Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Reply Quotes from famous authors such as Austin Mahone, Shamna Kasim, Mammootty, Akshay Kumar, Christopher Hitchens. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I promoted myself on Twitter and Facebook as hard as possible, nonstop. People started realizing that if they commented on my videos, I’d reply to their comment, so I started getting a lot more views and comments.
When people question me too much, I generally ask them if such rules are applicable to someone like actor Mammootty. They reply, Mammootty is a man and you are a woman. You aren’t supposed to do certain things.’ And I go like, Why not? Are there separate rules for Muslim men and women?’
I don’t want to get embroiled in any controversy. At the same time, I want to take part in those conversations that are meaningful. I have not entrusted anyone to reply on behalf or react to any issue pertaining to me.
On every birthday, I ask my wife, ‘What would you like this year?’ and her instant reply is, ‘Diamonds! Diamonds! Diamonds!’ I’m always living in hope that one day she’ll say she just wants me!
To the dumb question, ‘Why me?’ the cosmos barely bothers to return the reply, ‘Why not?’
A wise man is superior to any insults which can be put upon him, and the best reply to unseemly behavior is patience and moderation.
A review was published in Nature, very scathing, essentially calling me incompetent, though they didn’t use that word. I am putting a reply on my Web site in a few days, where I go through their arguments, paragraph by paragraph.
To those who cynically say today that liberal democracy would be ‘obsolete,’ I reply: liberal democracy, human rights, freedom of the press and the rule of law were the right way, are the right way, and will be the right way.
I get a ton of scam emails. But instead of deleting them, I decided to hit reply.
We did some research that showed that the very first word of your message that you send a girl – when we looked at men sending messages to women – the very first word can have a tremendous… can have a very accurate prediction of whether you’re going to get a reply.
Sometimes I’ll go on a Twitter spree and reply as much as I can. Talking to my fans is so much fun even if it is in 140 characters or less.
There are many times when a woman will ask another girl friend how she likes her new hat. She will reply, ‘Fine,’ but slap her hand to her forehead the minute the girl leaves to yipe, ‘What a horror!’
Sometimes, the best way to handle all the nasty comments is to send a snappy reply to one particularly foul one. Trolls need to know that if they are rude, they may be made an example of.
My co-stars call me selfish. They say, ‘You are only interested in yourself and what you are only interested is yourself and what you are doing in front of the camera.’ I reply, ‘I can’t help it; it’s what got me where I am.’
When the journalists asked Gene, ‘Why didn’t you marry the beautiful girl in ‘The Woman in Red’?’ he would always reply, ‘I did!’
I would say if you’re getting hate on social media, just don’t reply.
I read pretty much every tweet that’s sent to me and often reply.
Abortion opponents say women seek abortions in haste and confusion. Pro-choicers reply: Abortion is the most difficult, agonizing decision a woman ever makes.
The usual complaint is, ‘I have no other way of earning a living.’ The harsh reply can be, ‘Do you have to live?’
Nobody in the developing world is going to take, as an answer to their aspirations, the developed world’s reply: ‘Sorry, you can’t; we’ve already used it all up.’ To earn the right to look the developing world in the eye and start this conversation, we need a reassessment of how we live and what we want.
The funniest thing a man has ever said to me… I once recieved a text message that said, ‘Fancy a cuddle-slash-wrestle?’ It’s just so awful Obviously I didn’t reply.
My mother tells this joke about how when I was little I used to say, ‘Mummy, all I want is a stable home!’ and she’d reply, ‘That’s all right, darling, we’ll buy you a stable.’
In reply, I can only plead that a discovery which seems to contradict the general tenor of previous investigations is naturally received with much hesitation.
When finally I mustered the courage to tell a novelist friend that I was talking to editors about a biography, her reply was, ‘Oh, that’s okay. That’s not a real book.’
I learned playing cello in ‘Cantabile’ and Go in ‘Reply 1988.’ In ‘Moonlight Drawn by Clouds,’ I learned horse riding and Geomungo. It’s fun to learn new things.
