We have to fight the entire time, we can't start at the end when it's getting down to crunch time. We can't leave anything on the floor.— Kerri Walsh
Heartwarming Crunch Time quotations
One day, you will wake up and there won't be any more time to do the thing you've always wanted. Do it now.
I've always considered myself a crunch-time player.
I just love having the ball in my hands. Everyone in the arena knows the ball is supposed to be in your hands and you still make it. It's the odds. I love the odds.
I feel like nobody can stop me off the dribble.
At crunch time, we're looking for somebody to score and I definitely want to be the guy who has the ball in his hands.
Every time you judge someone else, you reveal an unhealed part of yourself.
The thought of two thousand people crunching celery at the same time horrified me.
No one will understand a Japanese garden until you've walked through one, and you hear the crunch underfoot, and you smell it, and you experience it over time. Now there's no photograph or any movie that can give you that experience.
It's only when it comes to crunch time that people's true character comes out.
Don't compare your life to others. There's no comparison between the sun and the moon. They shine when it's their time.
Always keep bobby pins on hand. It's amazing what you can do with those in a time crunch.
Sammy Sosa's a September player, so you have to watch out for him.
It's crunch time, time to make history.
I have to be more assertive-I have take more control at crunch time.
Do not set aside your happiness. Do not wait to be happy in the future. The best time to be happy is always now.
We live in a time-crunched world, and just about everything we do seems to be urgent.
Our minds work in real time, which begins at the Big Bang and will end, if there is a Big Crunch - which seems unlikely, now, from the latest data showing accelerating expansion. Consciousness would come to an end at a singularity.
I believe capitalism is dying a slow death right now, as you can see with the recession and with the credit crunch and with social and economic dismay the world as whole and the pandemic of promiscuity, drugs, alcohol and all the other diseases. That's the worst and I believe it's time for a change.
Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass away.
Unfortunately, every time there's a budget crunch in New York, the Parks Department is usually the first to be cut. So they need all the help they can get.
I don't think that the big crunch should be seen as a menace, but rather as an opportunity. It's one of these times in -history - and we have plenty of examples from the past - where it's possible to really make a difference. And if art is serious about claiming a central role in today's society and culture, this is the best chance it's had in ages.
Every thing, even the so-called timesaving device and energy-efficient machine, comes these days with an elaborate set of instructions for its care and feeding. Buying a machine has become more and more like buying a pet. ... We are time-crunched. Not just by the number of things we have to do, but the number of things we have. In the late twentieth century, things have become our new dependents.
Life has a way of testing a person's will, either by having nothing happen at all or by having everything happen at once.
I want to be one of the guys, but I also want to be 'the' guy, the guy that can go out there and they can rely on in crunch time. I'm going to be the guy that they know will show up every day, every game, every play and show up on a consistently great level.
But ice-crunching and loud gum-chewing, together with drumming on tables, and whistling the same tune 70 times in succession, because they indicate an indifference on the part of the perpetrator to the rest of the world in general, are not only registered on the delicate surfaces of the brain but eat little holes in it until it finally collapses or blows up.
I think the credit crunch is a brilliant thing.
We should all stop moaning and start celebrating. When times are tough, it's an opportunity to start looking at life in a different way.
Sometimes there is no next time, no time-outs, no second chances. Sometimes it's now or never.
In a whirlwind, Reagan quickly knocked off fifty more push-ups, flipped, and did thirty crunches, then turned and landed a kick that dented the metal door. "I'm feeling sick, too, and look at me. What if Babe Ruth had said 'Time to Rest'? Or Michael Phelps? Or Neil Armstrong? Come on, guys–what are we?" "Hungry," Natalie said. "Sleepy," Alistair added. "Grumpy," Fiske said. "Sneezy," Phoenix piped up. "Shot," Nellie said.
I cannot go any further without mentioning my favourite biscuit of all time, now sadly, tragically, extinct. The oaty, crumbly, demerara notes of the long-forgotten Abbey Crunch will remain forever on my lips. I loved the biscuit as much as anything I have ever eaten, and often, in moments of solitude, I still think about its warm, buttery, sugary self.
Ordinarily my mom just sunk deeper into her corner of the couch and ignored it.
She had succesfully ignored a quarter of a century of entropy and decay, had sat peacefully crunching popcorn and drinking soda while the house fell down around us. If I had to guess the number of books she read during that time, I would place the number at somewhere in the neighborhood of forty thousand.