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A collection of quotes and sayings by Aisha Tyler on friends, stand-up, tv-shows, talk, success, bravery, change, thought, scars, love, life, futile, think, and gamer.

12 Meaningful Quotes By Aisha Tyler That Will Embellish Your Day

Quick Facts

Famous As: Actress, TV Host

Born On: September 18, 1970

Born In: San Francisco

Aisha Tyler is a celebrated American actress, producer, director, talk show host, and author. Some of her renowned works include, her portrayal of Andrea Marino in ‘Ghost Whispering,’ her appearances as Mother Nature in ‘Santa Clause film series,’ and as Dr. Tara Lewis in ‘Criminal Minds.’ She is also recognised for lending her voice in ‘Archer.’  She has been the co-host of ‘The Talk’ and is currently seen as the host of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ She has also appeared in a number of video games, including, ‘Watch Dogs’ and ‘Halo:Research.’ From 2012 to 2016, she also hosted Ubisoft’s E3 press conference. We have created a corpus of some wise words from Aisha Tyler, which have been excerpted from her interviews, utterances, tweets, thoughts, talk-shows, tweets, writings, books, conferences, and life. Presenting some noteworthy quotes and thoughts by Aisha Tyler.

Wounds turn into scars and scars make you tough.

Aisha Tyler

Get up, go out into the world, and do awesome shit.

Aisha Tyler

I have always been a softie, and I fight it with every fiber of my being. Sadly, my being's fibers need to hit the gym.

Aisha Tyler

I'm my own boss and my boss is a total ass.

Aisha Tyler

Because a rebel is just a guy who doesn’t have the good sense to go the same way the crowd is going, and the composure to act like that was his idea all along.

Aisha Tyler

Guys as a gender have one giant collective delusion of grandeur.

Aisha Tyler

The Internet is where stupid goes to find stupider so it doesn’t have to feel so stupid.

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Just give me a second to get my wind back. Who the hell put that pole there?

Aisha Tyler

I was not a cute teenager. I was not graceful, bubbly, or precocious. I did not cheerlead, work on the yearbook, organize spirit rallies, or plan dance-offs between opposing gangs of sexy brooding outsiders.

Aisha Tyler

I spent most of my seventh grade summer dehydrated, green-tongued, and smelling like a Malaysian whorehouse.

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Wanted to be like her, and I would stop at nothing. Nothing at all, including sneaking into her closet and wearing her clothes like some tiny, creepy serial killer.

Aisha Tyler

When I arrived there, looking like a mad scientist had tried to flay me open like a tiny Frankenstein, my mother freaked out in appropriate fashion.

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