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  • clinton.9996_quote
    Whether you're going through hard times, need an extra push to get stuff done, or like sharing inspirational quotes in social media, Motivation has you ...
    LikeReply 12 months ago
  • yangyeo339
    Good app. word unscrambler
    LikeReply4 months ago
  • donb.47049
    What a fantastic site! They edit everything you post!! I’m so happy to have found this :)
    LikeReply4 months ago
  • larstem
    How do you search for quotes by people
    LikeReply 17 months ago
  • Mike.Thais
    Do we have a desktop convenient 'quotes.net' app?
    LikeReply10 months ago
    • acronimous
      Yes, we do have Android and iOS apps for Quotes.net -- see links at the footer of the page...
      LikeReply 310 months ago
  • tonykelner
    Quotes.net - Best place to be to reset your mindset every Morning
    LikeReply 311 months ago
  • isabelle_h
    Hello everyone! I just joined, see a lot of comments from fellow lovers of reading and poetry ECT. There are so many quotes, I want to study so I can be like Rory Gilmore and use them in everyday lingo. lol. Knowing exactly who people are quoting before they even say it is the goal for me. Does anyone have any advice on how I can better obtain and reach this goal? 
    LikeReply 91 year ago
    • dmcs359
      Hello from British Columbia, Canada, Isabelle! I inherited my love of the written word from my (now deceased) Mum - it has saddened me to see what is becoming of the English language in all its forms - and beautiful handwriting, which Mum and all my Aunties (& a couple of Uncles!) had - they were all born in a different time, the 1910s-20s - I'm not suggesting we revert THAT far back, but the more time I spend on Social Media sites, the more appalled I am at the inability to spell basic words correctly.
      Well, now that I've gotten that off my chest... when I want to find quotes of a particular genre, I simply type those words into Google! Welcome to the STANDS4 Network, I highly recommend you check out all the other 'pages' - the list is colour-coded at the bottom of this page. 
      LikeReply 91 year ago
    • isabelle_h
      Thank you for taking the time out of your day to write such a kind and encouraging response! I, like so many others, haven't failed to contribute to the disregarding of correct writing, from grammar to spelling, of the English language. So much so that it seems to have become somewhat of normality to me. Increasingly so, the more time I spend on Social media. I can't say my age but, I don't think it hard for others to guess I'm a gen Z, just based on my spelling and grammar, etc. I'm so glad I found this network! I hope to better myself in all things literary through it! 
      LikeReply 51 year ago
    • dmcs359
      ...and I'm so old (almost 63) I don't even know what a "Gen Z" IS, lol! I'll Google it in a minute - I'm a proud Baby Boomer, the way the world has changed from microwave ovens (I don't remember how I lived without one for the first 24 years of my life, I had to save up for a while to get one, they were about $750 back then!) to the insane advancements in technology... I really love the years I've lived in and watching the growth (and sadly, the strife) of the decades I've been part of! My father was a Military Lifer (jet fighter pilot) starting in WWII, I'd been to 17 countries by the age of 16.
      What genre of books do you enjoy, Isabelle? Are you familiar with the website "Grammarly"? If not, I think it'd be "write" up your alley (pun intended on the word 'write for right', lol!) I enjoy crime/mysteries, Kathy Reichs is one of my favourite authors.
      It's a pleasure chatting with you - have a great day!
      LikeReply 41 year ago
    • dmcs359
      Oh my goodness, Isabelle - I just looked up what a "Gen Z" is... you're a baby, lol! (JK
      LikeReply 11 year ago
  • sanita_b
    Happppppppy New Year and thank you for your continued support.
    LikeReply 51 year ago
  • frank_taylor
    I am impressed with the way you collect so many quotes! Well done for your work!
    LikeReply 71 year ago
  • Galactia7117
    Hi everyone. My name is Tia. I Just joined this site. Hope to learn and have fun as I go. Love poetry. New to doing quotes. Looks like a great site. Look forward to meeting you all.
