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Conundrum quotes by Kim Swift
#1. 'Quantum Conundrum' is a direct reflection, not just of me, but of our entire team. It has a little bit of all of our personalities in it. #Quote by Kim Swift
Conundrum quotes by David Richo
#2. I must admit, however, that this is mostly a book of guesses - as any book on love must be. My guess is that loving is what we are here for, that love is what every one of us deserves to receive and is here to give, that love alone makes this earth the heaven it was meant to be. The guess turns into a conundrum when we realize that so many of us prefer the signs that point to heaven over heaven itself. We yearn for and talk about the love we want. We lament the love we have been deprived of. Yet we sometimes fail to take the steps that can help it happen for us.
The puzzle becomes even more confounding when we sometimes prefer the hell of no love at all, which we bring on by our own unskillful choices or by our endurance of abuse or betrayal, especially from those who say they love us. This book proposes that love is real when we dare to become as loving as we can be toward ourselves and others and as careful as we can be not to confuse a history with someone or a connection that does not work for us with true love. #Quote by David Richo
Conundrum quotes by Steve Perry
#3. He had never found a companion he could consider his equal, and if he ever did, well, how would he be able to trust someone that adept? An interesting conundrum. #Quote by Steve Perry
Conundrum quotes by Yogi Berra
#4. It is a disturbing conundrum that true free will cannot exist without the possibility of suicide. Then again, it ain't over 'til it's over! #Quote by Yogi Berra
Conundrum quotes by Valerie Miner
#5. Competition is a moral problem and an emotional tangle and a political conundrum. #Quote by Valerie Miner
Conundrum quotes by Brian Doyle
#6. I am a puzzle and a conundrum and a thunderstorm. #Quote by Brian Doyle
Conundrum quotes by Rand Paul
#7. I think it's a conundrum. If we have no laws on this, people take it to one extension further, does it have to be humans, you know? #Quote by Rand Paul
Conundrum quotes by Terry Pratchett
#8. Is that all, sir? Only we've got stuff to finish before our knocking-off time, you see, and if we stay late we have to make more money to pay our overtime, and if the lads is a bit tired we ends up earning the money faster'n we can make it, which leads to a bit of what I can only call a conundrum - "
"You mean that if you do overtime you have to do more overtime to pay for it?" said Moist, still pondering how illogical logical thinking can be if a big enough committee is doing it.
"That's right, sir," said Shady. "And down that road madness lies."
"It's a very short road," said Moist, nodding. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Conundrum quotes by Tiffany Reisz
#9. Why does it always have to hurt so much?" Kingsley asked.



Nora smiled. "God's a sadist. That's why."

"You think so?"

"Oh, I know so," Nora said. "I'm a writer. I do what God does in miniature every time I write a book. I create worlds and people out of nothing - ex nihilo - and I torture the fuck out of them for four hundred pages."

"Because you're a sadist?"

"Partly that. Plus...if I didn't torture them it would be a real fucking short book. And trust me on this, King, there is no money in short stories."

Kingsley laughed and buried his head into her lap again, seeking her comfort and safety and the shelter of someone stronger.

"You've solved the oldest theological conundrum of all time," Kingsley said. "Why does God allow suffering? Because there's no money in short stories."

"I'll tell you one more little secret about being a god. Even though I torture them for four hundred pages, it hurts me to do it."

"They aren't real. Why does it hurt?"

