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Two-Faced People Quotes

If your gonna be two-faced, at least make one of them pretty. – Unknown

Although I’m proposing these two rules to strengthen your ability to deal with backstabbing,you’re still going to have to protect yourself – you don’t want to get stabbed in the front for your troubles. – Ronny J. Coleman

While you’re stabbing my back, you can kiss my behind too. – Unknown

Liars are always most disposed to swear. – Vittorio Alfieri

Dealing with backstabbers, there was one thing I learned. They’re only powerful when you got your back turned. – Eminem

The liar’s punishment is not in the least that he is not believed, but that he cannot believe anyone else. – George Bernard Shaw

Backstabbing is nothing new. In biblical times, King David experienced the pain of betrayal. – Les Parrott

You’re just like a penny… two-faced and worthless. – Unknown

True friends stab you in the front. – Oscar Wilde

The world is not fair, and often fools, cowards, liars and the selfish hide in high places. – Bryant H. McGill

If I were two-faced, would I be wearing this one? – Abraham Lincoln

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Fantasy Quotes

– “About half my designs are controlled fantasy, 15 percent are total madness and the rest are bread-and-butter designs.” – Manolo Blahnik

– “Acting is not about anything romantic, not even fantasy, although you do create fantasy.” – James Earl Jones

– “All cartoon characters and fables must be exaggeration, caricatures. It is the very nature of fantasy and fable.” – Walt Disney

– “All fantasy should have a solid base in reality.” – Max Beerbohm

– “All that political stuff Delano was doing. Me, I’ve gone off the top, into total fantasy.” – Eddie Campbell

– “All the works of man have their origin in creative fantasy. What right have we then to depreciate imagination.” – Carl Jung

– “Although it is a fantasy film, it’s as real as it can be. You have to imagine that an audience will buy their ticket to a cinema and get on a first-class flight and journey to Middle Earth.” – Orlando Bloom

– “Ambition is not what a man would do, but what a man does, for ambition without action is fantasy.” – Bryant H. McGill

– “And by the way, I wanted to point out that Kindred is not science fiction. You’ll note there’s no science in it. It’s a kind of grim fantasy.” – Octavia Butler

– “And in fact, I think one of the best guides to telling you who you are, and I think children use it all the time for this purpose, is fantasy.” – Peter Shaffer

– “Artificial Intelligence leaves no doubt that it wants its audiences to enter a realm of pure fantasy when it identifies one of the last remaining islands of civilization as New Jersey.” – Godfried Danneels

– “Beyond that, I seem to be compelled to write science fiction, rather than fantasy or mysteries or some other genre more likely to climb onto bestseller lists even though I enjoy reading a wide variety of literature, both fiction and nonfiction.” – Joan D. Vinge

– “But basically what I like are the possibilities, and the fantasy element of the show. Not science fantasy so much, but fantasy, the humanistic elements and how people relate when they’re in a dire situation or comedic situation.” – Fisher Stevens

– “But fantasy kills imagination, pornography is death to art.” – Iris Murdoch

– “But I never let a fantasy get away, because I always stop to analyze it.” – Shelley Duvall

– “But in fantasy, you can make a complete break, and you can put people in a situation where they are confronted with things that they would not confront in the real world.” – Elizabeth Moon

– “But my problem with fantasy, and horror, and related genres, is that sometimes the problems are illogical.” – Octavia Butler

– “CNN is one of the participants in the war. I have a fantasy where Ted Turner is elected president but refuses because he doesn’t want to give up power.” – Arthur C. Clarke

– “Creating fantasy is a very personal thing, but you can’t take the process too personally.” – Joseph Barbera

– “Daytime has been successful all these years because it caters to a very real need in the audience – to see something that’s not nighttime fantasy. People watch daytime because it’s like their lives.” – Erika Slezak