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Quotations About / On: YEAH

  • 1.
    Um, yeah, I completely agreeā€¦I'm sorry, what exactly am I agreeing to again?
    More quotations from: Maya Hanson (mye3)
  • 2.
    Yeah, percentage players die broke too, don't they, Bert?
    (Sydney Carroll, U.S. screenwriter, and Robert Rossen. Eddie Felson (Paul Newman), The Hustler, to his former manager, Bert Gordon (George C. Scott) (1961).)
    More quotations from: Sydney Carroll, yeah
  • 3.
    That 'I Love Haters' slogan? Well, yeah, I love haters, but I just don't stand with them in their hatred.
    (Just one of my quotations under 'Stop The Hate', a slogan that I moderately support.)
    More quotations from: Yehoshua Shim'onai
  • 4.
    Yeah, you dames is all alike. You sharpshoot and you cheat, and how you squeal when you get what's comin' to you.
    (Willis Goldbeck (1900-1979), U.S. screenwriter, Leon Gordon (1895-1960), British, and Tod Browning. Phroso (Wallace Ford), Freaks, to Venus, who has just had a noisy breakup with Hercules (1932). Suggested by Tod Robbins' story "Spurs.")
    More quotations from: Willis Goldbeck, yeah
  • 5.
    Yeah, if it hadn't been for me everybody'd be a lot better off—my wife and my kids and my friends.... I wish I'd never been born. I suppose it'd been better if I'd never been born at all.
    (Frances Goodrich (1891-1984), U.S. screenwriter, and Frank Capra. George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart), It's a Wonderful Life, to Clarence, in the bridge keeper's shack (1947). additional scenes by Jo Swerling. Based on a story by Philip Van Doren Stern.)
    More quotations from: Frances Goodrich, yeah
  • 6.
    You know, he wanted to shoot the Royal Family, abolish marriage, and put everybody who'd been to public school in a chain gang. Yeah, he was a idealist, your dad was.
    (David Mercer, British screenwriter, and Karel Reisz. Mrs. Dell (Irene Handl), Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment, to her son, Morgan (David Warner).)
  • 7.
    Oh yeah, the fun I had while I was doing it was great. Not everybody ends up this way.
    (Sidney Underwood (b. 1963), U.S. jockey. As quoted in the Trenton Times (July 30, 1990). On whether she would become a jockey if she had it to do over again. Underwood had been hospitalized a month earlier after a racing accident that left her paralyzed from the sternum down; her doctors were predicting that she would never walk again.)
    More quotations from: Sidney Underwood, yeah, fun
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