Moral Of The Story Quotes by Brittany Snow, Amanda Hocking, Will Cuppy, Jillian Michaels, Thom Yorke, Nick Harkaway and many others.
I was recently told by a guy friend that red lipstick during the summer is distracting, and I said, “You need to shut up because I love red lips in the summer.” Guys are stupid, moral of the story.
But you’re the hardest thing I’ve ever done, and you’re also the best. So… I think that’s the moral of the story here. Anything worth having is worth fighting for.
The moral of the story of the Pilgrims is that if you work hard all your life and behave yourself every minute and take no time out for fun you will break practically even, if you can borrow enough money to pay your taxes.
So when it comes down to it, a calorie is a calorie is a calorie: There is only one moral of the story: burn as many damn calories as possible whenever you work out.
And the moral of the story is I’m Thom Yorke.
No. The moral of the story in so far as it has one is that cannibals can study logic, and that if you are going to leave the path, you better have your wits about you and know better than to trust the first scary old lady who talks to you in public.
The moral of the story: perceptions are everything. During each moment you are in contact with a customer, you are the organization.
She is so totally absorbed in a vocation – both a gift and a mastering passion – that she has no time to be absorbed with the self’s worries about itself. And that is the moral of the story: You can pursue happiness by wearing a torn jersey. You can catch it by being good at something you love.
Moral of the story: try to get things right, figure out what’s going wrong with the scenario, and don’t give up.
The moral of the story is not to listen to those who tell you not to play the violin but stick to the tambourine.
The reason I met my husband was because I remembered a friend’s birthday. The moral of the story is: Remember people’s birthdays.