Top 79 Curse Quotes

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“Oil wealth has been a curse on us, made us weak and docile.”

― Abu Bakar Bashir

“I have the curse of thinking funny!”

― Adam West

“I tend to curse in French more often than I do in English.”

― Alaina Huffman

“That’s my curse, I see the politics within these things and so I don’t say yes to them.”

― Alex Cox

“I tend to curse in French more often than I do in English.”

― Alexa Davalos

“I probably shouldn’t curse as much as I do.”

― Amy Sherald

“I would as soon leave my son a curse as the almighty dollar.”

― Andrew Carnegie

“Twitter is a blessing and a curse at the same time.”

― Ashley Wagner

“When ‘Goodfellas’ is on TNT, and they’ve taken out all the curse words and put Tide commercials in the middle of it, I’ll still watch ‘Goodfellas’ because it’s that great of a movie.”

― Ato Essandoh

“Poverty makes you wise but it’s a curse.”

― Bertolt Brecht

“I’m a people pleaser. I hold a lot of things in. I’m always making sure everybody is okay. I usually don’t rage; I usually don’t curse.”

― Beyonce Knowles

“The curse of a journalist is that he always has more questions than answers.”

― Bill Keller

“I tell you that the curse of God Almighty is on the saloon.”

― Billy Sunday

“The Olympics must be my curse or something.”

― Blanka Vlasic

“I don’t curse in front of my daughter. Well, sometimes.”

― Bozoma Saint John

“When I first got out to Hollywood, they were pushing me for sitcoms, and I didn’t really have an interest in them. I wanted to do films and slowly worked that way. And then it became, I guess, this curse of the leading man.”

― Brad Pitt

“My Instagram got deleted a lot of times. I used to do rough jokes and curse a lot.”

― Cardi B

“I’m never content, and I don’t know if that’s a curse or a good thing.”

― Chris Coleman

“I’m never proper or careful, but I never curse in front of my mother, either.”

― Chris Rock

“Bill Cosby was the first comedian I was exposed to, because he doesn’t curse.”

― Chris Rock

“I don’t curse when I talk. Unless I’m mad.”

― Ciara

“Literature is a toil and a snare, a curse that bites deep.”

― D. H. Lawrence

“Let us not curse the darkness. Let us kindle little lights.”

― Dada Vaswani

“I was blessed with a gift. It’s a gift and a curse. It never ends.”

― Dan Fogelberg

“I’m not one of those women who thinks beauty is a curse.”

― Diane Kruger

“The printing press is either the greatest blessing or the greatest curse of modern times, sometimes one forgets which it is.”

― E. F. Schumacher

“In our time, the curse is monetary illiteracy, just as inability to read plain print was the curse of earlier centuries.”

― Ezra Pound

“Man’s liberty ends, and it ought to end, when that liberty becomes the curse of its neighbors.”

― Frederic William Farrar

“To escape the curse of commoditization, a company has to be a game-changer, and that requires employees who are proactive, inventive and zealous.”

― Gary Hamel

“I think people would be suprised at how much we curse when we screw up. I’m like somebody with Tourette’s Syndrome.”

― George Eads

“The thirst for education that comes with the change the gospel brings can be a blessing or a curse, depending on our motives.”

― Henry B. Eyring

“Child prodigy is a curse because you’ve got all those terrible possibilities.”

― Itzhak Perlman

“The internet has been a boon and a curse for teenagers.”

― J. K. Rowling

“Partisanship is our great curse. We too readily assume that everything has two sides and that it is our duty to be on one or the other.”

― James Harvey Robinson

“Intolerance has been the curse of our country.”

― James Larkin

“When two drivers curse each other on the road, and one of them happens to be a Jew, you can’t define that as anti-Semitism.”

― Jean-Marie Le Pen

“An open foe may prove a curse, but a pretended friend is worse.”

― John Gay

“I make music and I can’t stop. It’s a compulsion and an obsession and a curse.”

― Juliana Hatfield

“I’ve been a huge fan of all things paranormal my whole life. For me, it was always a question of when, not if, I was going to write a paranormal series. I dipped my toe in the genre by incorporating a mystical curse into the ‘MacCarrick Brothers Trilogy.’”

