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Infuriating Quotes

We’ve collected the best Infuriating Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Monica Crowley, Saffron Burrows, Lennie James, Alana Stewart, Asher Keddie. Use them as an inspiration.

The man who was known as ‘no drama Obama‘ during the campaign has given us nothing but depleting and infuriating drama since he arrived in office.
I’ll always take Scrabble and chess if I’m going filming. But I do have the Scrabble dictionary, which can be infuriating for other players.
I read the ‘Guardian,’ because it’s a bit like having an argument with a mate. We mostly have the same sensibilities, but where we disagree, it’s infuriating.
I went to one doctor who told me I wasn’t exercising enough. I was so exhausted, I couldn’t raise my arm. When this doctor called it psychosomatic, I was enraged. To think the constant sore throat and swollen glands were all in my head was infuriating.
I’m probably infuriating to work with, particularly in ‘Offspring,’ because I’m in pretty much every scene so I need the other actors around me to be able to pull of the spontaneity of that character.
White male privilege remains alive in America, but the phrase would seem odd, if not infuriating, to a sixty-year-old man working as a Walmart greeter in southern Ohio.
The evasion of justice within academia is all the more infuriating because the course of sexual harassment is so predictable. Since I started writing about women and science, my female colleagues have been moved to share their stories with me; my inbox is an inadvertent clearinghouse for unsolicited love notes.
It was extremely difficult to suppress my emotions, because my character in’ A Girl at My Doorgoes through so many infuriating situations. It was a lonely process having to portray someone that acts tough but is deeply hurting inside and is unable to express that.
Bae Doona
It’s ridiculous that people aren’t allowed to love who they love, have families, and have the same life as straight people. It’s infuriating.
Janina Gavankar
Comey is a particularly infuriating character, and I think what he has always been about, from when he was the deputy attorney general under President Bush, is about protecting his own reputation.
What’s infuriating is when cis people think celebrating me is celebrating transness.
In today‘s politics, it would be good to have politicians who are more upfront about what they felt and actually not trying to bend with every breeze. They’re infuriating, all of them.
It’s no secret that my process is a little bit loose and can be a little bit infuriating to a studio if they don’t know what they’re signing up for.
I would be so mad if I saw something called a memoir, and then it was Mike Birbiglia. It would be so infuriating. It’s like, ‘Who is this guy, and why does he have a memoir?’ David Letterman could write a memoir. Joan Rivers could. I’m just a nobody. I’m a comedian and a writer.
The BBC can be infuriating at times but I love it with a passion.
John Sweeney
While cats can be infuriating, little old women in fur coats, they make me laugh. Of course, dogs, horses and my highly social chickens are dear to me, too.
Having children is the greatest thing that can happen to you as a husband and wife. They are infuriating at times when they’re little, but on the whole, they’re such a joy. I don’t think I was the most brilliant mother when they were young. I had quite a bit of help because I was working and I enjoyed my work.
I think academics are infuriating. For every expert on Shakespeare there is another one to cancel his theory out. It drives you up the wall. I think the greatest form of finding out the truth is through fantasy.
I’m really focused and obsessed with writing things that are specific. I don’t like big rock lyrics – I find them infuriating.
Lagos is a fascinatingly infuriating place that its residents love – and love to hate. Licence plates on cars here proudly display the state motto, ‘Centre of Excellence,’ in what often seems a sarcastic swipe at the place we live in.
Canadians will usually give charity to those in need overseas but will ignore the people in their own backyards. It’s infuriating.
Mark Brand
I come from a Punjab and a community that has taught me that art is meant to be challenging, infuriating and thought provoking.
Nothing is more infuriating to me than the way the media and political parties conflate Hispanic-Americans and illegal immigrants. We are not one and the same, and our interests and priorities are often very different.
Breaks in trust are infuriating and hurtful, but they don’t entitle you to flame out, throw a fit, or stomp around rolling your eyes. Try to keep the steam from coming out of your ears.
It’s 2014, and the fact that anybody has to fight for the right to do what they want to do with their body in a safe and responsible way is infuriating.
Growing up with dyslexia and struggling in the classroom because of it, I know how infuriating and frustrating it can be to be treated wrongly as though you’re of below par intelligence.
A word to the wise is infuriating.
Humor is a way of saying we’re all seeing the same ridiculous, absurd, infuriating things together.
I’m a very strong person, and I think that’s why, actually, I find it really infuriating when I read, ‘She had a nervous breakdown‘ or ‘She’s not very mentally stable, just a weak, frail little creature.’
The BBC is a brilliant, infuriating, delightful cornerstone of our culture but it drives me round the twist. I will never forgive them for selling off BBC Centre. It’s probably the best studio facility in Europe, possibly the world, and it’s being sold off for flats and a luxury hotel.
I’m kind of a gossip hound, but watching the media whip the small fires into giant forest fires so that they can cover the result is infuriating.
I find it infuriating that in this industry, size 10 and above is defined as ‘plus size,’ especially when the average dress size in the U.K. is a 16.
When you’ve lived in a country for 50 years and you pay your tax, you have a pension and insurance, you’ve raised a family and sent your kids to uni. To get to an age and be told you don’t belong here and you have to go back to where you come from is really saddening and infuriating.
Forecasting is a maddening occupation. It is always fascinating and exciting and rewarding. yet it is also regularly exasperating and infuriating, occasionally even deranging.
Edgar Fiedler
Thank God I never got in a fight. All of the jock dudes hated me, but all of their girlfriends thought I was nice so they wouldn’t touch me. It was infuriating to them.