Push a button. (1.10-1.12)
Mindlessly obeying rules creates a pretty meaningless existence. You turn the page, you wash your hands.
You can topple anything. (1.25)
This tiny sentence is technically describing explosives and skyscrapers, but we're pretty sure it's meant to go a bit deeper. Wouldn't you say Tyler Durden believes that the same can be applied to any system of rules or social hierarchy?
You'll never hear anyone say "parasite." Everybody is always getting better. (4.5)
Sugar-coating is one of those unwritten rules of polite society. Even in the support groups full of people confronting death, they still use euphemisms to dance around the grim truth.