Top 60 Reckon Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Reckon Quotes from famous people such as Ben Whishaw, David Linley, Aeschylus, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, John Landgraf, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

I reckon domesticated cats have a pretty good life.

I reckon domesticated cats have a pretty good life.
Ben Whishaw
I reckon if you stick to the same thing every day for lunch when you are traveling, you know where you are. And it is one less decision to make.
David Linley
Self-will in the man who does not reckon wisely is by itself the weakest of all things.
I reckon we work better in front of big crowds.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock
You can’t be in a certain business and not sell to Amazon or not sell to Wal-Mart. You have to reckon with them, because even though there are other buyers, they’re the only buyers that matter.
John Landgraf
If the human condition were the periodic table, maybe love would be hydrogen at No. 1. Death would be helium at No. 2. Power, I reckon, would be where oxygen is.
David Mitchell
I want to be part of a dynasty. I think it would be pretty cool to be known as the team to reckon with.
Brittney Griner
If the enemy could only know that Marcus Garvey is but a John the Baptist in the wilderness, that a greater and more dangerous Marcus Garvey is yet to appear, the Garvey with whom you will have to reckon for the injustice of the present generation.
Marcus Garvey
In philosophy, you have to reckon with the implicit level of an accumulated reserve, and thus with a very great number of relays, with the shared responsibility of these relays.
Jacques Derrida
If you find great difficulty in trying to reckon with the future or even the present, I think it’s intuitive to start that process by reckoning with the past.
James Spader
I’m going to say yes, I reckon we’ll have the first BME (black or minority ethnicity) prime minister.
James Cleverly
By the time I was 16, I was someone to reckon with. I was so eager to repudiate any connection with any immigrant race, I would go above and beyond. I was desperate to belong to something. That was my drive as a teenager.
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
You have to make the effort with children. You can’t have them thinking that I reckon I’m special, otherwise they’ll start thinking they’re special. I want them to feel normal for as long as possible because God knows they’ll reach an age when they’ll be told they’re not.
Noel Gallagher
Eloise is obsessed with Lady Whistledown, and she is a worthy opponent to try and find her. But, I reckon, more than half of the obsession is the fact that for her, Lady Whistledown is an expression of the potential for freedom that Eloise talks about so avidly.
Claudia Jessie
I reckon I probably worked for Euripides a long time ago. I do think we have many Earth walks and it’s possible that he’s an old friend. Does that sound too stupid for words? Quite frankly I think I’ve been an actor in so many lifetimes.
Joyce DeWitt
One might almost reckon mathematically that, having undergone the double composition of public opinion and of the author, their history reaches us at third hand and is thus separated by two stages from the original fact.
Alfred de Vigny
President Reagan preached ‘trickle down economics’ but naively did not reckon on the fact that the wealthy would only care about getting more for themselves instead of caring about helping those with less.
Mark Goulston
I would like to sound like James Mason. I reckon if I’d had a better voice I could have been prime minister. It is the most irritating voice in public life.
Ken Livingstone
It’s hard, but what’s the point of having children unless you’re there to raise them, I reckon.
Essie Davis
Sandalwood is a force to reckon with. People from all over are investing time and money here because the films have good reach and reap good rewards as well.
Abhimanyu Singh
It’s just like music when you reckon it up. It’s like listening to Pavement it’s just The Fall in 1985, isn’t it? They haven’t got an original idea in their heads.
Mark E. Smith
We’re in a world that celebrates things: success, beauty, money. And I reckon that’s really about 4 per cent of the world. The rest of us are just getting on with it.
Imelda Staunton
I’ve got my feet firmly on the ground, I can’t see life changing too much. I reckon more girls will talk to me at college and more people will look at me, but they know me for who I am.
Gareth Gates
Obviously, my name is known now, but I don’t think people generally tend to recognize authors very much. People like J. K. Rowling maybe, Gillian Flynn might be recognized, but I reckon she could walk by me on the street, and I wouldn’t know who she was.
Paula Hawkins
When you connect as many memories to your geography as I have, and then you see that geography change around you, you’re forced to reckon with the passage of time.
Ben Gibbard
The past is never the past. It is always present. And you better reckon with it in your life and in your daily experience, or it will get you. It will get you really bad.
Bruce Springsteen
I reckon you have to put a presence in front of your opponent – a bit of confidence and attitude – and then you can change what their next move may be.
Nick Cummins
We would naturally prefer not to reckon with the worst of what people do or say on the margins, but we have to. Especially if it seems possible to trace a line from vicious rhetoric on a computer screen to violent action.
Charlie Sykes
I reckon every player feels much the same on the eve of a Six Nations championship. We all want to finish top, win the title and do our respective countries proud in the process. We’re also aware a lot of other people are seeking precisely the same thing. Pessimism and optimism collide like two ferrets in a sack.
James Haskell
If I’m judged against my peers, rather than anyone else we could both think of, then I reckon I deserve to make records.
Jakob Dylan
Film wise, I invariably look at my work and reckon I could have done it better. I’m also conscious that I’m in a profession where we get more praise than we should compared to the usefulness of what we do.
Jeremy Irons
I'd probably do I'm a Celeb' but I just reckon that I w

