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Hardly anybody is exactly normal in any way, just as one hundred tossed pennies will rarely come up exactly fifty heads and fifty tails.
Custom is almost a second nature.
I lead a very conventional life.
The subsistence level is only a conventional idea, and conventions change.
As soon as there is language, generality has entered the scene.
General notions are generally wrong.
Normal is the delusion of the majority.
... But then I'll walk into the bathroom and find you've forgotten to put the cap back on the toothpaste again, and it will be this splinter that I just keep stepping on.
In my everyday life, I'm pretty normal.
What do normal people do when they're together?
Convention is another name for the habits of society.
Nothing us normal.
Are anybody's parents typical?
The expected always happens
ACEs happen everywhere, in every community. But studies have shown that ACEs are far more common in my corner of the demographic world. A
Normal" is all about perception. I mean, isn't "normal" what the majority of people do?
normal's the watchword
I was not typical. Whatever typical or normal is, I was somehow separated and different.
I'm very conventional compared to my parents.
Normal is a piece of string. What's normal for one person is off the chart for another.
Tradition converts oddity into ordinary.
familiar with most
Of course, mothers were very conventional, everything was very conventional. You had to have approval.
Just because it's common doesn't make it less powerful.
I'm pretty normal.
It is what we do routinely, not what we do rarely, that delineates the character of a person.
Normal means lack of imagination and creativity.
Thinking is common to all.
Normality is an illusion, created by a conservative culture to control behaviour
There is no normal. There is not an invisible bar you must meet to be acceptable to society.
Normality is way overrated.
Any fiction writer who assumes that a character is typical no doubt runs the risk of stumbling into cliche and stereotype.
Normal is all relative.
Whether in conversation we generally agree or disagree with others is largely a matter of habit: the one tendency makes as much sense as the other.
Assumptions are made and most assumptions are wrong.
What we call 'normal' in psychology is really a psychopathology of the average, so undramatic and so widely spread that we don't even notice it ordinarily.
Stereotypes are awfully misleading. There are typical librarians, but not all librarians are typical.
A man is only as common as his dreams.
Where an opinion is general, it is usually correct.
Everybody generalizes from one example. At least, I do.
Moderation is commonly firm, and firmness is commonly successful.
all the time on book.
Miracles and bliss are the norm.
Normal: lacking in taste, compassion, understanding, kindness, and ordinary human decency.
I think anyone that's in the same building or the same place for a really long period of time, some parts of it become routine.
Normal is just a cycle on the washing machine.
Everyone may be ordinary, but they're not normal.
Normal people let relationships fill their homes.
As common as unplanned sex. As uncommon as a planned child.
occasionally or alternately I should not complain,
Normally, I'm so shy.
The truth is usually inappropriate.
A thing is not vulgar merely because it is common.
Me and normal have never really been on speaking terms.
One of the embarrassing facts from social psychology is that most stereotypes are true, in the only sense that stereotypes are ever true: on average.
Nothing's routine when the doctor has to slip that mask over your face and tell you nighty-night.
A [typical] worker is a part-time slave.
It's a normal way of doing business.
I personally subscribe to the belief that normal is just a setting on the dryer.
Enough anecdotes make a pattern.
Normal? Hateful word, normal. No meaning whatsoever.
You treat anyone normally, and they'll treat you normally back.
It is always the exception that sets the rule.
What's normal is for things to work. What's not normal is for things to fail.
I'm a traditional wife in every sense.
Convention is like the shell to the chick, a protection till he is strong enough to break it through.
I normally go with the flow.
When you usually are not ready to chance the standard you'll need to settle for the standard.
What is right is not always popular.
I hate all generalisations.
Habit is second nature.
Unhappiness is too common to call for special measures.
Common sense is not always common practice.
Ordinary is an insult to excellence.
The universal subjugator, the commonplace.
There's no such thing as a typical person or a typical day.
Normative mind tends to be naive.
All right. Normal rules apply."
The man walked off, leaving us.
"What are the normal rules?" I asked.
"He walks away and has a tea break and doesn't ask any questions.
One grows accustomed to being praised, or being blamed, or being advised, but it is unusual to be understood.
Nothing is as conventional as adolescence.
People who follow Jesus, though, are no longer typical - God is constantly inviting them into a life that moves away from typical.
Normal is a cycle on a washing machine.
It is not often that we use language correctly; usually we use it incorrectly, though we understand each others meaning.
Most people are other people.
We are not interested in the unusual, but in the usual seen unusually.
And so the abnormal is now normal in entertainment, because the normal is treated as subnormal in the world of the media. That, I can assure you, is consciously done.
Some days, I think maybe we should try and be a little more conventional, but every time I try, I fail, so I'm learning to not even entertain that thought anymore.
Sense is never common.
I'm definitely not a traditionalist, because a traditionalist would be going to church every Sunday.
NEVER settle for 'normal.
We talk about normal, and for legal and practical reasons set a bar for expected societal norms. But can any of us really claim normality?" Rese
I am very traditional, and I am the disciplinarian.
The best things are the most common.
Reality is frequently inaccurate.
I'm about as normal as Norman Bates.
We tend to live up to our expectations.
Routine is the death to heroism.
I just express myself in any way I feel is appropriate at the moment.