Chuck Palahniuk

A Quote by Chuck Palahniuk on rabies, symptoms, teenagers, and brooding

Sean Gardner: The symptoms are brooding and antisocial behavior, isolation alternating with fits of hostile aggression.  If the CDC treated every teenager that showed those symptoms... Well, no government has that much money.

Chuck Palahniuk

Source: Rant: An Oral Biography of Buster Casey

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A Quote by Chuck Palahniuk

On a large enough time line, the survival rate for everyone will drop to zero.

Chuck Palahniuk

Source: Fight Club: A Novel

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A Quote by Chuck Palahniuk

I just don't want to die without a few scars, I say.  It's nothing anymore to have a beautiful stock body.  You see those cars that are comletely stock cherry, right out of a dealer's showroom in 1955, I always think, what a waste. 

Chuck Palahniuk

Source: Fight Club: A Novel, Pages: 48

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A Quote by Chuck Palahniuk

Fight club isn't about winning or losing fights.  Fight club isn't about words.  You see a guy come to fight club for the first time, and his ass is a loaf of white bread.  You see this same guy here six months later, and he looks carved out of wood.  This guy trusts himself ot handle anything.  There's grunting and noise at fight club like at the gym, but fight club isn't about looking good.  There's hysterical shouting in tongues like at church, and when you wake up Sunday afternoon you feel saved...Nothing was solved when the fight was over, but nothing mattered. 

Chuck Palahniuk

Source: Fight Club: A Novel, Pages: 51, 53

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A Quote by Chuck Palahniuk

Marla's philospohy of life, she told me, is that she can die at any moment.  The tragedy of her life is that she doesn't. 

Chuck Palahniuk

Source: Fight Club: A Novel

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A Quote by Chuck Palahniuk

Raymond K.K. Hessel, your dinner is going to taste better than any meal you've ever eaten, and tomorrow will the most beautiful day of your entire life. 

Chuck Palahniuk

Source: Fight Club: A Novel, Pages: 155

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