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A Quote by Mr. on normal, norm, weird, and group norms

One groups normal is another groups weird.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Mr. Prophet

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by Mr. on unique, weird, strange, different, and definitions

A man sees things from a different light and has to fight for what he believes in. Is he wrong for not wanting to belong or is the real wrong the way that others treat him? Is the man weird, strange, different or is he unique?

Mr. Prophet

Source: Song : "Unique" By Mr. Prophet

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by unknown on im, not, weird, and unique

I'm not weird; I'm Unique!

unknown

Contributed by: Jessenia

A Quote by Sarah Palermo on differences, weird, and being yourself

Being 'weird' is one of the most best complements you could ever give someone. If no one in the world was weird, everything would be normal, and that's boring. Be different. Stand out. Be the sore thumb that got hammered a couple times by a heavy mallet. Be that sole bird that's flying in the exact opposite direction everyone else is and hasn't a clue it's winter.

Sarah Palermo

Contributed by: Sarah

A Quote by Sarah Palermo on differences, weird, and being yourself

Being 'weird' is one of the most best complements you could ever give someone. If no one in the world was weird, everything would be normal, and that's boring. Be different. Stand out. Be the sore thumb that got hammered a couple times by a heavy mallet. Be that sole bird that's flying in the exact opposite direction everyone else is and hasn't a clue it's winter.

Sarah Palermo

Contributed by: Sarah

A Quote by Meagan L. Harman on weird, chicken, chickens, feathers, road, roads, and crosses

You are like the chicken who crosses the road: Your going to lose your tail feathers just to get to the other side. ;}

Meagan Harman

Contributed by: Meg

A Quote by John Eliot on genius, crazy, wild, weird, and exceptional

Anyone who strays too far from the majority view or the conventional wisdom is bound to be labeled “arrogant,” “a maverick,” “a Wildman,” “weird,” or even “crazy.”

If you really want to break from the pack, you have to risk being perceived to be as eccentric as these people. You have to think exception-ally—a LOT! 

John Eliot

Source: Overachievement: The New Model for Exceptional Performance

Contributed by: Brian

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