Words matter. These are the best Moan Quotes from famous people such as Ernst Toller, Keith Barry, Steven Crowder, Robert Plant, Roger Taylor, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
We thrust our fingers into our ears to stop its moan; but it was no good; the cry cut like a drill into our heads, dragging minutes into hours, hours into years. We withered and grew old between those cries.
Strive for extraordinary, don’t moan, and sleep when you’re dead.
When men get together, they moan about their wives. The commentary provided on marriage between groups of men is typically one from a viewpoint that assumes marriage to be life’s greatest, most unfun mistake. Not only is it often as disingenuous as Joe Biden’s hairline, but it’s incredibly harmful.
I can’t moan about any of it. I had a great time in the goldfish bowl.
We’ve been fairly eclectic in our time, and we did branch out. Whenever we got a little bit too far out, people started to moan and groan a bit.
I don’t really want to just play the girlfriend or the love interest. I get so many scripts like that, and – not to moan, because I’m really fortunate – but I just look at those scripts, and my heart sinks a little bit because I think there’s so much more to us than that.
All of my friends are my age and we are all ageing at the same time. We talk about it and moan, but it doesn’t bother me.
I think people like to have something to have a moan about.
In Germany, we laugh at it. Mourinho just selects a topic to moan about – transfers, team preparation, a rival coach. But Pep Guardiola wants it all to be about the performance of his team. He’s obsessed by possession, like at Bayern Munich, and will not compromise on that at Manchester City.
Players today moan about the number of games, but when you’re young, you can’t play enough.
Coaches have told me I can help the team much more if I don’t talk, if I don’t moan.
I think basketball harnessed and built my toughness and competitiveness. I grew up in a tough neighborhood, and you were either going to cry and moan about it or get tough.
Love is not the dying moan of a distant violin – it’s the triumphant twang of a bedspring.
I like pubs too, but it’s hard for me to go and get proper bladdered in the way I used to. I don’t want to moan about being recognised but I do get a bit of grief sometimes.
So many people moan about touring and say it’s a chore. I don’t know, they must be living on a different planet.
Differences are scarier now. The dollar isn’t so guaranteed if you don’t follow what they see as the norm. But I don’t moan about it. I just keep working.
Before, if I’d had a stressful day, I’d go to meet my friends in the pub and have a moan. Now I go to yoga.
Spinners are a funny breed. If they’re playing on seaming pitches they moan and if they’re about to play on real ‘Bunsen burners’ they reckon the pressure is on them.
People moan about Twitter, people being rude and trolling. Just turn it off. Life goes on.
It always depresses me when people moan about how commercial Christmas is. I love everything about it. The tradition of having this great big feast, slap bang in the middle of winter, is an essential thing to look forward to at the end of the year.
When you feel the need to moan and groan, laugh with woeful recognition and eat flaky pastries. If you hear yourself taking the art of complaining a little too seriously, ask yourself what you’re trying to accomplish, exactly.
Field hockey is my strongest sport, and if I lose a game, I take a long, hot bath and moan about it.
It’s hard for me to listen to any actors whine or moan about anything acting-related because look at the world. We really have nothing to complain about. Just to be working is a blessing.
I am extremely content in my life – sometimes to the point where I really should find something to moan about!
I can’t stand it when writers moan about what film-makers might do or have done to their books. There’s a very simple answer: don’t take the money.