100 Best Im Fine Quotes: Prove That You’re Not Alone

Do you often find yourself saying “I’m fine” to avoid confrontation or conflict? Well, here are some inspiring quotes about being fine that you can use in your own life.

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100 Best Im Fine Quotes

1. “I’m the homemaker, and that’s fine with me because I really like that.” — Robin Wright

2. “This is Marvin,” he says. “He eats everything and yells like a distressed baby to get attention. I’m goat-sitting him this summer.” — Chelsea Fine

3. “I’m single right now and I’ve chosen to be single because I don’t have the time to get to know anybody. So it’s okay not to have sex, it’s okay to get to know people. I’m celibate. Celibacy’s fine.” — Lady Gaga

4. “I don’t know how to be fine when I’m not, ’cause I don’t know how to make a feeling stop.” — Jesse

5. “I’m happy to have had everything healed. We’re fine.” — Marla Maples

6. “Acting is a life experience. I’m always learning things when I’m making a movie. So the fame part of it is fine when you consider what you get out of this job.” — Kate Bosworth

7. “I’m a natural golden retriever at heart. I’m fine with that now, but there was a time when I tried to keep myself from jumping up on people. I had to make myself sit.” — Sigourney Weaver

8. “I have to be cautious, have my thyroid levels checked, and as long as I do that, I’m fine.” — Gail Devers

9. “I’m a fine artist working in a commercial arena, so that’s my cross to bear” — Joni Mitchell

10. “Morality and legality have nothing to do with one another. I’m more than fine with breaking a law if it disagrees with my values and morals.” — Ashly Lorenzana

11. “I’m ready to work and if it happens, it happens. If it doesn’t, it’s fine.” — Donna Summer

12. “As a professional actor, I don’t have much choice about what I’ve gotten into. I tend to be cast in comedies and I’m fine with that.” — Fran Kranz

13. “My mom drove like Britney Spears with the steering wheel and me right here [in her lap]. I’m fine, I turned out okay.” — Freddie Prinze Jr.

14. “This book probably makes it seem like I hate myself and everything I do. But that’s not totally true. I mostly just hate every person I’ve ever been. I’m actually fine with myself right now.” — Jesse Andrews

15. “I don’t care about losing people who don’t wanna be in my life anymore. I’ve lost people who meant the world to me and I’m still doing just fine.” — Karl May

16. “I’m the one who requires a nice scratch behind my ears, and then I’ll tap my toe, and that’ll be fine.” — Mike Pesca

17. “I’m anything but fine. I feel like the sun has set and not risen for five days, Ana. I’m in perpetual night here.” — E.L. James

18. “I remember my first test in F1. After five laps, I came back to the pits and tried to play it cool – ‘Oh yeah, I’m fine, I’m on top of this’ – but I was completely lost.” — Sebastian Vettel

19. “I’m not staid and unbiased here. I have certain biases I want to convey, and if you disagree, that’s fine.” — Neil Cavuto

20. “And I am yours,” she says quietly. “Even when you don’t want me. I’m still yours.” — Chelsea Fine

21. “People don’t realize that when you’re Latin, you’re so diverse. I am black. I am Latin. I am Spanish. You know? It’s a little bit of everything, and that’s beautiful. So, everybody, claim me. I’m fine with that!” — Joan Smalls

22. “I’m 5 feet 10 inches, and whatever my whatever my weight is, that’s fine. As long as I am able to move and I feel good, it doesn’t matter.” — Monica Seles

23. “So I pushed the bitterness down, into the black pit of my stomach along with my regret and my grief and my fear, and I said, I’m fine. May i go now?” — R. J. Anderson

24. “I grind so fine, I’m practically coffee, he says with a straight face, then busts out a grin.” — Jillian Dodd

25. “I don’t believe in pretending to be someone else. I’m what I actually am in real life. For instance, like any normal girl, I fight with my mother. I mean, it is just fine. In fact, I fight daily with my mother.” — Shreya Ghoshal

26. “I’m not fine,” he said. “Not without you.” — Kristen Simmons

27. “I’m fine, she said. But her smile was bleak, without light or warmth. And for the first time I thought of what it must be like to know that you were going to die, that the trees would bud, flower, leaf, dry, die, and you would not be there to see any of it.” — Anna Quindlen

28. “I was flying to the Maldives in 2000 when the plane went through turbulence – after that, I didn’t fly for four years. Then a job came up in India, so I did a simulator flight and learnt about what goes on in the cockpit. I’m fine now.” — Paul Merton

29. “I think it’s always been an arrangement that had political objectives and goals, which is fine. Get married for whatever reason you want, as far as I’m concerned.” — Rush Limbaugh

