quotes about training


Murder on the Orient Express is coming to a theater near you in November 2017


Ha-ha, I didn’t forget that I wanted to do more @incorrectrotbtdquotes​ , I’m just getting consumed by Overwatch fandom. 

I wanted to do this quote so badly since the first time I saw it, but only now I got a feel of how I wanted it to be. I’m pretty satisfied with the result. Rapunzel may be a precious beloved-by-everyone flower, but I firmly belief she has a scary badass side of her.)


“It is true that I have the habit of being always right - but I do not boast of it.”
– Hercule Poirot

“Ever tried, ever failed. No matter. Try again, fail again. Fail better.” 

In which Hux helps Kylo find his feet again after a series of failed missions. 

  • Kuroo: Bo, are you awake? I have to ask you something. Bokuto?
  • Bokuto: I'm trying to sleep, Kuroo. Can't this wait 'til morning?
  • Kuroo: You woke me up last night to ask if monkeys ever worry about their looks.
  • Bokuto: Oh yeah, sorry. Do you think they do?
  • Kuroo: I already told you, if they worried about their looks they'd wear pants.

Traveling by train to Washington DC, 11 February 1964

“They did a lot of acting for the camera, which is usually something that we don’t like and somehow try to turn that off. But we didn’t try to turn that off, because this was something that was sort of inherent in their behavior. For years in England they were accustomed to just acting out little performances. So we got them both acting for the camera and those moments where they were just being themselves.” Their humor always showed through, proving themselves to be the funniest foursome since the Marx Brothers.

During the train journey from New York to Washington D.C. for their show at the Colosseum, Maysles recalls seeing George Harrison curled up in a luggage rack pretending to sleep. “And there was that wonderful moment on the train when the little girl says ‘I never thought I would meet a famous singer,’ and Ringo was shaking his head in appreciation. They got along with people of all ages.” - Source: “The Beatles Are Arriving In Two Hours” Filmmaker Albert Maysles Recalls Their First U.S. Visit 50 Years Later” by Joseph Runtagh (vh1.com)