Roller-skating and ice-skating are two different things - I found that out the hard way.— Todd Bridges
Almighty Roller Skating quotations
Talent without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates. There's plenty of movement, but you never know if it's going to be forward, backwards, or sideways.
Talent without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates
If you wonder where your child left his roller skates, try walking around the house in the dark.
Pop guns! And bicycles! Roller skates! Drums! Checkerboards! Tricycles! Popcorn! And plums! And he stuffed them in bags. Then the Grinch, very nimbly, Stuffed all the bags, one by one, up the chimbley!
And thus Snow White became the prince's bride.
The wicked queen was invited to the wedding feast and when she arrived there were red-hot iron shoes, in the manner of red-hot roller skates, clamped upon her feet.
Acting is like roller skating. Once you know how to do it, it is neither stimulating nor exciting.
I jog and I roller-skate. I dance - that's the best exercise.
He really is terribly heavy going. Like running up hill in roller skates.
I didn't grow up in one of those restrictive Christian households where you couldn't do this or that. We were brought up with a great collection of good morals and good values, but we also had fun. We'd go to church on Sunday, but then have ice cream, roller skate or play in the park afterwards.
Doing time is like climbing a mountain wearing roller skates.
Roller-skates and disco are a lot of fun, I'm much too young and stupid to operate a gun.
She had never been a proficient flirt.
Her spasms of kittenish behaviour were graceless and inept, like normal conversation on roller skates. but the combination of the retsina and sun made Emma feel sentimental and light-headed. She reached for her roller skates.
Minor keys and drugs don't make a roller skate jam.
That's where you just have to get creative.
There are all these trampoline parks and there's bowling and there's roller skating.
Any writer who believes in the 'lucky creative accident' in writing is pushing elephants on roller skates up greased ramps.
I like to roller skate. I have been roller skating since I was eight.
L.A.: where there's never weather, and walking is a crime. L.A.: where the streetlights and palm trees go on forever, where darkness never comes, like a deal that never goes down, a meeting that's never taken. The City of Angels: where every cockroach has a screenplay and even the winos wear roller skates. It's that kind of town.
Oh. A bigger studio. It dawns on me, stupid me, that Henry could win the lottery at any time at all; that he has never bothered to do so because it's not normal; that he has decided to set aside his fanatical dedication to living like a normal person so I can have a studio big enough to roller-skate across; that I am being an ingrate. "Clare? Earth to Clare..." "Thank you," I say, too abruptly.
I was kind of a bouncy kid. I used to roller-skate into the sides of cars.
I'm the youngest, too. When you're the youngest of a big family, people are like, "You're the baby, you're spoiled!" The fact of the matter is, when you're the youngest of a big family, by the time you're a teenager, your parents are insane. You're like, "Hey, I'm going roller-skating-" "You're not going roller-skating or you'll end up pregnant like your sister. Why don't you smoke pot and become a lawyer?"
I believed that old people never laughed.
I thought they sighed a lot and groaned. They walked with sticks, and they didn't like children on bicycles or roller skates or with big dogs.
Politics is like roller skating. You go partly where you want to go, and partly where the damn things take you.
They're a typical Hollywood audience.
All the kids are on drugs and all the adults are on roller skates.
Smoking is, as far as I am concerned, the entire point of being an adult.
Many people find smoking objectionable. I myself find many - even more - things objectionable. I do not like aftershave lotion, adults who roller-skate, children who speak French, or anyone who is unduly tan. I do not, however, go around enacting legislation and putting up signs.
She's quite skinny, like me, but nice skinny.
Roller-skate skinny. I watched her once from the window when she was crossing over Fifth Avenue to go to the park, and that's what she is, roller-skate skinny. You'd like her.
A boy told me if he roller-skated fast enough his loneliness couldn't catch up to him, the best reason I ever heard for trying to be a champion. What I wonder tonight pedaling hard down King William Street is if it translates to bicycles. A victory! To leave your loneliness panting behind you on some street corner while you float free into a cloud of sudden azaleas, pink petals that have never felt loneliness, no matter how slowly they fell.