Friday Quotes

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Douglas Adams
“For Children: You will need to know the difference between Friday and a fried egg. It's quite a simple difference, but an important one. Friday comes at the end of the week, whereas a fried egg comes out of a chicken. Like most things, of course, it isn't quite that simple. The fried egg isn't properly a fried egg until it's been put in a frying pan and fried. This is something you wouldn't do to a Friday, of course, though you might do it on a Friday. You can also fry eggs on a Thursday, if you like, or on a cooker. It's all rather complicated, but it makes a kind of sense if you think about it for a while.”
Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt

Stephen Chbosky
“On Friday night, I was reading my new book, but my brain got tired, so I decided to watch some television instead.”
Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Chloe Neill
“I wanted what most people wanted—love, companionship.
I wanted someone to touch. I wanted someone to touch me back.
I wanted someone to laugh with, someone who would laugh with me, laugh at me.
I wanted someone who looked and sawme . Not my power, not my position.
I wanted someone to say my name. To call out, “Merit,” when it was time to go, or when we arrived.
Someone who wanted to say to someone else, with pride, “I’m here with her. With Merit.”
I wanted all those things. Indivisibly.
But I didn’t want them from Morgan.”
Chloe Neill, Friday Night Bites

Amy Neftzger
“It's 4:58 on Friday afternoon. Do you know where your margarita is?”
Amy Neftzger

Israelmore Ayivor
“Compassion is a lifetime business. You can't say something like, "I will have compassion on Monday, Thursdays and Fridays only. But for the rest, I will be cruel". That is hypocrisy.”
Israelmore Ayivor

“Honestly, I never really understood the glorification of Fridays & weekends.

I don't want to build a life and career, where I spent five days a week waiting for the weekend. No!

I want to enjoy my life, and don't wish any weekday away. I want each day to matter to me, in some way, even if it's a small tiny way.

I love my life. Everyday. That's the spirit we should convey all around us.”
Akilnathan Logeswaran

Neil Gaiman
“Friday's a free day. A woman's day.”
Neil Gaiman, American Gods

Aaron Peckham
“Friday: The day after Thursday and before Saturday according to Rebecca Black. Also the most annoying day of the week now.”
Aaron Peckham, Urban Dictionary: Fularious Street Slang Defined

“Oh! It’s Friday again. Share the love that was missing during the week, In a worthy moment of peace and bliss.”
S. O' Sade

“It's Friday morning mankind!Good vibe,Don't Frown and let the monster see you smile!”
Napz Cherub Pellazo

“Friday afternoon feels like heaven...”
El Fuego

Joey Goebel
“It shouldn't make any difference, but Friday and Saturday nights are the worst. They're the worst because the loneliness is magnified. The best you can do is hope that there is someone else like you out there, but if there is, you will never meet this person because she doesn't get out either.
So, you're left with your thoughts, and your thoughts are living people in your brain who call and hang up and lounge around like armed security guards who happen to be beautiful. In between these thoughts, you think about what's going on out there. The girl of your dreams is being ravaged by a man who doesn't have a care in the world. Just to hear her voice would make you happy for a week, but he gets to spend the day and night with her and thinks nothing of it. (…), there are boyfriends and girlfriends, people in love, wide awake. They hang out. They hang out. They hang out. They do nothing worthwhile except each other. Friends, friends, friends. Fiends. Inside jokes. There are so many stupid conversations going on right now. You could be having a meaningful conversation with a taxi driver. You could talk to him about how Travis Bickle's taxi was a metaphor for loneliness. (…) You have a gray tint on your contact lenses. But you have your work. They don't have that. They are cowards. Everyone seems so afraid to be alone. It takes strength to lie there alone and take it. They just want to copulate, and that's their biggest concern of the night. You want a tragedy. An assassination. A massacre. An earthquake. A city falling to the ground. Something to get the people on TV to be on the same page as you.”
Joey Goebel, Torture the Artist

Raphaël Jerusalmy
“אבל יום ראשון הוא יום קסום. אפילו לנו. רק מפני שזה יום ראשון.

