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The 14 best celebrity quotes of 2014

The 14 best celebrity quotes of 2014

In their own words.

From TheJournal.ie 'How was this woman told her baby was dead, but there's a heartbeat?': The week in quotes

'How was this woman told her baby was dead, but there's a heartbeat?': The week in quotes

“It saddens me to be part of a parliament that created legislation that would bring about the type of grief that I heard explained to me yesterday.”

From TheJournal.ie 'No person is perfect, no government is perfect, nor am I': The week in quotes Say That Again

'No person is perfect, no government is perfect, nor am I': The week in quotes

“To be honest, it feels a little bit like coming home.”

From TheJournal.ie 'The Taoiseach is deluded and no one takes him seriously': The week in quotes Say That Again

'The Taoiseach is deluded and no one takes him seriously': The week in quotes

“The turtle will receive her own boarding pass.”

From TheJournal.ie This 1910 story proves that some people REALLY love their dogs

This 1910 story proves that some people REALLY love their dogs

He was an Irish terrier…

From TheJournal.ie 'The only person that would have done this is some sort of an anti-Christ': The week in quotes Say What?

'The only person that would have done this is some sort of an anti-Christ': The week in quotes

“I turned this way, house was on a blazer. I ran up, and I caught the baby.”

From TheJournal.ie 'He saved my life because he pushed my head out of the way with his knee': The week in quotes Say What?

'He saved my life because he pushed my head out of the way with his knee': The week in quotes

“Why do people do this? It’s ghoulish, thoughtless and extremely distasteful.”

From TheJournal.ie 'People are literally terrified. Can you please reassure them?': The week in quotes Say That Again

'People are literally terrified. Can you please reassure them?': The week in quotes

“If you want to have a history debate, pal, I’ll see you after this – now it’s not a thick you’re talking to.”

From TheJournal.ie 'You’ll be found dead in a ditch with a bullet in the back of your head': The week in quotes Say That Again

'You’ll be found dead in a ditch with a bullet in the back of your head': The week in quotes

“Hearing him say a full sentence triggered something in me to know where this violence comes from.”

From TheJournal.ie ''Call an ambulance, I've been stabbed' were his last words to me': The week in quotes Say That Again
From TheJournal.ie 'I had to believe she was alive': The week in quotes Say That Again

'I had to believe she was alive': The week in quotes

“We will be vigilant but we will not run scared.”

From TheJournal.ie 'What if I had answered? Was he calling to say goodbye?': The week in quotes Say That Again

'What if I had answered? Was he calling to say goodbye?': The week in quotes

“We don’t buy ‘likes’. We don’t know how to buy ‘likes’.”

From TheJournal.ie Grubby debacles and unravelling stories: The week in quotes Say That Again

Grubby debacles and unravelling stories: The week in quotes

“Dhara was a very professional lady, she was very dignified. Hopefully she’s looking down proud.”

From TheJournal.ie Puke football and pengwings: The week in quotes Say That Again

Puke football and pengwings: The week in quotes

“There can be no doubt that a life defined by those three bleak words ‘no fixed address’ is a life deprived of the most basic entitlements that most citizens take so much for granted.”

From TheJournal.ie Washing teeth and vainglorious traitors: The week in quotes Say That Again

Washing teeth and vainglorious traitors: The week in quotes

A few years ago, users of Internet services began to realize that when an online service is free, you’re not the customer. You’re the product.

From TheJournal.ie Basic Instinct, big boys, and my ego: The week in quotes Say That Again

Basic Instinct, big boys, and my ego: The week in quotes

“I don’t want to be remembered as a man of war, I want to be remembered as a man of peace.”

From TheJournal.ie Paddy whackery, colleens on parade, and dead geckos: It's the week in quotes Say That Again

Paddy whackery, colleens on parade, and dead geckos: It's the week in quotes

“They are advertising, slickly produced pseudo snuff movies and we want no part in them should they come up.”

From TheJournal.ie A tan suit in a White House and dreams of home: The week in quotes Say That Again

A tan suit in a White House and dreams of home: The week in quotes

“I remember going to the mall with Dad, a very long bike ride with Mom. I remember so many great family times that take me away from this prison.”

From TheJournal.ie Standing tall and stopping an unjust aggressor: The week in quotes Say That Again

Standing tall and stopping an unjust aggressor: The week in quotes

“They’re supposed to protect the American citizens, but they’re fighting a war with unarmed citizens.”

From TheJournal.ie A complete shambles and Genie, you're free: The week in quotes

A complete shambles and Genie, you're free: The week in quotes

“Why does a Missouri town of 21,000 need a police force more heavily armed than the mid-1980s Royal Ulster Constabulary?”

