Middle-Aged Quotes by Pritam Singh, Julianne Moore, Larry Charles, Debbie Millman, Maurizio Cattelan, Theodore Roosevelt and many others.
I’m from New York, I’m 53, I have my moments when I’m a nice guy, and more frequently I have my moments where I’m a middle-aged aggravated person. For years I was always the nice guy, so in life I had to pretend to be the nice guy.
I vividly remember my sixth-grade classroom. I remember what it smelled like, where I sat, what I could see out the window, and how I felt about things. Peel away my decrepit middle-aged exterior, and an important part of me is still twelve years old. It helps me when I sit down to write stories for kids.
Country music historically has been sort of middle-aged people’s music.
For some reason I seem to be a massive hit with middle-aged women. I seriously don’t know what it is.
I’m not always in that good with middle-aged heterosexual men.
Ten-year-old boys move differently than middle-aged women, who move differently than athletic guys, who move differently than government bureaucrats.
Europe to me is young people trying to appear middle-aged and middle-aged people trying to appear young.
Boys will be boys, and so will a lot of middle-aged men.
I don’t like that politics is associated with middle-aged, greying men.
I am essentially a middle-aged woman who likes making up weird snack combinations and galloping.
I’m concerned, as I guess all middle-aged people are, about the younger generations‘ level of literacy.
Underneath this tired, middle-aged exterior, I’m an 11 year old kid.
As a middle-aged woman who has had some luck as a writer, I’d like this profession of author to remain a possibility for young writers in the future – and not become an arena solely for the hobbyist or the well-heeled.
Making jokes is about the most wrong and stupid thing a bemused, middle-aged, white heterosexual Anglo Saxon sort of Celt Australian male can do these days.
On stage, I’m this figure, this actor, who does things that people aren’t used to seeing and I relish in that reaction. In real life, though, I play golf, I shop and I walk around with no makeup on and my hair in a ponytail. I may not be the typical middle-aged Joe, but I’m closer to normal than you think.
I am a struggling writer. A middle-aged man with two little kids and I’m just trying to earn a living. So buy this book – or my kids will have to go to foster care.
It’s almost a rite of passage for the middle-aged, it seems, to invent generational stereotypes for dumping on the young.
Love is the word used to label the sexual excitement of the young, the habituation of the middle-aged, and the mutual dependence of the old.
I loved pretending to be a middle-aged Jewish woman. I just wanted to do what I saw Gilda Radner and Carol Burnett doing. But I’m not a particularly good impressionist. It was never my strong suit.
I am a lazy, cynical, middle-aged guy who has long since come to the conclusion that most historical periods really sucked, for most people, most of the time.
I accidentally make innuendos all the time without even realising. I’m middle-aged, in that sense.
I discovered the Internet. I started seeing how much company information was out there – they didn’t think it would be accessible to a middle-aged journalist sitting in her kitchen in England.
I’ve played so many historical characters because most horrible dictators are short, fat, middle-aged men.
I have become that middle-aged woman who listens to the ‘Hamilton‘ soundtrack in my kitchen.
In most superhero shows, the superhero is pretty young. He’s in his 20s; he’s single. ‘Black Lightning‘ is a man who’s middle-aged, going through a divorce, and has two daughters.
I love my children, but I don’t really want to talk about them. I’m not that much of a freakish middle-aged mother, I’m just very lucky, and there isn’t much more to say. I’d like not to be constantly expected to be a spokesman for things that are part of the natural rhythm of a woman’s life.
I love being middle-aged in general. I’m more at peace with myself now. I still have tormented times, but they are few and far between. You don’t feel you have to be the centre of your world when you get older. Becoming a mother had been a turning point which stopped me from being the centre of my world.
Older fatherhood isn’t all bad: testosterone rates drop about 1% per year as men age, making them less reactive and more patient, and a professionally established middle-aged man is likely to have more time and money to devote to his kids than a twenty-something who’s just getting started.
When I feel risk-averse, I am much more likely to surround myself with middle-aged, professional, southern females; I just am.
Evolving into a middle-aged person is quite interesting if we can understand what it means. I would like to think it meant being a bit sure of what I want.
If people want to find me, they can. They’ll see a middle-aged woman wandering around the grocery store, looking to see what to buy for dinner.
It is hard work to give life to new characters every single day. It is not as if I am God. I am just a tired, middle-aged woman trying to keep going.
People that are orthodox when they are young are in danger of being middle-aged all their lives.
A lot of middle-aged women are children still trying to find their way.
It’s kind of true, you do disappear off the planet if you are a middle-aged woman, but that has some advantages as well.
You can (be a middle-aged comic) if you work very hard at it, because comedy is really hard.
I’m a white, middle-aged, married, middle-class male with kids. I couldn’t be disenfranchised if I tried.
There are two barriers that often prevent communication between the young and their elders. The first is middle-aged forgetfulness of the fact that they themselves are no longer young. The second is youthful ignorance of the fact that the middle aged are still alive.
Youth is the period in which a man can be hopeless. The end of every episode is the end of the world. But the power of hoping through everything, the knowledge that the soul survives its adventures, that great inspiration comes to the middle-aged.