Intoxicating Quotes by Claire Saffitz, John Torode, Vin Scully, Weyes Blood, Thomas Jordan Jarvis, Jhumpa Lahiri and many others.
The concept of ‘Bad Magic’ is something that is incredibly intoxicating and magical but ultimately bad for you.
I think if you speak to any creative person, there’s something so powerful – so intoxicating, if you will – about discovering another voice, another instrument, another way of looking at things, another way of perceiving things.
We live in this world of great promise, where everything seems to offer an unchanging final happiness, if we can only get enough of it. It is very intoxicating.
Japan is the most intoxicating place for me. In Kyoto, there’s an inn called the Tawaraya which is quite extraordinary. The Japanese culture fascinates me: the food, the dress, the manners and the traditions. It’s the travel experience that has moved me the most.
Think of ‘Alice‘s Adventures in Wonderland.’ It is equally intoxicating for children and adults. All this ‘crossover‘ talk is something publishers are using as a selling device – a kind of post hoc rationalisation of what was happening already.
The feeling of having no choice or no say is a fear of mine, partly because the idea of loosening oneself from the burden and responsibility of choice and consequence is so intoxicating.
In Miss Catherine Middleton we have the faintest, intoxicating glimmer of a New Age Cinderella story.
I will admit, it’s so intoxicating working with Steve Carrell. Creatively and professionally.
AIM was so quaint, it organized users around ‘buddy lists.’ In a time before smartphones, AIM was powerful and intoxicating, a way for a generation that once had called people on the phone to communicate in quick bursts from their computers.
People don’t live in Los Angeles because we are tied to the same old, same old. We live in Los Angeles because of the intoxicating energy of new beginnings that permeate our city.
The world of the flapper – live free, wild and young – that energy is intoxicating. It’s nice to inject that into the more controlled ‘Downton’ way of living.
The immediacy of improvisation is intoxicating, but there’s an intimacy that you get that’s very different when you’re doing drama.
I’ve always been fascinated by India and its color and vibrancy. I worked in Madhya Pradesh in the Kanha National Game reserve before university, and it is probably the most intoxicating country I have ever visited.