Nagging quotes:

  • Nagging is the repetition of unpalatable truths. -- Edith Summerskill, Baroness Summerskill
  • Washington is nicknamed "The Evergreen State" because it sounds better than "The Incessant Nagging Drizzle State." -- Dave Barry
  • I've got to start listening to those quiet, nagging doubts. -- Bill Watterson
  • The things that keep nagging at you are the ones worth exploring. -- Evan Williams
  • I never have the nagging doubt of wondering whether perhaps I am wrong. -- P. W. Botha
  • Professionals have to decide on which subjects they are prepared to give nagging rights -- David Maister
  • I keep going over a sentence. I nag it, gnaw it, pat and flatter it. -- Janet Flanner
  • Be black or white with no shades of gray. In other words, don't be a nagging mother. -- Clinton Anderson
  • I date this girl for two years-and then the nagging starts: 'I wanna know your name...' -- Mike Binder
  • Reducing our desires and eliminating false neediness is the answer to resolving the nagging inner discomfort that we feel. -- Angelina Love
  • I am thrilled. I love movies. I don't have those nagging, regretful feelings about either of them, it is a miracle. -- Kristen Stewart
  • When will American men learn how to stand up to the nagging by the intolerant, uncivil feminists whose sport is to humiliate men? -- Phyllis Schlafly
  • Sugar can cause fatigue and it can also build up on your joints. It can lead to those injuries where you've got nagging pain on those joints. -- Dwight Howard
  • When sleep leaves the body like smoke and man, sated with secrets, drives the overworked nag of quarrel out of its stall, then the fire-breathing union begins anew . . . -- Nelly Sachs
  • Man will have replicated his own intelligence not when he teaches a computer to reason but when he teaches a computer to have a nagging feeling in its circuits. -- Robert Breault
  • The constant nagging in your mind of undone things pulls you out of the present--tethers you to a mind-set of the future so that you're never fully in the moment and enjoying what's now. -- Daniel Levitin
  • Usually I'm frustrated when I look at my films and I don't believe that I've made a real transformation beyond my usual sets of gestures and expressions. I still have this nagging feeling that it's me, that I didn't create a unique character. -- Helena Bonham Carter
  • The Christian faith is meant to be lived moment by moment. It isn't some broad, general outline--it's a long walk with a real Person. Details count: passing thoughts, small sacrifices, a few encouraging words, little acts of kindness, brief victories over nagging sins. -- Joni Eareckson Tada
  • If you accept others as equals, you embrace them unconditionally, now and forever. But if you let them know that you tolerate them, you suggest in the same breath that they are actually an inconvenience, like a nagging pain or an unpleasant odour you are willing to disregard. -- Arthur Japin
  • Like an enemy I knew as intimately as any friend, I came to know the nagging, constant emptiness of the incongruent life. I ignored myself and lived for people, purposes, and goals that weren't my own. I betrayed who I was and instead accepted a fictional substitute that was defined from the outside in. -- Phil McGraw
  • Always in the big woods when you leave familiar ground and step off alone into a new place there will be, along with the feelings of curiosity and excitement, a little nagging of dread. It is the ancient fear of the Unknown, and it is your first bond with the wilderness you are going into. -- Wendell Berry
  • Training is a good dog, a constant companion and an utterly loyal and devoted friend, and everyone should have one. Education is a nagging counselor. And, I am convinced, everyone does have one. It happens, however, that some nagging counselors have grown strong by a certain kind of nourishment. Others are weak and puny, even infantile, having never been nourished at all. -- Richard Mitchell
  • All men hate the nagging. -- Kevin Hart
  • Nothing annoys in this world as a nagging wife -- Bangambiki Habyarimana
  • Show me 12 drunkards and I will show you 12 nagging wives. -- Charles Spurgeon
  • Aside from the nagging, he's the most entertaining hallucination I've ever had. -- Kirsten Miller