"I created them. They're mine. I love them. God loves us, too, even when He hurts us. Especially when He hurts us, I imagine. #Quote by Tiffany Reisz
Conundrum quotes by Robert Reed
#10. 2001: A Space Odyssey was a wonderful conundrum when I was a boy, with its giant concepts thrown across the giant screen at Indian Hills Theater. That movie woke me up in ways that I hadn't imagined, and I went searching for book versions of the same drug. #Quote by Robert Reed
Conundrum quotes by Leslie Meier
#11. It was the eternal conundrum. Time passed too slowly, and then it was over too quickly. Hurry up and die. #Quote by Leslie Meier
Conundrum quotes by William J. Clinton
#12. These dilemmas present perhaps the most enduring conundrum of human history: can people derive their identity primarily by positive association or does life's meaning also require negative comparison to others? #Quote by William J. Clinton
Conundrum quotes by Anna Quindlen
#13. Whether talking about addiction, taxation [on cigarettes] or education [about smoking], there is always at the center of the conversation an essential conundrum: How come we're selling this deadly stuff anyway? #Quote by Anna Quindlen
Conundrum quotes by Karen Quan
#14. Life is great, and without it, you'd be dead. #Quote by Karen Quan
Conundrum quotes by Helena Duggan
#15. My brothers made everyone in Perfect blind and now they're all to blind to see how blind they are. It really is a conundrum. #Quote by Helena Duggan
Conundrum quotes by Quentin Crisp
#16. The ... problem that confronts homosexuals is that they set out to win the love of a "real" man. If they succeed, they fail. A man who "goes with" other men is not what they would call a real man. The conundrum is incapable of resolution, but that does not make homosexuals give it up. #Quote by Quentin Crisp
Conundrum quotes by Michael Makai
#17. She can be a riddle, wrapped in an enigma, inside a conundrum, rolled in a frito burrito. In other words, a total freaking mystery to anyone who isn't gifted with mind-reading abilities. #Quote by Michael Makai
Conundrum quotes by Regina Jennings
#18. Then I'm going to pray that God sends a conundrum your way that you must solve and that you can only solve with His help."
Miranda straightened. "That's not very chivalrous."
His eyes were kind but firm. "I admire the woman I've come to know here, and while I can't promise I'll ever see her again, I refuse to let her disappear off the face of the earth. You have to keep her alive. #Quote by Regina Jennings
Conundrum quotes by Shannon L. Alder
#19. Sonnet I
If thee must say that I am not who I am,
That I am not real or true,
Then thou must say you are not as well,
For we either walk in fairytales and dance to our dreams,
Or we die trying to capture a miracle between the ordinary moments,
We rejoice in the gratitude for our needs met,
But we pray for the staircases and open doors to our desires,
We redefine our gratitude with another day,
Another dance of praise to Thee for undoing are mistakes of unneeded wants and needs we want, but not met. #Quote by Shannon L. Alder
Conundrum quotes by Ian McEwan
#20. Her forehead, so high and oval, reminded him of how Shakespeare was supposed to look. He was not certain how to put this to her. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Conundrum quotes by Miriam Toews
#21. Our dreams are little stories or puzzles that we must solve to be free, Sebastian said. He was reading out loud from Wilson's notebook. My dream is me offering me a solution to the conundrum of my life. My dream is me offering me something that I need and my responsibility to myself is to try to understand what it means. Our dreams are a thin curtain between survival and extinction. #Quote by Miriam Toews
Conundrum quotes by Berkeley Breathed
#22. That's the conundrum of cartoon stripping, as opposed to political cartoons. When your anger is the driving force of your drawing hand, failure follows. The anger is OK, but it has to serve the interests of the heart, frankly. #Quote by Berkeley Breathed
Conundrum quotes by Jeffrey Hollender