30. “I’m human, I’m not perfect. I make mistakes all the time, but I guess my job is to keep those mistakes to myself, which I’m already fine doing and just try to be the best I can be for those kids.” — Selena Gomez

31. “I’m fine with being a little bit of an instigator.” — Ted Ligety

32. “Everyone is coming after me now. Fine, let them keep on coming. I’m the fastest man in the world, no doubt.” — Maurice Greene

33. “I’m fine the way I am. There’s nothing wrong with me.” — Janet Jackson

34. “Cartooning at its best is a fine art. I’m a cartoonist who works in the medium of animation, which also allows me to paint my cartoons.” — Ralph Bakshi

35. “I’m fine. I told you I was fine. Everything is fine. A person who was really fine probably wouldn’t have to say it so many times.” — Laurelin Paige

36. “Sure. Waffles are fine. How come you didn’t ask me what I wanted?” “I’m asking you now.” “They’re fine,” Janine said again. Sighing, she turned back to the computer. I stuck my tongue out at her and ran downstairs. “Waffles are fine!” I told Mimi.” — Ann M. Martin

37. “Fine,’ she said, using the universal Scottish word for every state of being from ‘I’m dying in anguish’ to ‘I’m experiencing euphoric joy.’ ‘Fine,’ she said. ‘I’m fine.” — Kate Atkinson

38. “If you want, I can carry you -”

“I’m fine,” she said shortly. “Let’s go.”

He’d said that wrong. He should have said, “I want to carry you.” — Suzanne Brockmann

39. “Leave me alone. I’m fine.” — Barry White

40. “Please help me, I begged her silently. “I’m fine.” I’m not fine, and I am going to kill someone, and I don’t know if I’ll be able to stop “I’m fine, let’s go back.” — Dan Wells

41. “I feel like I walk a very fine line between wanting someone to be open and vulnerable and honest with me and the listeners, but not wanting anyone to ever feel like I’m exploiting them.” — Alison Rosen

42. “There’s nothin left,

I used to cry,

My conversation has run dry,

Thats whats going on,

Nothing’s fine I’m torn.” — Scott Cutler

43. “I love my life. I’m very fortunate for the opportunities that I have and whatever, but I haven’t got to the level where people are interested in where I walk my dog or anything like that, which is fine by me.” — Jamie Murray

44. “Because I hate the ocean, theme parks and airplanes, talking with strangers, waiting in line. I’m through with these pills that make me sit still, are you feeling fine? Yes, I feel just fine.” — Aurelien Budynek

45. “My life is fairly normal. I didn’t wake up one morning and find out that I’m suddenly a star, with people clamoring at me. I feel like I’m moving up the ladder just a little, which is fine.” — Daniel Stern

46. “I am not opposed to religion. Far from it. I’m for anything that gives people peace. That’s why I am also for hot tubs and compact discs of whale songs. Anything that soothes the soul is fine by me.” — Michael Ian Black

47. “So you can say whatever you want and quote me however you want about politics and make the next payday, and that’s fine because I’m making that deal with you, but just mention the movie along the way, OK?” — James Woods

48. “I’m not cocky. I’m confident. It’s a fine line, but there’s a difference.”

“Oh? And what’s the difference?”

“It’s simple. Confidence comes from knowing your skill and your worth while cocky attempts to cover the lack of both.” —  D.G. Whiskey

49. “From now on, any flick I’m ever involved with, I conduct critics screenings thusly: ‘You wanna see it early to review it? Fine: pay like you would if you saw it next week.” — Kevin Smith

50. “Running the race

Like a mouse in a cage

Getting nowhere but I’m trying

Forging ahead

But I’m stuck in the bed That I made so I’m lying.” — A Fine Frenzy

51. “As someone who has had cancer, I learned that you don’t have to die. Look at me. Because of early detection, I’m fine. I’m cured. I’m well.” — Kate Jackson

52. “I can read people, and if the other person doesn’t want to say anything, I’m fine with that. People say things when it’s time to say them.” — Aidan Gillen

53. “I don’t need a boyfriend to be happy. If I meet someone and I want to be with him, then I will be. I’m very confident in being single until I find someone who I’m extremely crazy about and who I want to devote my time and love to. Until then, I will just be on my own and I am totally fine with that.” — Nina Dobrev

54. “I have no idea where I want to go musically, but I’m fine that way. I don’t need to be faithful to any concept, you know.” — Shakira

55. “Okay, Fine. I’m glad you didn’t drown. Sort of. Good luck with whatever it is you’re doing out here.” — Frankie Rose

56. “All I need are some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and I’m fine” — Sean Penn