― Kresley Cole

“I’m Italian and we curse a lot when we talk.”

― Lea Michele

“We don’t curse at Shots Studios, and we send a very positive message.”

― Lele Pons

“The curse of covetousness is that it destroys manhood by substituting money for character.”

― Lucy Larcom

“Masculinity is kind of a toxic curse, isn’t it? The expectations of it were hard on me.”

― Luis Alberto Urrea

“The Oscar is not a curse. The real curse is that once you have an Oscar they think you can do anything.”

― Luise Rainer

“Deconstructing your performance is the curse an actor has to live with. That’s why I don’t watch my films.”

― Manoj Bajpayee

“I feel there is a curse on rock stars.”

― Marc Bolan

“It’s better to use a curse word than to hurt somebody else, I find.”

― Marilyn Manson

“Religion without morality is a superstition and a curse, and morality without religion is impossible.”

― Mark Hopkins

“I don’t agree with everything he did in his life, but we’re dealing with this Howard Hughes, at this point. And also ultimately the flaw in Howard Hughes, the curse so to speak.”

― Martin Scorsese

“Perhaps it’s a curse, but when you are a Lutheran, you have a sense of responsibility.”

― Martti Ahtisaari

“To do a ‘Bond’ picture is a blessing but also a curse.”

― Maryam D’Abo

“I have to change. It’s like a curse.”

― Miles Davis

“I have actually had to ask my supervisors not to curse in meetings or in general in the workplace.”

― Monica Johnson

“Israel is stronger than all those who curse it.”

― Naftali Bennett

“Alimony is the curse of the writing class.”

― Norman Mailer

“Work is the curse of the drinking classes.”

― Oscar Wilde

“I just sit at a typewriter and curse a bit.”

― P. G. Wodehouse

“I think too much, which is a blessing and a curse.”

― PartyNextDoor

“I curse too much. I really do. I have a horrible cursing mouth.”

― Patricia Richardson

“In-N-Out is incredible, but don’t tell coach I’ve been going there. He would flip out and put some curse on me.”

― Pau Gasol

“The great curse of modern political life is incrementalism.”

― Paul Keating

“Personality has power to uplift, power to depress, power to curse, and power to bless.”

― Paul P. Harris

“Every blessing ignored becomes a curse.”

― Paulo Coelho

“We all know that we’re going to die, but we don’t know when. That’s not a blessing, that’s a curse.”

― Peter Greenaway

“If you’re down, it’s curse; if you’re up, it’s a blessing.”

― Powers Boothe

“I am an artist through to my marrow, which might be a curse and not necessarily a good thing.”

― Robin Coste Lewis

“The tribal system from which the Celt never freed himself entirely was the curse of the Celtic race, predooming it to ruin.”

― Sabine Baring-Gould

“It is idleness that is the curse of man – not labour. Idleness eats the heart out of men as of nations, and consumes them as rust does iron.”

― Samuel Smiles

“This is the curse of our age, even the strangest aberrations are no cure for boredom.”

― Stendhal

“Cain slew Abel. On that much the Torah and the Bible and the Qur’an agree, although in the Qur’an these first sons of Adam and Eve are Qabeel and Habeel. Cain, which is to say Qabeel, wandered eastwards from Eden to the Land of Nod with a mark of some kind on him, a curse.”

― Terry Glavin

“It’s not really a curse or anything that you’re blind; it’s really a blessing.”

― The Mighty Hannibal

“It’s a blessing and a curse at the same time, the idea of genre.”

― Thundercat

“The curse of Adam and Eve that fell upon the earth because of their sin will be lifted when Christ returns.”

― Tim LaHaye

“I curse myself if I get out without making a 100 after crossing 40.”

― Virender Sehwag

“Essentially this promise before curse, this superiority of God’s love in Christ, must come from the Bible.”

― Walter Lang

“I’m entirely self-taught, which I think is both a blessing and a curse.”

― Washed Out

“Selfishness is the greatest curse of the human race.”

― William E. Gladstone

“We are stripped bare by the curse of plenty.”

― Winston Churchill

“Cherish that which is within you, and shut off that which is without; for much knowledge is a curse.”

― Zhuangzi
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