#23. I think that today, more so than ever, corporate responsibility is the best strategic as well as financial path that most businesses can follow. For most businesses there are both compelling reasons to be responsible and compelling statistics that validate that responsible businesses do better according to traditional financial metrics. Of course, how you define "responsible" is somewhat of a conundrum. #Quote by Jeffrey Hollender
Conundrum quotes by Scott Lynch
#24. So that makes us robbers of robbers," said Bug, "who pretend to be robbers working for a robber of other robbers. #Quote by Scott Lynch
Conundrum quotes by Robert Buettner
#25. Planetologist call it the conundrum of unforeseen ecological consequence. I call it the whack-a-mole rule of human meddling. She clasped both hands like a child hammering. WHACK! We change something here. Oops, that makes another problem pop up there where we didn't expect it. WHACK! So, we whack that mole. Oops! We're so smart that we're a menace. #Quote by Robert Buettner
Conundrum quotes by Justin Somper
#26. She remembered Grace telling her about Lorcan's evasiveness when she'd first joined the Noctourne-his ability to speak without saying anything, to talk in riddles.
He's a conundrum, thought Cheng Li. A walking, talking conundrum #Quote by Justin Somper
Conundrum quotes by Marilyn Suzanne Miller
#27. You may wonder: how do I overcome the common 'Cute/Insane Conundrum,' as it occurs in men ... Yes, it's a fact - any man who seems cute, fabulous, and incredible to you will, of course, turn out to be insane. #Quote by Marilyn Suzanne Miller
Conundrum quotes by Krista Tippett
#28. The conundrum of the twenty-first (century) is that with the best intentions of color blindness, and laws passed in this spirit, we still carry instincts and reactions inherited from our environments and embedded in our being below the level of conscious decision. There is a color line in our heads, and while we could see its effects we couldn't name it until now. But john powell is also steeped in a new science of "implicit bias," which gives us a way, finally, even to address this head on. It reveals a challenge that is human in nature, though it can be supported and hastened by policies to create new experiences, which over time create new instincts and lay chemical and physical pathways. This is a helpfully unromantic way to think about what we mean when we aspire, longingly, to a lasting change of heart. And john powell and others are bringing training methodologies based on the new science to city governments and police forces and schools. What we're finding now in the last 30 years is that much of the work, in terms of our cognitive and emotional response to the world, happens at the unconscious level. #Quote by Krista Tippett
Conundrum quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#29. Conundrum: A fun word to repeat over and over again when no one's listening. Actual meaning is as puzzling as the need to chant the word. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Conundrum quotes by Vonnie Davis
#30. You always were the hot head. You got a temper in you that can't be tamed, yet you also got a soft spot for stray dogs, kids in trouble and damsels in distress. See why folks label you a complex conundrum. #Quote by Vonnie Davis
Conundrum quotes by Flann O'Brien
#31. It is nearly an insoluble pancake, a conundrum of inscrutable potentialities, a snorter. #Quote by Flann O'Brien
Conundrum quotes by William Shatner
#32. The conundrum of free will and destiny has always kept me dangling. #Quote by William Shatner
Conundrum quotes by James   Cox
#33. If we need food, we walk."
"Through … through
the forest?" Gaston visibly shivered.
"You fear it?"
"After my ordeal - "
Gaston lifted his chin. "Yes."
It was brave of
him to admit that. "Don't worry, Gaston, the wolves respect me. I'll keep you
"Or let me die,"
Gaston mumbled.
"So, you're
convinced I'm going to try to kill you and I'm convinced you're trying to do
the same to me." It was a crazy, interesting conundrum they found
themselves #Quote by James Cox
Conundrum quotes by Roxanne Snopek
#34. The great conundrum: sex makes men feel loved; communication makes women feel loved. #Quote by Roxanne Snopek
Conundrum quotes by Michael Tilson Thomas
