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52 Oddball Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Oddball Sayings By Chris Pine: When you feel like an oddball, it never really leaves you. Even now, I'm better When you feel like an oddball, it never really leaves you. Even now, I'm better around people who are uncomfortable with themselves - the misfits. — Chris Pine
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Oddball Sayings By Audrey Niffenegger: I feel moderately bad about this whole thing. On the one hand, I am providing I feel moderately bad about this whole thing. On the one hand, I am providing myself with urgently required survival skills. Other lessons in this series include Shoplifting, Beating People Up, Picking Locks, Climbing Trees, Driving, Housebreaking, Dumpster Diving, and How to Use Oddball Things like Venetian Blinds and Garbage Can Lids as Weapons. On the other hand, I'm corrupting my poor innocent little self. I sigh. Somebody's got to do it. — Audrey Niffenegger
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Oddball Sayings By Michael Lewis: One piece of bad luck was rapid technical change, which was a weapon that oddball One piece of bad luck was rapid technical change, which was a weapon that oddball upstarts could use against the enormous gray corporations. — Michael Lewis
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Oddball Sayings By Gail Carriger: It was their vampire teacher's custom of late to administer decidedly oddball lessons. Which is It was their vampire teacher's custom of late to administer decidedly oddball lessons. Which is to say, more oddball than an ordinary lesson with a vampire in a floating dirigible espionage school. — Gail Carriger
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Oddball Sayings By Mark Ruffalo: I was an introverted kid; I liked my time alone. And the rest of my I was an introverted kid; I liked my time alone. And the rest of my family is pretty extroverted, so I felt like a bit of an oddball. They're very gregarious and charming and charismatic people. I always felt like I was struggling as a young person. I think everyone was very surprised to hear that I wanted to be an actor. — Mark Ruffalo
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Oddball Sayings By Alison Moyet: If you think about it, I was at college, and then three months later, I If you think about it, I was at college, and then three months later, I was a massive pop star. It's stress-making, especially when you're a bit of an oddball as I was, the black sheep left to your own devices, and then suddenly everyone's interested in you. — Alison Moyet
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Oddball Sayings By Noam Chomsky: As long as people are marginalized and distracted [they] have no way to organize or As long as people are marginalized and distracted [they] have no way to organize or articulate their sentiments, or even know that others have these sentiments. People assume that they are the only people with a crazy idea in their heads. They never hear it from anywhere else. Nobody's supposed to think that ... Since there's no way to get together with other people who share or reinforce that view and help you articulate it, you feel like an oddity, an oddball. So you just stay on the side and you don't pay any attention to what's going on. You look at something else, like the Superbowl. — Noam Chomsky
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Oddball Sayings By Ry Cooder: In oddball places, the electric guitar has been taken as an almost alien object - In oddball places, the electric guitar has been taken as an almost alien object - this weird, six-stringed instrument that fell down to earth and was then played loud but with traditional grace and intelligence — Ry Cooder
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Oddball Sayings By CeeLo Green: I've been such an oddball my whole life, but I've always been cool and I've I've been such an oddball my whole life, but I've always been cool and I've always dressed fairly smartly. — CeeLo Green
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Oddball Sayings By Danny Jacobs: Truth: I'd rather leave itto chaos, nature's oddball math;why try drunk punching througha losing brawl? Truth: I'd rather leave it
to chaos, nature's oddball math;
why try drunk punching through
a losing brawl? — Danny Jacobs
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Oddball Sayings By Kiesza: I loved the bootcamp and the training. It was the actual Navy and the structure I loved the bootcamp and the training. It was the actual Navy and the structure after it that I realized wasn't for me because they're building soldiers. It's a system, and you can't really stick out; you can't be the oddball out in the military. — Kiesza
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Oddball Sayings By Idina Menzel: The one who tried too hard, the outsider, the oddball. Yeah, that was me. The one who tried too hard, the outsider, the oddball. Yeah, that was me. — Idina Menzel
