#1
i was trying to figure out what "sour grapes" meant, so i looked it up and this is what i got:

"Sour grapes is the false denial of desire for something sought but not acquired; to denigrate and feign disdain for that which one could not attain."

ok.... yeah, somebody please break this down for me, what does that mean? false denial? isn't that a double negative? this entire sentence is confusing me. is anyone hear smart enough to simplify this into something easier to understand?
If you want to shine like the sun first you must burn like it.
#2
It means that you pretend to not want something that, in reality, you really do desire.
My God, it's full of stars!
#3
Sounds like it's sorta ....being a sore loser...a sore loser about not getting something and then denying that you really wanted it.
#5
yeah, thanks alot, i completely understand now
If you want to shine like the sun first you must burn like it.