#35. A conundrum of music is that music brings people together, yet to become a skilled musician involves a certain amount of lonely time in which you're just figuring it out, practicing. #Quote by Michael Tilson Thomas
Conundrum quotes by Krista Tippett
#36. I was thinking about the act of asking real questions in poems as a kind of spiritual practice. I ask questions relatively often in poems and I ask them because I don't know the answer. And I ask them because I think that poems are fantastic spaces with which to arrive at real conundrum-y kinds of questions, to go as far down the road as you can of understanding something and then sometimes that road ends with a real question. So #Quote by Krista Tippett
Conundrum quotes by Brandon Sanderson
#37. You are offered proof only once you believe, but if you believe, you can find proof in anything. It is a logical conundrum. #Quote by Brandon Sanderson
Conundrum quotes by James A. Owen
#38. I'm a conundrum. Or an enigma. I forget which. #Quote by James A. Owen
Conundrum quotes by Robert Arthur
#39. The question mark," Jupiter said impressively, "is the universal symbol of something unknown. We are prepared to solve any puzzle, riddle, mystery, enigma or conundrum which may be brought to us. Hence the question mark will be our trade-mark. Three question marks will stand for The Three Investigators. #Quote by Robert Arthur
Conundrum quotes by Brianna Wiest
#40. Happiness, if you think about it, is the biggest conundrum we face. The pursuit of it is why we do basically everything that we do, and yet, none of that effort is necessary: it's the simplest choice of changing our state of mind. #Quote by Brianna Wiest
Conundrum quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#41. I got a fancy reputation. During high school, every puzzle that was known to man must have come to me. Every damn, crazy conundrum that people had invented, I knew. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Conundrum quotes by Kim Swift
#42. I think if a person plays 'Quantum Conundrum' and they walk away feeling really intelligent and skilled, that's what I want. That's my only goal. #Quote by Kim Swift
Conundrum quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr.
#43. We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there "is" such a thing as being too late. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and postive action. #Quote by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Conundrum quotes by Henrietta Newton Martin
#44. A will can save one's family from being put into a quagmired pit of legal conundrum, in case of death (which may even be untimely). #Quote by Henrietta Newton Martin
Conundrum quotes by Hans Boersma
#45. A desacramentalized view of time tends to place the entire burden of doctrinal decision on the present moment: I, in the small moment of time allotted to me, am responsible to make the right theological (and moral) choice before God. The imposition of such a burden is so huge as to be pastorally disastrous. Furthermore, to the extent that as Christians we are captive to our secular Western culture, it is likely that this secular culture will get to set the church's agenda. If we do not see ourselves sacramentally connected to the tradition (and thus to Christ), we sense no accountability to tradition, and we are likely to accommodate whatever demands our culture places on us and capitulate to them. By contrast, when we are faced with a theological and moral conundrum, a participatory approach to tradition will always ask how the catholic, or universal, church throughout time and place has dealt with the issue. The widespread assumption that Christian beliefs and morals are to a significant degree malleable has its roots in a modern desacralized view of time. #Quote by Hans Boersma
Conundrum quotes by Brandon Sanderson
#46. Before, Sazed had looked at the doctrines themselves. This time, he found himself studying the people who had believed, or what he could find of them. As he read their words over again in his mind, he began to see something. The faiths he had looked at, they couldn't be divorced from the people who had adhered to them. In the abstract, those religions were stale. However, as he read the words of the people - really read them - he began to see patterns.