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Oddball Sayings By Tana French: Boyle is a round, pancake-faced little oddball who gives you the impression that he has Boyle is a round, pancake-faced little oddball who gives you the impression that he has a room at home packed with disturbing magazines, neatly alphabetized, but he runs a scene impeccably — Tana French
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Oddball Sayings By Robert Anton Wilson: Drest had made a careful study of the Discordian philosophy and realized it was the Drest had made a careful study of the Discordian philosophy and realized it was the kind of outlandish nonsense that would appeal to the kind of people who made all the trouble in history-brilliant, intellectual, slightly deranged dope fiends and oddball math-and-technology buffs. — Robert Anton Wilson
Oddball Sayings By Stieg Larsson: I have tried to create main characters who are drastically different from the types who I have tried to create main characters who are drastically different from the types who generally appear in crime novels. Mikael Blomkvist, for instance, doesn't have ulcers or booze problems or an anxiety complex. He doesn't listen to operas, nor does he have an oddball hobby such as making model airplanes. — Stieg Larsson
Oddball Sayings By Sarah Thornton: I have to agree with Artforum publisher Charles Guarino: "It's the place where I found I have to agree with Artforum publisher Charles Guarino: "It's the place where I found the most kindred spirits - enough oddball, overeducated, anachronistic, anarchic people to make me happy." Finally, — Sarah Thornton
Oddball Sayings By Chris O'Dowd: I think there's something in the fact that it's hard to be good looking and I think there's something in the fact that it's hard to be good looking and funny. You have to have an oddball quality; people have to sympathise with you to find you funny. — Chris O'Dowd
Oddball Sayings By Susan Orlean: In an interesting inversion of status, the reigning breed in the dog park these days In an interesting inversion of status, the reigning breed in the dog park these days is the really-oddball-unidentifiable-mixed-breed-mutt-found-wandering-the-street or its equivalent. The stranger the mutt the better; the more peculiar the circumstance of it coming into your life, the better. — Susan Orlean
Oddball Sayings By Selena Gomez: I'd much rather be the oddball out than kind of create something of myself that I'd much rather be the oddball out than kind of create something of myself that I'm not proud of. — Selena Gomez
Oddball Sayings By Michael Sims: Henry David Thoreau was an oddball job quitter and ne'er-do-well who evolved into the bearded Henry David Thoreau was an oddball job quitter and ne'er-do-well who evolved into the bearded sage of literature, natural history, and civil liberties. — Michael Sims
Oddball Sayings By Porochista Khakpour: My interest, perhaps, came out of the trauma of being a young immigrant in this My interest, perhaps, came out of the trauma of being a young immigrant in this country and constantly feeling my "resident alien" status. I remember trying to learn English on kindergarten playgrounds. I tried hard to be a convincing American but it was a losing battle. I was labeled weird and that tag never left me - all through high school, I was always the oddball. It was not always an easy path - I just had to tell myself that one day, being on the periphery would become an asset (and I think it finally has, as a creative adult). — Porochista Khakpour
Oddball Sayings By Charles Saatchi: The most abiding memory of visiting Lucian Freud's studio were his eyes, with the gimlet The most abiding memory of visiting Lucian Freud's studio were his eyes, with the gimlet gaze of a Hooded Falcon. But he made for very relaxing company, quick to be amused at the world and his own peccadilloes. He enjoyed the seedy squalor of his rooms in a posh house in the most desirable part of Holland Park, and living up to his persona as an oddball bohemian. — Charles Saatchi
Oddball Sayings By Oliver Markus: Only about 3 percent of animal species are monogamous. A couple of penguins, some otters Only about 3 percent of animal species are monogamous. A couple of penguins, some otters and a few other oddball critters. To these select few it comes natural to mate for life and never look at another member of the opposite sex. Humans are not part of that little club. Like the other 97% of species, humans are not monogamous by nature. We just pretend that we are. — Oliver Markus
Oddball Sayings By Dave Gahan: I think Depeche Mode music somehow appeals to the oddball, to the person who is I think Depeche Mode music somehow appeals to the oddball, to the person who is looking for something a little bit different. — Dave Gahan
Oddball Sayings By James St. James: I was definitely the oddball freak show in school. I was definitely the oddball freak show in school. — James St. James
