Turtlenecks Quotes by John Green, Simon Helberg, Mitch Hedberg, Stacy London, Dwyane Wade, Daniel Tosh and many others.
When you stopped wishing things wouldn’t fall apart, you’d stop suffering when they did.
I wouldn’t wear turtlenecks. That I’m not envious of. But who knows? I might sneak out a few things and hope and pray that no one says, ‘Hey, didn’t you wear that when you were playing an enormous geek on TV?’
Wearing a turtleneck is like being strangled by a really weak guy, all day. Wearing a backpack and a turtleneck is like a weak midget trying to bring you down.
If you only have work clothes – the black trouser and ribbed turtleneck you got four years ago at the Gap – you’re not participating in your own style personality.
A turtleneck is about sophistication.
You never see anyone wearing a black turtleneck and leather jacket doing something nice.
I feel like a turtleneck dress that’s long-sleeved and covers your entire body but is tight fitting is so much sexier than boobs spilling out, you know? So I guess I’m more into being classy sexy versus apparent sexy.
Chicks dig a dude whoвЂ™s sporting the latest eggplant turtleneck styles.
My Dad was so open creatively that I was off in search of black turtleneck bathing suits with long sleeves.
Men who wear turtlenecks look like turtles.
Vampires!!! What a time to be caught without a turtleneck!
In college I was one of six males who auditioned for five male roles in a comedy play. I was the one rejected. At that moment I made up my mind never to place myself at the mercy of some pompous, goateed, black-turtleneck-shirted “should I yay him or nay him?” pantywaist ever again.
I like [Count] Olaf’s wardrobe, because the whole thing seems like it should be a period piece in many ways, and yet the date is non-specific. So I would wear cloaks and jackets, but also turtlenecks. I was a little beatnik, and kind of hipster in that way.
I think that we see Steve Jobs as the genius speaker in the mock black turtleneck with the round glasses, sort of beautifully delivering his new product, and I think that for people to understand that he started in a garage.
I was wearing my best Gap turtleneck and my dates were two adult lesbians, so yea, I was pretty cool.
I love money. I love everything about it. I bought some pretty good stuff. Got me a $300 pair of socks. Got a fur sink. An electric dog polisher. A gasoline powered turtleneck sweater. And, of course, I bought some dumb stuff, too.
I tend to move between turtlenecks and shirts and ties. I don’t really have a uniform in the sense that some people might.
I remember in that red leisure suit I sort of felt like a Pizza Hut employee, and the white one was the ultimate, with the white turtleneck collar, that was the ultimate in bad taste.
When I got to Grinnell College, I was part of the black turtleneck sweater and Camel cigarette crowd of poets and writers.
As a young girl, I was much more preoccupied by my flaws. Everyone teased me because of my long, skinny neck. To hide my so-called deformity, I was wearing a turtleneck when I was 3! Yet my neck is probably my best asset. At the end of the day, what counts is the entire package.
I have enough to last for the rest of my life.
I could see myself in the fur coats, turtleneck sweaters, with the Kangol hats like Slick Rick and Dana Dane. But I could also see myself in a leather Troop suit like LL Cool J.