57. “Fine, you do that, and you tell them that at the very first opportunity, I’m coming down there and killing all of them. Mass murder. And after they’re all dead, I’m going to kick the bodies around, dance on top of them, and sing a happy song. No jury will convict me.” — Nora Roberts

58. “Katie leaned forward conspiratorially. Oh, sweetie, I just said that because Alice is an old bag. You go after Devon. The man is fine. I don’t blame you for changing your look for a shot at that. When the pool about you two gets going at Petie’s Pub, I’m putting my money on you.” — Susan Meier

59. “I still get really nervous, though, before each performance. It kind of hits about 15 minutes before we go onstage – sometimes I don’t even want to go on. But once I’m onstage I’m fine.” — Alison Lohman

60. “I’m *fine*. I’m alive and believe me, I gave as good as I got, if not better. You don’t need to go kill anyone.’

‘I’m not killing anyone. I’m just going to shoot them all several times. If they die, that’s their fault.

-Convicted” — Dee Tenorio

61. “I’m not doing any vampire lackey stuff.”


“I’m only drinking your blood.”

That made his smile widen. “Fine.”

“That means you’re stuck with me.” She jutted out her chin. “Try to throw me off for some bimbo and we’ll see who’s immortal.” — Nalini Singh

62. “I hate to say it, but all that stuff they try to tell you about women being empowered and how it’s fine for a woman to ask a man out, well, it’s crap.’

I look down at my watch. ‘Seven fifty-three p.m.’

‘What does that mean?’

‘Official time of death of feminism,’ I reply, and mom laughs.” — Robin Epstein

63. “There are many critics who invite me on their show, and I have told them that when my film releases, you will give it one-and-a-half star rating. That’s fine. There’s no issue because stars will matter when I’m planning to open a five star hotel. When I’m making films, I don’t need stars.” — Rohit Shetty

64. “I’m fine,” Georgie said.

“I can tell. Fine people are always telling everybody how fine they are.” — Rainbow Rowell

65. “Tess,” I say. “I’m going to head down to the water.I’ll be back in a minute.”

“You sure you can make it by yourself?” she asks.

“I’ll be fine.” I smile. “If you see me floating unconscious out to sea,though-by all means,come and get me.” — Marie Lu

66. “I’m 24. I think when I was 18, 19, I had a problem with it because I wanted to look older and more womanly. I look in the mirror and I don’t feel or look 14 to myself, regardless of what other people think. I’m fine with it and it really doesn’t matter what age I’m playing.” —  Alison Lohman

67. “I know that life, I’ve done all those things, and I can still tell you that just being you is perfectly fine.” — Charles M. Blow

68. “No words for a long time. Which is fine, because even the most important ones

I love you. I’m sorry. Forgive me? I’m here

Are only stand-ins for what you can say better without talking at all?” — Huntley Fitzpatrick

69. “I’ll be fine. My fear will keep me warm.”

She laughed. I think it was the first time I’d heard her laugh, and I looked at her in surprise.

“You’re funny,” she said.

“Oh yeah, I’m a laughing riot.” — Andrew Klavan

70. “Aggressive female icons have been chronically demeaned … It’s fine for male artists to be angry – they’re encouraged to outwardly express their aggression – but women? I’ve been painted as an aggressive Feminazi because I’m blunt, stubborn, independent, forthright.” — Lydia Lunch

71. “I’m always fine,” Andi snapped. But she knew that Lira sensed the lie the moment it left her lips. She sighed. “I’m just in shock. Seeing Dex again after I thought her was gone for good… I stuck a knife through him, Lira. And now he’s come back to haunt me.” — Sasha Alsberg

72. “The finest glasses for both technical and hedonistic purposes are those made by Riedel. The effect of these glasses on fine wine is profound. I cannot emphasize enough what a difference they make.” — Robert M. Parker Jr.

73. “I have more money than I am ever going to need. Financially, I’m fine for the next couple of hundred years.” — Michael O’Leary

74. “I’m fine,” [her dad] said gently. “Back on the horse, Cath.’

‘What’s the horse?’ she sighed, watching him pull on a South High hoodie. ‘Jogging? Working too much?’

‘Living,’ he said, a little too loud. ‘Life’s the horse.” — Rainbow Rowell

75. “You say, “Well, I am not going to be anyone’s ‘yes man.’ If I see something wrong in a person, I’m going to warn others about it.” Fine. But beware that what you are calling “courage to speak out” is not more truly a deception masking a rebellious, dishonouring attitude.” — Francis Frangipane

76. “Sometimes there has to be a goat on some level, and I’m totally fine with that being me.” — Abby Wambach

77. “I’m fine. Indestructible.” — Richard Bach

78. “Are you all right, Sir?”

