Kurt Hummel Quotes
Do you know how insane you sound?
Kurt: Are we all set in there?
Santana: If by all set do you mean did I light the candy cane scented candles on the toilet, then yes, we're all set.
Blaine: What if I don't get in? You didn't.
Kurt: You will. And if you don't it won't matter. You're a performer. You're going to find the spotlight. And you can't shy away from your greatness just because you're afraid you're not great enough. You have a gift. It wouldn't be right to let you hide that away.
Blaine: Thanks for knowing me. I love you.
If you cheated on me again, I will not accept sex addiction as an excuse.
Ever since Finn died, I've been going about my business, but I've also kind of been in a trance. And I guess I just needed to be shocked back to life.
My path has been different and exciting considering my background, but considering who I think I am and how I see myself, it's like I've taken the streetcar named predictability.
Rachel: Okay, you know what, Kurt? You've become boring. You go to class, and then you come home, and you eat all this food and watch your stories, and you Skype with Blaine, and it's not even sexy Skyping. I know this because you just go to sleep. Same thing every day.
Kurt: I change up my afternoon smoothie occasionally.
Rachel: As your best friend and your biggest fan, what I love the most about you is that you don't try to do or be what anyone else is doing, okay? You make your own path.
Kurt: It's so hard sometimes.
[to Rachel] Look, I've been doing this weirdo, quirky, fabulous, outrageous sidekick best friend thing for a while now and it hasn't gotten me very far.
Rachel, Finn wouldn't want you sitting on the sidelines while life passes you by.
Santana: He was a much better person than I am.
Kurt: That is true. But Finn really cared about you. And I don't think he would've done all those things if he didn't think you were decent, too.
[to Santana] If there's one thing I've learned from Finn dying it's that shame is a wasted emotion. I'm sure Finn had secrets too, but who cares now? Do you really think that one day on your deathbed you're really going to think 'oh good, no one knew I was kind?'