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Tangled Quotes

We’ve collected the best Tangled Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Jeffrey Tambor, David Oshinsky, Samin Nosrat, Lara Spencer, Lucy Worsley. Use them as an inspiration.

I’ve done ‘Yo Gabba Gabba!’ I’ve done… oh, it’s not called ‘Rapunzel’ anymore. ‘Tangled’, that’s it. Those are both huge.
Coming of age in the 1960s, I heard the word ‘fascist‘ all the time. College presidents were fascists; Vietnam War supporters were fascists. Policemen who tangled with protesters were fascists – on and on.
David Oshinsky
After coating pasta with tomato-rich meat sauce, my mom would drizzle the bottom of a nonstick pot with oil and put it all back in to form a dark crust of tangled noodles. Once she unmolded it at the table like a cake, my brothers and I would excitedly cut into it, verbally laying claim to our preferred pieces.
My first taste of the business was the glamorous job of pulling camera cables so they wouldn’t get tangled while the football games were filmed.
You shouldn’t hate your body parts. I have lovely little ears and eyelashes so long they sometimes get tangled in the machinery when I have my eyes tested.
If you want the human psyche, how we deal with humans in these situations, WWII is a very tangled place to go.
Like the tangled veins of cypress roots that meander this way and that in the swamp, everything in New Orleans is interrelated, wrapped around itself in ways that aren’t always obvious.
Who shall measure the hat and violence of the poet‘s heart when caught and tangled in a woman‘s body?
Before it was decided that I was going to be adopted, my mother was going to abort me. I was born with tangled legs; they never thought I’d be able to dancewithout knowing it, as a child I overcame a lot thanks to really doting, loving parents and a great family and a hard work ethic on my part.
Lindsay Pearce
In drawing after drawing, pastel after pastel, painting after painting, the contours of Degas’s dancing figures become, at a certain point, darkly insistent, tangled and dusky. It may be around an elbow, a heel, an armpit, a calf muscle, the nape of a neck.
My identity was tangled up in the parts that I had played since I was a child. I would go through my closet and only see audition clothes: Brie looking older, Brie looking ’60s, Brie looking ’40s, Brie looking younger in the future.
Oh, what a tangled web do parents weave when they think that their children are naive.
I was disappointed that ‘Tangled’ didn’t get nominated for Best Animated Film.
For me, social media isn’t just about connecting with friends and sharing photos; it’s a bigger, more tangled web that’s led me to jobs working in television, speaking gigs around the country, and it’s even helped me land my first book deal!
I always had short hair, and I hated my short hair. I was always mistaken for a boy, but my mom wouldn’t let me change my hair because she was always chasing me around with a hairbrush, and it was always tangled, so she just would cut it off, and she’s right: short hair did suit me.
I do get bottled up in interviews. You’re thinking about what you’re saying, and suddenly you get all tangled. So people think I’m sullen, or that I don’t have much to say. But my friends will tell you: a lot of times I talk too much.
O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!
When you make as many speeches and you talk as much as I do and you get away from the text, it’s always a possibility to get a few words tangled here and there.
A man‘s face is not a rich person‘s lawn; you are wasting resources if you devote that much energy to trimming your beard, sideburns, or mustache just so. Nor is a man’s face the woods; there need not be the tangled weeds, shrubbery, and wildlife/eggs benedict that get ensnared in them.
Of a truth, there is an inward, formless, inarticulate, almost unconscious, prayer, the very breath of love, whereby the soul is knit fast to the God whom it has tracked, amidst the tangled underwood of human life, to his covert on the eternal hills.
You get tangled up in your own ego of how you’re perceived. You can lose your way.
When you say ‘90210,’ everyone knows what you’re talking about. So why not make use of that? And they certainly have. I think the show looks beautiful, and all the actors are doing a great job. It’s a tangled web they’ve created thus far. It’s great.
We are tangled in a very significant Islamic insurgency in Iraq.
‘So Much More Than This’ is about just getting tangled up in all of the drama and stuff that really does not matter and probably won‘t matter in, like, three months.
Motivations are too tangled and complex.
Writing a story is pretty all-consuming for me – it feels a lot like method acting, and for the eight or twelve or fifteen months that I’m working on a story, I’m constantly thinking about how my narrator would react to whatever tangled situation I’m in.
When men organize themselves into groups, and they make rules based on common or self-interest, it’s always tangled and political.
Natural DNA is a tractless coil, like an unwound and tangled audiotape on the floor of the car in the dark.
We look at life from the back side of the tapestry. And most of the time, what we see is loose threads, tangled knots and the like. But occasionally, God’s light shines through the tapestry, and we get a glimpse of the larger design with God weaving together the darks and lights of existence.
Great novels are maps of complication, leading nowhere in particular, taking stances only provisionally and obliquely, happy to be tangled and to lack as many answers as the people they seek to depict.
I have seen and really liked the varied movie adaptations of the book, but ‘Little Women‘ has a sprawling, richly tangled story that needs time and space to weave its magic.
I had the idea that I should beat up every player I tangled with and nothing ever convinced me it wasn’t a good idea.
Ted Lindsay
But the beginning of things, of a world especially, is necessarily vague, tangled, chaotic, and exceedingly disturbing. How few of us ever emerge from such beginning! How many souls perish in its tumult!
Kate Chopin
I’m drawn to stories about ordinary people who get tangled up in an extraordinary event or idea or emotion. I’m not saying I don’t love films about super-people or super-doctors, but my preference is for stories about how we get through this life, what it is to be human, because I’m always struggling with it myself.