Madly quotes:

  • I loved 'Truly Madly Deeply' and all those 1990s romcoms because you had great actresses like Juliet Stevenson and Emma Thompson starting out. -- Helen George
  • When Tony was madly in love with me, his relationship with Vanessa Redgrave was ending. -- Jeanne Moreau
  • After a man falls madly in love, he no longer cares how old she is. -- Helen Fisher
  • Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead. -- Lucille Ball
  • There's more than one person on the planet. When you're madly in love, that's not what you think. -- Helen Fisher
  • He flung himself from the room, flung himself upon his horse and rode madly off in all directions. -- Stephen Leacock
  • Handsome, thin, sophisticated men often fall madly in love with larger women, we just never see it on TV. -- Camryn Manheim
  • How can we live in harmony? First we need to know we are all madly in love with the same God. -- Thomas Aquinas
  • I tried to make myself as pretty as possible and even then I thought I was ugly. I found it madly difficult to go out, to show myself. -- Brigitte Bardot
  • What did our nation ever do to provoke these madly vicious enemies? What is seen as injustice in one place is seen as just requital in the other. -- Mary Douglas
  • The enemy for the fanatic is pleasure, which makes it extremely important to continue to indulge in pleasure. Dance madly. That is how you get rid of terrorism. -- Salman Rushdie
  • He has so often told me he is madly in love with me, but what does that mean when I haven't had a good word from him in three months? -- Eva Braun
  • I studied to be a chef as a side thing, a little hobby that I enjoyed doing, but I ended up falling madly in love with the food and the lifestyle. -- Kelis
  • It's probably the worst feeling in the world, when you're deeply and madly in love with a woman and you know she's not feeling you the same way, and you don't know why. -- Bruno Mars
  • My body grew hot, then cold. I tried to eat the bed sheets. My heart beat madly. Every joint in my body ached. When I took the cure they took it all away from me. -- Bela Lugosi
  • Though not a natural world by any means, more like a collection of living dioramas, a zoo exists in its own time zone, somewhere between the seasonal sense of animals and our madly ticking watch time. -- Diane Ackerman
  • I always saw Michael Gambon wearing madly psychedelic socks, and I always thought that's it is one of the few areas where men can really express colour and have a bit of a dandyish quality to their outfit. -- Daniel Radcliffe
  • I'm so in love with the United States. Not as a patriot. I'm in love with America like it's my first girlfriend. The geography, the people, the smell, the touch, the taste, the gas stations. I'm madly in love with America. -- Vincent Gallo
  • My mother's family were full-on Irish Catholics - faith in an elaborate old fashioned, highly conservative and madly baroque style. I sort of fell out of the tribe over women's rights and social justice issues when I was just 13 years old. -- Geraldine Brooks
  • An anxious unrest, a fierce craving desire for gain has taken possession of the commercial world, and in instances no longer rare the most precious and permanent goods of human life have been madly sacrificed in the interests of momentary enrichment. -- Felix Adler
  • I have never experienced being madly in love the way most people seem to have been, although it is not something I would miss. Instead I have had an enormous ability to love my children and my grandchildren and my great grandchildren. -- Astrid Lindgren
  • I was 14 and madly in love for the first time. He was 21. He made me suddenly, unaccustomedly beautiful with his kisses and mix tapes. During the year of elation and longing, he never mentioned that he had a girlfriend who lived across the street. -- Daphne Gottlieb
  • I have not changed; I am still the same girl I was fifty years ago and the same young woman I was in the seventies. I still lust for life, I am still ferociously independent, I still crave justice, and I fall madly in love easily. -- Isabel Allende
  • I just felt that you can't have a character fall in love so madly as they did in the last movie and not finish it off, understand it, get some closure. That's why the movie is called 'Quantum of Solace' - that's exactly what he's looking for. -- Daniel Craig
  • Journalists are in the same madly rocking boat as diplomats and statesmen. Like them, when the Cold War ended, they looked for a new world order and found a new world disorder. If making and conducting foreign policy in today's turbulent environment is difficult, so is practicing journalism. -- Henry Grunwald
  • My first heartbreak was extreme. I went to Australia for 10 months when I was at school and told the girl I was madly in love with not to come out to see me - and of course, when I came back, she met me at the airport to tell me she'd met someone else. -- Greg Wise
  • Madly, futilely, I wrote novel after novel, eight in all, that failed to find a publisher. I persisted because for me the novel was the supreme literary form - not just one among many, not a relic of the past, but the way we communicate to one another the subtlest truths about this business of living. -- William Nicholson
  • I love you madly. -- Suzanne Young