There are those, I know, who will reply that the liberation of humanity, the freedom of man and mind, is nothing but a dream. They are right. It is. It is the American Dream.
Imagination allows us to escape the predictable. It enables us to reply to the common wisdom that we cannot soar by saying, ‘Just watch!’
What can you do if they have slapped you with a legal notice? You have to reply. For all you know, they have taken you to jail or something.
Whenever I am asked about my personal relationships, I politely reply, ‘No comments.’
Apparently, there are as many as 880 spoken languages in India, out of which 31 languages have been given an official status. To hear, decode, process, understand, speak, wait for the next person to decode your message, process, understand and then reply is to have a conversation.
I believe social media gives away a lot to people. I got this impression long time back when my friend was on Twitter, and he got trolled because he posted his opinion about something. He was very upset about it, as he didn’t expect that people will reply in such a nasty way.
Fortunately, I’ve done so many interviews that I’ve become very good at detecting when someone is giving a less-than-candid reply.
If one person reaches out to me, who am I not to reach back? Even if it takes me a year to reply, they do get that message and they feel it.
People ask me all the time, ‘Why don’t don’t you ever do drum clinics?’ And my reply is always that I like playing music; I want to play with a band.
I. cannot stoop to reply to the folly and the slander of every poor Tory partisan who assails me, and I should not have noticed you but for the fact that you are a member of the House of Commons.
I’ll be glad to reply to or dodge your questions, depending on what I think will help our election most.
I think it’s essential to engage with your followers. I always used to email bloggers, and no one ever replied, so I try to reply to every comment and question, and although sometimes I regret it when I’m sat on Instagram til 3 A.M., it’s worth it.
People tell me they open my e-mails first, because they aren’t demands and you don’t need to reply. They’re simply for pleasure.
My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, ‘You’re tearing up the grass’; ‘We’re not raising grass,’ Dad would reply. ‘We’re raising boys.’
If you’re ever bcc’d, do not go near ‘reply all.’ ‘Bcc’ is ‘blind carbon copy.’ It means you’re a fly on the wall, dude! If you hit reply all, it’s beyond bad etiquette to out the person who gave you the superpower of invisibility. It’s like screaming, ‘I’m a spy!’
Young readers are the most challenging, demanding, and rewarding of audiences. Adults often ask why I write for the younger set. My reply: ‘I can’t think of anyone I’d rather write for.’
I joined Twitter and you read a lot of the comments. You’re biting your lip and you want to reply but you know a headline will be made from it and you don’t want to give people the satisfaction.
My mother, Yolanda, was a little girl who never grew up, and sometimes we would laugh, and I would say things like, ‘Okay, so now it looks like I am your mother and you are my daughter,’ to which she would reply, ‘Well, yes. Handle it and pamper me.’
I have to laugh when I receive newsletters from major personalities and when you hit reply, you get a ‘do-not-reply’ address. It’s ridiculous! Don’t you want your customers to reply to you?
I told them that I cannot lie when a writer asks me what’s my feeling not doing the game. I said I have to be honest. And my honest reply to you is, obviously, I’m a loyal team player. I will go where my bosses tell me to go.
When people ask me if I am a feminist film maker, I reply I am a woman and I also make films.
Nowadays, people don’t ask you how you are, they say, ‘Are you busy?’ meaning, ‘Are you well?’ If someone actually does ask you how you are, the most cheerful answer, of course, is a robust ‘Busy!’ to which the person will reply ‘Good!’
Any woman who has ever worked in a gutsy male environment knows that the correct response to a randy remark is an even more salacious retort. But timid feminists don’t see it that way. To them, the proper reply is a lawsuit – that safe, modern version of the old slap in the face.
One day Mani Sir called me to his office and narrated the script of ‘Raavan.’ He then asked me how good my Hindi is. When I told him that it’s quite good, he asked one of his assistant directors to talk to me in Hindi and I was asked only to reply in Hindi.
