Best 46 of Funny graduation quotes - MyQuotes
I was a Democrat before I was a Republican before I became an independent and I never changed my principles.
Remember that there's no one way of doing things. ... If you just get a hammer and hit it really hard, whatever it is, I guarantee you it'll open.
When you work for other people you'll find ... that they do know what's best for them, and for the company. And you should listen to them and be respectful, but they don't know what's best for you.
As you set off into the world, don't be afraid to question your leaders. But don't ask too many questions at one time or that are too hard because your leaders get tired and/or cranky.
In this time of recession, it is the time for invention. Did you know both the telephone and the automobile were invented during recessions? So was 'talking dirty.'
Pay off your student loan. Even if you don't have a job...Because when you finally get a job you're going to be one of us.
I can tell you how bad our boards are... I don't have to watch Saturday Night Live anymore; I just go to the board meetings.
When I was here there was still a requirement that students had to swim 50 yards to graduate...because Harry Elkins Widener had drowned with the sinking of the Titanic. And it made me very grateful at the time that he had not gone down in a plane crash.
In 1986, our commencement speaker was George Schultz, secretary of state, fourth in line to the president. You get me-basic cable's second most popular fake newsman. At this rate, the class of 2021 will be addressed by a zoo parrot in a mortar-board that has been trained to say "congratulations.
Try putting your iPhones down every once in a while and look at people's faces.
Become goddesses of disobedience.
Now I usually try not to give advice. Information, yes, advice, no. But, what has worked for me may not work for you. Well, take for instance what has worked for me. Wigs. Tight clothes. Push up bras.
... I could have said something profound, but you would have forgotten it in 15 minutes - which is the afterlife of a graduation speech.
Whoever invented spray cheese had to have been a Harvard guy.
Learn to trust yourself. That's very vital. ... Just stand with yourself. Remember, in his lifetime, Van Gogh sold only two paintings. I personally sold even fewer.
I wish that someone had said to me that it's normal to feel lost for a little while.
I too turned to Webster's Dictionary and it defined Harvard University as a season for gathering crops.
Just remember, you can't climb the ladder of success with your hands in your pockets.
It's hard not to be afraid. Be less afraid.
I graduated in 1989, and I'd focused almost entirely on the Soviet Union and communism ... so when the Berlin wall fell, I was, well, I was screwed.
I've observed a few things about the few really great people I've had a chance to meet and cover...They need to be around people. You and I require sleep. They require people.
When I made coffee and Xeroxed and distributed newspapers at ABC News, I thought my life was over.