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1. "Once he had me panting for breath he broke the kiss and burried his head in the curve of my neck. "I fucking love you." I giggled. That was a very cage response."
Author: Abbi Glines
2. "Se vive así, cobijado en un mundo delicado, y uno cree que vive. Entonces lee un libro (Lady Chatterley, por ejemplo), o va de viaje, o habla con Richard, y descubre que no vive, que está simplemente hibernando. Los síntomas de la hibernación se pueden detectar fácilmente. El primero es la inquietud. El segundo síntoma (que llega cuando el estado de hibernación empieza a ser peligroso y podría degenerar en muerte) es la ausencia de placer. Eso es todo. Parece una enfermedad inocua. Monotonía, aburrimiento, muerte. Hay millones de personas que viven (o mueren) así, sin saberlo. Trabajan en oficinas. Tienen coches. Salen al campo con su familia. Educan a sus hijos. Hasta que llega una brusca conmoción: una persona, un libro, una canción... y los despierta, salvándoles de la muerte."
Author: Anaïs Nin
3. "Las personas mayores nunca son capaces de comprender las cosas por sí mismas, y es muy aburrido para los niños tener que darles una y otra vez explicaciones."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
4. "In my mind, I could sense their roots under the soil, creeping in helical tangles of ever-increasing complexity outward and in all directions—out beyond the perimeter of the Helsingør Wood, out below Yami's Under City, out along the banks of the river, out to the nearest coast and thereupon out into the sea; the roots crept down further along the continental shelf, downward into the abysses, downward into the ocean floor, burrowing under the corals and under trenches, and then back up again to sprout in the darkened forest on a foreign continent: all the trees of the world now had conjoined roots, for they were now of one conjoined consciousness!"
Author: Ashim Shanker
5. "You talk about her as if she is the Notre Dame Cathedral!" "She is. And the Statue of Liberty and Abbey Road and the best burrito of your life. Didn't you know?"
Author: Barbara Kingsolver
6. "Gratë bien në dashuri me burrat, që të matin frikën e tyre dhe pë të neutralizuar varësinë e tyre të supozuar ose faktike."
Author: Christine Grän
7. "Arti i burrave është: të prishin punë ose të vrasin mendjen."
Author: Christine Grän
8. "Një nga paragjykimet, që kultivojnë burrat për ne, është se ne vdesim për shampanjë. Sikur zona, ku gudulisemi më shumë të ishte gjuha."
Author: Christine Grän
9. "C'è chi pensa che l'amore sia la fine della strada, e che se si è abbastanza fortunati da trovarlo ci si ferma lì. Altri dicono che è come un burrone nel quale si precipita. Ma chiunque abbia vissuto almeno un po' sa che muta con il passare dei giorni, e secondo l'energia che gli si dedica, lo si conserva o ci si aggrappa, oppure lo si perde, ma a volte capita che non sia nemmeno mai stato lì, sin dall'inizio."( Questo bacio vada al mondo intero)"
Author: Colum McCann
10. "?Estoy enamorada de este burrito. Me casaría con si no quisiera tanto comérmelo.?La tragedia de un amor verdadero ?susurró Cade."
Author: Cora Carmack
11. "Whoever said marriage is boring didn't marry you!" Livia kissed his cheek. "Thank you for that."Blake kissed her forehead. "That was okay for you?""No, that made my orgasms have orgasms, so it was anything but okay." She smiled.Blake propped himself up on an elbow to stroke her face. "My beautiful wife, welcome to forever."Livia's eyes filled with grateful tears.Blake brushed them away. "Now you cry? After I've made love to you?""It's just that you're the kindest person in the world. And you're here with me. I'll never stop feeling lucky." She burrowed her face into his warm hug. She felt his kiss on her hair."Livia, the luck belongs to me," he whispered. "The kindness belongs to you. One lifetime will never be enough for us."
Author: Debra Anastasia
12. "And then when I got home I burrowed about among my books, arranging their volumes and loving the feel of them."
