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Top 35 No Text No Call Quotes

It’s just a text, not even a call. If you want to talk, then call me. Texting is for quick messages- it shouldn’t be used to replace talking on the phone. The noise of your voice is more personal and allows the speaker to know what you’re feeling. All in all, no one should be texting if they’re trying to get in touch with someone- it’s like you’re trying to use words instead of facial expressions and body language.

Top 35 No Text No Call Quotes

1. “No one calls anymore, they just text. It’s way easier.” – Kai Michaels

2. “It felt at that moment unarguable that a horizon line might exert as potent or pull upon the mind as a mountain’s summit.” – Robert Macfarlane

3. “I text nonstop, and I love emoji. I’m also on the phone quite a bit for work – probably more than 10 calls per day.” – Evan Spiegel

4. “I think that Ionesco’s greatest weapon is that he’s able to make us laugh at the darkest corners of our souls.” – Geoffrey Rush

5. “At the end of the day, I’m very convinced that you’re going to be judged on how you are as a husband and as a father and not on how many bowl games we won.” – Urban Meyer

6. “Birthing is the most profound initiation to spirituality a woman can have.” – Robin Lim

7. “When we agree to meet with friends, have drinks, dinner, and watch a movie on a Friday evening, we incur coordination costs. All the emails, text messages, and phone calls that are required to arrange a social evening are the coordination costs.” – David J. Anderson

8. “He has a frightening aversion to text messaging in general. It’s a phone. It’s for making calls, not for writing novels.” – Patrick Carman

9. “Thank you to my family, my fans and fans of other teams for their support. The NFL is a fraternity of brothers and I am thankful for the tweets, phone calls and text messages from my fellow players. God Bless everyone and thank u so much.” – Adrian Peterson

10. “Phone calls are much more personal than texting and then when you get a girl on the phone, it’s like you ask a question and you get a response back. For a text message, they can read it and get back to it whenever they want to. So that makes a difference, almost like a power play in a way.” – Michael B. Jordan

11. “A lot of times people will say, ‘Well, gosh, you’re really good; you should try acting!’ And I say, ‘Come on! I’m thesping my little guts out over here.” – Jim Cummings

12. “Jelani hasn’t stopped calling and text messaging me since Thursday. Every day there have been more than twenty calls, a dozen voicemails, damn near hundreds of text messages, and only God knows how many times he IM’d me because I haven’t logged in out of fear.” – Jessica N. Watkins

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13. “For my daughter I would suffer through a thousand divorces, a million uncomfortable phone calls, a trillion emotionally fraught text messages.” – Jeffrey Zeldman

14. “The Olympics will be great for the growth of golf on a global scale, but my focus right now is on being the best player I can be, trying to win Major Championships and contributing to what will hopefully be a victorious European side at the forthcoming Ryder Cup Matches against the USA.” – Rory McIlroy

15. “These ‘free’ applications ask for permission to read your emails, your text messages, listen to your phone calls, record video from your phone. Why else would someone spend millions developing an application which they then give away? Kind-hearted, maybe? Get real.” – John McAfee

16. “He thought of his wife, of his son, of his youth. He thought of life. He thought of death and then he thought of life again.” – Teodor Flonta

17. “The more I took note of how my body and brain clicked along through the day, the more I realized that I spent a considerable amount of time banging around with a brain full of chatter; a rush of things to do, bills to pay, telephone calls, text messages, e-mails, worrying about my job or my looks, my boobs or my ass; I rushed from thing to thing, multitasking, triple-timing, hoping to cover all the bases, avoiding anything that might disrupt the schedule or routine.