  • I've realised I need a gnawing, nagging, anxious doubt when I wake at 4 A.M. -- Catherine Tate
  • Oftentimes, when a woman demands accountability, respect, or consideration, she is crazy or nagging or whatever. -- Roxane Gay
  • There is no easy way to train an apprentice. My two tools are example and nagging. -- Lemony Snicket
  • There is no easy way to train an apprentice. My two tools are example and nagging. -- Lemony Snicket
  • I'm a person who's fine saying 'No.' I like saying to myself, "no gossiping," "no nagging." -- Gretchen Rubin
  • My wife's nagging is like living near the airport. After a while you don't notice it any more. -- Tom Arnold
  • That nagging state of constant thought that exists somewhere between the ears and behind the eyes is the self. -- Chris Matakas
  • People are pulled towards the best in themselves, and spotlighting the right is a much stronger approach than nagging. -- Michelle Gielan
  • For as long as he could remember, heā??d suffered from a vague nagging feeling of being not all there. -- Douglas Adams
  • Don't count on the power of your love or your nagging to create something that wasn't there to begin with. -- Harriet Lerner
  • It's odd to see pictures of your parents before your own birth, before your nagging presence altered their lives forever. -- Bill Holm
  • Before marriage, when a woman speaks to a man in an undertone, he calls it "cooing"; after marriage, he calls it nagging. -- Helen Rowland
  • Tired of nagging your kids to hurry up, get dressed, drink their milk and brush their teeth? Here's a radical idea: Don't. -- Bruce Feiler
  • Kick is seeing things from a special angle. Kick is momentary freedom from the claims of the aging, cautious, nagging, fightened flesh. -- William S. Burroughs
  • You'd be amazed at how much power women have over men - and the basic control is nagging... Men are very simple creatures, like puppies. -- Laura Schlessinger
  • Donā??t get depressed about not being where you want to be. This nagging feeling of anxiety is actually called ambition. Ambition is your friend. -- Atom Egoyan
  • Make sure that your heartfelt thanksgiving is more consistent than your nagging needs and your passionate apology fervent than your unhealthy justifications. Be clean and hopeful. -- Israelmore Ayivor
  • Even if they're not Asian or super rich... everyone has a nagging mother. Everyone has that obnoxious uncle, or that cousin who's a bit too snobby. -- Kevin Kwan
  • The weather's cold. My club's bad. My knee hurts. I can't putt no more. I'm off my diet. My wife is nagging me. Other than that, everything's great. -- Don Zimmer
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  • There's only one way kids will wear helmets, and that's if their parents are nagging them to. They will never wear helmets because some state passes a law requiring it. -- Dave Barry
  • When we are capable of living in the moment free from the tyranny of "shoulds," free from the nagging sensation that this moment isn't right, we will have peaceful hearts. -- Joan Z. Borysenko
  • They had perfected their team nagging to a level where they no longer had to confer and felt they would be wasting their talents if they only admonished their own children. -- Thomm Quackenbush
  • We cannot be free of nagging desires through suppression. This is like trying to keep a rubber boat beneath the water. But we remove compulsive desires altogether by understanding their nature. -- Vernon Howard
  • One of the by-products of being a perfectionist and constantly trying to improve myself are sobering feelings of low-grade anxiety and a nagging sense of inadequacy This anxiety keeps me humble. -- Anthony S. Fauci
  • When you come back strong, you are going to have little nagging things that you can usually play through, but every now and again, it is to the point where you can't play. -- Pete Sampras
  • Everyone who gives up a serious childhood dream -- of becoming an artist, a doctor, an engineer, an athlete -- lives the rest of their life with a sense of loss, with nagging what ifs, -- Glenn Kurtz
  • Writing about fashion forces you to overcome the nagging feeling that fashion doesn't "matter", that it's trivial or fleeting. I just look at it anthropologically, which is different from the way I'd write about art. -- Susan Orlean