They’re a part of the “adulthood begins at 30” generation.
Jeff Winger
  • Ms. Archer: Metric? Who uses metric?
  • Lana: Every single country on the planet except for us, Liberia, and Burma.
  • Sterling: Wow really?!
  • Lana: Yup
  • Sterling: Cause you never really think of those other two as having their shit together.
Game of Thrones theory

Completely blew my mind. This changes everything. Everything!

  • Jake: So talk to me Goose, how we lookin'?
  • Gina: Sexy, but not like we're trying too hard... like sure, we're trying but it's almost effortless.
  • Nick: You're leaving me no options here. I'm gonna have to turn off the tap.
  • Jess: What tap?
  • Nick: The sex tap.
  • Jess: ...but I need my vitamin D.
It’s not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential.
Bruce Lee
You’re blessed with abilities that few men possess. You’re blessed to belong to the most powerful family in the Kingdoms, and you’re still blessed with youth. And what have you done with these blessings? You’ve served as a glorified bodyguard for two kings, one a madman, the other a drunk. The future of our family will be determined in these next few months. We could establish a dynasty that will last a thousand years…or we could collapse into nothing, as the Targaryens did. I need you to become the man you were always meant to be. Not next year, not tomorrow…now.
Tywin Lannister
I wasn’t addicted to drugs until my 30s. Before then, I was a normal person, meaning I wasn’t a fucking junkie. I lived in Rhode Island and had a family. I was a soccer mom. I always kind of knew I was a heroin addict. I always knew not to fuck with heroin. I always knew it was the drug for me. It just makes you feel good. And when you’re feeling bad, having a magic button is kind of a great thing. Unfortunately the magic button is also a stupid button because it comes with a lot of consequences. I am happier in some ways than I’ve ever been in my life. But I’ve lost so many things. I want to get out of my addiction but in some ways it’s made me grow a lot. And I think I know now how to live more than I ever have.
…perpetually fighting off my demons and embracing the divine spark within.
I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth.
Umberto Eco

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