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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Christopher Pike: When you do something because you're angry, you almost always do the wrong thing. When you do something because you're angry, you almost always do the wrong thing. — Christopher Pike
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By William Friedkin: But the audience is right. They're always, always right. You hear directors complain that the But the audience is right. They're always, always right. You hear directors complain that the advertising was lousy, the distribution is no good, the date was wrong to open the film. I don't believe that. The audience is never wrong. Never. — William Friedkin
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Jasinda Wilder: Things always seem impossible when you're on the wrong side of fear. Things always seem impossible when you're on the wrong side of fear. — Jasinda Wilder
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By LeBron James: You know, my family and friends have never been yes-men: 'Yes, you're doing the right You know, my family and friends have never been yes-men: 'Yes, you're doing the right thing, you're always right.' No, they tell me when I'm wrong, and that's why I've been able to stay who I am and stay humble. — LeBron James
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By C. JoyBell C.: As women, we are always taught never to let a man know of our affections As women, we are always taught never to let a man know of our affections towards him, lest he laugh, run away, or think that we are psycho. But what if that's not true? Have you ever stopped to think that? What if it's like there's a beautiful little bird in our hearts and we're too afraid to let anyone see it in there? What's wrong with letting anyone know that there's a bird in your chest? Maybe there are lots of wrong ones, but maybe there's one that's just for you - the one who won't laugh or run away when he sees that little bird. After all, it's just a pretty bird! — C. JoyBell C.
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Kristen Ashley: You're wrong,darlin', I got wild in me. And I'll never lose it. It's just that You're wrong,darlin', I got wild in me. And I'll never lose it. It's just that my wild is a safe place for you and it will always be. - Brock — Kristen Ashley
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Steve Wozniak: When you're providing a service to somebody, you're the guy they always call when something's When you're providing a service to somebody, you're the guy they always call when something's wrong. — Steve Wozniak
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Lucy Robinson: There are some people with whom your body works.With whom you fall into stride without There are some people with whom your body works.With whom you fall into stride without trying; with whom you're warm when it's cold; with whom you always feel the right size even if you feel the wrong size everywhere else. — Lucy Robinson
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Naomie Harris: I definitely felt frightened [on Skyfall], but never in danger, because they were always so I definitely felt frightened [on Skyfall], but never in danger, because they were always so careful about everything. Some of the driving, particularly on that road around the sheer-drop cliff was actually done by stunt driver Ben Collin, who is otherwise known as The Stig from the TV show Pop Gear. He's a brilliant drive, nonetheless, it was terrifying to be careening along when a wrong turn would mean a thousand-foot drop and you're not in control and you want to slow the car down. — Naomie Harris
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Billy Bob Thornton: I always have an idea before we even start the movie because if you hire I always have an idea before we even start the movie because if you hire the wrong person, within a couple of days you're going to know that and you're going to be really panicked. — Billy Bob Thornton
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Harvey Fierstein: Always admit when you're wrong. You'll save thousands in therapy ... and a few friendships Always admit when you're wrong. You'll save thousands in therapy ... and a few friendships too. — Harvey Fierstein
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Darren Aronofsky: I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I have no regrets. So I try to choose the road that I have the most passion on because then you can never really blame yourself for making the wrong choices. You can always say you're following your passion. — Darren Aronofsky
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Brad Meltzer: Do you know the real secret of how Presidents become Presidents?" Before I can answer, Do you know the real secret of how Presidents become Presidents?" Before I can answer, he explains, "It's because they're good at getting people to do things for them. In fact, they're not just good at it. They're maestros. Virtuosos. To get that title of President, you need thousands of people doing thousands of different things, all for your benefit. It's a massive churning machine. And y'know what feeds that machine?" he asks. "People like you, Beecher. It's fed with your life, and your family, and your reputation. Because when things go wrong ... and they always go wrong ... the President isn't allowed to have that skunk smell around him. So when that happens, he doesn't just replace you. He crumples you up, tosses you out back, and ... chomp goes the woodchipper. — Brad Meltzer
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Natalie Angier: What is wrong with looking muscular? Muscles are beautiful. Strength is beautiful. Muscle tissue is What is wrong with looking muscular? Muscles are beautiful. Strength is beautiful. Muscle tissue is beautiful. It is metabolically, medically, and philosophically beautiful. Muscles retreat when they're not used, but they will always come back if you give them good reason. No matter how old you get, your muscles never lose hope. Few cells of the body are as capable as muscle cells are of change and reformation, of achievement and transcendence. — Natalie Angier
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Claudia Gray: I think you feel more deeply than most people ever do; you just don't know I think you feel more deeply than most people ever do; you just don't know how to show it. You always feel - out of step. You're not like the people around you, and they know it as well as you do. And you think it's because something's wrong with you, so you retreat deeper into the background. That just means people don't get to know the real you.