Oddball Sayings By Adam Schlesinger: I don't know if there was really ever a golden age of the music business. I don't know if there was really ever a golden age of the music business. Most of what was released has always been garbage and some has been able to get through and last. I don't know that it was much better thirty years ago. The music industry just wasn't as efficient. The music industry was more oddball guys who did it for fun and now they are huge corporations that have become more structured. — Adam Schlesinger
Oddball Sayings By Jim Goforth: What the fuck is this rubbish supposed to be? Special treatment? Ha, it isn't fucking What the fuck is this rubbish supposed to be? Special treatment? Ha, it isn't fucking Halloween, you oddball pack of Addams family rejects. I told you Mini-Morticia was a fucking freak and here's the proof. Looks like the whole family spend a little too much time swimming around in the murky end of the gene pool. — Jim Goforth
Oddball Sayings By Peter Jackson: I was bullied and regarded as little bit of an oddball myself. I was bullied and regarded as little bit of an oddball myself. — Peter Jackson
Oddball Sayings By Rainn Wilson: I think that doing comedy and playing Dwight is a service. Not to get grandiose I think that doing comedy and playing Dwight is a service. Not to get grandiose about it, but I have a talent for playing oddball characters and I can make people laugh and that can help bring families together and people will really enjoy it and it puts a smile on their face and I think that is a really great thing. — Rainn Wilson
Oddball Sayings By Dave Foley: If you live in Ohio and you don't wear scarlet and gray now, you're an If you live in Ohio and you don't wear scarlet and gray now, you're an oddball. And it used to be that you could go around town even in Columbus and see a bunch of people in Michigan shirts ... And that's horrible, isn't it?. — Dave Foley
Oddball Sayings By Jane Espenson: I watch a lot of TV, but I find that recently it's largely oddball stuff I watch a lot of TV, but I find that recently it's largely oddball stuff ... Scripted stuff sometimes feels like homework, like I'm scoping out the competition or something. — Jane Espenson
Oddball Sayings By Donna Tartt: We looked at each other. And it occurred to me that despite his faults, which We looked at each other. And it occurred to me that despite his faults, which were numerous and spectacular, the reason I'd liked Boris and felt happy around him from almost the moment I'd met him was that he was never afraid. You didn't meet many people who moved freely through the world with such a vigorous contempt for it and at the same time such oddball and unthwartable faith in what, in childhood, he had liked to call the Planet of Earth. — Donna Tartt
Oddball Sayings By Lance Henriksen: There's a potter that lived back in the 1800s, in Biloxi, Mississippi, and his name There's a potter that lived back in the 1800s, in Biloxi, Mississippi, and his name was George Ohr. He was of Russian descent, but they called him the "Mad Potter of Biloxi." I'd love to do a great character study and comedy about that guy's life. That would be my dream role. I know it's an oddball thing, but it's true. He lived at the turn of the century, in the 1800s. — Lance Henriksen
Oddball Sayings By Elizabeth McCracken: There were a lot of things I loved about working in a library, but mostly There were a lot of things I loved about working in a library, but mostly I miss the library patrons. I love books, but books are everywhere. Library patrons are as various and oddball and democratic as library books. — Elizabeth McCracken
Oddball Sayings By Stephen Jay Gould: If we make this readjustment to view Homo sapiens as an ultimate in oddball rarity, If we make this readjustment to view Homo sapiens as an ultimate in oddball rarity, and life at bacterial grade as the common expression of a universal phenomenon, then we could finally ask the truly fundamental question raised by the prospect of Martian fossils. If life originates as a general property of the material universe under certain conditions (probably often realized), then how much can the basic structure and constitution of life vary from place to independent place? — Stephen Jay Gould
Oddball Sayings By Lauren Groff: She'd been accepted to the one school she'd applied to, early, for no other reason She'd been accepted to the one school she'd applied to, early, for no other reason than that she'd loved the oddball essay questions in the application. How such small things can decide one's fate. — Lauren Groff
Oddball Sayings By John Astin: At a certain point he was very popular, from THE RAVEN. He was never fully At a certain point he was very popular, from THE RAVEN. He was never fully appreciated, never made the money, and you know he was looked upon with admiration by some people, but also as an oddball. But that was his point. — John Astin