I’d probably do I’m a Celeb’ but I just reckon that I wouldn’t be very good at it because I’m terrified of everything.
Maura Higgins
Personally, I’d like as many children as I can pop out, I reckon.
Emilia Clarke
Labour has a complex history with racism and internationalism. Political education about antisemitism and all forms of racism can help us reckon with that history, and ensure a socialist politics based on real equality becomes the common sense across the party.
Clive Lewis
I have six brothers, and in the past I’ve done quite a few girlie films, like ‘Wild Child’ and ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’ – so when they’ve been to those, they’ve been incredibly embarrassed. They won’t be embarrassed going to see ‘Black Death’ – I reckon they’re going to love it.
Kimberley Nixon
When I’ve been on shows as a guest, I’m backstage, so I don’t usually hear what the warm-up is saying, so I went and watched a couple of people do it and thought, ‘Actually, I reckon this is do-able.’ The audience is usually excited to be there; it’s just getting a good chat with people.
Ellie Taylor
I came into the film industry when I was 35 years old; I reckon it’s a bit late to start with that.
Atul Kulkarni
One of the things I did well as a young kid was to link well with the rest of the team, so I reckon it’s something which is natural for me.
David Silva
I reckon this could mean another 10 million at the box office.
Blake Edwards
I feel I am a little bit older. Reckon I will start growing a beard next week.
Niall Horan
I reckon I closed down at least two films companies, one of which was in Ealing in the mid 1950s.
Nigel Kneale
I can feel middle age approaching, but I reckon the trick is to ignore all the signs. I’m lucky in that I’ve always looked half the age I am. So the way I see it is that I’m still in my twenties!
Marc Warren
I was hedging my bets with university. I always wanted to do music, it was just about waiting for the point when I could confidently say ‘okay, I reckon there’s enough momentum behind this thing to sustain myself.’
Mura Masa
I reckon there could be an entire ‘It’ll Be Alright On The Night’ programme dedicated to me on ‘The Chase.’
Bradley Walsh
People finally understood that the role of the social-democratic party rests on its conscious leadership of the mass struggle against the existing society, a struggle that must reckon with the vital, necessary conditions of capitalist society.
Rosa Luxemburg
If I’ve got an event coming up, I might buy myself a new suit. I prefer wearing suits to dresses – I reckon I’ve got about 15.
Nicola Adams
I reckon I’ve done my bit. I want to enjoy myself a bit now, with less responsibility, less frantic rushing about, less preparation, less trying to think of something to say.
Prince Philip
I would say as a journalist, I would envision travelling to other countries that have had to reckon with their past and see how they’ve done it: what worked, what didn’t work, finding characters that would tell the story of how that process was done.
Ta-Nehisi Coates
I’m a man of the people, a man for all people. I reckon that’s why I won ‘Celebrity Big Brother.’ People saw the real me, a decent bloke.
There is no dearth of talent in India, and it is going to be the force to reckon with in world wrestling in future.
The Great Khali
I reckon I had 30 Spider-Man costumes over the years since I was a little baby. I had Spider-Man bed sheets.
Tom Holland
I reckon, if I was a girl, I’d fancy Johnny Depp – he’s pretty cool. I wish I looked like Johnny Depp.
Lee Ryan
When it comes to strength, I reckon pound for pound I’m one of the strongest in the whole UFC.
Alexander Volkanovski
Trauma and pain and suffering can be the very thing that dislodges a person from themselves both in awful ways and larger ways that force one to reckon with one’s own life.
Scott Derrickson
The problem is that television executives have got it into their heads that if one presenter on a show is a blonde-haired, blue-eyed heterosexual boy, the other must be a either black gay or a lesbian. Chalk and cheese, they reckon, works.
Jeremy Clarkson