Quotes About Damn

Quotes tagged as "damn" (showing 1-27 of 27)
Tahereh Mafi
“Damn,” Kenji says after a moment. “Damn damn damn. This shit is bananas”
Tahereh Mafi, Ignite Me

Masashi Kishimoto
“You're the enemy. I don't want to sympathize with you. So... So don't... Don't cry like that in front of me! Damn it...”
Masashi Kishimoto, Naruto, Band 11

Abigail Roux
“Ty’s jeans were totally soaked and clung to him like a second skin, and Zane had to swallow hard. Jesus. “Good luck getting out of those gracefully,” he rasped with a slight smile, still leaning against the wall.

“Good luck thinking for the next hour,” Ty shot back with a smirk.

“Shit,” Zane muttered, turning into the spray to wash before leaning and shutting the water off.”
Abigail Roux, Cut & Run

Janet Fitch
“What can I say about life? Do I praise it for letting you live, or damn it for allowing the rest?”
Janet Fitch, White Oleander

“The world is a goddamned evil place, the strong prey on the weak, the rich on the poor; I’ve given up hope that there is a God that will save us all. How am I supposed to believe that there’s a heaven and a hell when all I see now is hell.”
Aaron B. Powell, Doomsday Diaries III: Luke the Protector

John Scalzi
“Damn real live people, getting in the way of peaceful ideals.”
John Scalzi, Old Man's War

Cambria Hebert
“His voice gentled and his touch became more like a caress. "I love you," he whispered.
"Romeo..."
"I love your glasses, your clumsiness, your wild hair, even the way you snort when you laugh." He smiled. "I love you in spite of yourself, Rim. Can't you love me in spite of myself?"
I couldn't help it, I smiled.
"You do come with a lot of baggage." I sighed. "You're impossibly good-looking, terrible at math, and you like to drink that swill you call beer." I mock shuddered.
He smiled, but I saw the relief in his eyes.
"Me being good-looking is a bad thing?" he teased.
"You have a lot of options," I said seriously. "I'm not the best one."
"No." He agreed. "You're not."
Geez, he could have said it a little nicer.
"You're the only one."
Oh, well, that was much better.

- Romeo & Rimmel”
Cambria Hebert, #Nerd

Mark A. Cooper
“That’s no little kid. That’s Jason Steed, the biggest damn hero you will ever see!”
Mark A. Cooper, Fledgling

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“People do the damndest things when they’re in love, Alex. Look at what your mother did. It’s a different kind of love, but she left everything because she loved you.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Half-Blood
tags: damn, love

Lorraine Hansberry
“DAMN MY EGGS! DAMN ALL THE EGGS THAT EVER WAS!" -Wilson”
Lorraine Hansberry, A Raisin in the Sun

Simona Dobrescu
“Verwechsle niemals Zufall mit Absicht“, sagte er. „Oder meine Moral mit Schwäche.”
Simona Dobrescu, Verdammt. Verliebt.

Kristen Ashley
“That Damon Matthews,” Linda spat. “You know, take one letter out of his name and it spells ‘ damn’ as in ‘damn, that kid’s a worthless sonovabitch’.”
Kristen Ashley, The Gamble

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“An inspired stroke of a pen can save or damn the world”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

Michael Bassey Johnson
“When people say they're too busy, ask them If they'll have time to die, and see If dead's gonna give a damn.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

“I Wish For A Bright Day,
Damn
Why I Don't Wish For A Bright Life..!”
Irfa Rahat
tags: damn, life, why

Christina Engela
“Although a little noisy at first, in a bizarre twist of fate, electronic music became popular in France in the 1890’s before fizzling out in favor of Swing music – which somehow made an early appearance in the 1900’s. In another alternative timeline, the Beatles never existed and England invented popcorn and hamburgers in the 1840’s. Damn, that’s what almost happened last time again, thought Scrooby tensely, while maneuvering himself onto a stronger looking branch. Details, everything was about the details. Sometimes there was almost too much detail to keep up with.”
Christina Engela, The Time Saving Agency

“It's not about being unmade; it's about remaking, one aching step at a time.”
Anonymous
tags: damn

Deyth Banger
“If you think somebody cares...

