Entertaining Quotes

Quotes tagged as "entertaining" (showing 1-30 of 45)
Jim Morrison
“Is everybody in? Is everybody in? Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin. The entertainment for this evening is not new, you've seen this entertainment through and through you have seen your birth, your life, your death....you may recall all the rest. Did you have a good world when you died? -enough to base a movie on??”
Jim Morrison, An American Prayer

David Sedaris
“Every gathering has its moment. As an adult, I distract myself by trying to identify it, dreading the inevitable downswing that is sure to follow. The guests will repeat themselves one too many times, or you'll run out of dope or liquor and realize that it was all you ever had in common.”
David Sedaris, Naked

Masashi Kishimoto
“Well.. Is that all you've got?.. I hope not..cuz you haven't finished entertaining me yet..
-Gaara to Rock Lee during the Chunin preliminary”
Masashi Kishimoto

Aldous Huxley
“... the moral is plain. Avoid, if possible, being bored yourself or boring others.”
Aldous Huxley, The Art of Seeing

Budd Schulberg
“I’d like to be remembered as someone who used their ability as a novelist or as a dramatist to say the things he felt needed to be said about the society while being as entertaining as possible. Because if you don’t entertain, nobody’s listening.”
Budd Schulberg

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“It is usually unbearably painful to read a book by an author who knows way less than you do, unless the book is a novel.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana
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Ana Claudia Antunes
“A dessert to a deserter in the desert burst, "You trust your thirst. And you are too hot! You scream for ice cream. And believe it or not, I may not be your first. But I might be your lust! Give it a shot...”
Ana Claudia Antunes, ONE HUNDRED ONE WORLD ACCOUNTS in ONE HUNDRED ONE WORD COUNT

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“There is no such thing as a boring person when you are lonely or extremely bored.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“We’re probably leaving soon,” Rider said. “Might catch a movie.”
Jayden leaned against the wall as he looked around the room. “I see how it is. You figure you don’t stand a chance with Mallory now that I’m here to show her what a real man looks like.” He winked as Rider just shook his head. “Fine, leave. But no dumb movie will be as entertainin’ as the Jayden Show. And I don’t charge admission.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, The Problem with Forever

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Steven Magee
“Publishing is definitely something you do because you enjoy educating or entertaining people.”
Steven Magee

“As I reflect on all my friends and colleagues in my life on this special occasion... Mother is only half the word that immediately comes to mind.”
Mark W Boyer

“پنجره دوجداره
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Entertainment Weekly Magazine, Entertainment Weekly #1286: November 22, 2013: Fifty Shades of Grey

Ayn Rand
“...the literary manifestation of the mind-body dichotomy that dominates today's culture: the split between the "serious" and the "entertaining" - the belief that if a literary work is "serious," it must bore people to death; and if it is "entertaining," it must not communicate anything of importance. (Which means that "the good" has to be painful, and that pleasure has to be mindlessly low-grade.)”
Ayn Rand, The Night of January 16th

Terri Bertha
“Spooky Twisties:

All things Spooky, here begin
They lay and wait, in books within.
They sometimes pass, in open space.
Then leave and go, without a trace.
Some appear on the spot.
Some we know, others not.
Sometimes we are afraid to say,
“leave us now”, or beg to stay.
At times they leave a sign beyond,
A gentle breeze, or note from song.
Be not afraid, to read story’s close.
For in the dark, your spirit goes.”
Terri Bertha, Spooky Twisties I: 13 Tales of Terror

Tim Gunn
“I don’t particularly like entertaining. I know I should, but I just don’t.”
Tim Gunn, Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work

Tim Gunn
“I love cooking. I cook for myself every day. I like the ceremony of it. It takes me into a different zone. I make a lot of pasta. But cooking for a crowd of five or ten or, heaven forbid, twenty? No, thank you. I don’t like feeling like a slave to the care and feeding of my guests.”
Tim Gunn, Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work

Tim Gunn
“Honestly—and maybe some of you can relate to this—I just can’t stand the pressure of being responsible for hosting a memorable (and not in a bad way) evening. Martha Stewart, bless her heart, intimidates me. That level of entertaining is so over my head: What do you mean, you didn’t dig up your own potatoes for this dish? You didn’t make the doilies? The plates didn’t just come out of a kiln? I love Martha, but it gets ridiculous.”
Tim Gunn, Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work

Tim Gunn
“Entertaining shouldn’t be about showing off. It’s all about making people feel comfortable and setting a stage for everyone to have a good time, make new friends, and have stimulating conversations. You want to leave a party thinking: If I hadn’t gone to that, I never would have met this wonderful person, or had that delicious meal, or felt that sense of camaraderie with the people I met at the dessert table. You don’t want anyone looking at the clock, thinking, When can I leave?”
Tim Gunn, Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work

Julia Child
“I like to cook for 2, or for 4 or 6 at the most 8 people. Beyond that you get into quantity cooking and that is just not my field at all. The last time we had 12 for a sit-down dinner and I did all the cooking, and Paul and I did all the setting up, serving, and washing up afterwards, I said never again. I’ll do a buffet, but I don’t consider that civilized dining; it is feeding, and I like to sit down at a well-set table.”
Julia Child, From Julia Child's Kitchen

“Entertaining is about sharing generously and creating an atmosphere where friends feel welcome.”
Annie Falk

“The essence of great entertaining: a seemingly effortless combination of authentic food and imagination presented with a personal touch and enjoyed in good company.”
Annie Falk

“Allow food and drink to become the catalyst for sparkling conversation, the exchange of ideas, and memories in the making”
Annie Falk

“When hosting a friend, remember they're giving you the most valuable gift they have - time.”
Annie Falk

“When a guest sits down there should be something beautiful and inspiring to look at.”
Annie Falk

“In exploring the worlds cultures, few means are as powerful and unfailingly unifying as food.”
Annie Falk

“There is nothing more magical than gathering an interesting group of people and enjoying good food in the expansive beauty of nature.”
Annie Falk

“Entertaining is as unique and personal as dressing oneself.”
Annie Falk

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