Hakuna matata es una expresión del idioma suajili que se traduce como “no te angusties” (su traducción literal correspondería a “no hay problema”). Suele ser comparada con la frase carpe diem y se la considera la versión africana de la misma.
If you risk something that is important to you, for something that is not important to you, it does not make any sense. I don’t care what tha average is 100 out of 1 to succeed or 1000 out of 1 to succeed.
If you gave me a gun with 100 chambers; 1.000.000 chambers and there’s a bullet in one chambers and you say: ‘Put it on your temple. How much do you want to be paid to pull it once?’. I’m not gonna pull it.
You can name any sum you want, that it doesn’t do anything for me.
Victoria:Why don't we just... dance. And have a great time. And when it's over, never see each other again.
Victoria:No. No unless. No e-mails, no phone numbers, not even names. Tonight, we'll make a memory that will never be tarnished. Then, when we're old and gray, we'll look back on this moment... and it'll be perfect.
Ted:Wow... Okay I'm in.
Ted:I guess, uh, what, we'll need fake names?
Victoria:Um... you can call me Buttercup. [Ted and "Buttercup" shake hands]
Ted:Pleased to meet you, Buttercup. I'm... Lando Calrissian. [Victoria laughs] Wow, this is kind of exciting. Our names will forever be shrouded in-
Barney:[with bridesmaid on his arm] Hey Ted, Ted, Ted, look! I got a bridesmaid! Ted Ted look, Ted! The second hottest bridesmaid! Ted, look! See you Ted.
Her:Most girls don’t like to make the first move because we like to be chased and play this “hard to get” type of game. That’s just how second nature is.. Majority of the guys chase girls. If girls are easy, then it’s easy to drop them. The main idea of the game is to win, but there has to be…
“Get dirty. Get fucking filthy. Get poor. Get off your ass. Get desperate. Get dangerous. Get vilified. Get vile. Get romantic. Get fucked. Get fucked up. Get moving. Get productive. Get proactive. Get your own life. Get doing anything. Get it before you’re 40, with kids, a mortgage, and every other responsibility that relegates fun to an afterthought. Get going before cancer, before 50-hour work weeks, before body pains, before school loans, before your sense of humor goes. Get fighting. Get fighting, fucking, running and smiling. Get smiling because the older you become, the less you’ll smile at silly shit. Get started. Go.”—
“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits.
The rebels. The troublemakers.
The round pegs in the square holes.
The ones who see things differently.
They’re not fond of rules and
they have no respect for the status quo.
You can praise them, disagree with them,
quote them, disbelieve them,
glorify or vilify them.
About the only thing that you
can’t do is ignore them.
Because they change things.
They push the human race forward.
And while some may see them as the
crazy ones, we see genius.
Because the people who are crazy enough
to think they can change the world…
are the ones who do.”—Jack Kerouac (quoted in an Apple Computer Ad, 1997)
Known as the ‘Crocodile Man’, Costa Rican animal lover ‘Chito’ swims, plays and even feeds ‘Pocho’ the giant crocodile in what is one of the world’s most unlikely friendships.
Wading chest-deep through the green water in a 100 sq/m lake in Siquirres, this bizarre and dangerous spectacle draws tourists from around the world.
Calling quietly for his five metre long ‘companion’ before thrashing around, lifting his tail and head above the water.
Unlikely friendship: Chito rests on top of buddy Pocho, who he rescued after the crocodile was shot in the eye
'This is a very dangerous routine but Pocho is my friend and we have a good relationship,' says 52-year-old Chito. 'He will look me in the eye and he does not attack me.
'It is too dangerous for anyone else to come in the water. It is only ever the two of us.'
The bizarre friendship began nearly 20 years ago when Chito rescued the 980-pound crocodile after finding him close to death on the shore of the Parismina River, in the Caribbean province of Limsn.
Crazy: Chito plays with Pocho the crocodile, who seems to enjoy the attention
Shot in the left eye by a cattle farmer after preying on a herd of cows, Chito enlisted the help of several friends to load the massive reptile into his boat, Naming him ‘Pocho’ (meaning strength), the fisherman says he healed the reptile with medicine, food, and, more importantly, lots of care and attention.
'When I found him in the river after he was dying so I put him in my boat and I brought him into my house,' recalls Chito.
'He was very skinny, weighing only around 150 pounds, so I gave him chicken and fish and medicine for six months to help him recover.'
Rolling around: Chito says that if anyone else entered the water it would be deadly
During the recovery process, Chito stayed by Pocho’s side, even sleeping with him at night.
'I just wanted him to feel that someone loved him, that not all humans are bad,' Chito says. 'I love all animals, especially ones that have suffered. It meant a lot of sacrifice. I had to be there every day.'
After Chito felt that Pocho had bonded with him, he started to get closer and closer to the animal.
Tourist attraction: It took Chito many years to build his relationship with Pocho to this level
'After 10 years I started to work with him,' he says. 'At first it was slow, slow and I started to play with him a little, touching him a little bit and then slowly doing more. Then I found that when I called his name he would come over to me.'
Today tourists travel from all over the world to see the unusual spectacle.
'I am happy because I rescued him and he is happy with me because he has everything he needs,” says Chito.