Georgia O’Keeffe. On the courage to create.
Jim Morrison. On discovering the course of one’s life.
We don’t lift weights in order to look hot, especially for the likes of men like that. What makes them think that we even WANT them to find us attractive? If you do, thanks very much, we’re flattered. But if you don’t, why do you really need to voice this opinion in the first place, and what makes you think we actually give a toss that you, personally, do not find us attractive? What do you want us to do? Shall we stop weightlifting, amend our diet in order to completely get rid of our ‘manly’ muscles, and become housewives in the sheer hope that one day you will look more favourably upon us and we might actually have a shot with you?! Cause you are clearly the kindest, most attractive type of man to grace the earth with your presence.
W. C. Fields. On abstinence.
W. C. Fields.
I’m not going to leave this up long, but I can’t help it.
(Feel free to stop reading at the end of the first response paragraph- that’s what I’m responding to.)
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Matthew McConaughey. On the difficulty of truth in art.
(Sorry for the typo: I grew up with a Michael MacConnaugh. Changed the graphic to get the first name right.)
J.K. Rowling, on mistakes.
John Waters, on true measures.
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