Laura Fraser Quotes

Top 18 wise famous quotes and sayings by Laura Fraser

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Laura Fraser quotes: Traditionally I'm not a very good secret-keeper. Traditionally I'm not a very good secret-keeper.
Laura Fraser quotes: All those stories need different endings - which is possible because it's my life and I do have the privelege of being able to write the story. All those stories need different endings - which is possible because it's my life and I do have the privelege of being able to write the story.
Laura Fraser quotes: I have to admit I can be pretty high strung and tightly wound. I have to admit I can be pretty high strung and tightly wound.
Laura Fraser quotes: You don't put milk in chamomile tea - that's disgusting behavior! That's not right. You don't put milk in chamomile tea - that's disgusting behavior! That's not right.
Laura Fraser quotes: English is a beautiful language, a remarkably precise language with a million words to choose from to deliver your exact shade of meaning. English is a beautiful language, a remarkably precise language with a million words to choose from to deliver your exact shade of meaning.
Laura Fraser quotes: The fundamental condition of man is his verticality. The fundamental condition of man is his verticality.
Laura Fraser quotes: I'm not a long-term member of the 'Breaking Bad' family. I'm not a long-term member of the 'Breaking Bad' family.
Laura Fraser quotes: London on your own actually seems more exotic than Egypt on a tour. London on your own actually seems more exotic than Egypt on a tour.
Laura Fraser quotes: It isn't such a bad thing to always know that someone on the other side of the world cares about you. It isn't such a bad thing to always know that someone on the other side of the world cares about you.
Laura Fraser quotes: Both of my parents had a change of career. My mum was a nurse, and now she's a college lecturer. Both of my parents had a change of career. My mum was a nurse, and now she's a college lecturer.
Laura Fraser quotes: It's mad what each generation vilifies. It's not necessarily to do with logic. It's mad what each generation vilifies. It's not necessarily to do with logic.