I say yes to a lot of things when I should probably say no. I work as a TV writer so, as long as I don't die or wind up in jail, there's no downside. If everything goes to shit, at least I'll have a good story.
When people ask if I like New York (where I'm from) better than I like Los Angeles (where I've lived for the past 8+ years), I tell them that I like being in LA but I love being from NY. I'm pretty laid back and easy-going on the sidewalk but don't cut me off on the road...
I don't think people should talk shit about their friends behind their backs. I think they should do it to their faces. At least that way you're being constructive.
I used to think outside the box. But these days it seems like everyone does that. So now I think inside the box. Just to be different.
I like to go into a restaurant for the first time and order "the usual." You know, to see what happens.
I really like the expression "Don't be a stranger." Sometimes, on the street, I'll say it to strangers. And sometimes, if I'm really feeling good about myself, I'll say it with a really stern look on my face.
Personally, I think drinking alone is far less depressing than "sharing a drink they call loneliness."