Outrageous Related Quotes



Do you always get away with the outrageous?" "Mostly. Are you always s beautiful in the morning?" "Don't waste your charm." "It's all right, I have more.

Nora Roberts


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To be honest, I didn't want to believe that Christianity could radically transform someone's character and values. It was much easier to raise doubts and manufacture outrageous objections that to consider the possibility that God actually could trigger a revolutionary turn-around in such a depraved and degenerate life.

Lee Strobel


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It is dull enough to confuse the eye in following, pronounced enough to constantly irritate and provoke study, and when you follow the lame uncertain curves for a little distance they suddenly commit suicideâ??plunge off at outrageous angles, destroy themselves in unheard of contradictions.

Charlotte Perkins Gilman


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“They wanted to make it a renewal, but they knew with the outrageous bond they were asking for (in November) it would be treacherous.”

Fred Birchard


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“I'm not offended. It's outrageous and an outrageous claim.”

Mark Teixeira


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I feel like shoes are one of those things that no matter how conservative or how outrageous you get, a good pair of shoes is going to last you a lifetime.

Melanie Fiona


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“I thought marketing this product to kids ages four and older is outrageous,”

Albert Einstein


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“When you're sitting in your apartment and you're unemployed, and somebody offers you a job, unless it's something outrageous, you take it. I auditioned and I got it. I didn't have dance experience, except for some aerobics dance classes, and I had to dance at the final audition, and that was bizarre.”

Sean Patrick Thomas


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The boys in junior high get really lewd and say outrageous stuff to the girls. If somebody yelled the stuff at me that I've heard at junior high schools I've visited, I'd be scared and humiliated.

Catherine Hardwicke


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I always try to keep in mind that while the characters in a farce may find themselves in outrageous dilemmas, and may behave in a way that the audience finds amusing, the characters themselves don't have the consolation of knowing they're in a comedy.

Rupert Holmes


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