Finally took the time to compile some more, yay! 🙂
It’s never a lost cause until you believe it is.
With great power comes great electricity bill.
Déjà Moo – The feeling that you’ve heard this Bull before.
A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.
Niemand ist mehr Sklave, als der sich für frei hält, ohne es zu sein. – Goethe
Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance. – H.L. Mencken
Gang rape is democracy in action.
I tried to cook something from scratch… and ended up summoning a daemon.
Not only is my short-term memory horrible, but so is my short-term memory.
Morons like you are why people have middle fingers.
Talking on the phone with someone who has kids is like talking to someone who has Tourette’s.
It’s hard to explain puns to kleptomaniacs because they always take things literally.
It’s a beautiful day, I think I’ll skip my meds and stir things up a bit.
Revenge? Nah, I’m too lazy. I’m going to sit there and let karma fuck you up.
I’ve lost my mind and I’m making no effort to look for it.
War does not determine who is right but who is left.
Any fool can know. The point is to understand.
I just did a week’s worth of cardio after walking into a spider’s web.
I would gladly go to Hell, but Satan still has that restraining order against me.
Light travails faster than sound, this is why some people appear bright until they speak.
When people tell me “you’re gonna regret that in the morning” I sleep in until noon because I’m a problem solver.
Last but not least, a few quotes that I found nice to serve to spread my love of travels ^^ Unfortunately I didn’t find translations for them, so for the moment I’ll just let the French version with my poor attempts at making them sound nice in English too (sorry folks :())
“Le plus grand voyageur est celui qui a su faire une fois le tour de lui-même.” (Confucius)
=> ~The greatest traveler is the one who managed to travel around himself. (yes, this translation is the worst of all, I believe)
“A quoi sert de voyager si tu t’emmènes avec toi ? C’est d’âme qu’il faut changer, non de climat.” (Sénèque)
=> ~What’s the use of traveling if you bring yourself along? You must change soul, not climate.
“Mais, qu’est-ce que l’Aventure ? Un accident que j’ai toujours cherché à éviter”. (Henry de Monfreid)
=> ~But what is adventure? An accident I’ve always tried to avoid.
“Le meilleur qu’on puisse ramener du voyage, c’est soi-même, sain et sauf.” (proverbe persan)
=> ~The best thing you can bring from your travel is yourself, safe and sound.
“Le vrai voyageur ne sait pas où il va.” (proverbe chinois)
=> ~The true traveler doesn’t know where he’s going to.
“Je sais, d’expérience, que courir le monde ne sert qu’à tuer le temps. On revient aussi insatisfait qu’on est parti. Il faut faire quelque chose de plus.” (Ella Maillart)
=> ~I know, from experience, that traveling around the world only kills time. You come back as unsatisfied as you left. Something more must be done.
Plenty more where that came from (but all in French again): http://www.abm.fr/travail-et-voyages/le-voyage-par-ecrit/le-voyage-par-ecrit-proverbes-et-citations-de-voyage.html