Best Turn-on Quotes 2021 – WISHES & QUOTES

Best Turn-on Quotes 2021

  • It doesn’t matter how long we may have been stuck in a sense of our limitations. If we go into a darkened room and turn on the light, it doesn’t matter if the room has been dark for a day, a week, or ten thousand years – we turn on the light and it is illuminated. Once we control our capacity for love and happiness, the light has been turned on.

    Sharon Salzberg
  • A great attitude does much more than turn on the lights in our worlds; it seems to magically connect us to all sorts of serendipitous opportunities that were somehow absent before the change.

    Earl Nightingale
  • My advice to people today is as follows: if you take the game of life seriously, if you take your nervous system seriously, if you take your sense organs seriously, if you take the energy process seriously, you must turn on, tune in, and drop out.

    Timothy Leary
  • Turn on, Tune in, Drop out.

    Timothy Leary
  • Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.

    J. K. Rowling
  • Tune in, turn on, and drop out.

    Timothy Leary
  • “My door is always open – bring me your problems.” This is guaranteed to turn on every whiner, lackey and neurotic on the property.

    Robert Six
  • I want a guy who is masculine, good with his hands, and able to build stuff and who has survival skills. Facial hair is a big turn-on… I like a stronger, more physically imposing man – like a lumberjack.

    Chloe Sevigny
  • I’m tactile, very tactile. A woman who has really nice, looked-after skin is such a turn-on for me. It’s always sexy.

    Idris Elba
  • If you are in a spaceship that is traveling at the speed of light, and you turn on the headlights, does anything happen?

    Steven Wright
  • Men are no more immune from emotions than women; we think women are more emotional because the culture lets them give free vent to certain feelings, “feminine” ones, that is, no anger please, but it’s okay to turn on the waterworks.

    Una Stannard
  • Men want a woman whom they can turn on and off like a light switch.

    Ian Fleming
  • We all walk in the dark and each of us must learn to turn on his or her own light.[so we can see the bright side of everything]

    Earl Nightingale
  • If you once turn on your side after the hour at which you ought to rise, it is all over. Bolt up at once.

    Walter Scott
  • Light must come from inside. You cannot ask the darkness to leave; you must turn on the light.

    Sogyal Rinpoche
  • I won’t live in L.A. again, hell no, my friends tell me s**t when they come over I don’t want to hear. I don’t even know who got married and who got pregnant. You turn on the news in L.A. and it is all gossip about people. All the stuff that is going on in the world right now and this gossip is the news?… I love the BBC. I haven’t heard myself mentioned on TV since I have been here. That has been really weird for me, and great.

    Lindsay Lohan
  • I need someone to shut off my brain, and turn on my heart.

    Elizabeth Wurtzel
  • Besides, the sense of safety offered by bottled water is a mirage. It turns out that breathing, not drinking, constitutes our main route of exposure to volatile pollutants in tap water, such as solvents, pesticides, and byproducts of water chlorination. As soon as the toilet is flushed or the faucet turned on-or the bathtub, the shower, the humidifier, the washing machine-these contaminants leave the water and enter the air. A recent study shows that the most efficient way of exposing yourself to chemical contaminants in tap water is to turn on a dishwasher.

    Sandra Steingraber
  • I feel like it’s a dangerous and dark world if ‘Sunny’ becomes mainstream comedy. If you were to turn on CBS at 8 o’clock on Thursday and see an episode of ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,’ I don’t know if I want to live in that world.

    Rob McElhenney
  • I was growing up with a single mom who’d be at work when I came home from school. So I’d just turn on the TV. I grew up watching old Clint Eastwood westerns. I adopted him as one of my male role models.

    Bailey Chase
  • I need someone who is able to hold her own – if a girl is really independent, that’s a turn-on for me.

    Ryan Lochte
  • I think that every show on television has its place. I think Married With Children or, I don’t know, The Nanny… some people want to go home, turn on the TV and be able to iron their clothes or grab a sandwich. Come out and catch a joke and not have to follow the story.

    Peter Krause
  • No one has the answers, but one thing is true. You got to turn on evil, when its coming after you.

    Neil Young
  • I’ll turn on the TV or look at a magazine, and it’s like, ‘Who is this person?’ And you find out they are from ’16 and Pregnant,’ and I’m like, ‘Really? They’re celebrities now?’ You read about them on the news having fights and breakups, and I think, ‘Well, of course.

    Josh Hopkins
  • You don’t just turn on a camera and do a cooking show. If you want to go somewhere with something, you’ve got to make it look like what it’s supposed to look like five years from now.

    Nadia Giosia
  • Stuff up the cracks, turn on the gas, I’m gonna take my life.

    Frank Zappa
  • I don’t know where life’s going, but soon it will be gone. I hope the wind that’s blowing helps me carry on. Turn on the radio, baby listen to my song. Turn on the night light baby, I’m gone.

    Marc Cohn
  • …the mass media. What are they? They’re huge corporations, massive corporations, linked up with even bigger corporations. They sell audiences to other businesses, namely advertisers. So when you turn on the television set, CBS doesn’t make any money. They make money from the advertisers. You’re the product that they’re selling, and the same is true of the daily newspaper. They’re huge corporations, selling audiences, potential consumers, to other businesses, all linked up closely to the government, especially the big media. What picture of the world do you expect them to present?

