Best 44 of Ruined quotes - MyQuotes
She's been conned, ruined, left for dead, and she's not going to forgive any of it. She will soldier on, if only out of spite.
MTV has severely compromised surrealism, perhaps ruined it forever.
Jesus ruined every funeral he attended including his own.
If you decide to do Hamlet in a funny hat staged in a ruined factory, it doesn't make you Shakespeare.
I'm all sentimental. I've probably been ruined by romantic movies, but I really do believe in love. I've experienced it, I've had it, so I know it's real.
He didn't like to see either of the women in his family disappointed; it ruined perfectly good meals.
The tragedy of all of this is that it happened to me and it shouldn't have happened. It ruined my life and my career. That's the tragedy of this.
The finest plans are always ruined by the littleness of those who ought to carry them out, for emperor himself can actually be nothing.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
A wild rose roofs the ruined shed, And that and summer well agree.
She had inhibited her sympathy, one genuine sympathetic impulse would have ruined her.
Success has ruined many a man.
I have a best friend that has been in a relationship for five years, they just broke up and now she is dating one of his best friends and [it] ruined everything. I have dated best friends.
God Almighty, your ruined, and you didn't even eat the gingerbread.
Being the object of Alfred Hitchcock's obsession was horrific, but while he ruined my career, he could never ruin my life.
You fueled my obession, even encouraged it and your selfishness ruined my life
This is Electra. Brilliant no more.
And the gold of her ruined wedding dress.
The only thing that counts is if you know how to prepare your ingredients. Even if with the best and freshest ingredients in the world, if your dish is tasteless or burnt, it's ruined.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
What else remains for me? Youth, hope and love; To build a new life on a ruined life.
Sometimes you like to keep stuff bottled up, but that is not the best policy.
No nation has ever been ruined by trade.
Do you know what Margaret Thatcher did in her first Budget? Introduced VAT on yachts! It somewhat ruined my retirement.
I am undone! I have smashed the waggon. [I have ruined all.]
Betray a friend, and you'll often find you have ruined yourself.
I'm ruined beyond repair, is what I fear...And if so, in time we'd both be wretched and bitter." "I know people can be mended. Not all, and some more immediately than others. But some can be. I don't see why not you." "Why not me?
My life is being ruined by the internet!
My new favorite title is How Jane Austen Ruined My Life. I don't have the courage to read it, though. I'm afraid to discover she's ruined mine as well.
Those who live simply are often pure, while those who live luxuriously may be slavish and servile. It seems that the will is clarified by plainness, while conduct is ruined by indulgence.
For me, nothing can ever be well again.
Don't ruin the present with the ruined past.
All that Swinging Sixties. It didn’t do anyone any good, did it? Easy sex and the Pill. Marriages were ruined. I never did approve. I never really enjoyed the sex.
There are daisies In the ruined garden, still blooming strangely
Building with Its Face Blown Off How suddenly the private is revealed in a bombed-out city, how the blue and white striped wallpaper of a second story bedroom is now exposed to the lightly falling snow as if the room had answered the explosion wearing only its striped pajamas. Some neighbors and soldiers poke around in the rubble below and stare up at the hanging staircase, the portrait of a grandfather, a door dangling from a single hinge. And the bathroom looks almost embarrassed by its uncovered ochre walls, the twisted mess of its plumbing, the sink sinking to its knees, the ripped shower curtain, the torn goldfish trailing bubbles. It's like a dollhouse view as if a child on its knees could reach in and pick up the bureau, straighten a picture. Or it might be a room on a stage in a play with no characters, no dialogue or audience, no beginning, middle, and end– just the broken furniture in the street, a shoe among the cinder blocks, a light snow still falling on a distant steeple, and people crossing a bridge that still stands. And beyong that–crows in a tree, the statue of a leader on a horse, and clouds that look like smoke, and even farther on, in another country on a blanket under a shade tree, a man pouring wine into two glasses and a woman sliding out the wooden pegs of a wicker hamper filled with bread, cheese, and several kinds of olives.
The people of England are never so happy as when you tell them they are ruined.
Some people are ruined forever for any other hands.
Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or killed by their courage.
Obamacare ruined and destroyed or set in motion the ruination and destruction of the American health care system.
None are ruined by the justice of God but those that hate to be reformed by the grace of God.
Unless you remove the weeds, a good crop will be ruined.
Singularity in the right hath ruined many; happy those who are convinced of the general opinion.
That experience [in Hail, Caesar! ] ruined me for all future experiences, because the Coen brothers are the best. They're arguably the greatest of all time, if there is such a thing.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The author of Biographia Literaria was already a ruined man. Sometimes, however, to be a "ruined man" is itself a vocation.
Better to be despised for too anxious apprehensions than ruined by too confident a security.
Today I seen a dove collide into the sunset, on the way to heaven and a ruined raven chewing on death, over the pavement.