People try to look for deep meanings in my work. I want to say, 'They're just cartoons, folks. You laugh or you don't.' Gee, I sound shallow. But I don't react to current events or other stimuli. I don't read or watch TV to get ideas. My work is basically sitting down at the drawing table and getting silly.— Gary Larson
Successful Gee quotations
Some mornings you wake up and think, gee I look handsome today.
Other days I think, what am I doing in the movies? I wanna go back to Ireland and drive a forklift.
Led Zeppelin didn't write tunes that everybody liked, they left that to the Bee Gees.
The only bipartisanship you ever see is when they finally sign a bill and everybody says, 'Gee, isn't that wonderful?'
I looked down at my clothes. They were slashed to pieces and full of bullet holes, but I was fine. Not a mark on me. Nico's mouth hung open. "You just . . . with a sword . . . you just—" "I think the river thing worked," I said. "Oh gee," he said sarcastically. "You think?
I'm very proud of being a Bee Gee and am always aware that I'll be identified as a Bee Gee.
The Bee Gees were always heavily influenced by black music.
As a songwriter, it's never been difficult to pick up on the changing styles of music out there, and soul has always been my favourite genre.
Get your priorities straight. No one ever said on his death bed, 'Gee, if I'd only spent more time at the office.'
I don't know anyone who said on their deathbed: 'Gee, I wish I'd spent more time at the office.'
It used to be that you needed a $500-million-a-year company in order to reach a worldwide audience of consumers. Now, all you need is a Steam account. That changes a whole bunch of stuff. It's kind of a boring 'gee, information processing changes a stuff' story, but it's going to have an impact on every single company.
When I meet a woman, I don't think, 'Gee, I wonder if she's read the latest thesis by Stephen Hawking? I think, 'Great tits.'
I love Donna Summer, and I love ABBA.
I love late 70s disco. I love the Bee Gees. I just love that period of recording.
I was always the one left behind. Out in the streets, when they saw me they'd say, That's just one of the Bee Gees.
I'm so hard on myself. I play these sketches in my computer for friends and they say 'Gee whiz, the vocal's beautiful.' I hear, 'It needs to be better.'
Listen to the Bee Gees and you can learn to be a great writer.
When I was younger, I was listening to a lot of Armenian music, you know, revolutionary music about freedom and protest. In the 70s I was listening to soul and the Bee Gees and ABBA, and funk.
Crikey means gee whiz, wow!
Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk, I'm a woman's man: no time to talk.
There are only a few notes. Just variations on a theme.
The Bee Gees no longer exist.
No one says "Gee Whiz!" very much these days, of course, not even in America - both because that expression has long since been supplanted by others more colourful and less printable, and because our capacity for surprise has long since been dulled by a surfeit of sources.
I don't think we are here for anything.
We're just products of evolution. You can say, "Gee, your life must be pretty bleak if you don't think there's a purpose." But I'm anticipating a good lunch.
Crikey means gee whiz, wow! Crikey, mate.
You're far safer dealing with crocodiles and western diamondback rattlesnakes than the executives and the producers and all those sharks in the big MGM building.
When I grew up, people said, 'You'll never be the man your dad was.' And I said, 'Gee, I hope not.'
When Bob came through Cincinnati, he wanted a girl singer to be on his show.
There was a local contest, and my sister and I entered, but Bob said, Gee, I wouldn't break up the team.
Gee, I wish we had one of them doomsday machines things.
There was all this loneliness in my cartoons and people would say, "Gee, these characters are so lonely, disconnected, depressed." And I'd say, 'Yeah well, that's not me. I'm just interested in that because I think it makes a funny drawing.' But later I understood it was me in many respects; my hand was doing it ahead of the head's understanding.
I think that's how Chicago got started.
A bunch of people in New York said, 'Gee, I'm enjoying the crime and the poverty, but it just isn't cold enough. Let's go west.'
Some women have said, 'Gee, here I am getting involved with this fat guy, what will people think of me?' But they were converted and sometimes surprised.
The urge to miniaturize electronics did not exist before the space program.
I mean our grandparents had radios that was furniture in the living room. Nobody at the time was saying, 'Gee, I want to carry that in my pocket.' Which is a non-thought.
The first concert I ever went to was the Bee Gees.
I don't know if you remember the Bee Gees. My mom took me. I was little. But my mom was a big disco fan, and - my mom took me to the Bee Gees. Looking back now, it's pretty embarrassing if your first concert was with your mom.
Marilyn Monroe seemed to have a kind of unconscious glow about her physical self that was innocent, like a child. When she posed nude, it was 'Gee, I am kind of, you know, sort of dishy,' like she enjoyed it without being egotistical.
The late Richard Feynman, a superb physicist, said once as we talked about the laser that the way to tell a great idea is that, when people hear it, they say, 'Gee, I could have thought of that.'
If I just got up in the morning and had no place to go and was retired or something, I would be sitting there and be thinking, "Gee, what is the purpose of life? Why are we all finite? Why do we get old and die? Is there nothing out there? Why is it so tragic? Why do our loved ones perish? Why do we generate?" Who wants to think about that stuff?