Teenage Quotes

 Girls who put out are tramps. Girls who don't are ladies. This is, however, a rather archaic usage of the word. Should one of you boys happen upon a girl who doesn't put out, do not jump to the conclusion that you have found a lady. What you have probably found is a lesbian. 
Author: Fran Lebowitz
Nationality: American
b. 27 October 1950
 Remember that as a teenager you are at the last stage in your life when you will be happy to hear that the phone is for you. 
Author: Fran Lebowitz
Nationality: American
b. 27 October 1950
 Few things are more satisfying than seeing your children have teenagers of their own. 
Author: Doug Larson
Nationality: American
b. December 1902  - d.  December 1981
 Like its politicians and its war, society has the teenagers it deserves. 
Author: Joseph Priestley
Nationality: British
b. 26 March 1733  - d. 8 February 1804
 I get really embarrassed because I was such an unattractive teenager with pimples and a funny nose. It's like someone seeing your old home movies. 
Author: Jodie Foster
Nationality: American
b. 19 November 1962
 My dad? He died when I was 19, which is a bad time for your dad to die, because there's an awful lot of things you have to resolve with your parents past your teens if you've been a difficult teenager. 
Author: Robbie Coltrane
Nationality: Scottish
b. 30 March 1950
 We were using Brooke as an actress; she was playing different roles: a liberated woman, a teenager, a vamp. 
Author: Calvin Klein
Nationality: American
b. 12 November 1942
 If I were a teenager, I'd make computer drawings. I need people to do that for me because I don't have the time. 
Author: Christian Lacroix
Nationality: French
b. 16 May 1951
 Strikingly, no concern was voiced over the glaringly obvious fact that no official reason was ever offered for going to war - no reason, that is, that could not be instantly refuted by a literate teenager. 
Author: Noam Chomsky
Nationality: American
b. 7 December 1928
 I was a veteran, before I was a teenager. 
Author: Michael Jackson
Nationality: American
b. 29 August 1958  - d. 25 June 2009
 The dynamics of the city. His mother had been scared of cities. It had been part of his education. She had told him cities are dangerous places. They're full of tough, scary guys. He was a tough boy himself but he had walked around as a teenager ready and willing to believe her. And he had seen that she was right. People on city streets were fearful and furtive and defensive. They kept their distance and crossed to the opposite sidewalk to avoid coming near him. They made it so obvious he became convinced the scary guys were always right behind him, at his shoulder. Then he suddenly realized no, I'm the scary guy. They're scared of me. It was a revelation. He saw himself reflected in store windows and understood how it could happen. He had stopped growing at fifteen when he was already six feet five and two hundred and twenty pounds. A giant. Like most teenagers in those days he was dressed like a bum. The caution his mother had drummed into him was showing up in his face as a blank-eyed, impassive stare. They're scared of me. It amused him and he smiled and then people stayed even farther away. From that point onward he knew cities were just the same as every other place, and for every city person he needed to be scared of there were nine hundred and ninety-nine others a lot more scared of him. He used the knowledge like a tactic, and the calm confidence it put in his walk and his gaze redoubled the effect he had on people. The dynamics of the city. 
Author: Lee Child
Nationality: British
b. December 1954

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