From TheJournal.ie Noble causes and the end of the emergency: The week in quotes Say That Again

Noble causes and the end of the emergency: The week in quotes

“We can act, carefully and responsibly to prevent a potential act of genocide.”

From TheJournal.ie Pains in the bum and enormous courage: The week in quotes Say That Again

Pains in the bum and enormous courage: The week in quotes

“Well, I’d prefer if the United Nations started shelling Israel.”

From TheJournal.ie Damaged, hurting, and eating lamb kebabs: The week in quotes Say That Again

Damaged, hurting, and eating lamb kebabs: The week in quotes

“Having health interest groups attack me and weaken me is not good for health or people who need to use our health services.”

From TheJournal.ie An episode of Father Ted and dispossessing of lollipops: The week in quotes Say That Again

An episode of Father Ted and dispossessing of lollipops: The week in quotes

“All I see is my mother’s face and I hear her voice. She always said things happen for a reason and for the right reason.”

From TheJournal.ie Funerals without corpses and rolling around in sugar: The week in quotes Say That Again

Funerals without corpses and rolling around in sugar: The week in quotes

“I’m not sure if I’m able to turn the poison chalice into sweet wine.”

From TheJournal.ie Arsonists blaming the fire brigade and difficult jobs: The week in quotes Say That Again

Arsonists blaming the fire brigade and difficult jobs: The week in quotes

“Ours is a wealthier nation now, though it doesn’t always feel that way.”

From TheJournal.ie Browsing the internet on cups and catastrophic mistakes: The week in quotes Say That Again

Browsing the internet on cups and catastrophic mistakes: The week in quotes

“We can no longer afford to accept our harmful relationship with alcohol as the norm.”

From TheJournal.ie Kangaroo courts and guns on the table: The week in quotes Say That Again

Kangaroo courts and guns on the table: The week in quotes

“You may be smiling minister, but I’m going to hit you between the eyes… in relation to facts and statistics.”

From TheJournal.ie Inter-planetary competitions and making a balls of it: The week in quotes Say That Again

Inter-planetary competitions and making a balls of it: The week in quotes

“They should be marked and then left to rest in peace.”

From TheJournal.ie A darker past and Jesus, there's a lump there: The week in quotes Say That Again

A darker past and Jesus, there's a lump there: The week in quotes

“These revelations are a reminder of our darker past where children were far from cherished.”

7 everyday items you're definitely calling the wrong name

And you hadn’t the clue, the entire damn time.

From TheJournal.ie The sight of cranes and the Third Secret of Fatima: The week in quotes Say That Again

The sight of cranes and the Third Secret of Fatima: The week in quotes

“We have to keep our fiscal shape. Otherwise all the sacrifices people have made – and they have made a lot of sacrifices – will be for naught.”

From TheJournal.ie Taking a shellacking and going to get a kebab: The week in quotes Say That Again

Taking a shellacking and going to get a kebab: The week in quotes

“He’s trying to get money to make the city and world a better place, so people should stop cursing at him.”

From TheJournal.ie Collecting furniture and auditioning for The Walking Dead: The week in quotes Say That Again

Collecting furniture and auditioning for The Walking Dead: The week in quotes

“The crisis has exacted a huge toll on the Irish people.”

From TheJournal.ie Burying the blue dress and sending turkeys to Europe: The week in quotes Say That Again

Burying the blue dress and sending turkeys to Europe: The week in quotes

“We must now enter a new era of policing in this country.”

From TheJournal.ie A typical rapier and the elephant in the room: The week in quotes Say That Again

A typical rapier and the elephant in the room: The week in quotes

It’s okay touching the shoulder, isn’t it? It’s one of the safe areas?

From TheJournal.ie A third world war and a low class of criminal: The week in quotes Say That Again

A third world war and a low class of criminal: The week in quotes

“When Michaela wakes for a bottle I knock on the engine to warm up the car.”

From TheJournal.ie Our worst fears and a lack of editorial judgement: The week in quotes Say That Again

Our worst fears and a lack of editorial judgement: The week in quotes

“This has, unsurprisingly, caused considerable offence.”

From TheJournal.ie Shadows of the past and the most bonkers of all of us: The week in quotes Say That Again

Shadows of the past and the most bonkers of all of us: The week in quotes

Ulster Bank have moved their customer care centre down to the Four Courts.

From TheJournal.ie Unfortunate use of words and political damage: The week in quotes Say That Again

Unfortunate use of words and political damage: The week in quotes

“I’m gonna eat. I’m going to eat loads of food and drink a few pints and spent a lot of time with the family.”