    Noam Chomsky
  • I liked back in the sixties where you’d turn on the radio and go ‘Oh that’s Hendrix, that’s Creedence Clearwater, that’s The Doors, there’s The Grass Roots, The Monkees, there’s Big Brother.’ You could just instantly hear it and tell. But in the eighties and nineties there’s no way you could do that.

    Creed Bratton
  • The study of how substances alter gene expression is part of the field of epigenetics. Some chemical exposures appear to turn on and turn off genes in ways that disregulate cell growth and predispose for cancer. From this perspective, our genes are less the command-and-control masters of our cells and more like the keys of piano, with the environment as the hands of the pianist.

    Sandra Steingraber
  • Depressions, local and larger strikes, boom times, wars, repressions, all impact a life as do epidemics such as AIDS and pollution that may take years off a person’s life. We all, whether we like it or not and whether we acknowledge it or not, are impacted by the racial attitudes we carry within us, and experience in some form every time we turn on the television, the radio, go to a movie, read a magazine or a newspaper, or walk down the street.

    Marge Piercy
  • There is nothing to fear except the persistent refusal to find out the truth, the persistent refusal to analyze the causes of happenings…Fear [False Evidence Appearing Real] grows in darkness; if you think there’s a bogeyman around, turn on the light.

    Dorothy Thompson
  • Every day I turn on my television set and I see Newt Gingrich on television, I rejoice.

    Martin Frost
  • I was in a job interview and I opened a book and started reading. Then I said to the guy ‘Let me ask you a question. If you are in a spaceship that is traveling at the speed of light, and you turn on the headlights, does anything happen?’ He said ‘I don’t know’. I said ‘I don’t want your job’.

    Steven Wright
  • I could turn on my radio in the morning when I was getting dressed for school and hear Frank Sinatra and Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman and think this is the music. Now that music is art. Ellington is art. At that time it was just what you heard on the radio. Cole Porter was just a guy who wrote pretty songs and Billie Holliday would sing them.

    Woody Allen
  • As a child of the 1970s, I couldn’t hold a narrative in my head; I was lucky if I could hold a joke in my head, because every time you turn on television or radio, it wipes the slate clean – at least in my case. After I gave up television, I found I could carry longer and longer stories or ideas in my head and put them together until I was carrying an entire short story. That’s pretty much when I started writing.

    Chuck Palahniuk
  • I myself grew up when radio was very important. I’d come home from school and turn on the radio. There were funny comedians and wonderful music, and there were plays. I used to pass time with radio.

    Kurt Vonnegut
  • I had to adjust to living in a Third World country, which means that things people in the U.S. take for granted-like hot running water whenever you turn on the tap-are not always available.

    Assata Shakur
  • We sit at our consoles and play “Gears of War”, but we don’t see images from war. We don’t turn on the news and see the evidence of war, the result of war. Maybe twice a year, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, we’ll go out, we’ll hang our flags, we’ll try to inculcate in our children some sense of national honor for the fallen. But really, we don’t see it. We just don’t see the pictures. There’s no drive-by on the freeway of death up close. So we don’t really see bravery.

    Jamie Lee Curtis
  • You have to be careful with fans, they’ll turn on you. They turn quick. Twitter can go dark fast. If you talk about something serious on Twitter, you better be ready. If you try to pull out real facts or talk about political opinions or something religious, forget it. Like if people asked me who I was voting for, you couldn’t touch that one.

    Bruce Campbell
  • Certain kinds of things that the novel used to do, which was, “Oh, I’m living out here in West Nowhere, Nebraska and I’m curious how the upper class in New York City lives, I guess I’ll read a novel about it.” We don’t have to do that now. You just turn on the TV. Turn on Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous. You can get that information anywhere. Novels don’t have to do that anymore.

    Jonathan Franzen
  • I look in the eyes and I see the heart. As long as it’s a human story. I would like to turn on my television and see African American, Hispanic, Asian as well as Caucasian. And I think there are probably more people like me.

    Angela Bassett
  • I never turn on the crowd. Sometimes, you think it’s a terrible show, and then afterward, sometimes people say they really liked it. So turning on the crowd is only going to alienate the few people who might like it.

    John Mulaney
  • If you think there’s a bogeyman –
    turn on the light.

    Dorothy Thompson
  • When I turn on the TV in Russia I see a general calmly claiming that our missiles are ahead of the latest American models by three five-year plans. It’s a nightmare. We are creating a concept of the enemy, just as they did in the Soviet era. This is a giant step backward.

    Vladimir Sorokin
  • I have a very primitive sense that if I just turn on a radio or the television, that somebody’s playing that stuff for me.

    Marc Maron
  • Parents don’t get that, though. They don’t understand about the fragility of teen friendships. They don’t understand how easy it is for things to break apart, how someone you thought would be by your side forever can just disappear, or turn on you, or decide she likes someone more than she likes you. Parents always talk about romantic relationships being so ephemeral and fleeting in high school. What they don’t get is that friendships can be the same way.

    Lauren Barnholdt
  • Every now and then, I might listen to music, but I try not to listen to it too much because when you turn on the radio and hear the same song over and over again. You won’t appreciate it as much; it won’t be as fresh.

  • History doesn’t turn on a dime; it turns on a plugged nickel.

    Jeff Greenfield
  • If you are in a dark room, don’t beat at the darkness with a stick, but rather try to turn on the light

    Paramahansa Yogananda

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