Top Forget Quotes

  • Forget ideas, Mr. Author. What kind of pen do you use? – Stephen Fry

    Forget ideas, Mr. Author. What kind of pen do you use?– Stephen Fry

  • No matter how much enthusiasm and effort you put into writing, if you totally lack literary talent you can forget about being a novelist. – Haruki Murakami

    No matter how much enthusiasm and effort you put into writing, if you totally lack literary talent you can forget about being a novelist.– Haruki Murakami

  • When entering a library, I never forget to bow down! – Avijeet Das

    When entering a library, I never forget to bow down!– Avijeet Das

  • adults forget how difficult that task was. – Donald A Norman

    adults forget how difficult that task was.– Donald A Norman

  • Deep in the meadow, hidden far away A cloak of leaves, a moonbeam ray Forget your woes and let your troubles lay – Suzanne Collins

    Deep in the meadow, hidden far away A cloak of leaves, a moonbeam ray Forget your woes and let your troubles lay– Suzanne Collins

  • No time better than the present,’ I always say. Or was that, -˜Nothing is better than a present’? I forget. – Kaza Kingsley

    No time better than the present,’ I always say. Or was that, -˜Nothing is better than a present’? I forget.– Kaza Kingsley

  • We tend to forget that life can only be defined in the present tense. – Dennis Potter

    We tend to forget that life can only be defined in the present tense.– Dennis Potter

  • Live life to the fullest and never forget the people that supported you along the way. – Dorothy W Cosey

    Live life to the fullest and never forget the people that supported you along the way.– Dorothy W Cosey

  • The real point of watching television is to forget that you have a brain. – Elizabeth Jane Howard

    The real point of watching television is to forget that you have a brain.– Elizabeth Jane Howard

  • A man who boasts he’s the head of the home must never forget the woman is the knife at his throat. – Matshona Dhliwayo

    A man who boasts he’s the head of the home must never forget the woman is the knife at his throat.– Matshona Dhliwayo