You're lonely. You've been lonely so long I think you've forgotten there's any other way to be. — Claudia Gray
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Neil Gaiman: When people tell you there's something wrong with a story, they're almost always right. When When people tell you there's something wrong with a story, they're almost always right. When they tell what it is that's wrong and how it can be fixed, they're almost always wrong. — Neil Gaiman
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Kiese Laymon: Really, we're fighting because she raised me to never forget I was born on parole, Really, we're fighting because she raised me to never forget I was born on parole, which means no black hoodies in wrong neighborhoods, no jogging at night, hands in plain sight at all times in public, no intimate relationships with white women, never driving over the speed limit or doing those rolling stops at stop signs, always speaking the King's English in the presence of white folks, never being outperformed in school or in public by white students, and, most importantly, always remembering that no matter what, the worst of white folks will do anything to get you. — Kiese Laymon
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Duff Goldman: If you're going to figure something out, study ethics. You can ask What's the answer? If you're going to figure something out, study ethics. You can ask What's the answer? What's Right and Wrong? What I learned is that nobody knows the answer and there is no Right and Wrong. So I'm incapable of becoming a fundamentalist because there are no absolutes, there's always a what if. — Duff Goldman
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Michael O'Leary: People say the customer is always right, but you know what - they're not. Sometimes People say the customer is always right, but you know what - they're not. Sometimes they are wrong and they need to be told so. — Michael O'Leary
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Will Yun Lee: Whenever you're fighting with weapons, there's a level of reality because people don't understand that Whenever you're fighting with weapons, there's a level of reality because people don't understand that these are still metal or hard rubber with sharp points - that if the timing's wrong, you could definitely get hurt. There's nothing like working with an actor who doesn't know what they're doing, because you're always in fear of losing an eye. — Will Yun Lee
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Clint Eastwood: Everybody always feels that they're right even if they're wrong and that's what a whole Everybody always feels that they're right even if they're wrong and that's what a whole actor's career is built around rationalizing your way into whatever character you're playing. — Clint Eastwood
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Dean Koontz: Oh, my adorable fry cook, wait till you see them. They're the most hideous, terrifying Oh, my adorable fry cook, wait till you see them. They're the most hideous, terrifying creatures, and wickedly cunning, and there's ever so much that can go wrong. But what you always know now, what we all know here, is exactly what we're fighting for and how right it is to fight for it. — Dean Koontz
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You're Always Wrong Sayings By Alan Moore: Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn't there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who's to blame? Well certainly there are those more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable, but again truth be told, if you're looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror. I know why you did it. I know you were afraid. Who wouldn't be? War, terror, disease. There were a myriad of problems which conspired to corrupt your reason and rob you of your common sense. — Alan Moore
You're Always Wrong Sayings By David Foster Wallace: The next suitable person you're in light conversation with, you stop suddenly in the middle The next suitable person you're in light conversation with, you stop suddenly in the middle of the conversation and look at the person closely and say, "What's wrong?" You say it in a concerned way. He'll say, "What do you mean?" You say, "Something's wrong. I can tell. What is it?" And he'll look stunned and say, "How did you know?" He doesn't realize something's always wrong, with everybody. Often more than one thing. He doesn't know everybody's always going around all the time with something wrong and believing they're exerting great willpower and control to keep other people, for whom they think nothing's ever wrong, from seeing it. — David Foster Wallace
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Catherine Deneuve: You're better off not preparing, because what you prepare will always be wrong. You're better off not preparing, because what you prepare will always be wrong. — Catherine Deneuve
You're Always Wrong Sayings By George: Alright. Well, in all honesty, I don't feel that what I've done is a crime. Alright. Well, in all honesty, I don't feel that what I've done is a crime. And I think it's illogical and irresponsible for you to sentence me to prison. Because, when you think about it, what did I really do? I crossed an imaginary line with a bunch of plants. I mean, you say I'm an outlaw, you say I'm a thief, but where's the Christmas dinner for the people on relief? Huh? You say you're looking for someone who's never weak but always strong, to gather flowers constantly whether you are right or wrong, someone to open each and every door, but it ain't me, babe, huh? No, no, no, it ain't me, babe. It ain't me you're looking for, babe. You follow? — George
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Karina Halle: I love you Camden. I love you so damn, fucking much and it's so right I love you Camden. I love you so damn, fucking much and it's so right and it's so wrong because people are dying, and we're almost dying and Gus is out there and my mother and we can't trust anybody and all I can think about is you. All I can think about is how much I love you and how badly I fucked everything up and I I don't deserves you but I need you." I made a fist with my hands and pounded it against his chest, hard, my tears flowing. "I fucking need you and I need you to forgive me. I need that more than anything in the world! I need you to make me good."