Yes, I’m fine. My life is totally ruined but I’m fine. I feel free, detached from everything.”

“Then you’re an outsider to life.” — Tionne Rogers

79. “You and I? It may end badly. I may get hurt. But guess what? I don’t care! I’ve never had my heart broken. Maybe I’m fine with risking it, because it’s better than being afraid and going through life bored.” — Jasinda Wilder

80. “Gabriel raised an eyebrow. “Are you seriously going out with a dagger strapped to your back? You might as well just wear a sign that says Look at me, I’m a killer!” — Chelsea Fine

81. “Use your safe word if you get scared, honey.”

“I’m fine.” Her voice came out husky.

“Yes, you are, aren’t you?” — Cherise Sinclair

82. “I’m just confused as to where we lost that in America because it is everyone’s God-given right to think the way they think and that’s fine. That’s why our ancestors came here to America, to believe what they want, pray how they want and follow a religion with whoever they want.” — Angie Harmon

83. “WARD: I’ll be home in time for dinner, honey.

JUNE: Alright – I’m pregnant – Have a fine day at work, dear.

WARD exits … WARD reenters.

JUNE: Did you forget something, dear?

WARD: What did you say?

JUNE: I asked if you’d forgotten anything.” — Benjamin R. Smith

84. “When I’ve got all the makeup on and all the spit, polish and glue together, I look fine. But I know what I really look like, and I’m still that same little kid under there. I don’t think I look that great. I think I did a good job of creating Morgan Fairchild. But I created her.” — Morgan Fairchild

85. “Before my fingers curl around the handle of the blind, Seth whips across, grabbing my wrist. I gasp as he pulls my hand away from it.

“Settle down, daredevil.” He chuckles. “You might want to conquer your fears, but I’m fine hiding from mine.” — Skyla Madi

86. “Talk into my bullet hole. Tell me I’m fine.” — Denis Johnson

87. “As for me … I’m fine. I have bad dreams, but I never saw Mister Duck again. I play video games. I smoke a little dope. I got my thousand-yard stare. I carry a lot of scares. I like the way that sounds. I carry a lot of scares.” — Alex Garland

88. “She said she’d be fine with you, so I’m gonna get out of here, but Dillon, don’t hurt her. She’s had enough of the stuff you and your friends do. You wanna pick on me, go ahead, but don’t do it to her.” — Melyssa Winchester

89. “Sorry I’m late. I got caught jaywalking and had to give the policeman a hand job or pay a seventy-five dollar fine.” — Penny Reid

90. “Once I actually get in the studio and I start working, I’m fine, but it’s just getting there and these hours of torment with myself and self doubt, thinking ‘I’m useless’ and ‘Who am I, conning myself into thinking I can do it again.” — Imogen Heap

91. “The other day I was down by the Hudson River, and I see two nuns in full habit rollerblading down the street holding hands. And I’m like, ‘Oh, my God, I get it. The world is surreal and beautiful. And everything is fine.” — Regina Spektor

92. “I’ve been working with Disney all these years doing voice work, and now I’m signed with Disney Fine Arts, doing ‘Beauty and the Beast’ oil paintings. So it’s been an ongoing wonderful job.” — Paige O’Hara

93. “I’m fine, considering I can’t walk anymore,” Pam replied, a sarcastic edge in her voice. “You look like your bringing news. What is it this time, I’m blind?” — C.B. Cook

94. “My head’s under water but I’m breathing fine.” — John Legend

95. “Please,” he said, “you don’t understand. My first time on my won. I don’t know what I’m doing, and I can’t have it on me, and I don’t know what’s right when you know you can choose and it’s turned out fine today, how do you do?” — Lesley Howarth

96. “I’m creative in my own life. I’m creative when I step out the door. I’m creative when I pick up a glass. Do you know what I mean? I’m one of those dreadful people who probably should have been born at the end of the 19th century and been in cafe society. That would have suited me fine.” — Jaye Davidson

97. “I will come out with my interpretation. If I’m wrong, fine. It will become part of the debris of history, part of the give and take.” —  Oliver Stone

98. “The whole thing reeked of faerie mischief.

Screw you. Me and my magic hands will be fine, thank you very much.I’m staying right where I am.” — Kiersten White

99. “I have spent my life paying attention to my art form, developing my art form, worrying about my show and what I’m bringing to people, making sure that I give them a fine trade.” — Gallagher

100. “And on that note,” Nate smiled at them, “I’m leaving. I think I’ve got everything I need from you two. Good luck with all your relationship drama. Glad to see you kids are finally working things out. And by ‘working things out’, I mean bickering like an old divorced couple. So fun.” — Chelsea Fine






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