At times, I was so caught up in the tempo and pattern, the predictable tap, tap, tap of each day, that there was no time to notice the neighbors had moved out, the wind was sneaking in from the north, the sun was shifting on its axis, and tonight the moon would look like the milky residue floating inside an enormous cereal bowl. I wondered when I had become a person who noticed so little.” – Dee Williams

18. “You know what makes me happy? Unexpected phone calls in the middle of the day. Remembering what I liked at that one restaurant we went to that one time. Half-dead grocery store flowers just because they were on sale. A good morning text that says, ‘have a good day and try not to burn anything to the ground in a furious rage.” – Samantha Irby

19. “It’s a wonder that any mother ever called a daughter Dinah again. But some did. Maybe you guessed that there was more to me than the voiceless cipher in the text. Maybe you heard it in the music of my name: the first vowel high and clear, as when a mother calls to her child at dusk; the second sounds soft, for whispering secrets on pillows. Dee-nah.” – Anita Diamant

20. “These ‘free’ applications ask for permission to read your emails, your text messages, listen to your phone calls, record video from your phone. Why else would someone spend millions developing an application which they then give away? Kind-hearted, maybe? Get real.” – John McAfee

21. “And then practice this hermeneutic of adoration in the reading of Holy Scripture. Plan on spending the rest of our lives exploring and enjoying the world both vast and intricate that is revealed by this text.” – Eugene H. Peterson

22. “The bricoleur, says Levi-Strauss, is someone who uses ‘the means at hand,’ that is, the instruments he finds at his disposition around him, those which are already there, which had not been especially conceived with an eye to the operation for which they are to be used and to which one tries by trial and error to adapt them, not hesitating to change them whenever it appears necessary, or to try several of them at once, even if their form and their origin are heterogenous – and so forth.

There is therefore a critique of language in the form of bricolage, and it has even been said that bricolage is a critical language itself … If one calls bricolage the necessity of borrowing one’s concepts from the text of a heritage which is more or less coherent or ruined, it must be said that every discourse is bricoleur.” – Jacques Derrida

23. “We face two overlapping challenges. The first concerns real-time court-ordered interception of what we call ‘data in motion,’ such as phone calls, e-mail, and live chat sessions. The second challenge concerns court-ordered access to data stored on our devices, such as e-mail, text messages, photos, and videos – or what we call ‘data at rest.” – James Comey

24. “According to the three missed calls from her mother – who thought Madison had been kidnapped in the big, bad city and was now being held for an ungodly sum of money – the four text messages from her brother wondering if she knew how to navigate the beltway – because apparently little sisters couldn’t drive – and the voice mail from her father warning there was a problem with the reservations, she was late for brunch.” – J. Lynn

25. “Our amended Constitution is the lodestar for our aspirations. Like every text worth reading, it is not crystalline. The phrasing is broad and the limitations of its provisions are not clearly marked. Its majestic generalities and ennobling pronouncements are both luminous and obscure. This ambiguity of course calls forth interpretation, the interaction of reader and text. The encounter with the Constitutional text has been, in many senses, my life’s work.” – William J. Brennan

26. “The dots had begun to connect. It wouldn’t take long for the police to connect me to purchasing the phone that Chance had been using. It wouldn’t take long for them to retrieve the text messages and hundreds of phone calls between me and “Reginald Barner”. I didn’t know how they had connected the dots, but they were connected. It was time for me to run before they fully connected to me.” – Jessica N. Watkins

27. “I hate it when people text “Call me.” I’m going to start calling people and as soon as they answer I’ll say “text me,” then hang up.” – Unknown

28. “Conflicts are fueled by the tendency of the powerful to exploit the power and the anger and frustration of the powerless, which turns into violence. International Solidarity Movement activists are attempting to confront the exploitation of power and to bring back hope to the powerless.” – Ghassan Andoni

29. “My students – all adults – bring a lot of writing skill to the first class, and they and I get better as the class progresses.” – James Thayer

30. “Never forget to be yourself, and never forget the purpose of your life.” – Debasish Mridha

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“Teenagers would rather text than talk. They feel calls would reveal too much.” – Sherry Turkle

31. “Thank you to my family, my fans and fans of other teams for their support. The NFL is a fraternity of brothers and I am thankful for the tweets, phone calls and text messages from my fellow players. God Bless everyone and thank u so much.” – Adrian Peterson

32. “A relationship without trust is like a cell phone with no service, all you can do is play games.” – Unknown

33. “You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich.” – Unknown

34. “A text message can lead to a date, which can lead to a kiss, and a wonderful night together. Will you text me?” – Unknown

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35. “It is a simple fact that all of us use the techniques of acting to achieve whatever ends we seek.” – Marlon Brando

“It’s a phone. It’s for making calls, not for writing novels.” – Patrick Carman

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