Quotes About Misery Loves Company

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Cynthia Hand
“I didn't figure things out, either, you know. So if you'e an idiot, I guess that makes two of us."

He seems relieved to hear me say that. I guess idiots love company.”
Cynthia Hand, Hallowed

“That's why Twinkle likes the place so much, Scott thought, looking around at the faded wood veneer tables, and the faded souls drinking at them. Misery was soaked through the place like the old beer soaked through its carpets.”
R.D. Ronald, The Elephant Tree

Janey Mack
“Move along, pal. I haven't upgraded to misery yet.”
Janey Mack, Time's Up

Carlos Wallace
“There is no room for "DRAMA" in our lives. The term has become over-used and trivialized. However, the effects are very serious. "Drama" needlessly interrupts important matters. It's toxic, and destroys everything and everyone it touches. That kind of misery loves company but you can always decline the invitation.”
Carlos Wallace

Anne Fortier
“You are too kind, and I am unused to it. For your own sake, do not stroke my misery. It knows not how to respond, but with a vicious bite.”
Anne Fortier, The Lost Sisterhood

“For the miserable find comfort in the philosophy that not on them alone has evil fallen.”
Procopius, The Secret History

Steve Almond
“Misery loves another idiot with a jukebox where his soul should be.”
Steve Almond, Rock and Roll Will Save Your Life: A Book by and for the Fanatics Among Us

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