Why did they believe? Because they saw miracles. Things one man took as chance, a man of faith took as a sign. A loved one recovering from disease, a fortunate business deal, a chance meeting with a long lost friend. It wasn't the grand doctrines or the sweeping ideals that seemed to make believers out of men. It was the simple magic in the world around them.

What was it Spook said? Sazed thought, sitting in the shadowy kandra cavern. That faith was about trust. Trusting that somebody was watching. That somebody would make it all right in the end, even though things looked terrible at the moment.

To believe, it seemed, one had to want to believe. It was a conundrum, one Sazed had wrestled with. He wanted someone, something, to force him to have faith. He wanted to have to believe because of the proof shown to him.

Yet, the believers whose words now filled his mind would have said he already had proof. Had he not, in his moment of despair, received an answer? As he had been about to gi #Quote by Brandon Sanderson
Conundrum quotes by John McCain
#47. And we are in a strange conundrum. You can kill an American citizen overseas. But according to this administration, if you capture him in the United States, they've got to be read their Miranda rights. #Quote by John McCain
Conundrum quotes by Robert Martin
#48. A distinct germ line maintains continuity from generation to generation, regardless of what happens to the rest of the body. In this way, a body can be seen as a temporary structure that enables the germ line to fulfill its fundamental task of reproduction in each generation. Evolutionary biology therefore has a convincing answer to that age-old conundrum: "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" The egg, of course, came first. Chickens, like people, evolved so that one egg could lead to another. #Quote by Robert Martin
Conundrum quotes by Kelli Jae Baeli
#49. The conundrum of sanity and insanity, is that it serves us to be some of each. It's really only a question of degrees. You cannot possibly be 100% adjusted and live in this INSANE world. A little bit of crazy is a coping skill. #Quote by Kelli Jae Baeli
Conundrum quotes by Nora Sakavic
#50. You are a conundrum," Andrew said. "Thank you." "No, thank you," Andrew said as he slipped past Neil without a look back. "I need a new toy to play with." "I'm not a toy." "I guess we'll see. #Quote by Nora Sakavic
Conundrum quotes by P.E. Moskowitz
#51. This is capitalism's constant urban conundrum: what makes cities profitable is inherently at odds with the needs of the poor and middle classes (who are needed for a city to function), and centrally located land has inherent value if it can be made amenable to the rich. Gentrification may be a new expression of this conflict between land value and the needs of the poor, but it's a problem as old as capitalism itself. #Quote by P.E. Moskowitz
Conundrum quotes by Ann-Marie MacDonald
#52. What to feed her is a constant conundrum. Nothing satisfies. She rolls her eyes, sighs ostentatiously, flounces from the room. #Quote by Ann-Marie MacDonald
Conundrum quotes by Lemony Snicket
#53. Life is a conundrum of esoterica. #Quote by Lemony Snicket
Conundrum quotes by R. Joseph Hoffmann
#54. The standard cosmological theory
an expanding universe
does not really solve the problem of God. It simply makes it more problematical. Once the creator-creation model is discarded as primitive mythology, we still have not touched the ancient conundrum, ex nihilo nihil fit: nothing comes from nothing, and the "axiom" that "Nothing is unstable' rivals in scholastic absurdity anything Aquinas may have said eight hundred years ago and can only be postulated given the reality of something, whereby it becomes a self-evident and unarguable tautology. #Quote by R. Joseph Hoffmann
Conundrum quotes by Shukyou
#55. Rishi's body had been up until that moment divided on where all his blood should go -- to his cheeks, which by now he assumed must have reached the exact shade of cherries, or to his penis, which had generally been upset with him ever since he and BT had gone their separate ways. This, however, solved that conundrum in an instant. #Quote by Shukyou
Conundrum quotes by Cassandra Clare
#56. He knew Alec enough by now to know the conflicting impulses that warred in him. He was conscientious, the kind of person who believed that the others around him were so much more important than he was, who already believed he was letting everybody down. And he was honest, the kind of person that was naturally open about all he felt and wanted. Alec's virtues had made a trap for him; these two good qualities had collided painfully. He felt he could not be honest without disappointing everyone he loved. It was a hideous conundrum for him. It was as if the world had been designed to make him unhappy. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Conundrum quotes by Matt Groening
#57. The conundrum that I face on a daily basis is that I have two sons who have grown up watching 'The Simpsons,' so they know exactly what buttons to push. They know how Bart irritates Homer, and they use these lines against me to tell me that I'm not funny anymore. #Quote by Matt Groening
Conundrum quotes by Noel DeJesus
#58. There is no blueprint to leadership, quite the conundrum in a business world where standardization is celebrated. #Quote by Noel DeJesus
Conundrum quotes by Kate Atkinson
#59. Ursula craved solitude but she hated loneliness, a conundrum that she couldn't even begin to solve. #Quote by Kate Atkinson
Conundrum quotes by Stan Lee
#60. Welcome true believers, this is Stan Lee. We're about to embark the exploration of a fantastic new universe and the best part is that you are gonna create it with me. You may know me as a storyteller, but hey on this journey consider me your guide. I provide the widy and wonderful worlds and you create the sights, sounds and adventures. All you need to take part is your brain. So take a listen and think big, no bigger, we make it an epic. Remember when I created characters like the Fantastic Four and the X-Men? We were fascinated by science and awed by the mysteries of the great beyond. Today we consider a nearer deeper unknown one inside ourselves. […] we asked: What is more real? A world that we are born into or the one we create ourselves. As we begin this story, we find humanity lost within is own techno bubble. With each citizen the star of their own digital fantasy. […] But the real conundrum is, just because we have the ability to recreated ourselves, should we? […] Excelsior!" #Quote by Stan Lee
