Unlucky Quotes

40 Unlucky Quotes

  • The unfortunate are always egotistical. – Benjamin Disraeli


  • The unfortunate do not pity the unfortunate. – Josh Billings


  • I’m the luckiest unlucky person. – Tig Notaro


  • It’s unfortunate, you know, that you can’t change people’s – habits, their personal habits. – Linda McMahon


  • I never thought of myself as unlucky. When you aim high, it’s tough to get there unless something really fortunate happens. – Henry Cavill


  • My only feeling about superstition is that it’s unlucky to be behind at the end of the game. – Duffy Daugherty


  • It is unlucky to sound off about happiness. – Yi Ching


  • The unfortunate need people who will be kind to them; the prosperous need people to be kind to. – Aristotle


  • The brave unfortunate are our best acquaintance. – Francis of Assisi


  • It’s unfortunate that in an interview sometimes things can seem so black and white. – Gisele Bundchen


  • The most unlucky generation is the one which couldn’t produce a hero to look upto. – Amit Kalantri


  • The unfortunate thing about worldliness is that its rewards are rather less than its appetites. – Phyllis Bottome


  • But like so many unfortunate events in life, just because you don’t understand it doesn’t mean it isn’t so. – Lemony Snicket


  • I’m an unlucky charm… don’t go anywhere with me. – Sophie Turner


  • It’s always unfortunate when something gets misreported and the facts are not clear. – Roger Goodell


  • It is the nature of the unfortunate to be spiteful, and to envy those who are well to do. – Plautus


  • How unfortunate, considering I have decided to loathe him for eternity. – Jane Austen


  • It’s unfortunate that sometimes in schools, there’s this need to have things quantified and graded. – Rita Dove


  • An unlucky rich man is more capable of satisfying his desires and of riding out disaster when it strikes, but a lucky man is better off than him…He is the one who deserves to be described as happy. But until he is dead, you had better refrain from calling him happy, and just call him fortunate. – Solon


  • He is so unlucky that he runs into accidents which start out to happen to somebody else. – Don Marquis


  • As I was born to be unfortunate, my sun soon clouded. – Deborah Sampson


  • It’s extremely unlucky to be superstitious, for no other reason than it is always unlucky to be colossally stupid. – Stephen Fry


  • Unlucky people are stuck in routines. When they see something new, they want no part of it. Lucky people always want something new. They’re prepared to take risks and relaxed enough to see the opportunities in the first place. – Richard Wiseman


  • How unfortunate it is to be constrained by what people might say at our funeral or on our gravestone. – Lawrence Fagg


  • How unfortunate is the guy who does not live in the extravagant memory of an infatuated young woman. – Unknown


  • Look at those they call unfortunate and at a closer view, you’ll find many of them are unwise. – Andrew Young


  • I prefer unlucky things. Luck is vulgar. Who wants what luck would bring? I don’t. – D. H. Lawrence


  • The most unfortunate thing that happens to a person who fears failure is that he limits himself by becoming afraid to try anything new. – Leo Buscaglia


  • It is an unfortunate human failing that a full pocketbook often groans more loudly than an empty stomach. – Franklin D. Roosevelt


  • An unfortunate thing about this world is that the good habits are much easier to give up than the bad ones. – W. Somerset Maugham


  • Unfortunate. Unfortunate. Sometimes people struggling for freedom lose their way. – Jesse Jackson


  • There is an unlucky tendency … to allow every new invention to add to life’s complications, and every new power to increase life’s hustling; so that, unless we can dominate the mischief, we are really the worse off instead of the better. – Vernon Lee


  • Sometimes what might seem to be a series of unfortunate events may be the first steps of a beautiful journey. – Anonymous


  • He had the unlucky capacity many men have of seeing and believing in the possibility of goodness and truth, but of seeing the evil and falsehood of life too clearly to take any serious part in it. – Leo Tolstoy


  • If you’re unlucky enough not to have alcoholic parents, it takes you a whole lifetime of intoxication to overcome the dead weight of their virtues. – Emile M. Cioran


  • Unfortunate and wretched are those who have respected a book they did not love and hated those they did. – Milorad Pavic


  • It’s unfortunate biologically we have to sleep. – Aaron Levie


  • If lucky be not proud; if unlucky, do not despond. – Decimius Magnus Ausonius


  • I’m one of those unlucky people who had a happy childhood. – Jonathan Coe


  • Sometimes even in most unfortunate of lives there will occur a moment or two of good. – Daniel Handler





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