Best Quotes About Misanthropic

Similarly, only people as misanthropic as myself can be counted on not to have to lie to others, since we have the unique luxury of not caring what sort of opinions others formulate about us. -Boyd Rice

I have a grim outlook on the world, and in particular on humanity. Spent years denying it, but I am very misanthropic. And I live alone on a mountain for a reason. -Caleb Carr

The most entertaining songs don't always come from a nice place. In songs where I think I'm being really sensitive, they seem quite boring actually. I've found that the songs that come out of nastier, more misanthropic places are better. -Jarvis Cocker

I don't know whether I'm misanthropic. It seems to me I'm constantly disappointed. I'm very easily disappointed. Disappointed in the things that people do; disappointed in the things that people construct. I want things to be better all the time. -Bill Bryson

The 'Rescue Me' gig was a unique opportunity to play a character – a misanthropic, angry guy – who was so contrary to how people think of me. -Michael J. Fox

I don't know whether I'm misanthropic. It seems to me I'm constantly disappointed. I'm very easily disappointed. -Bill Bryson

Yes, I'm reckless and sometime express no concern for my own well being, and I express a misanthropic view of the world, but to have an opinion, you can't be a nihilist. -Marilyn Manson

For the uninitiated, 'Calvin and Hobbes' is a daily comic strip detailing the antics of an unruly six-year-old and his misanthropic stuffed tiger. The boy, whose vocabulary is packed with more 10-dollar words than a GRE flashcard set, is named after John Calvin, the Reformation-era theologian who preached the doctrine of predestination. -Anthony Marra

O, you men who think or say that I am malevolent, stubborn or misanthropic, how greatly do you wrong me. You do not know the secret cause which makes me seem that way to you, and I would have ended my life – it was only my art that held me back. Ah, it seemed impossible to leave the world until I had brought forth all that I felt was within me. -Ludwig van Beethoven

When the calamity we feared is already arrived, or when the expectation of it is so certain as to shut out hope, there seems to be a principle within us by which we look with misanthropic composure on the state to which we are reduced, and the heart sullenly contracts and accommodates itself to what it most abhorred. -William Godwin

I find myself bitter, defensive, and more misanthropic than I care to admit. -Alec Baldwin

The challenge in writing a show that's about people and their flaws is that it can easily tip over – okay, I'll sometimes watch something, and there will be characters that are written in a way that I'll know that the writer just hates human beings. They're expressing this misanthropic point of view with these detestable characters. -Paul Rust

If you don't have an outlet, you become a criminal – or misanthropic. -Ryan Adams

I shouldn't still be working out how to be misanthropic singleton comic when I'm 60. I should have moved on by then. -Jon Richardson

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