לערבים יש יום שישי, וליהודים שבת. שלושתם יחד יוצרים מה שקוראים האמריקאים סוף שבוע ארוך.”
Raphaël Jerusalmy, Saving Mozart

“Finally, FRIDAY! Be easy today! Remember, it's a job. I know it is how we eat and pay bills and provide health care to our family. But keep it in perspective; get there, do the best job you can, earn your check, and leave it at your desk at 5! Your REAL life begins when you end the workday. Save your emotional energy for that!!”
Liz Faublas

Jack Finney
“It was an ordinary day, a Friday, twenty minutes til lunchtime, five hours til quitting time and the weekend, ten months til vacation, thirty-seven years til retirement. Then the phone rang.”
Jack Finney, Time and Again

Enock Maregesi
“Kamishna … karibu," alisema Nafi huku akisimama na kutupa gazeti mezani na kuchukua karatasi ya faksi, iliyotumwa.
"Ahsante. Kuna nini …"
"Kamishna, imekuja faksi kutoka Oslo kama nilivyokueleza – katika simu. Inakutaka haraka, kesho, lazima kesho, kuwahi kikao Alhamisi mjini Copenhagen," alisema Nafi huku akimpa kamishna karatasi ya faksi.
"Mjini Copenhagen!" alisema kamishna kwa kutoamini.
"Ndiyo, kamishna … Sidhani kama kuna jambo la hatari lakini."
"Nafi, nini kimetokea!"
"Kamishna … sijui. Kwa kweli sijui. Ilipofika, hii faksi, kitu cha kwanza niliongea na watu wa WIS kupata uthibitisho wao. Nao hawajui. Huenda ni mauaji ya jana ya Meksiko. Hii ni siri kubwa ya tume kamishna, na ndiyo maana Oslo wakaingilia kati."
"Ndiyo. Kila mtu ameyasikia mauaji ya Meksiko. Ni mabaya. Kinachonishangaza ni kwamba, jana niliongea na makamu … kuhusu mabadiliko ya katiba ya WODEA. Hakunambia chochote kuhusu mkutano wa kesho!"
"Kamishna, nakusihi kuwa makini. Dalili zinaonyesha hali si nzuri hata kidogo. Hawa ni wadhalimu tu … wa madawa ya kulevya."
"Vyema!" alijibu kamishna kwa jeuri na hasira. Halafu akaendelea, "Kuna cha ziada?"
"Ijumaa, kama tulivyoongea wiki iliyopita, nasafiri kwenda Afrika Kusini."
"Kikao kinafanyika Alhamisi, Nafi, huwezi kusafiri Ijumaa …"
"Binti yangu atafukuzwa shule, kam …"
"Nafi, ongea na chuo … wambie umepata dharura utaondoka Jumatatu; utawaona Jumanne … Fuata maadili ya kazi tafadhali. Safari yako si muhimu hivyo kulinganisha na tume!"
"Sawa! Profesa. Niwie radhi, nimekuelewa, samahani sana. Samahani sana.”
Enock Maregesi, Kolonia Santita

David Chiles
“Weekends welcome warriors for social fun that starts on Friday. Share, Like, comment, and friend. Netiquette”
David Chiles

