— Ernst Ludwig Kirchner German painter, sculptor, engraver and printmaker 1880 - 1938
German original version: (schön wäre es, wenn Sie mich nicht Expressionisten nennen würden. Ich bin wirklich keiner.] Quote from Kirchner's handwritten addendum in his letter to , 20 October, 1927; from GB vol. 2, no. 411, p. 497; as cited by Peter H. Fox in Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's Shadow; from the digital archive Loss and Restitution: The Story of the Grunwald Family Collection by the Hammer Museum
„No I don't believe you
When you say don't come around here no more.
I want to remind you,
You said we wouldn't be apart.
No, I don't believe you
When you say you don't need me anymore.
So don't pretend
To not love me at all.“
— Pink (singer) American singer-songwriter 1979
I Don't Believe You, written by Pink and Max Martin
— Redd Foxx American comedian and actor 1922 - 1991
As quoted in More Sex Talk : A New Collection of Ribald, Raunchy, and Provocative Quotations (2002) by James Wolfe, p. 114; similar lines were also used in the comedic routines of Rodney Dangerfield.
„!... What was that?! What the hell was that?! What did you just throw at me?!... [I] wasn't ready for that! Jeezus! Calm down!“
— Markiplier American YouTuber and Internet personality 1989
— Robert Menzies Australian politician, 12th Prime Minister of Australia 1894 - 1978
— Demi Lovato American singer, songwriter, actress, and author 1992
— Dave Attell comedian 1965
Context: I'm sorry, was that homophobic? No--I think it was, 'cause I hear that a lot. Dave, What?, You're talking about being gay. You probably secretly are gay. And I'm like listen voice in my head, I'm not! HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU WOULDN'T LIKE IT? HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU WOULDN'T LIKE IT? I know I wouldn't like it, other scarier voice in my head! 'Cause one time while making a sandwich, a cucumber went up my ass. Three times.