    LikeReply 102 years ago
  • dbl_test
    This site is very interesting and enriching!
    Thank you for your work!
    LikeReply 122 years ago
  • Omarionlogan93
    In the fox and the hound 2, what part was from this qoute from tod? "(Crying) oh no driver dead!"
    LikeReply 52 years ago
  • Rezal
    So, I want to ask something about the profile picture author. does it automatically provide the author's favourite photo?
    LikeReply 72 years ago
    • Soulwriter
      Rezal Hi there. When you submit a new quote you have the opportunity to attach the author’s picture. Hope that helps!
      LikeReply 82 years ago
  • 1510
    i looooove quotes
    LikeReply 82 years ago
  • danwise
    ouch many clever quotes surrounded by ads....as life to appretiate things you have to suffer a bit :P
    LikeReply 72 years ago
    • dmcs359
      Hey there! With all due respect, you might want to check out/add the extension for the STANDS4 Networks "Grammar" site, or Grammarly.com - both are great to help you with spelling words correctly. (it's spelled 'appreciate', not 'appretiate') I'm not sure about the STANDS4 one, but Grammarly will correct your spelling automatically (if what you've typed is in the ballpark, Grammarly seems to have a "sixth sense" about the word you want spelled correctly - it's quite amazing, actually!) As well, if you've typed an 'awkward' sentence or two, even a paragraph, Grammarly will suggest a more concise & clear way of saying what you want to say. Again, danwise, my comment is meant to be helpful, not critical - I hope you take it with the respect intended!  
      LikeReply 11 year ago
  • Happytobealive
    So grateful to have found thus website! Thank you.
    LikeReply 62 years ago
  • Joakim B.R.O.
    Joakim B.R.O.
    I miss 'political quotes'. Isn't that  mistake ?
    LikeReply 22 years ago
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  • William brown
    William brown
    this website is amazing it helped me with my homework
    LikeReply 93 years ago
    • Jayden L Shull
      Jayden L Shull
      me too
      LikeReply 52 years ago
  • Colleen Mattson
    Colleen Mattson
    Who'da thunk it!
    LikeReply 43 years ago
  • Aidan Happymonday
    Aidan Happymonday
    Nice tuxedo... Nice tuxedo to die in!
    LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Sarat Patra
    Sarat Patra
    greatful to you to remind a quote
    Thanking youall
    LikeReply 43 years ago
    • STANDS4
      It's our pleasure, Sarat! Gald you managed to find it here...
      LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Swostik Dash
    Swostik Dash
    Fantastic mindblowing website
    LikeReply 93 years ago
    • STANDS4
      Blushing... ;-) Thanks Swostika!
      LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Jawaid Akhter
    Jawaid Akhter
    Great Website
    LikeReply 23 years ago
    • STANDS4
      Thanks Jawaid, appreciated...
      LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Jenny F Strother
    Jenny F Strother
    He who wishes to secure the goodness............
    Is a quote to remember and to which thought should be given. We are all I believe quick to judge but slow to seek out the goodness in others. Goodness is a quality we could improve upon as the human race 
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Jason Michael
    Jason Michael
    There doesn't seem to be any movie quotes for F/X 2 either. :(
    LikeReply 54 years ago
  • Brenda Farris
    Brenda Farris
    Want to know what Jack Nicholson says to Helen Hunt about her son in ''As Good As It Gets''This is when they show him in the cafe the first time. She gets mad and tells him off.
    LikeReply 54 years ago
    • dmcs359
      Go to IMDb and look up "As Good As It Gets", each entry on that website, whether it's a movie, episode of a TV show, Awards show, whatever has its own "QUOTES" section - and most often they also have TRIVIA, GOOFS, CRAZY CAPTIONS and so on. If you've never been to IMDb, you're in for a real treat! 
      LikeReply 21 year ago
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  • Duke Albaum
    Duke Albaum
    LikeReply 55 years ago

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