He swallowed hard, letting me hit him, his fingers strong on my jaw. "Ellie, Ellie, Ellie. You are good, deep down you always have been. You don't need me for that. — Karina Halle
You're Always Wrong Sayings By John C. Maxwell: If you're always at the head of the class, then you're in the wrong class. If you're always at the head of the class, then you're in the wrong class. — John C. Maxwell
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Billy Collins: To write poetry is to be very alone, but you always have the company of To write poetry is to be very alone, but you always have the company of your influences. But you also have the company of the form itself, which has a kind of consciousness. I mean, the sonnet will simply tell you, that's too many syllables or that's too many lines or that's the wrong place.So, instead of being alone, you're in dialogue with the form. — Billy Collins
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Stacia Kane: There is always a reason to live, no matter how you might feel right now. There is always a reason to live, no matter how you might feel right now. There are always people who care about you, people willing to listen and try to help you. If you think you don't have anyone, you're wrong, because you can call me, here on this show. I care and I'll listen. — Stacia Kane
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Chris Rhyss Edwards: There will always be conflict in a world where an "I'm right, means you're wrong" There will always be conflict in a world where an "I'm right, means you're wrong" mentality exists because the world is inelegantly viewed as black and white. One possible path beyond this mental miasma is to make the effort to try and understand alternate perspectives on the matters we hold most dear. — Chris Rhyss Edwards
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: If there's empty spaces in your heart,They'll make you think it's wrong,Like having empty spaces,Means If there's empty spaces in your heart,
They'll make you think it's wrong,
Like having empty spaces,
Means you never can be strong,
But I've learned that all these spaces,
Means there's room enough to grow,
And the people that once filled them,
Were always meant to be let go,
And all these empty spaces,
Create a strange sort of pull,
That attract so many people,
You wouldn't meet if they were full,
So if you're made of empty spaces,
Don't ever think it's wrong,
Because maybe they're just empty,
Until the right person comes along. — Ernest Hemingway,
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Julie Cross: You're always observing people, but maybe you're studying the wrong things. You're always observing people, but maybe you're studying the wrong things. — Julie Cross
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Terry Pratchett: You're going to turn into somebody like Miss Tick, said her Second Thoughts. Do you You're going to turn into somebody like Miss Tick, said her Second Thoughts. Do you really want that? "Yes," said a voice, and Tiffany realized that it was hers again. The anger rose up, joyfully. "Yes! I'm me! I am careful and logical and I look up things I don't understand! When I hear people use the wrong words, I get edgy! I am good with cheese. I read books fast! I think! And I always have a piece of string! That's the kind of person I am!" She stopped. Even Wentworth was staring at her now. He blinked. "Big water cow gone," he suggested meekly. "That's right! Good boy!" said Tiffany. "When we get home, you can have one sweet!" She — Terry Pratchett
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Simon Montefiore: The Nazis knew they were doing wrong, so they hid everything; the Bolsheviks were convinced The Nazis knew they were doing wrong, so they hid everything; the Bolsheviks were convinced they were doing right, so they kept everything. Like it or not, you're a Russian historian, a searcher for lost souls, and in Russia the truth is always written not in ink, like in other places, but in innocent blood. These archives are as sacred as Golgotha. In the dry rustle of the files you can hear the crying of children, the shunting of trains, the echo of footsteps down to the cellars, the single shot of the Nagant pistol delivering the seven grams. The very paper smells of blood" (401). — Simon Montefiore
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Jane Jacobs: You can't prescribe decently for something you hate. It will always come out wrong. You You can't prescribe decently for something you hate. It will always come out wrong. You can't prescribe decently for something you despair in. If you despair of humankind, you're not going to have good policies for nurturing human beings. I think people ought to give prescriptions who have ideas for improving things, ought to concentrate on the things that they love and that they want to nurture. — Jane Jacobs
You're Always Wrong Sayings By John Waters: And yep, here's yet one more heterosexual man who loves his wife. I'm telling you, And yep, here's yet one more heterosexual man who loves his wife. I'm telling you, it's a trend! Women I know who are always complaining they can never meet a good straight man - maybe you're living in the wrong part of the country. Maybe you need to hitchhike. Route 70 West could be the path to a great marriage. Go ahead, stick out your thumb for romance. — John Waters
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Isaac Asimov: It's just that old people always think young people haven't really learned about love; and It's just that old people always think young people haven't really learned about love; and young people think that old people have forgotten about love; and, you know, they're both wrong. — Isaac Asimov
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Beth Moore: My name is Pride. I am a cheater. I cheat you of your God-given destiny My name is Pride. I am a cheater. I cheat you of your God-given destiny ... because you demand your own way. I cheat you of contentment ... because you "deserve better than this." I cheat you of knowledge ... because you already know it all. I cheat you of healing ... because you're too full of me to forgive. I cheat you of holiness ... because you refuse to admit when you're wrong. I cheat you of vision ... because you'd rather look in the mirror than out a window. I cheat you of genuine friendship ... because nobody's going to know the real you. I cheat you of love ... because real romance demands sacrifice. I cheat you of greatness in heaven ... because you refuse to wash another's feet on earth. I cheat you of God's glory ... because I convince you to seek your own. My name is Pride. I am a cheater. You like me because you think I'm always looking out for you. Untrue. — Beth Moore