Theirs is not to make reply: Theirs is not to reason why: Theirs is but to do and die.
A five minute call replaces the time it takes to read and reply to the original email and read and reply to their reply… or replies. And I no longer spend 20+ minutes crafting the perfect email – no need to.
I’ve never written a children’s book, but when people meet me for the first time and I say I write books, they invariably reply, ‘Children’s books?’ Maybe it’s something about my face.
Young people, even in Hollywood, ask me, ‘Were you really married to Humphrey Bogart?’ ‘Well, yes, I think I was,’ I reply.
Word of mouth works now, much more than ever. @-reply every single person.
Silence is true wisdom’s best reply.
My very first movie, ‘Mary Poppins,’ which I talk about, it just turned me into an obsessive, creative creature who had to sort of reply to the experience by drawing things, making things. It was like it forced – it made me into this obsessive, creative creature… I don’t know any other way of putting it.
Your skin and your face is a mirror to your soul. When people ask me why I’m looking so good, I reply, ‘My heart is happy.’
I finally had to go to the American Civil Liberties Union here in northern California to get my reply published to what I considered to be a hatchet job done by Stanley Crouch.
People come up to me and say, ‘Can I just thank you for writing my life?’ And I reply, ‘I’m glad someone else is as idiotic as I am.’
If terrorism tries to dent the security of this country and its sovereignty, we will give it a befitting reply.
People say, ‘I’m only suing for the principle of the thing,’ and I reply that I can’t give you principle – only money.
There are few circumstances which so strongly distinguish the philosopher, as the calmness with which he can reply to criticisms he may think undeservedly severe.
The reason I was able to grow my business was that every day, after producing 30 minutes of wine television, I spent 15 hours a day replying to every single person’s e-mail and every single person’s Twitter @ reply.
It’s notoriously difficult to get actors to go on record speaking about other actors. Such requests are usually met with terse replies from publicists explaining that their clients are on set and too busy to reply.
Whenever someone says zygotes are babies, I reply: ‘Imagine a thousand zygotes in test tubes in one room, and three toddlers in another. A fire breaks out, and you only have time to get to one room. Which would you save from burning – the zygotes or the children?’
We try and reply to as many fans as we can, especially on Twitter.
When I read something saying I’ve not done anything as good as ‘Catch-22’ I’m tempted to reply, ‘Who has?’
I get home from work at six or seven. When I’m busy, I set my alarm for three, get out of bed at quarter past three. I have a cup of tea and read a magazine and take the dogs for a walk up the lane. Go through my text messages and reply to anything that needs it, then get my biking gear on ready to cycle to work.
Listen with the intent to understand, not the intent to reply.
I’m exceptionally email un-savvy, so to reply to my emails is like a torture. It’s like literally, half of all my emails, I get my secretary to type out for me. And the personal ones, I avoid and just pick up the phone and call them.
They say, ‘Nothing can be done here!’ I reply, ‘I know no such word in the vocabulary I adopt!’
I don’t want people to say, ‘So, what do you think about that Cher?’ and for them to reply, ‘She’s okay.’ Okay is not good enough. I want them to either love me or to completely despise me – I mean, call me all the names under the sun. I love it.
Fifteen years ago, France was the promised land of cooking. So I looked at a map, found five restaurants and faxed them to ask for a job. Within five minutes, I got a reply from the then three- star Le Jardin des Sens in Montpellier.
Initially when I was working on TV, people would ask why I’m not trying for films. My reply was that I was enjoying TV and had no reason to shift.
Our relationship is very good. When Ibra gets annoyed, I prefer not to reply because I know how he can react. I prefer to calmly count to ten.
But you answer, that the Constitution recognizes property in slaves. It would be sufficient, then, to reply, that this constitutional recognition must be void, because it is repugnant to the law of nature and of nations.
Man, I used to go around and think, ‘Oh my God, what must it be like to be going down the street, and someone asks you, ‘What’s your name?’ and the reply would be, ‘John Coltrane.’ I couldn’t imagine what that would be like.