Apartment Related Quotes



I lived in a studio apartment until my mid-30s. I don't have an extravagant lifestyle.

Craig Kilborn


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After a few months in my parents' basement, I took an apartment near the state university, where I discovered both crystal methamphetamine and conceptual art. Either one of these things are dangerous, but in combination they have the potential to destroy entire civilizations.

David Sedaris


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You can see my guns at my apartment. The safe room is a special place... It's good to have a safe room in your house. It's storm-proof; we've got food, store supplies, all kinds of stuff.

Luke Scott


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“We can actually prove it if the girl or the boy says, 'I was in his apartment or her apartment, there was a painting on the wall, we had sex three times .... That's easy. But then you have others where you may not be able to prove the sexual relationship. But if you look and there's 900 phone calls, you can show it's inappropriate and that's enough to get the person fired.”

Richard Condon


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It was just like, "What am I going to do today, in L.A., as an actor? Well, I guess I could go to Seth's [Rogen] apartment and smoke weed and hang out." And that's all we'd do. We'd smoke weed, hang out, play video games, and talk.

David Krumholtz


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If my British film career was a girl, then I'd been hanging around outside her apartment a little bit too long.

Rufus Sewell


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She never sets foot out of her apartment or her past.

Hermione Gingold


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I started designing my handbags in my apartment and I had six samples made in satin-finished nylon. I displayed them at trade shows but they went unnoticed at first.

Kate Spade


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“My momma took out of there what she could and I had it in my apartment in storage and this is all that we have!”

Angela Lindsey


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“If a prospective owner lives in an apartment, which can often be the case in a college town with so many students, we check with their rental agency to make sure that they are allowed to have a pet. We're very strict about who we adopt pets to.”

Catherine Harmon


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