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Scott Berkun: It's only through effort that we learn what an idea actually is, and if our It's only through effort that we learn what an idea actually is, and if our passion for it will last or fade. There is no shame in failure - all makers fail. But it's hard to respect someone who never tries, even once, to do something good that's always on their mind. If you're worried about how good your idea is, you're worrying about the wrong thing. — Scott Berkun
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Charles Bukowski: Nothing like beautiful legs. 'Cause with beautiful legs, even if you've been there only once Nothing like beautiful legs. 'Cause with beautiful legs, even if you've been there only once or twice, there might be something up there besides the cunt, there might be something really marvellous this time - it could be a cunt, but it could be - it's just something about looking at the legs just makes you - I'm not saying there's anything wrong with the cunt, I'm just saying, you always imagine - some extra magic when you're looking at the outside portion of the female. — Charles Bukowski
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Kathryn Perez: Jessica, you're my here, my there, and my always everywhere. Together or apart, you've awakened Jessica, you're my here, my there, and my always everywhere. Together or apart, you've awakened a part of me that's been locked away for the past year. I love you and if loving you is wrong, then I don't ever want to be right. — Kathryn Perez
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Richie Norton: Ever feel like you're always winding up and never throwing it out? You might blame Ever feel like you're always winding up and never throwing it out? You might blame it on perfectionism or procrastination or preparation. You may even call it prudent. But whatever it is...IT'S NOT WORKING. I call this phenomenon "petrified performance." Where you're busy, busy, busy (on the wrong activities or the right activities for too long), and never accomplishing the idea or task you set out to do. You're stuck. Like a tree that once was lively is now dead and immovable like a stone. What once was a fluid idea is now frozen in time. How do you overcome petrified performance? With practice, silly. Everything you do should be considered a "project" because projects have a beginning and an end with a timeline. No more dreaming. Wake up and put those dreams to work by putting the steps necessary to make them happen on the calendar. Are you willing to practice? That's my prescription. — Richie Norton
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Paul Anka: Once you realize that you're in something that you've always wanted and you don't want Once you realize that you're in something that you've always wanted and you don't want to lose it, you behave differently. And that means the integrity, the professionalism, and knowing what's right from wrong and still making choices that you probably wouldn't have made. — Paul Anka
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Lee Child: It's always fifty-fifty, Pete. Like tossing a coin. Either I'm wrong, or I'm right, either It's always fifty-fifty, Pete. Like tossing a coin. Either I'm wrong, or I'm right, either you bring us back, or you don't, either Deputy Chiefs are what they say they are, or they're not. Always fifty-fifty. One thing or the other is always true. — Lee Child
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: You know, I think some people fear that if they like the wrong kind of You know, I think some people fear that if they like the wrong kind of book, it will reflect poorly on them. It can go with genre, too. Somebody will say, "I won't read science fiction, or I won't read young adult novels" - all of those genres can become prisons. I always find it funny when the serious literary world will make a little crack in its wall and allow in one pet genre writer and crown them and say, "Well Elmore Leonard is actually a real writer." Or "Stephen King is actually a really good writer." Generally speaking, you know you're being patronized when somebody uses the word "actually — Elizabeth Gilbert
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Cath Crowley: Tell me about the sharks, Rosie," Dave said, trying to cheer me up. "Well, you Tell me about the sharks, Rosie," Dave said, trying to cheer me up. "Well, you can't tell how dangerous they are from their size. That's all wrong. The big ones don't always feed on meat." "How do you tell a dangerous one?" he asked. "Their teeth." "So what, you ask them to smile?" "If you're stupid enough to come close and see them smile," I said, thinking of Luke, "then you deserve everything you get. — Cath Crowley
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Gaby Rodriguez: There are always going to be some people in life who disappoint you and don't There are always going to be some people in life who disappoint you and don't believe in you like you hoped they would, and you have to find the strength to rise about it and realize that they're wrong. You're still a worthy person whether they thing so or not. If there's no one else to tell it to you, then tell it to yourself. — Gaby Rodriguez
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Tim Conway: People who come along all the time and they ask, 'What's wrong with this?' In People who come along all the time and they ask, 'What's wrong with this?' In other words, they're always wondering how close to the edge they can getand still be a Christian. Listen, if any of you are like that, just go back to the world. Stop testing the edges. If it's the world you want, go back to it! And if you want to love Christ, then love Christ, and love Him with all your heart, and follow Him, and stop playing this idiotic game where you want to see how close to the edge you can live. — Tim Conway
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Neil Gaiman: There," she said, waving her hands at the corridor. The expression of delight on her There," she said, waving her hands at the corridor. The expression of delight on her face was a very bad thing to see."You're wrong! You don't know where your parents are, do you?" she turned and looked at Coraline. "Now," she said, "you're going to stay here for ever and always. — Neil Gaiman
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Selena Gomez: I always want to push myself, even though I'm not in the entire thing. My I always want to push myself, even though I'm not in the entire thing. My friend Taylor says, "If you're the smartest person in the entire room, you're in the wrong room." — Selena Gomez
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Moira Young: Well, says Mercy, maybe it's time you started makin up your own mind about things. Well, says Mercy, maybe it's time you started makin up your own mind about things. As far as I'm concerned, stars is just ... stars.
