The grass is not, in fact, always greener on the other side of the fence. No, not at all. Fences have nothing to do with it. The grass is greenest where it is watered. When crossing over fences, carry water with you and tend the grass wherever you may be.— Robert Fulghum
Gorgeous Grass Is Greener quotations
If the grass looks greener on the other side, it is probably astroturf.
If the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, you can bet the water bill is higher.
The grass is not always greener on the other side. You learn to appreciate these people.
The grass is always greener on the other side, unless Vince Russo has been there in which case the grass is most likely dead.
In New York the sky is bluer, and the grass is greener, and the girls are prettier, and the steaks are thicker, and the buildings are higher, and the streets are wider, and the air is finer, than the sky, or the grass, or the girls, or the steaks, or the air of any place else in the world.
If you're true to the upliftment of people and the unity of people, raising the self-worth of people, then you live within your means. But the problem is that we're looking at the grass on the other side, saying, "That's greener. I want to be in the thug market, but I want to be a conscious rap artist." It doesn't work like that.
Even if you think the grass is greener on the other side, you’re going to have to mow that side too.
The grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence.
The grass is greenest where it is watered.
It's not that the grass is greener on the other side, it's that you can never be on both sides of the lawn at the same time.
Alone of all the races on earth, they seem to be free from the 'Grass is Greener on the other side of the fence' syndrome, and roundly proclaim that Australia is, in fact, the other side of that fence.
If the grass is greener somewhere else...start watering your own lawn!
But the grass ain't always greener on the other side, It's green where you water it
The grass is always greener over the septic tank.
Of course the grass is greener on the other side of the fence.
Why do you think the neighbors put up the fence?
If the grass is greener in the other fellow's yard- let him worry about cutting it.
You know how they say the grass is always greener on the other side? It is greener, because you're not there. And if you go you'll trample it and leave dirty footprints and probably spill something poisonous.
Where the grass is greener, the water bill is bigger.
If the grass is greener on the other side it`s probably getting better care.
Success is a matter of sticking to a set of common sense principles anyone can master.
Love dies in many different ways, and it's natural for the grass to seem greener on the other side. But it's not a competition; there's plenty of pain to go around.
When you are tempted to look elsewhere for greener pastures, just remember someone else is probably looking at yours. And if another pasture looks greener, perhaps it is getting better care and attention. Grass is always greener . . . where it is watered.
We can better see what we don't have.
The other man's grass is always greener and now we can actually go and visit his grass much more and feel the absence of green in our own lives.
Everybody always thinks the grass is always greener.
A lot of people are always striving for bigger and better.
People are always wondering if the grass is greener and then they'll start hearing things or meeting other people.
The grass is always greener where the fence isn't.
I was always a 'grass is greener' kind of guy.
Everybody thinks the grass is greener on the other side.
If you talk to most artists, they think they can play something, you know, "If I had stayed playing football in high school, if I had been doing basketball..." Everybody's got their fantasies and thinks the grass is greener. It's not. It's not.
Remember, the grass is always greener where you don't happen to be the neighbor.
In the story shoes are just a metaphor for what these girls go through.
..the grass is always greener and everyone always wants to be in somebody else's shoes; they don't want to be in their own.
I love being married. I love my husband. I think married people always have that thing where they think that the grass is greener on the single side, but all my single friends are like, "Trust me, you don't want to have to actually interact with these people."
My guess is that most Australians today would vote for Babe.
A piglet who dreams of being a statesmanlike sheepdog. Who merely by asking politely, can lead the electorate two by two through the gate where the grass is always greener.
My weekends are spent hidden in the woods, and then I have to come back and pretend to be this very upper-crust insurance investigator. But, I mean, duality's nice. You never get bored. You can't say the grass is always greener if you're in both backyards.
...the grass actually IS greener on the other side, but it's only because of the bodies buried there.
As someone who makes his living as an actor, my routine varies almost every day.
There are weeks I'm working and weeks I'm not. People think it must be great to have all that time off, but you'd be surprised how quickly that grass would become greener. The idle brain is the devil's playground.
The grass is always greener. You think how wonderful it would be to be someone else, but I don't think I would like it. I'm thrilled to observe other people, but I don't want to be in their shoes. If I got there, I might find it not quite what I expected, and it would break my illusion, and I don't want that!