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A measure of doubleness is perhaps a necessity in a world where rejections come far more frequently than acceptances.
Do not miss out on so much of what life has to offer.
Never wait to procrastinate on a task you could be procrastinating on right now. You might never get around to putting it off later.
A: I don’t take this holiday seriously. It is an excuse to eat and drink and see family and friends. B: Then why don’t you stop making excuses?
You can tell a lot about a writer’s position from the location of their “ironic quotes.”
Assuming an attitude of aloofness, he preserved some small measure of self-respect—but a small one, at that.
My ironic detachment is the only thing that could draw you in or keep you out.