Trying To Fit In Quotes by Kristen Bell, Nasim Pedrad, Dolly Parton, Dr. Seuss, Bernard Baruch, R. J. Palacio and many others.
Here’s why I like geek culture: People like what they like because they like it. They’re not trying to fit into any mainstream likes or dislikes.
I knew at a young age that I wanted to do comedy, and maybe part of that was trying to fit in at school because I had a weird name, and my parents had these accents, and I was definitely a late bloomer.
You gotta keep trying to find your niche and trying to fit into whatever slot that’s left for you or to make one of your own.
Why fit in when you were born to stand out?
Those who matter don’t mind, and those who mind don’t matter.
You can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.
I was just trying to fit in to the stereotype American dream, exactly what my parents and everyone expected of me, i met someone who’s — who’s awesome, you know, we got along good.
We’re all just trying to fit in and find ourselves, particularly when we’re growing up.
At school, I was this tomboy kid who just loved to hang out with her friends and learn curse words, trying to fit in with the cool kids and defending all the kids who got picked on.
In the story, I think as an actor you’re just trying to fit into the world.
I think dressing nowadays went from trying to fit in to wearing something to try to stick out.
Misfits need a place to get away, too. All that trying to fit in is exhausting.
I’d spent so long trying to fit in,trying to be someone i wasn’t,that i had no idea who i was any more.
The music I make is very underground-sounding, it doesn’t sound like it goes into the charts. It doesn’t sound like it’s trying to fit into today’s style. So I think I have already a vibrating tool to an art form that isn’t the mainstream. I’m very outside of the mainstream in my taste of music.
I was trying to fit in for so long, until about Junior year of high school when I realized that trying to fit into this one image of perfection was never going to make me happy.
I’m not trying to fit in with nobody. I’m just me.
Live. How many of us need to be reminded that living has nothing to do with trying to be as good as someone else, or trying to fit into some category, or filling in the blanks on some stupid checklist. That it has nothing to do with punishing yourself for past mistakes.