  • I was madly in love with life. -- Hedy Lamarr
  • We agreed to love each other madly. -- Jack Kerouac
  • What does it say? Does he love you madly? -- Jessica Day George
  • Though you treat me badly, I love you madly. -- Smokey Robinson
  • A respectable man may love madly, but not foolishly. -- Francois de La Rochefoucauld
  • I paint because the spirits whisper madly inside my head. -- El Greco
  • I'm in love, truly, madly, deeply in love with perception. -- Glen Duncan
  • Ah, life, life, how madly, how cruelly it raced along your pulses! -- Martha Ostenso
  • What's most interesting to me is when [Tony DiNozzo] is just madly inappropriate. -- Michael Weatherly
  • Fearless is falling madly in love again, even though you've been hurt before. -- Taylor Swift
  • Yield to that strange passion which sends you madly whirling round the room. -- Virginia Woolf
  • The best revenge you can have on intellectuals is to be madly happy. -- Albert Camus
  • I have a son in Barcelona whom I am madly in love with. -- Anthony Quinn
  • Our tongues have fallen madly in love and gotten married and moved to Paris. -- Jandy Nelson
  • If I said I was madly in love with you you'd know I was lying. -- Margaret Mitchell
  • One who rushes madly after inordinate desire, runs the risk of encountering destruction and death. -- Ali ibn Abi Talib
  • While being madly in love is fun, perhaps one should aspire to be sanely in love. -- Jessica Zafra
  • Only when one thinks even much more madly than the philosophers can one solve their problems. -- Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • Was true love when you wanted to slap someone and kiss him madly at the same time? -- Nancy Werlin
  • History sometimes acts as madly as heredity, and her most unpredictable performances are often her most glorious. -- Rebecca West
  • Remember, we're madly in love, so it's all right to kiss me anytime you feel like it. -- Suzanne Collins
  • Your only defense can be you were so madly in love you weren't responsible for your actions. -- Suzanne Collins
  • Kalki is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I am madly in love with her. -- Anurag Kashyap
  • Contention, like a horse, Full of high feeding, madly hath broke loose, And bears down all before him. -- William Shakespeare
  • It's so much easier to convince yourself you're madly in love with someone when you know nothing about him. -- Megan McCafferty
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  • Every pilot I've ever written, I've fallen deeply and madly in love with. It's the only way I work. -- Amy Sherman-Palladino
  • I adore you, mon petit, and would never allow him to hurt you, no matter how gently or madly. -- Vladimir Nabokov
  • You have no idea how hard it is to grieve and fall madly in love at the same time. -- Didi
  • How exhausting all this was. In fact, if only people knew how madly tiresome it is to be a criminal...! -- Hermann Hesse
  • Women are often under the impression that men are much more madly in love with them than they really are. -- W. Somerset Maugham
  • How did you fall in love with New Orleans? At once, madly. Looking back, sometimes I think it was predestined. -- Andrei Codrescu
  • Music is more like water than a rhinoceros. It doesn't charge madly down one path. It runs away in every direction. -- Elvis Costello
  • Balenciaga was incredibleI was madly infatuated with his clothes. His clothes were devastating. One fainted. One simply blew up and died. -- Diana Vreeland
  • Perfect behavior is born of complete indifference. Perhaps this is why we always love madly someone who treats us with indifference. -- Cesare Pavese
  • I believe that you must be madly in love with cinema to create films. You also need a huge cinematic baggage. -- Jean-Pierre Melville
  • Hollywood was a good influence because I was madly in love with films, and the films had a direct influence on me. -- Ray Bradbury
  • The touched heart madly stirs,your laughter is water hurrying over pebbles - every gesture is a proclamation,every sound is speech... -- Sappho
  • We can't protect ourselves from pain and heartache. In fact, to love - fully, madly, deeply - is the ensure heartache some day. -- Dani Shapiro
  • You've got to perform in a role hundreds of times. In keeping it fresh one can become a large, madly humming, demented refrigerator. -- Ralph Richardson
  • No relationship, Chrissy, I don't care how truly, madly, deeply it is...No relationship survives on hope. It's forgiveness that keeps it alive. -- Chrissy Anderson
  • Yesterday one has wished, to-day one attains the madly longed-for object, and to-morrow one will blush to think that one ever desired it. -- Ivan Goncharov
  • If only I could find a guy who wasn't in his 70s to talk to me about white cranes, I'd be madly in love. -- Leelee Sobieski
  • Like any teenager who reads The Great Gatsby, probably, I was madly in love with the teacher who had opened it up for me. -- Rob Sheffield
  • He was so fucked, careening madly down the path to getting his heart splattered all over hell. And grinning like a buffoon the entire time. -- Cherrie Lynn
  • The writer cannot make the seas of distraction stand still, but he [or she] can at times come between the madly distracted and the distractions. -- Saul Bellow
