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Flippancy, the most hopeless form of intellectual vice.
– George Gissing
I have a great deal of difficulty recognizing faces, especially if I haven’t – if I’ve just met somebody, it’s hopeless.
– Chuck Close
I just wanted to fit in as a teenager, but it was hopeless.
– Anne Beatts
I suffer from a genetic flaw, which is that my mother was a hopeless Pollyanna.
– Bill Ayers
There are no hopeless situations; there are only men who have grown hopeless about them.
– Clare Boothe Luce
I’m really hopeless with technology – I don’t even have a computer.
– Ben Whishaw
I am a hopeless, shameless flirt.
– Elizabeth Wurtzel
I’m not gifted, but I’m not hopeless.
– Norman Spinrad
I will always be the hopeless romantic, more often pathetic than heroic.
– Chris Lowell
My daughter is a fantastic travelling companion – she’s totally organised, whereas I’m hopeless.
– Meg Rosoff
My inner critic who had begun piping up about how hopeless I was and how I didn’t know to write.
– Mary Garden
I am a hopeless mamma’s boy.
– Michael Carbonaro
I have a massive divide between being a competent human being and being completely hopeless, when it comes to logic.
– Natascha McElhone
I like playing off strong actors, whether it’s Benedict Cumberbatch or Dominic Cooper. Also I’m a hopeless romantic, so I’m fascinated by relationships.
– Lara Pulver
I think I’ll always be a hopeless romantic.
– Kim Kardashian
I’m a hopeless romantic.
– Lance Bass
I shall never come to the Punjab again; it is such a hopeless place.
– Muhammad Ali Jinnah
I am a hopeless romantic.
– Jessica Brown Findlay
I’m a hopeless 19th-century romantic.
– John Banville
Not only are a voteless people a hopeless people. A non-producing people are hopeless also.
– Ralph Abernathy
I’m hopeless by e-mail, by phone, by text.
– Rachel Maddow
Nothing is more hopeless than a scheme of merriment.
– Samuel Johnson
Relish being an oddball: Well-behaved, well-adjusted people are hopeless storytellers and, honestly, terribly boring.
– Twinkle Khanna
English, as a subject, never really got over its upstart nature. It tries to bulk itself up with hopeless jargon and specious complexity, tries to imitate subjects it can never be.
– Zadie Smith