She tips her head back. She stares at the sky so long, it's almost like she's up there with the stars an the moon an the planets, like she's fergot we're here. I clear my throat. She gives a start. Smiles at us.
Of course, she says, there's always a chance I could be wrong. — Moira Young
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Yongey Mingyur: We choose ignorance because we can. We choose awareness because we can. Samsara and nirvana We choose ignorance because we can. We choose awareness because we can. Samsara and nirvana are simply different points of view based on the choices we make in how to examine and understand our experience. There's nothing magical about nirvana and nothing bad or wrong about samsara. If you're determined to think of yourself as limited, fearful, vulnerable, or scarred by past experience, know only that you have chosen to do so, and that the opportunity to experience yourself differently is always available. — Yongey Mingyur
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Victor Levin: You're not always right. You're often wrong. But at least you're looking at it as You're not always right. You're often wrong. But at least you're looking at it as objectively as you can with as much experience as you can in the moment and saying, "Yeah, I think it's funny" or "No, I don't think it's funny yet." — Victor Levin
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Chuck D: A lot of times black folks look for love in all the wrong places. You're A lot of times black folks look for love in all the wrong places. You're always looking for somebody to love you, be accepted, and there's the insecurities that are even transmitted through rap. Everyone is trying to aim to please too much. — Chuck D
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Georgia Jagger: Fake tan is really difficult to get right. When I was younger, I'd always do Fake tan is really difficult to get right. When I was younger, I'd always do it wrong. I'd leave it on and forget to wash it off. So I embrace being pale. I like getting a tan, but I also think that if you're going to do it, it has to be gradual. I just work the pale thing now. — Georgia Jagger
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Elaine Stritch: People will always be around to tell you you're no good or you're wrong or People will always be around to tell you you're no good or you're wrong or unwise to keep doing what you want to do. They're wrong. They're always wrong. Keep going. — Elaine Stritch
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Karl Pilkington: I am pessimistic, I think that's the best way to be, because if you're always I am pessimistic, I think that's the best way to be, because if you're always expecting the best - the best doesn't always happen. Nine times out of 10 it doesn't. I'm surprised when things go smoothly. I don't know what's wrong with being pessimistic - unless you are such a pessimist that you don't do anything. — Karl Pilkington
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Tim Cook: Creativity and innovation are something you can't flowchart out. Some things you can, and we Creativity and innovation are something you can't flowchart out. Some things you can, and we do, and we're very disciplined in those areas. But creativity isn't one of those. A lot of companies have innovation departments, and this is always a sign that something is wrong when you have a VP of innovation or something. You know, put a for-sale sign on the door. — Tim Cook
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Horace: No, but you're wrong now, and always will be. No, but you're wrong now, and always will be. — Horace
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Philip K. Dick: I'm sorry, she thought. But she said nothing. I can't save you or anybody else I'm sorry, she thought. But she said nothing. I can't save you or anybody else from being dark. She thought of Frank. I wonder if he's dead yet. Said the wrong things; spoke out of line. No, she thought. Somehow he likes Japs. Maybe he identifies with them because they're ugly. She had always told Frank that he was ugly. Large pores. Big nose. Her own skin was finely knit, unusually so. Did he fall dead without me? A fink is a finch, a form of bird. And they say birds die. — Philip K. Dick
You're Always Wrong Sayings By James Inhofe: When I was ambushed by global warming advocates recently-no, they haven't given up-they asked me When I was ambushed by global warming advocates recently-no, they haven't given up-they asked me the same questions they always ask: "What if you're wrong?" and "If you're wrong will you apologize to future generations?" I always answer, "What if you're wrong? Will you apologize to my twenty kids and grandkids for the largest tax increase in American history?" They usually don't have anything to say after that. — James Inhofe
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Cressida Cowell: The thing about grown ups is that they're always wanting you to be this Great The thing about grown ups is that they're always wanting you to be this Great Hero and Leader. What's wrong with being NORMAL, for Thor's sake? What's wrong with just being SO-SO at stuff? They're just totally unrealistic ... — Cressida Cowell
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Bijou Hunter: As we dried off, Judd demanded, "Say you're mine." The dark look in Judd's eyes As we dried off, Judd demanded, "Say you're mine."
The dark look in Judd's eyes was intense. The angry tension in his expression made me feel like someone had doubted his right to me and he was proving them wrong.
"I'm yours forever."
"I won't let you go. Even if you want to leave, I won't be able to let you leave."
"Wait, are you threatening me?" I asked, squinting at him.
"I'm threatening the guy who tries to take you away."
"What's he like?" I teased, stepping away from his curious fingers. "How does he woo me from my man?"
"Who cares? He'll be dead before he touches you."
"Because I'm yours?" I said, backing up towards the bed. "Because I'll always be yours?"
Watching me slide under the covers and hold them up for him, Judd gave me a soft smile. "You really are my angel."