  • Sometimes I wonder if, instead of falling madly in love, we should aspire to fall sanely in love. But then, what would be the point? -- Jessica Zafra
  • This is where the whole ape-descended thing reveals its worth, I thought madly. Sucks to be you, quadruped. Opposable thumbs - don't leave home without them. -- Ben Aaronovitch
  • Without God, reality is madness. Reason will tell you so. You either madly trust in God, or you trust in a world gone mad without him. -- Geoffrey Wood
  • That somehow, this insufferable girl would become the one person I am forever, hopelessly, madly drawn to against my will and possibly even my better judgment. -- Rachel E. Carter
  • Every girl in the world wants to find the right man, someone who is sympathetic and understanding and helpful and strong, someone she can love madly. -- Carole Landis
  • We are the bees of the invisible. We madly gather the honey of the visible to store it in the great golden hive of the invisible. -- Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Impulsively, I lean forward and kiss him, stopping his word. This is probably overdue anyway since he's right, we are supposed to be madly in love. -- Suzanne Collins
  • The British have always been madly overambitious, and from one angle it can seem like bravery, but from another it looks suspiciously like a lack of foresight. -- Ben Aaronovitch
  • Fall in love so madly that every leaf whispers words of love to your lover. Every raindrop explodes with only one word as it hits the Earth. -- Shekhar Kapur
  • It is foolish in the extreme not only to resort to force before necessity compels, but especially to madly create the conditions that will lead to this necessity. -- Benjamin Tucker
  • If I was madly in love with someone who offered the opportunity to spend our lives together, I would love to have a child or adopt a child. -- Charlie Rose
  • A man's free will cannot cure him even of the toothache, or a sore finger; and yet he madly thinks it is in its power to cure his soul. -- Augustus Toplady
  • I don't watch a lot of TV. I am madly in love, I'm a big sap, I'm madly in love with Extreme Makeover Home Edition. I cry every week. -- Eva LaRue
  • Truly Falling In Love With you is not one of the greatest mistake of my Life but Trusting you madly is one of the biggest mistake of my life ever . :( -- Kashi khan
  • In my fantasy I was always the savior. I would come to Peanuts land and save everybody. Charlie Brown would fall madly in love with me. Peppermint Patty was so jealous. -- Alicia Witt
  • In my fantasy I was always the savior. I would come to 'Peanuts' land and save everybody. Charlie Brown would fall madly in love with me. Peppermint Patty was so jealous. -- Alicia Witt
  • I love her passionately with a morbid intensity; madly as one can only love a woman who never responds to our love with anything but an eternally uniform, eternally calm, stony smile. -- Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
  • As for the topsy-turvy tangle known as soixante-neuf, personally I have always felt it to be madly confusing, like trying to pat your head and rub your stomach at the same time. -- Helen Lawrenson
  • Oscar Wilde was suing the Marquis of Queensbury in 1895 for libel accusing Wilde of homosexuality Counsel: Have you ever adored a young man madly? Wilde: I have never given adoration to anyone except myself. -- Oscar Wilde
  • After having struggled madly to solve all problems, after having suffered on the heights of despair, in the supreme hour of revelation, you will find that the only answer, the only reality, is silence. -- Emile M. Cioran
  • As an actor, I endeavor to find the reason in the unreasonable. Because no one thinks they are being unreasonable or unrealistic or demanding or behaving madly. We all see ourselves as being justified. -- Cate Blanchett
  • Past and Present I know well; each is a friend and sometimes an enemy to me. But it is the quiet, beckoning Future, an absolute stranger, with whom I have fallen madly in love. -- Richelle E. Goodrich
  • Yes, many people in rural parts of India are very orthodox and have arranged marriages. But I won't - I want to fall madly in love with someone and be whisked off my feet. -- Shilpa Shetty
  • I lean over and put my good ear to his lips, which tickle me as he whispers. "Remember, we're madly in love, so it's all right to kiss me any time you like it. -- Suzanne Collins
  • The Spanish ladies of the New World are madly addicted to chocolate, to such a point that, not content to drink it several times each day, they even have it served to them in church. -- Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
  • The fairies, as their custom, clapped their hands with delight over their cleverness, and they were so madly in love with the little house that they could not bear to think they had finished it. -- James M. Barrie
  • I was still madly in love with her when I left her but the desire had died, and not all the years of sharing and caring and discovering and journeying could keep me from fleeing. -- Tarun J. Tejpal
  • Dance music ... stirs some barbaric instinct - lulled asleep in our sober lives - you forget centuries of civilization in a second, & yield to that strange passion which sends you madly whirling round the room. -- Virginia Woolf