Tired Of Waiting Quotes

Tired Of Waiting Quotes by Marlon Brando, John L. Lewis, Maya Banks, Langston Hughes, Rudyard Kipling, Veronica Roth and many others.

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I don’t stretch my hand out anymore, but I never get tired of waiting for the next magic.
Marlon Brando
The workers of the nation were tired of waiting for corporate industry to right their economic wrongs, to alleviate their social agony and to grant them their political rights. Despairing of fair treatment, they resolved to do something for themselves.
John L. Lewis
Perhaps I’m tired of waiting for something I may never find.
Maya Banks
I’m so tired of waiting, aren’t you, for the world to become good and beautiful and kind?
Langston Hughes
If you can wait and not be tired of waiting, or being lied about, don’t deal in lies. Or being hated, don’t give way to hating, and yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise.
Rudyard Kipling
You know I’m getting a little tired of waiting for you to catch on.
Veronica Roth
On a day-to-day basis, you get tired of waiting to be accepted. In show business, someone else has to say that you’re good or that you’re worth going to see or worth taping a show. There’s a lot of pain here. There’s a lot of pain inside. I’m a sad, crying-on-the-inside kind of clown.
Greg Giraldo
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
Mark Dunn
I don’t want to throw him nothing. Maybe he’ll just get tired of waiting and leave.
Lefty Gomez
No one ever gets tired of loving. But everyone gets tired of waiting, assuming, hearing lies, and hurting.
Megan Fox
When we started the band, it was because we were waiting for a sound that never happened. We got tired of waiting, and we decided to just do it ourselves.
Mike Shinoda
Why now? Why not wait for a man to come along and…sweep you off your feet?” She gave a short laugh. “If the man you speak of had ever planned on coming, my lord, I’m afraid he has obviously lost his way. And, at twenty-eight, I find I have grown tired of waiting.
Sarah MacLean
Luck is what happens to you when fate gets tired of waiting
Gregory David Roberts