"And you'll always be my knight. — Bijou Hunter
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Stephen Sondheim: That's the trouble with awards for a body of work. They always come at both That's the trouble with awards for a body of work. They always come at both a good time and a wrong time. Good because they tell you what you've been doing was worth the doing and wrong because they ought to come when you're young and excited and hungry for assurance that what you're doing is worth the doing. — Stephen Sondheim
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Jessie Lane: No Belle, you're wrong. No one will ever make me feel the way I do No Belle, you're wrong. No one will ever make me feel the way I do with you. I know this with the certainty that the sun will set today and rise again tomorrow. The kind of certainty that when the moon rises and the stars blink in the sky that they'll all still look way too dim to me. They'll always look too dim because you are the brightest star in my life and, without you, everything else seems cloudy. I only seem to see things clearly when you're around and I know all of that because you are my soul — Jessie Lane
You're Always Wrong Sayings By John Flanagan: Always expect something to go wrong," he told him. "Believe me, if you're wrong, you're Always expect something to go wrong," he told him. "Believe me, if you're wrong, you're not dissapointed. If you're right, you're ready for it. — John Flanagan
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: A writer's job is to cultivate what can go wrong. You're always looking for that A writer's job is to cultivate what can go wrong. You're always looking for that dramatic arc of where things can fail. — Chuck Palahniuk
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Richard Laymon: In my vast experience, I've found it always wiser to go along with female advice In my vast experience, I've found it always wiser to go along with female advice ... First, you make them happy by doing what they tell you. That's the main thing. Let them think they're in control. They love it. Then, if it turns out they were right, everything's cool. If it turns out they were wrong ... then you have the pleasure of basking in the glow of superiority. — Richard Laymon
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Eileen Cook: Tell me the truth. When you were a kid, did you always color inside the Tell me the truth. When you were a kid, did you always color inside the lines?"
"Coloring in the lines is the whole point. That's why they have lines," I said.
"That's where you're wrong. The lines are there just to hold you in. Like a prison. Think what you might have created if there hadn't been any lines. — Eileen Cook
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Khloe Kardashian: When in doubt, I always, always buy clear vases. You really can't go wrong with When in doubt, I always, always buy clear vases. You really can't go wrong with minimalist clear vases, especially when you're sending someone flowers. The flowers are the star of the show and need to shine! — Khloe Kardashian
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Brodi Ashton: I want my heart. I'll trade you for it. I'll give you anything. Almost anything". I want my heart. I'll trade you for it. I'll give you anything. Almost anything". He tilted his head forward in a challenging way.
"Give me you"
"Anything else". Cole raised an eyebrow.
"You think I care about anything else?"
I looked down at the floor.
"Where's my heart" I said.
"You're always asking the wrong question. — Brodi Ashton
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Anna Quindlen: I was good with being alone, always liked it, but there's something about doing a I was good with being alone, always liked it, but there's something about doing a job alone that you've always done with someone else that just doesn't feel right. Maybe it's like making Christmas cookies by yourself. There's nothing wrong with it in theory, but you're really supposed to be doing it with other people, and not just any other people. — Anna Quindlen
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Allison Winn Scotch: Jake: I'm not offering up excuses of any kind ... I was just saying that Jake: I'm not offering up excuses of any kind ... I was just saying that sometimes shit happens, and I don't have a choice.
Natalie: No, Jake, that's where you're wrong. Me getting cancer? True enough, I had no choice. How you treat the ones you love? Well, there, you always have a choice. — Allison Winn Scotch
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: I don't deserve you.""See, that's where you're wrong ... That's where you've always been wrong. I don't deserve you."
"See, that's where you're wrong ... That's where you've always been wrong. You deserve everything. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Carrie Underwood: Play on, when you're losing the game. Play on, cuz you're going to make mistakes. Play on, when you're losing the game. Play on, cuz you're going to make mistakes. It's always worth the sacrifice, even when you think you're wrong. — Carrie Underwood
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Joe Abercrombie: He was developing a sneaking feeling he had found his way onto the wrong side. He was developing a sneaking feeling he had found his way onto the wrong side. Again. But it's not always easy to tell when you're picking. Perhaps, as Kahdia once told him, you are on the wrong side as soon as you pick one. — Joe Abercrombie
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Veronica Roth: I just want to thank you," he says, his voice low. "A group of scientists I just want to thank you," he says, his voice low. "A group of scientists told you that my genes were damaged, that there was something wrong with me - they showed you test results that proved it. And even I started to believe it." He touches my face, his thumb skimming my cheekbone, and his eyes are on mine, intense and insistent. "You never believed it," he says. "Not for a second. You always insisted that I was . . . I don't know, whole." I cover his hand with my own. "Well, you are." "No one has ever told me that before," he says softly. "It's what you deserve to hear," I say firmly, my eyes going cloudy with tears. "That you're whole, that you're worth loving, that you're the best person I've ever known." Just — Veronica Roth
You're Always Wrong Sayings By James A. Murphy: Do you ever feel like you're on the wrong path in your life? What if Do you ever feel like you're on the wrong path in your life? What if I told you there is no wrong path? Every path in your life is always the right path, the perfect path. So I say enjoy the view and appreciate that the path you're on, is leading you where you need to go ... . — James A. Murphy
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Billy Joel: Though you can see when you're wrong, you know you can't always see when you're Though you can see when you're wrong, you know you can't always see when you're right. — Billy Joel
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Steve Jobs: And it comes from saying no to 1,000 things to make sure we don't get And it comes from saying no to 1,000 things to make sure we don't get on the wrong track or try to do too much. We're always thinking about new markets we could enter, but it's only by saying no that you can concentrate on the things that are really important. — Steve Jobs
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Erin McCarthy: No. I'm trying to think like a human, trying to decide if it's selfish to No. I'm trying to think like a human, trying to decide if it's selfish to kiss you. If it's not in your best interest. I don't always understand how to be thoughtful."
