Pretentious Philosophical Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Pretentious Philosophical Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Theodore Zeldin: The kind of conversation I like is one in which you are prepared to emerge The kind of conversation I like is one in which you are prepared to emerge a slightly different person. — Theodore Zeldin
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Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Christina Lauren: Finally, Bennett: 1; Chloe: Finally, Bennett: 1; Chloe: 0 — Christina Lauren
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Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Rick Yancey: The match was over before it began. When the game is fixed, how do you The match was over before it began. When the game is fixed, how do you avoid losing? — Rick Yancey
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Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Roger Zelazny: Let there be an end to thought. Thus do I refute Descartes.' I sprawled, not Let there be an end to thought. Thus do I refute Descartes.' I sprawled, not a cogito or a sum to my name. — Roger Zelazny
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Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Samuel Johnson: It is much easier not to write like a man than to write like a It is much easier not to write like a man than to write like a woman. — Samuel Johnson
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Olivia Hussey: I'm one of those actresses that really enjoys staying home with my children. To be I'm one of those actresses that really enjoys staying home with my children. To be told you've got to get to work, it is just unbelievable what it does to you. — Olivia Hussey
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Jonathan Renshaw: You would think,' Aedan said, 'that I'd feel good about this-I've grown while he, my You would think,' Aedan said, 'that I'd feel good about this-I've grown while he, my old enemy, has shrunk. Yet all I feel is a terrible ache. I pity him, that he has been called by age to surrender his strength. — Jonathan Renshaw
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Mark Twain: This book is merely a personal narrative, and not a pretentious history or a philosophical This book is merely a personal narrative, and not a pretentious history or a philosophical dissertation. It is a record of several years of variegated vagabondizing, and it's object is rather to help the resting reader while away an idle hour than afflict him with metaphysics, or goad him with science. — Mark Twain
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Erin Cummings: At the end of the day, you are solely responsible for your success and your At the end of the day, you are solely responsible for your success and your failure. And the sooner you realize that, you accept that, and integrate that into your work ethic, you will start being successful. As long as you blame others for the reason you aren't where you want to be, you will always be a failure. — Erin Cummings
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Dervla Murphy: One of the advantages of cycling is that it automatically prevents a journey from becoming One of the advantages of cycling is that it automatically prevents a journey from becoming an Expedition. — Dervla Murphy
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Joe Arpaio: Maybe today you could have shot anybody and get away with it. So there's many Maybe today you could have shot anybody and get away with it. So there's many times, I could have killed people. Legally, I could have killed many people, especially working undercover. — Joe Arpaio
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Douglas Adams: For instance, he would often gate-crash university parties, get badly drunk and start making fun For instance, he would often gate-crash university parties, get badly drunk and start making fun of any astrophysicists he could find till he got thrown out. — Douglas Adams
Pretentious Philosophical Sayings By Kim Gordon: ...one of those mutual I-can-tell-you-are-a-super-sensitive-and-emotional-person-too sorts of connections. ...one of those mutual I-can-tell-you-are-a-super-sensitive-and-emotional-person-too sorts of connections. — Kim Gordon