Only a bad person needs to repent: only a good person can repent perfectly.— C. S. Lewis
Most Powerful Eat Humble Pie quotations
I don't enjoy eating humble pie; it never tastes good. But I do appreciate it when it happens.
[On George H.W. Bush:] By 1990 I had learned that I had to defer to him in conversation and not to stint the praise. If that was what was necessary to secure Britain's interests and influence, I had no hesitation in eating a little humble pie.
It is satisfying following such an emphatic victory over the current unbeaten champion (Lucian Bute) to know that there's a lot of people eating humble pie.
Ultimately it boils down to the same thing all relationships boil down to: eating humble pie. I sometimes eat quite a lot. But, however bitter it might taste, it's the best pie. It's on the menu constantly for both parties.
I don't enjoy eating humble pie.
Souness critics must eat humble pie as he transforms Newcastle.
We're quite volatile as individuals, but that doesn't work exponentially when we are together. Relationships are about eating humble pie.
Once you get cocky that's when you start to, A, turn into an asshole to everybody and, B, make mistakes because you stop listening to people or they stop telling you because you're a cocky asshole. So I'm going to try and eat my humble pie every morning for breakfast and just hope that it turns out OK.