He really did look like he was having an internal struggle over right and wrong. I could practically see the wheels grinding in his skull. "Here's a clue," I told him. "If I ask you if you're going to kiss me, it means I want you to, which means it's not selfish of you."
He frowned. "Are you sure?"
A demon with a moral streak stronger than any guy I'd ever met. Who would have imagined that. — Erin McCarthy
You're Always Wrong Sayings By David Mitchell: The world's a headmaster who works on your faults. I don't mean in a mystical The world's a headmaster who works on your faults. I don't mean in a mystical or Jesus way. More how you'll keep tripping over a hidden step, over and over, till you finally understand: Watch out for that step! Everything that's wrong with us, if we're too selfish or too Yessir, Nosir, Three bags full sir or too anything, that's a hidden step. Either you suffer the consequences of not noticing your fault forever or, one day, you do notice it, and fix it. Joke is, once you get it into your brain about that hidden step and think, Hey, life isn't such a shithouse after all again, then BUMP! Down you go, a whole new flight of hidden steps.
There are always more. — David Mitchell
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Jim Carrey: I discovered a new thing in the Lord's Prayer that kind of hit me. "on I discovered a new thing in the Lord's Prayer that kind of hit me. "on earth as it is heaven" to me it means whatever you take out into the world is what you're going to draw out. like those days when you're all yang and no yin, and you're fighting with people inside, and you can't calm yourself down, and suddenly you're pulled over by the cops. everything goes wrong in the same day because you created it. so, if you get heaven within you, it'll be all around you. if hell is within you, it'll be around you. it's always created here first. — Jim Carrey
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Haley Fisher: I'm actually here with Crispin. You didn't forget about your tutoring date with him, did I'm actually here with Crispin. You didn't forget about your tutoring date with him, did you?"
I wrinkle my nose. "I thought I told him no?"
Just then, Crispin comes into view on his way up the walk.
"I thought I told you no," I call out to him.
"Ah," he replies, joining James in the doorway. "You did. But I've been told that when a woman says no, she really means yes. So I read between the lines."
"Well, whoever told you that was wrong," I say, trying to regain my composure. "Unless you're asking that woman if Brad Pitt is sexier than you. In that case, no always means yes."
Crispin looks faintly amused, but James arches an eyebrow. "Always?" he asks.
Personally I'm not overly fond of Brad Pitt. But I unconvincingly reply, "I'm just telling it like it is."
James shrugs carelessly. "Well, there's no accounting for some people's taste."
"Amen," I murmur. — Haley Fisher
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Channing Tatum: As actors you're always afraid to go too far but Lasse Hallstrom wants you to As actors you're always afraid to go too far but Lasse Hallstrom wants you to go too far. He wants you to do it wrong, to be over-the-top, and that's so freeing to be able to think 'Now I can try and be bad'. There's no pressure on you and you don't feel you can make a mistake. — Channing Tatum
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Rachel Cohn: Are you over him?" I asked. We both knew the him I referred to was Are you over him?" I asked. We both knew the him I referred to was not Benny, but the him who broke Langston's heart so devastatingly. Langston's first love. "In some ways, I think I'll never be over him," Langston said. "That is such an unsatisfying answer." "That's because you're interpreting it the wrong way. I don't mean it as a wistful, overdramatic declaration. I meant that the love I felt for him was huge and real, and, while painful, it forever changed me as a person, in the same way that being your brother reflects and changes how I evolve, and vice versa. The important people in our lives leave imprints. They may stay or go in the physical realm, but they are always there in your heart, because they helped form your heart. There's no getting over that." My — Rachel Cohn
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Carlos Castaneda: Death is the only wise advisor that we have. Whenever you feel, as you always Death is the only wise advisor that we have. Whenever you feel, as you always do, that everything is going wrong and you're about to be annihilated, turn to your death and ask if that is so. Your death will tell you that you're wrong; that nothing really matters outside its touch. Your death will tell you, 'I haven't touched you yet. — Carlos Castaneda
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: You worry too much. You think you have to do too much. Like you think You worry too much. You think you have to do too much. Like you think you're always just about to make some terrible mistake. There's nothing wrong with wanting to learn to dump the tanks. There's nothing wrong with making coffee for me or walking the dog. It's nice. But I get a feeling you're doing it because you always feel like you need to do more. To be more. Like if you don't make yourself useful, you're not entitled to the air you breathe. — Catherine Ryan Hyde
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Paulo Coelho: You must be careful never to allow doubt to paralyze you. always take the decisions You must be careful never to allow doubt to paralyze you. always take the decisions you need to take, even if you're not sure you're doing the right thing. You'll never go wrong if, when you make a decision, you keep in mind an old German proverb: 'The devil is in the detail.' Remember that proverb and you'll always be able to turn a wrong decision into a right one. — Paulo Coelho
