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Day 5: A favorite quote.


If there's another thing I collect more than names, it's quotes. So here's what I'll do-five favorite non-star wars quotes and five Star Wars quotes-that I haven't posted here before. I know, it says "a"-just thank me for not posting a whole book of quotes.

Here goes:
"Reality is for people who lack imagination."
"When I'm right, no one remembers, and when I'm wrong, no one forgets."

"Health is merely the slowest possible rate one can die."

"A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory."

"Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic."

Tahiri: "That's funny."
Corran: "Funny ha ha or funny we're about to die?"
Tahiri Veila and Corran Horn, sizing up the situation on Yuuzhan'tar[src]
Tahiri: "Remember, you're supposed to be training me. What does the wise Jedi do in a situation like this?"
Corran: "The wise Jedi avoids situations like this.
"You know impossible is what Rogue Squadron does best of all."Corran Horn, to Admiral Ackbar[src]
  • I-5YQ: "See that landspeeder parked behind you?"
  • Den Dhur: "Yes."
  • I-5YQ: "Call it the past."
  • Den Dhur: "Why?"
  • I-5YQ: "Because it's behind you. See that trash bin ahead of you? That's the future."
  • Den Dhur: "For you, maybe. I try to be more optimistic."

  • 2JTJ: "Master Tahl! Please slow down! I must assist!"
  • Tahl: "Get lost! I'm in a hurry!"
  • 2JTJ: "I cannot get lost, sir. I'm a navigation droid."

  • "Time for blaster safety lesson #1... Pointing a blaster at me isn't safe."
    Plourr Ilo[src]
     This is six. Oh well.


    1. Ooh! I like those!! :D I like the ones in the beginning and the Star Wars ones were funny!!! :D

      Jedi~Chick <3

    2. Many yays for Star Wars quotes!! You can never know too many! ;)

      -Leia <3


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