Anthony T. Hincks
“FACT!: Time goes slower on a Friday afternoon.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Anthony T. Hincks
“Don't worry about letting the dogs out. It's Friday! Let them have a great weekend, too.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Daniel Defoe
“I had been telling him how the devil was God’s enemy in the hearts of men, and used all his malice and skill to defeat the good designs of Providence, and to ruin the kingdom of Christ in the world, and the like. “Well,” says Friday, “but you say God is so strong, so great; is He not much strong, much might as the devil?” “Yes, yes,” says I, “Friday; God is stronger than the devil—God is above the devil, and therefore we pray to God to tread him down under our feet, and enable us to resist his temptations and quench his fiery darts.” “But,” says he again, “if God much stronger, much might as the wicked devil, why God no kill the devil, so make him no more do wicked?” I was strangely surprised at this question; and, after all, though I was now an old man, yet I was but a young doctor, and ill qualified for a casuist or a solver of difficulties; and at first I could not tell what to say; so I pretended not to hear him, and asked him what he said; but he was too earnest for an answer to forget his question, so that he repeated it in the very same broken words as above. By this time I had recovered myself a little, and I said, “God will at last punish him severely; he is reserved for the judgment, and is to be cast into the bottomless pit, to dwell with everlasting fire.” This did not satisfy Friday; but he returns upon me, repeating my words, “‘Reserve at last!’ me no understand—but why not kill the devil now; not kill great ago?” “You may as well ask me,” said I, “why God does not kill you or me, when we do wicked things here that offend Him—we are preserved to repent and be pardoned.” He mused some time on this. “Well, well,” says he, mighty affectionately, “that well—so you, I, devil, all wicked, all preserve, repent, God pardon all.” Here I was run down again by him to the last degree; and it was a testimony to me, how the mere notions of nature, though they will guide reasonable creatures to the knowledge of a God, and of a worship or homage due to the supreme being of God, as the consequence of our nature, yet nothing but divine revelation can form the knowledge of Jesus Christ, and of redemption purchased for us; of a Mediator of the new covenant, and of an Intercessor at the footstool of God’s throne; I say, nothing but a revelation from Heaven can form these in the soul; and that, therefore, the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, I mean the Word of God, and the Spirit of God, promised for the guide and sanctifier of His people, are the absolutely necessary instructors of the souls of men in the saving knowledge of God and the means of salvation.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe

Enock Maregesi
“Yesu Kristo hakufa siku ya Ijumaa jioni na kufufuka siku ya Jumapili asubuhi. Alikufa siku ya Jumatano jioni na kukufuka siku ya Jumamosi jioni. Wakati kifo kinamkumba, hakuwa na umri wa miaka 33, alikuwa na umri wa miaka 31. Kama Yesu Kristo alikufa siku ya Ijumaa jioni, na kufufuka siku ya Jumapili asubuhi, hatuna Mwokozi!”
Enock Maregesi

Enock Maregesi
“Hii ni muhimu sana kwa Pasaka. Si tu kwamba Pasaka ni tamasha linalojitegemea, lakini kadhalika linatumika kama siku ya maandalizi kwa ajili ya siku takatifu, siku ya kwanza ya Sikukuu ya Mkate Usiotiwa Chachu. Kwa mujibu wa hesabu za kalenda ya Kihebrania, Pasaka inaweza kuangukia siku ya Jumatatu, Jumatano, Ijumaa au Sabato.”
Enock Maregesi

Neil Leckman
“Tuesday just called and wants to know what happened to Friday!!”
Neil Leckman

Steven Magee
“After shopping the online Black Friday sales, I found that my computer was infested with junk that was making it run really slow.”
Steven Magee

“Black Friday doesn’t even cover love and happiness. They come from within and outside is without without the former.”
Goitsemang Mvula

“Sometimes ending a week is tough. You remember the failings of yesterdays then anticipate the frustrations of today and you get sour!
You know, it helps to start Fridays with a cup of "GO-juice"
(G▪︎ GOD & O▪︎Optimism)

I'm hoping you drink deep today...
Jn 7:37-38
Good Morning.”
Manuela George-Izunwa

Anthony T. Hincks
“Friday fills my day with hope & happiness.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Anthony T. Hincks
“Let Friday show you where the smiles are in life.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Still, while the Old Testament God of Genesis might well have used the sixth day of the week to create all the creatures that lived on dry land, in the contemporary epoch Fridays, surely, are more readily associated with winding down than embarking on bold new exercises in urban development.”
Travis Elborough, Atlas of Vanishing Places: The Lost Worlds as They Were and as They are Today

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