Oddball Sayings By Jean Lorrain: Freneuse is an oddball, an idler, without any aim in life! If you ask me, Freneuse is an oddball, an idler, without any aim in life! If you ask me, he has smoked too much opium in the East, and that explains his somnolence, his morbid lethargies. It's the hazardous legacy of bad habits! He has been comprehensively undone; the heavy influence of poisonous opiates never ceases to oppress him. Besides which, his steel-blue eyes are surely the eyes of a smoker of opium. He carries the drunken burden of hemp in his veins. Opium is like syphilis' - le Mazel released the word carelessly - 'it is a thing which stays for years and years in the blood, because the body is unable to purge itself. It must be absorbed, in the long run, by iodide. — Jean Lorrain
Oddball Sayings By Dick Meyer: Statistically, if you're reading this sentence, you're an oddball. The average American spends three minutes Statistically, if you're reading this sentence, you're an oddball. The average American spends three minutes a day reading a book. At this moment, you and I are engaged in an essentially antiquated interaction. Welcome, fellow Neanderthal! — Dick Meyer
Oddball Sayings By Bruce Springsteen: Here we live in the shadow of the steeple, where the holy rubber meets the Here we live in the shadow of the steeple, where the holy rubber meets the road, all crookedly blessed in God's mercy, in the heart-stopping, pants-dropping, race-riot-creating, oddball-hating, soul-shaking, love-and-fear-making, heartbreaking town of Freehold, New Jersey. Let the service begin. — Bruce Springsteen
Oddball Sayings By Mary Roach: Follow your instincts. Do the kind of writing you love to do and do best. Follow your instincts. Do the kind of writing you love to do and do best. 'Stiff' was an oddball book - I mean, a funny book about cadavers? - and I worried that it would be too unconventional. In the end, that's what has made it a success, I think. — Mary Roach
Oddball Sayings By Katherine Helmond: The choice of roles as I grow older gets more and more limited, so if The choice of roles as I grow older gets more and more limited, so if I pin myself to one kind of part I would get in trouble. So, these oddball ladies came along for me to do - I guess Terry Gilliam helped in this respect. I have found them more interesting, flashier and I get more mileage out of them. — Katherine Helmond
Oddball Sayings By Erica Durance: I have an oddball sense of humor. So when there was an episode at a I have an oddball sense of humor. So when there was an episode at a comic book convention-of course they end up having Lois dress up all sexy and stuff-but really what I would dress up like is a Stormtrooper. That's what I'd do, because it's hilarious, and who doesn't want to be that at some point, right? So then they made something out of that. — Erica Durance
Oddball Sayings By Dolly Parton: I've always kinda been a little outcast myself, a little oddball, doin' my thing, my I've always kinda been a little outcast myself, a little oddball, doin' my thing, my own way. And it's been hard for me to, to be accepted, certainly in the early years of my life. — Dolly Parton
Oddball Sayings By Alia Mamdouh: I really like you better aimless and lost among people, a little crazy, oddball, not I really like you better aimless and lost among people, a little crazy, oddball, not looking like yourself. So that I don't know you at all and the nearer I get to you the more you separate yourself from me
I get dizzy trying to follow you and I have to work really hard
and that's what I want! — Alia Mamdouh
Oddball Sayings By Dolly Parton: I've always been a freak and different, oddball even in my childhood and my own I've always been a freak and different, oddball even in my childhood and my own family, so I can relate to people who are struggling and trying to find their true identity. I do not sit in the seat of judgment.. I love people for who they are. We're all God's children. — Dolly Parton
Oddball Sayings By Eugene Mirman: The only thing wrong with me was that I was a weirdo that hated school. The only thing wrong with me was that I was a weirdo that hated school. I'm sure now there'd be a disorder for it, but I was just an oddball. — Eugene Mirman
Oddball Sayings By Ethan Hawke: When I woke up I was naked. I have this one oddball idiosyncrasy: Sometimes in When I woke up I was naked. I have this one oddball idiosyncrasy: Sometimes in my sleep I take off all my clothes. — Ethan Hawke
Oddball Sayings By Paul Zindel: Be yourself! Be individualistic!' he called out after me. 'But for God's sake get your Be yourself! Be individualistic!' he called out after me. 'But for God's sake get your hair cut. You look like an oddball. — Paul Zindel
Oddball Sayings By J. Carter Brown: I found that it wasn't so oddball to like music and poetry and visual arts, I found that it wasn't so oddball to like music and poetry and visual arts, they're kindred spirits. — J. Carter Brown
Oddball Sayings By Benji Durden: In training, don't be afraid to be an oddball, eccentric, or extremist. Only by daring In training, don't be afraid to be an oddball, eccentric, or extremist. Only by daring to go against tradition can new ways of training be learned. The trick is recognizing quickly when a new approach is counterproductive. — Benji Durden
Oddball Sayings By Lee Remick: I'm not an oddball. I'm not an oddball. — Lee Remick