I enjoy poetic quotes and phrases, but some are confusing. I remember a quote some guy said on the TV show Walking Dead. I watched the particular episode again and could not help wonder what this man meant when he said it to the character Daryl.
"Ain’t nothing sadder than an outdoor cat that thinks he’s an indoor cat"
Does this have something to do with freedom or trying to be something your're not?
That's exactly what he meant when he said that to Daryl. If you're a fan of Walking Dead, and it's characters, Daryl has a very conflicted nature. The way he was brought up, and the experiences he's had forced him to be a survivor his entire life--yet Daryl has a soft side to him, which makes him a very endearing figure in the TV show.
Additionally, the context in which he was told "Ain’t nothing sadder than an outdoor cat that thinks he’s an indoor cat". He was in the company of very despicable men, and the leader of that certain group wanted to sway Daryl's allegiance to his own ends. Hope that helps!
I love the Walking Dead. And I like quotes or cool sounding phrases from anything from TV shows or presidents.
Daryl is pretty tough, but does have a soft side, but it is repressed. Remember when he and Beth were fighting (sort of) at that house that they later burned down? Beth brought out his emotions in him.
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