We all seem to stumble, planning our own demise, Getting the big picture, and making it wallet-sized.— Kendrick Lamar
Proven Wallet quotations
Our culture has filled our heads but emptied our hearts, stuffed our wallets but starved our wonder. It has fed our thirst for facts but not for meaning or mystery. It produces "nice" people, not heroes.
Take the money in your wallet and invest it in your mind.
And in return, your mind will fill up your wallet!
We say here that if you fall down in the United States, the ambulance man must feel for your wallet before he feels for your pulse.
I was walking down fifth avenue today and I found a wallet, and I was gonna keep it, rather than return it, but I thought: well, if I lost a hundred and fifty dollars, how would I feel? And I realized I would want to be taught a lesson.
Whenever you hear the consensus of scientists agrees on something or other, reach for your wallet, because you're being had.
I want a schedule-keeping, waking-up-early, wallet-carrying, picture-hanging man. I don't care if he takes prescription drugs for cholesterol or hair loss.
A lot of companies have chosen to downsize, and maybe that was the right thing for them. We chose a different path. Our belief was that if we kept putting great products in front of customers, they would continue to open their wallets.
Ah, yes, divorce... from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet.
My father carries around the picture of the kid who came with his wallet.
The best way to put more money in people's wallets is to leave it there in the first place.
Giving a politician access to your wallet is like giving a dog access to your refrigerator.
My body, now close to fifty years of age, has become an old tree that bears bitter peaches, a snail which has lost its shell, a bagworm separated from its bag; it drifts with the winds and clouds that know no destination. Morning and night I have eaten traveler's fare, and have held out for alms a pilgrim's wallet.
I have found the most valuable thing in my wallet is my library card.
Cargo pants freak me out. Too many pockets. I always forget where my wallet is.
Where are the dogs going? you people who pay so little attention ask.
They are going about their business. And they are very punctilious, without wallets, notes, and without briefcases.
Someone stole my wallet last week. The guy called me up and he was mad at me. He was like 'you gotta get your finances together. You got no cash, your credit cards are maxed out. You don't even have minutes on your calling card. I had to use my card to call you.'
I remember one time I tried to pity this fool.
He told me his name was Jeff. He was married. He pulled out his wallet and showed me three pictures of his kids; Kelly, Robert, Brittany. Real cute kids. Don't get too close man. It's hard to pity a fool if you get too close.
If God had a refrigerator, your picture would be on it.
If He had a wallet, your photo would be in it. He sends you flowers every spring and a sunrise every morning... Face it, friend. He is crazy about you!
The most valuable thing in my wallet is my library card.
We hear a lot about identity theft when someone takes your wallet and pretends to be you and uses your credit cards. But the more serious identity theft is to get swallowed up in other people's definition of you.
You are not your job, you're not how much money you have in the bank.
You are not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You are not your fucking khakis. You are all singing, all dancing crap of the world.
He that displays too often his wife and his wallet is in danger of having both of them borrowed.
Well, it all began with Democracy. Before we had the vote all the power was in the hands of rich people. If you had money you could get health care, education, look after yourself when you were old, and what democracy did was to give the poor the vote and it moved power from the marketplace to the polling station, from the wallet...to the ballot.
Before you can transform your wallet from poor to rich, you've got to transform your spirit from poor to rich.
It seems to be a law in American life that whatever enriches us anywhere except in the wallet inevitably becomes uneconomic.
I just don't want to die alone, that's all.
That's not too much to ask for, is it It would be nice to have someone care about me, for who I am, not about my wallet.
Anything can happen anytime in markets.
And no advisor, economist, or TV commentator-and definitely not Charlie nor I-can tell you when chaos will occur. Market forecasters will fill your ear but will never fill your wallet.
Every one has his faults: but we do not see the wallet on our own backs.
Divorce is expensive. I used to joke they were going to call it 'all the money,' but they changed it to 'alimony.' It's ripping your heart out through your wallet.
There was a time in L.A. when I drove to 7-Eleven to go grocery shopping, and I locked my keys in my car, which wasn't insured. My wallet was in there, and I couldn't call AAA, because I only had $7 in my bank account. It was one of those moments where I was like, 'O.K., I literally have nothing right now.
Even if you have nothing in your wallet, nothing can keep you from having a great summer. You can listen to crickets sing you to sleep, trace the Big Dipper, breathe in the stars, run through a sprinkler, host a cartwheel contest in the front yard.
One can understand a person by the way he removes his wallet and puts his hand to take out money.
One day, observing a child drinking out of his hands, he cast away the cup from his wallet with the words, "A child has beaten me in plainness of living."