Where are you?
How are you?
...

(You are fucking... damn...WRONG)”
Deyth Banger, Care

Joseph Weizenbaum
“To understand something sufficiently well to be able to program it for a computer does not mean to understand it to its ultimate depth. There can be no such ultimate understanding in practical affairs. Programming is rather a test of understanding. In this respect it is like writing; often when we think we understand something and attempt to write about it, our very act of composition reveals our lack of understanding even to ourselves. Our pen writes the word 'because' and suddenly stops. We thought we understood the 'why' of something, but discover that we don't. We begin a sentence with 'obviously,' and then see that what we meant to write is not obvious at all. Sometimes we connect two clauses with the word 'therefore,' only to then see that our chain of reasoning is defective. Programming is like that. It is, after all, writing, too. But in ordinary writing we sometimes obscure our lack of understanding, our failures in logic, by unwittingly appealing to the immense flexibility of a natural language and to its inherent ambiguity... An interpreter of of programming-language-texts, a computer, is immune to the seductive influence of mere eloquence... A computer is a merciless critic.”
Joseph Weizenbaum, Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation
tags: damn

“Work so hard that even hard work
says damn he is tougher
than me :)”
shivangi lavaniya

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“The most successful are not the most perfect, but the imperfect who dare to believe that they can despite the damning verdict.”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

“We don't want any relationship! we just need someone who listen us, who is ready to do anything for us without saying no. In short we just need one slave!”
sid

Gustave Flaubert
“– Assim, nós – dizia ele –, por que nós nos conhecemos? Que acaso o quis? É que através da distância, sem dúvida como dois rios que correm para se unirem, as nossas inclinações particulares nos tinam levado um para o outro
E ele tomou sua mão; e ela não a retirou.
"Conjunto de boas culturas" – gritou o presidente.
– Assim, por exemplo, quando eu fui à sua casa...
"Ao Sr. Bizet, de Quincampoix."
– Eu sabia que a acompanharia?
"Setenta francos!"
– Até mesmo cem vezes eu quis partir, e eu a segui, e fiquei.
"Estrumes!"
– Como eu ficaria esta noite, amanhã, os outros dias, toda a minha vida!
"Ao Sr. Caron, d'Argueil, uma medalha de ouro!"
– Pois nunca encontrei na companhia de alguém um encantamento tão completo.
"Ao Sr. Bain, de Givry-Saint-Martin!"
– Assim, eu, vou levar a sua lembrança.
"Por um carneiro merino..."
– Mas você vai me esquecer, eu vou ter passado como uma sombra.
"Ao Sr. Belot, de Notre-Dame..."
– Oh! Não, não é, eu serei alguma coisa em seu pensamento, em sua vida?”
Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary

Mordecai Richler
“...I thought, breaking into a sweat, I'd better call Saul. I owe Kate an apology... Damn damn damn.”
Mordecai Richler, Barney's Version

Joseph Weizenbaum
“To understand something sufficiently well to be able to program it for a computer does not mean to understand it to its ultimate depth. There can be no such ultimate understanding in practical affairs. Programming is rather a test of understanding. In this respect it is like writing; often when we think we understand something and attempt to write about it, our very act of composition reveals our lack of understanding even to ourselves. Our pen writes the word 'because' and suddenly stops. We thought we understood the 'why' of something, but discover that we don't. We begin a sentence with 'obviously,' and then see that what we meant to write is not obvious at all. Sometimes we connect two clauses with the word 'therefore,' only to then see that our chain of reasoning is defective. Programming is like that. It is, after all, writing, too. But in ordinary writing we sometimes obscure our lack of understanding, our failures in logic, by unwittingly appealing to the immense flexibility of a natural language and to its inherent ambiguity... An interpreter of programming-language-texts, a computer, is immune to the seductive influence of mere eloquence... A computer is a merciless critic.”
Joseph Weizenbaum, Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation
tags: damn

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