— Sam Donaldson American journalist 1934
Context: My name is Sam Donaldson and I've got a message for you. News ain't just for the white man, it's for the bros and sisters too. As quoted in "Respek" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0508526/ (18 July 2004), Da Ali G Show.
„Most of the time—and this includes naps—I'm an F-18, bro, and I will destroy you in the air, and I will deploy my ordnance to the ground.“
— Charlie Sheen American film and television actor 1965
— Stephenie Meyer American author 1973
Ian and Kyle O'Shea, about Wanderer, p. 376
„I never joined the army because "at ease" never seemed that easy to me. It seemed rather uptight, still. I do not relax by putting my arms behind my back and parting my legs slightly, that does not equal ease to me. At ease is not being in the military. I'm eased bro, cause I'm not in the military.“
— Mitch Hedberg American stand-up comedian 1968 - 2005
„So the next time someone tries to tell you about how the true losses of this war are "our innocence" or "part of our humanity"... Whatever, bro. Tell it to the whales.“
— Max Brooks American author 1972
Context: You wanna know who lost World War Z? Whales. I guess they never really had a chance, not with several million hungry boat people and half the world's navies converted to fishing fleets. [... ] So the next time someone tries to tell you about how the true losses of this war are "our innocence" or "part of our humanity"... Whatever, bro. Tell it to the whales.
„And my name is Iwata. I'm about making games and I'm about playing games. Last night, I played Super Smash Bros. That's my game. I kicked some... you know what and I took his name. His name was Reggie. As Nintendo president, I'm also all about asking questions. So Reggie, I have a question for you: Who's your daddy?“
— Satoru Iwata Japanese video game programmer and businessman 1959 - 2015
Referring to Reggie Fils-Aime's opening comments at E³ 2004 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRAeKepPDX8
„Love me or leave me, baby. Don't lead me on, with loving like yours? Believe me, I'm better off. I"m better off alone.“
— Michelle Branch American singer-songwriter and guitarist 1983
" Love Me Like That http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/michellebranch/lovemelikethat.html"
— Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games