I couldn't do country, with all due respect to all country music artists. My parents dressed me up with a cowboy hat and we'd go to the rodeo when I was younger and it traumatized me for life.— Chris Colfer
The most mouth-watering Chris Colfer quotes that will activate your inner potential
When people hurt you over and over, think of them like sand paper.
They may scratch and hurt you a bit, but in the end, you end up polished and they end up useless.
You’re not weak. Your life is not defined by a letter grade, a dress size, your sexuality or anything else. You have every chance at happiness. You were not meant to suffer. You are loved. Never, ever give up.
A villain is just a victim whose story hasn’t been told.
People are not born heroes or villains; they’re created by the people around them.
You can't shy away from your greatness just because you're afraid you're not great enough
From this day on, I refuse to let anyone bring me to a point where I can't take a horrible situation and spin it into something beneficial. I will never let anyone make me feel anything I don't want to feel again or rob me of the passions that make me who I am.
Even in the worst of situations-even when it seems no one in the world appreciates you-as long as you have hope, everthing can get better
To Grandma: Once upon a time, there was a boy who flew.
Every time I get injured I measure it's severity by asking myself 'Would this stop me from going to Disneyland?'
Like having a great idea, life comes at you fast.
It hits you and tries to escape and be expressed in any way possible. In a way, it's a lot like...lightning.
The world will always choose convenience over reality.
It's easier to hate, blame, and fear than it is to understand. No one wants the truth; they want entertainment.
I’ve tried being other people and myself suits me the best.
That’s my biggest fear – disappointing those people who look up to me.
I grew up doing musical theater.
I'm allergic to stupidity.
There are ways to meet people and surround yourself with like-minded people who will support you.
I don't necessarily consider myself a virgin, probably because I have such a penetrating personality
I think I just want to leave my mark in some way.
I hope I leave the world a better place than it was when I came, and I think the best way I can do that is through acting and writing, and hopefully it will make a difference someday.
Every driven person comes from a mountain of pain they wish to keep hidden.
Whoa, I've really got to stop making plans with fictional characters.
It can't be healthy to develop relationships with people who don't exist.
But one of the big lessons I have learned from my journey is you can’t please everyone, so don’t try.
A flame may love a snowflake, but they can never be together without each harming the other.
I was obsessed with fairytales, and I was a very, very inquisitive kid, and I would ask my mom all kinds of questions. It all kind of formed a story in my head, and I really wanted to be a published author when I was 10, but I had a hard time writing a novel when I was 10. So I decided to wait until I was little bit older and then get it done.
I don't know much, But when push comes to shove, I definitely don't believe, There's such a thing as wrong love.
Sometimes you have good days, and sometimes you have bad days.
It really depends on how much caffeine you've had.
In what grade do we stop believing in ourselves? I asked.
In what grade do we stop believing, period? I mean, SOMEONE has to be a Nobel Peace Prize winner. SOMEONE has to be a ballerina. Why not us?
...because a life without meaning, without drive or focus, without dreams or goals, isn't a life worth living.
It doesn't matter how greatly you've been hurt or how much you're hurting, it's what you do with the pain that counts. You could cry for years or you could choose to learn and grow from it.
I'm pretty sure I'm going to fall in my GaGa shoes one night on tour and I'm hoping it becomes a Youtube sensation.
I have a sack of hate mail that I want to respond to.
One day, when I’m tired or tipsy, I will respond and tell them what I think.
I don’t think I have the right parts to appreciate '50 Shades of Grey'.
I was very tiny...I spent most of my time stuffed into lockers. Thank god for cell phones, or I'd still be there.
I kind of did this thing in high school, a spoof of 'Sweeney Todd' called 'Shirley Todd,' and I had a great time doing that.
I love bookstores. I love the energy in a bookstore and the smell of the paper.
High School. Society’s bright idea to put all their aggressive, naive youth into one environment to torment and emotionally scar each other for life.
Oh, I have this feud going with the L.
A. Unified School District, because I keep getting these phone calls saying my daughter keeps missing classes, I mean, at all hours of the night, I had like, two calls this morning and I keep calling saying I haven't got a daughter!
I wasn't going to get such a nice car - I was going to get a cute little hybrid or something, keep the trees happy - but then my grandfather died, and it was all: retail therapy!
If you are going to live in a house made of candy, don't move next door to a couple of obese kids. A lot of these fairy-tale characters are missing common sense.
My imaginary friends have become my imaginary children.
Villains are mostly just people villainized by circumstance
I do all kind of fun things when I'm unconscious.
Anyone can have a once-upon-a-time or a happily-ever-after, but it's the journey between that makes the story worth telling.
I'm really not good blackmail material.
There's nothing more terrifying then a teenage girl.
Once the world has made a decision, there is little anyone can do to change its mind.
The gay people I knew in real life were soft spoken and didn't want to call attention to themselves because they were terrified of exposing themselves, of people finding out that they're gay.
I feel like little bits of my soul are being shipped domestically.
I can act... I do a little writing as well. And I'm good at typing. I'm a creative typist, actually.
I was reading that lightning is a negative charge that comes from the friction that clouds carry. And since opposites attract, I would like to think that he was so positive the moment that he died, so happy, he pulled that bolt right out of the sky. I don’t know if that’s possible, but that’s what I believe.