I put it off. — Elena Ferrante
Ironically Love Sayings By K.A. Barson: I change the channel to another movie. An old one, but new to me. And, I change the channel to another movie. An old one, but new to me. And, ironically, a thin, gorgeous blonde - Meg Ryan, maybe - rides her bike on a country road. She smiles like she has no cares in the world. Like no one ever judges her. Like her life is perfect. Wind through her hair and sunshine on her face. The only thing missing are the rainbows and butterflies and cartoon birds singing on her shoulder.

Maybe I should grab my bike and try to catch up with Mom, Mike, and the kids. They can't be going very fast. I would love to feel like that, even if it's just for a second - free and peaceful and normal.
Suddenly, there's a truck. It can't be headed toward Meg Ryan. Could it? Yes. Oh my God. No! Meg Ryan just got hit by that truck.

Figures. See what happens when you exercise? — K.A. Barson
Ironically Love Sayings By Denny Taylor: It's as if I died too,' she whispered to herself, 'as if I was born It's as if I died too,' she whispered to herself, 'as if I was born dead.'
Ironically, it was true. Emotionally she knew what her mind did not, beyond logic, beyond reason, as if somehow deep inside she felt what Sarah knew. — Denny Taylor
Ironically Love Sayings By Renee Carlino: True love is the ironically selfless need to know that your person will be okay True love is the ironically selfless need to know that your person will be okay without you. — Renee Carlino
Ironically Love Sayings By N. T. Wright: The gentle art of being gentle - of kindness and forgiveness, sensitivity and thoughtfulness and The gentle art of being gentle - of kindness and forgiveness, sensitivity and thoughtfulness and generosity and humility and good old-fashioned love - have gone out of fashion. Ironically, everyone is demanding their "rights," and this demand is so shrill that it destroys one of the most basic "rights," if we can put it like that: the "right," or at least the longing and hope, to have a peaceful, stable, secure, and caring place to live, to be, to learn, and to flourish. — N. T. Wright
Ironically Love Sayings By Addison Moore: Love is a fickle, slippery serpent that coils around its victim when they're least aware Love is a fickle, slippery serpent that coils around its victim when they're least aware and slowly suffocates them by the token fantasy that all it promised ever really existed. Love is a big, fat, fake, and I intend to blow its cover - ironically between the covers. — Addison Moore
Ironically Love Sayings By Shane Claiborne: Should I give money to homeless folks or beggars? Jesus said to give to everyone Should I give money to homeless folks or beggars? Jesus said to give to everyone who asks. That's a tough command. Sometimes we wonder what Jesus would do in the Calcutta slums or in our heroin-haunted streets, where folks ask for change on every corner. What we can say with confidence is that Jesus would not ignore them. "Give to everyone who asks" means "do not ignore people." We can always give dignity, attention, time, a listening ear. Sometimes we give money, sometimes not. But we can always give love. Ironically, giving money can be a cheap way to love someone. Many folks give money because they don't want to have an interaction; they just want to get someone off their back. There are times when giving money can even be a way to avoid the responsibility that a real relationship might demand. So I want to suggest, sure, give money, but give more than money . . . give yourself. — Shane Claiborne
Ironically Love Sayings By Ann Brasco: The alternative to pain may be worse. When you live with an open heart, you The alternative to pain may be worse. When you live with an open heart, you will inevitably get hurt. The alternative of living a life closed off from experience, however, is barren. Ironically, it also still involves suffering. In fearing pain, we already feel the pain from our fear. — Ann Brasco
Ironically Love Sayings By Christopher Moore: Wait, what? Ain't no thing. I'ma choke you out ironically, Evan, so you be too Wait, what? Ain't no thing. I'ma choke you out ironically, Evan, so you be too cool for school. Cool as a motherfuckin' corpse, Evan."
He let a little air through.
"I love something! I do love something."
"You do?"
"My cat, Cisco."
"Cisco? After the outlaw?"
"After the networking company."
"Yeah, I'm sho-nuff gonna choke this motherfucker out! — Christopher Moore
Ironically Love Sayings By Carl Henegan: When you have a person in your life who effortlessly make you feel like the When you have a person in your life who effortlessly make you feel like the most magnificent entity in the universe, there is only one other who has the power of making you feel less than nothing. Ironically enough, it is always that very same individual. — Carl Henegan
Ironically Love Sayings By Criss Jami: History does seem to repeat itself hence it's mindboggling to still hear the 'avoid all History does seem to repeat itself hence it's mindboggling to still hear the 'avoid all negative people' speeches from, of all people, supposedly important spiritual teachers. Ironically, their congregations would probably be the ones hiding their faces from the accuracies of truth speakers like Christ. Now, Christ was the complete opposite of negative, however the danger is that truth is often misunderstood as negativity by those who are constantly taught to only seek flattery. — Criss Jami