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Kim Harrison: Rachel, Rachel, Rachel," he said, very still and unmoving. "Always jumping to the wrong conclusion. Rachel, Rachel, Rachel," he said, very still and unmoving. "Always jumping to the wrong conclusion. You're like a frog, you know. — Kim Harrison
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Martha N. Beck: The poet Mary Oliver did this in one of her poems, brazenly asking, "Tell me, The poet Mary Oliver did this in one of her poems, brazenly asking, "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" If you're afraid you've come to this question too late, you are wrong. Ask your Stargazer self. It will tell you what my fallen-noble friend Marianna told me in one of my darker hours: that the world is re-created in every instant of time, and this moment is always your life's beginning. No matter how many years have been stolen from you by your own ignorance, by cruel fate, or by the acts of others, you have a clean, broad slate before you. In this instant - this one now - you can begin steering by starlight, and if you do, the rest of creation will conspire to guide, teach, and help you. — Martha N. Beck
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Dew Platt: Roma's eyes flared. "You're saying Einstein was even more wrong?" Retina shook his head. "Einstein Roma's eyes flared. "You're saying Einstein was even more wrong?"
Retina shook his head. "Einstein was acting within physical bounds. I'm talking invisible, not visible light. Can we factor in the speed of invisible light?"
Roma shook his head. "What are you saying?"
"We're always limited by the scope of our senses, our perceptions and its scientific perfections. But in this parallel we call universe there are scopes beyond our perceptive realities or possible realities. Einstein was not wrong but was limited in scope. There is a realm beyond our visible spectrum where time is imperceptible because space is without measure. And in that realm, matter and energy are not intricately related. Matter has no form and is ill recognizable as essence or existence. Energy is all there is."
Roma held a frown. "Who's been feeding you that Spiritualist crap?"
"Dr. Ian Skript, the most renowned Spiritualist scientist I know. — Dew Platt
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Kirsten Miller: I've always found that one of the biggest benefits of being a girl is that I've always found that one of the biggest benefits of being a girl is that most people refuse to take you seriously. While boys must be constantly monitored and are always the first suspects when anything goes wrong, everyone expects girls to do what they're told. It may seem a little insulting at first, but low expectations can be a blessing in disuise. If you're smart, you can use people's foolishness to your own advantage. It's amazing what you can get away with when no one bothers watching. — Kirsten Miller
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Jez Morrow: Look, Lawrence, I know you never cared for me-" Law cut him off. "Cared for Look, Lawrence, I know you never cared for me-"
Law cut him off.
"Cared for you? Cared for you? What am I? The gardener?"
"Okay, you always hated me-"
"Better," Law said. "You're wrong of course, but you said what you meant this time. — Jez Morrow
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Rudy Giuliani: I always felt, and I still feel, that the media doesn't belong in a public I always felt, and I still feel, that the media doesn't belong in a public official's private life. It's a very difficult balance, because if you are elected to public office, people have a right to know a great deal about you, and the press has an absolute obligation to report all of that. But the reality is that there are times in which the reporting is really happening for almost voyeuristic reasons, in the gossip columns. Maybe half of it is wrong, and half of it is correct, and a lot of it is exaggerated. You've just got to get used to that if you're in public life. — Rudy Giuliani
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: My daddy always told me to just do the best you knew how and tell My daddy always told me to just do the best you knew how and tell the truth. He said there was nothin to set a man's mind at ease like wakin up in the morning and not havin to decide who you were. And if you done somethin wrong just stand up and say you done it and say you're sorry and get on with it. Don't haul stuff around with you. — Cormac McCarthy
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Fannie Flagg: How do you know if you're making the right decision?Easy. Just like two and two How do you know if you're making the right decision?
Easy. Just like two and two always add up to four, kindness and forgiveness is always right, hate and revenge is always wrong. — Fannie Flagg
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Julian Baggini: There is such a thing as fanaticism, it is always wrong, and if you disagree, There is such a thing as fanaticism, it is always wrong, and if you disagree, you're wrong too. — Julian Baggini
You're Always Wrong Sayings By Eric Idle: I always have a feeling you should move the playing field and the minute you I always have a feeling you should move the playing field and the minute you know what you're doing, you're wrong. Therefore, I wanted us not to try to follow Spamalot immediately, but to do something different. This is perfect because it uses all the same skills, like story telling and lyric writing and music writing, but it's presenting it in a different form. And of course it gives me and John a nice chance to perform and show off which is also fun. — Eric Idle