Conundrum quotes by John Currin
#61. I find I can't get rid of my trashiness as an artist. A lot of my themes in painting, to the extent that there are intentional themes, are meant to bring that conundrum into high relief. #Quote by John Currin
Conundrum quotes by Jodi Picoult
#62. it was a chicken-and-egg conundrum: were they animals because they were in jail . . . or were they in jail because they were animals? #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Conundrum quotes by Gabriel Brunsdon
#63. The science of the spirit and its relationship to the body in which it indwells is a complex conundrum. Life is not what it appears to be. Life is wholesome, and this unison of synergistic amalgamations persuade the common view that one thing is the other. But one thing is many things - at the one time - and this simple truth goes to the essence of all life with its manifold complexities. #Quote by Gabriel Brunsdon
Conundrum quotes by Neal Stephenson
#64. The manager
thunks down a couple of steps, glares at her, glares at her for rather a long
time. The manager, clearly, is tempted. That momentary glimpse of flesh has
been ricocheting around in his brain for half an hour. He is wracking his mind
with vast cosmological dilemmas. Y.T., hopes that he does not try anything,
because the dentata's effects can be unpredictable.
"Make up your fucking mind," she says.
It works. This fresh burst of culture shock rattles the jeek out of his ethical
conundrum. He gives Y.T. a disapproving glower -- she, after all, forced him to
be attracted to her, forced him to get horny, made his head swim -- she didn't
have to get arrested, did she? -- and so on top of everything else he's angry
with her. As if he has a right to be.
This is the gender that invented the polio vaccine? #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Conundrum quotes by James Baldwin
#65. Life is tragic simply because the earth turns and the sun inexorably rises and sets, and one day, for each of us, the sun will go down for the last, last time. Perhaps the whole root of our trouble, the human trouble, is that we will sacrifice all the beauty of our lives, will imprison ourselves in totems, taboos, crosses, blood sacrifices, steeples, mosques, races, armies, flags, nations, in order to deny the fact of death, the only fact we have. It seems to me that one ought to rejoice in the fact of death
ought to decide, indeed, to earn one's death by confronting with passion the conundrum of life. One is responsible for life: It is the small beacon in that terrifying darkness from which we come and to which we shall return. #Quote by James Baldwin
Conundrum quotes by Kim Swift
#66. Typically my ideas come to me in the most inane ways possible. I had the initial idea for 'Quantum Conundrum' while I was walking down the street to get breakfast. People are like, 'Whoa, what's your inspiration, is it something amazing?' No, I was just really hungry. #Quote by Kim Swift
Conundrum quotes by Lois McMaster Bujold
#67. She considered the familiar conundrum inherent in complimenting a child for doing something well in the course of what ought not to have been done at all, and kept her peace. #Quote by Lois McMaster Bujold
Conundrum quotes by Neal Shusterman
#68. He's a conundrum- and there's still a piece missing from the puzzle. Whatever that piece was, there was a part of me telling me not to get involved- that it was too much to handle. That you shouldn't go out on a limb unless you're absolutely sure the limb can support your weight. #Quote by Neal Shusterman
Conundrum quotes by Barbara Browning
#69. But since we're on the topic of identity and narrative voice - here's an interesting conundrum. You may know that The Correspondence Artist won a Lambda Award. I love the Lambda Literary Foundation, and I was thrilled to win a Lammy. My book won in the category of "Bisexual Fiction." The Awards (or nearly all of them) are categorized according to the sexual identity of the dominant character in a work of fiction, not the author. I'm not sure if "dominant" is the word they use, but you get the idea. The foregrounded character. In The Correspondence Artist, the narrator is a woman, but you're never sure about the gender of her lover. You're also never sure about the lover's age or ethnicity - these things change too, and pretty dramatically. Also, sometimes when the narrator corresponds with her lover by email, she (the narrator) makes reference to her "hard on." That is, part of her erotic play with her lover has to do with destabilizing the ways she refers to her own sex (by which I mean both gender and naughty bits). So really, the narrator and her lover are only verifiably "bisexual" in the Freudian sense of the term - that is, it's unclear if they have sex with people of the same sex, but they each have a complex gender identity that shifts over time. Looking at the various possible categorizations for that book, I think "Bisexual Fiction" was the most appropriate, but better, of course, would have been "Queer Fiction." Maybe even trans, though surely that would have raise #Quote by Barbara Browning
Conundrum quotes by Aziz Ansari
#70. Asking someone out on a date is a simple task that frequently becomes a terrifying conundrum of fear, self-doubt, and anxiety. It's full of tough decisions: How do I ask? In person? Phone call? Text? What do I say? Could this person be the person I end up spending the rest of my life with? What if this is the only person for me? What if I fuck it all up with the wrong message? Though technology has added a few new, modern quirks to this dilemma, asking a new person to go on a romantic outing has never been easy. It means declaring your attraction to someone and putting yourself out there in a huge way, while risking the brutal possibility of rejection - or, #Quote by Aziz Ansari
Conundrum quotes by Carolyn  Parkhurst
#71. Ah, the Gilligan's Island conundrum: why were the Howells on a crappy three-hour excursion cruise in the first place, when they could've been on their diamond-encrusted yacht? And why did they bring so many clothes?" -Riley #Quote by Carolyn Parkhurst

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