Unpleasantness Quotes

Quotes tagged as "unpleasantness" (showing 1-4 of 4)
T.C. Boyle
“At best, I consider flying an unavoidable necessity, a time to resurrect forgotten prayers and contemplate the end of all joy in a twisted howling heap of machinery; at worst, I rank it right up there with psychotic episodes and torture at the hands of malevolent strangers.”
T.C. Boyle, If the River Was Whiskey

Oscar Wilde

This noise is extremely unpleasant. It sounds as if he was having an argument. I dislike arguments of any kind. They are always vulgar, and often convincing.”
Oscar Wilde

Arthur Schopenhauer
“Life is an unpleasant business. I have resolved to spend mine reflecting on it.”
Arthur Schopenhauer

“[I]t was as if I had been strolling absentmindedly and banged into a door.”
Elena Ferrante, My Brilliant Friend