These are the quotations that the most users marked as favorites:
#1: 499 geeks favorited:
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;
Or close the wall up with our English dead.
#2: 481 geeks favorited:
Driving a Porsche in London is like bringing a Ming vase to a football game.
#3: 455 geeks favorited:
Susanna: You use me, you use Raymond, you use everybody.
Charlie: Using Raymond? Hey Raymond, am I using you? Am I using you Raymond?
Charlie: Shut up! He is answering a question from a half hour ago!
#4: 448 geeks favorited:
Cher: Searching for a boy in high school is like searching for meaning in a Pauly Shore movie.
#5: 442 geeks favorited:
#6: 432 geeks favorited:
What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps me in a continual state of inelegance.
#7: 395 geeks favorited:
Xander: Well, not much goes on in a one-Starbucks town like Sunnydale.
#8: 368 geeks favorited:
Ramsey: Short of the outbreak of World War III, the ship sinking, or attack by a giant octupus, I'd like to spend the next thirty minutes undisturbed.
#9: 351 geeks favorited:
Arthur lay in startled stillness on the acceleration couch. He wasn't certain whether he had just got space-sickness or religion.
#10: 339 geeks favorited:
#11: 331 geeks favorited:
And then because of the success of that damn book, suddenly I have to do another book, and another book and another book. I'm not somebody who's set out to be a novelist per se. It just happened to be the clearest success I've had. I didn't want to be trapped into just sitting in a room typing. It's not the life I have envisaged for myself--sitting in a room typing for year after year. I kind of wanted to do something that would be...I'd get to work with a lot people, have a lot of fun, have a lot of meetings, have lots of brainstorming, lots of clever people around. I've also a chance to get a lot of toys. So that's what this was. It was a kind of mid-life crisis project.
#12: 326 geeks favorited:
"Are you telling me," he said, "that you set yourself up to become President of the Galaxy just to steal that ship?"
"That's it," said Zaphod with the sort of grin that would get most people locked away in a room with soft walls.
#13: 323 geeks favorited:
Anyone who confuses the story of a spaceship careening through space with the sinking of a ship in 1912 is probably very, very dumb. Not that I mind selling the game to very, very dumb people. Their money is as good as anyone else's.
#14: 321 geeks favorited:
One of the problems of taking things apart and seeing how they work--supposing you're trying to find out how a cat works--you take that cat apart to see how it works, what you've got in your hands is a non-working cat. The cat wasn't a sort of clunky mechanism that was susceptible to our available tools of analysis.
#15: 320 geeks favorited:
Do not be in a hurry; depend upon it, the right Man will come at last; you will in the course of the next two or three years, meet with somebody more generally unexceptional than anyone you have yet known, who will love you as warmly as ever He did, and who will so completely attach you, that you will feel you never really loved before.
#16: 318 geeks favorited:
People ask me what my favorite character is, to which the answer has usually been, after a long umm and a pause, 'probably Marvin.' It's not something I strongly feel.
#17: 311 geeks favorited:
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#20: 300 geeks favorited:
I should as soon think of swimming across Charles River when I wish to go to Boston, as of reading all my books in originals when I have them rendered for me in my mother tongue.
#21: 300 geeks favorited:
Single women have a dreadful propensity for being poor, which is one very strong argument in favour of matrimony.
#22: 298 geeks favorited:
He hoped and prayed that there wasn't an afterlife. Then he realized there was a contradiction involved here and merely hoped that there wasn't an afterlife.
#23: 294 geeks favorited:
#24: 294 geeks favorited:
I am looking over Self Control again, & my opinion is confirmed of its being an excellently-meant, elegantly-written Work, without anything of Nature or Probability in it.