Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Cardboard Quotes from famous authors such as Toots Thielemans, Emma Watson, Jessica Lynch, John Updike, Adam Yauch. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
My father bought me a little cardboard accordion, and when I was three I got this little machine.
I’m very crafty! One time I made a television set out of a cardboard box – Everybody thought it was a lark! This was the beginning of a love affair with the arts.
I don’t come from a rich family – it’s not like we lived in a cardboard box, but we didn’t have a ton of money.
As movers and the moved both know, books are heavy freight, the weight of refrigerators and sofas broken up into cardboard boxes. They make us think twice about changing addresses.
We’re gonna do a Bowling for Dollars-type thing, but it’ll be Breakdancing on Cardboard for Yen for the ozone layer, so it’ll be called Breaking in Space.
A homeless veteran should not have to stand at a freeway exit with a cardboard sign. That’s not okay.
Drew pretty much eats all gluten free. I go for flavor over cardboard.
If you could still see yourself living in a cardboard box with somebody with no money then that is love you know, it’s what’s important.
I live in Vegas, and I see people by the side of the road with cardboard signs who seem like they might have tried that spending their way out of debt thing.
What isn’t for everybody shouldn’t be for anybody: the world’s opera houses are the reasons we have cardboard cities.
When I was about 7 years old, I built a leprechaun trap out of a cardboard box, a biscuit tin and some toilet paper tubes.
For many impoverished people, living under a tarp or in a cardboard box is a way of life.
I’m really familiar with what Cardboard’s doing; it’s not a novel concept. Cardboard is in many ways a direct ripoff of FOV2GO, a project I helped work on when I was at ICT, and it was fairly well known in the academic VR community.
There’s going to be all different price points, and you get what you pay for. There’s certainly low things made of cardboard that you don’t put on your head, you just hold up little viewers that give you this glimmer of what VR could be.
On the back of comic books in the 1970s, there was something called the American Seed Company. They would send you a cardboard box full of seeds; kids would sell them door-to-door in the neighborhood and then pick from a catalog of prizes. I bought myself a watch that way.
On the good days, my mother would haul out the ukulele and we’d sit around the kitchen table – it was a cardboard table with a linoleum top – and sing.
In bad weather, I spent hours drawing action figures on paper, coloring them, backing them on cardboard, then cutting them out and creating whole stories around their lives.
People in south Manchester overwhelming want to be able to recycle more than they currently can – especially cardboard and plastics – and want more frequent and accessible collections, particularly for those living in flats.
My breakdancing crew used to go to the mall and squat a piece of cardboard there; we had our jam box, and I’d spin on my head and make about forty bucks a day, which was pretty good back then. I was only 14 years old, so I would chase the girls around the mall and eat some pizza and have some change left over.
My first acting experience was a non-speaking role as a robot. My costume was a cardboard box covered in tinfoil, but I was so shy I refused to go on stage.
I could party in a cardboard box with people who are funny and don’t care. For me, it’s really about who I surround myself with, so I just try to always be with hilarious people.
Gradually, we fell in love with camper-vanning. It’s a strange business to begin with – rather like driving a large, rather flimsy cardboard box. It’s ugly, the suspension’s appalling, you rattle around like pebbles in a tin, and you can’t hear yourself speak above the engine.
I regard this novel as a work without redeeming social value, unless it can be recycled as a cardboard box.
My study is a converted garage which is largely lined with bookshelves and cardboard boxes filled with manuscripts of my film scripts, plays and books.
Thanks to my mother, not a single cardboard box has found its way back into society. We receive gifts in boxes from stores that went out of business twenty years ago.
I had a briefcase at one point, but it was a kind of 1980s New Wave briefcase. It was made of some kind of cardboard and it had metal hinges. It was kind of faux industrial looking, and I used to carry my books in it rather than a backpack. I didn’t want to have normal student accoutrements.
I am a born-again atheist, so there isn’t going to be a funeral. I will be buried in a linen wrap in a cardboard coffin in my forest with an oak tree planted on my head.
The opportunity to create a small world between two pieces of cardboard, where time exists yet stands still, where people talk and I tell them what to say, is exciting and rewarding.
I don’t have a desire to make films that have cardboard cut-out or Hollywood stand-in replicas of humans. I need the real deal.
I might be living in a cardboard box under a freeway overpass, homeless, but I won’t be silenced.
I love a cardboard coffin. Both Mummy and Daddy went off in cardboard coffins, painted – Daddy’s was rifle green. Beautifully made.
Roblox already works well on a phone, when we do ship on Gear and Cardboard gamers on those platforms will be able to join and play along as well.
My first playpen was a cardboard box.