Author: Elizabeth Von Arnim
13. "Not Exactly TrueThat skin hate is dead.There will never be colorblindness in a culture offear.But when you live afraidof your neighbor, the monsteryou should most walkin terror ofthrives.It starts as a little thing,small enough to burrowinto your pores, take upexcruciating residenceinthe dark recesses of your brain.Its name is paranoia,and it spreads like an oilspill, there inthe shadows,chokes your humanity.Threatens your soul."
Author: Ellen Hopkins
14. "A inteligência guarda tesouros a quem se mostrar digno dela, a burrice esconde armadilhas para quem se esconde nela."
Author: Filipe Russo
15. "Increasingly, the state system has been eroding. Terrorists have exploited this weakness by burrowing into the state system in order to attack it."
Author: George P. Shultz
16. "The other guy I dug a lot was Burroughs because he was a smart man already; he learned it through the druggie pool - the street scene of an old aristocratic kind of man."
Author: Gregory Corso
17. "Thereafter the summer passed in routine contentment. Routine contentment was: improving our treehouse that rested between giant twin chinaberry trees in the back yard, fussing, running through our list of dramas based on the works of Oliver Optic, Victor Appleton, and Edgar Rice Burroughs. (...) Thus we came to know Dill as a pocket Merlin, whose head teemed with eccentric plans, strange longings, and quaint fancies."
Author: Harper Lee
18. "En mi vida hay espacio para el aburrimiento, pero no lo hay para el hastío. La mayoría de la gente no sabe discernir entre ambas cosas."
Author: Haruki Murakami
19. "-Los católicos me ponen nervioso -dije-, porque juegan sucio.-¿Y los protestantes? -preguntó riendo.-Me irritan con su manoseo de las conciencias.-¿Y los ateos? -seguía riéndose.-Me aburren, porque siempre hablan de Dios.-¿Y qué es usted, pues?-Soy un payaso -dije-, de momento, superior a mi fama."
Author: Heinrich Böll
20. "Es imposible escribir la verdadera historia de la vida de una persona. Supera el poder de la literatura. El relato completo de cualquier vida sería absolutamente aburrido además de absolutamente increíble."
Author: Isaac Bashevis Singer
21. "But without a caring society, without each citizen voluntarily accepting the weight of responsibility, government is destined to grow even larger, taking more of your money, burrowing deeper into your lives."
Author: Jeb Bush
22. "¿Era esto ser humano? ¿Era la gente tan miserable y descerebrada que anhelaba esto, pasar el viernes por la noche, un tiempo precioso robado a la esclavitud de ganarse un sueldo, sentado delante de un televisor con una lata de cerveza? Era increíblemente aburrido, y para mi horror, descubrí que me estaba acostumbrando a ello.Maldito seas, Doakes. Me estás convirtiendo en normal."
Author: Jeff Lindsay
23. "She smoothed the long sleeve of her tight, orange t-shirt. "What? You've never seen a woman wear more than one shirt before?" Odin's mouth closed and opened a few times before words finally came out. "She's like a fuckin' seven layer burrito someone forgot was in the back of the fridge for six months." She had to laugh. How could she not with such vivid imagery coming from someone who dressed like he was going on an unholy crusade at any moment?"
Author: Jennifer Turner
24. "Does he even see us?" she whispered.As she spoke, the bear slowly tipped his big, furry head back, lazily studying Amy and Matt from his upside down perch.Yeah, he saw them. Reacting instinctively, she turned and burrowed right into Matt. "If you laugh at me," she warned as his warm, strong arms closed around her. "I'll kill you."He didn't laugh or mock her. For once, he was unsmiling, his jaw dark with stubble, eyes hidden behind his reflective Oakleys. "No worries, Tough Girl," he said, his warm, strong arms closing around her. "And anyway, I'm hard to kill."
Author: Jill Shalvis
25. "I guess the breakfast burritos are going to have some extra protein in the morning."
Author: Jon S. Lewis
26. "I stared at the doors and rewound the evening wondering how I got myself in this latest predicament. Without lemon drops to blame (I had diet with my spicy beef burrito), I could only blame the power tools. Now what normal girl got turned on by power tools? I was so weird!"
Author: Kristen Ashley
27. "We were both quiet a long time and I was about to fall back asleep in the curve of his arm with his warm body at my back when he called my name."Laurie?""Yes," I muttered, my voice sleepy."I was pissed last night.""I know.""You look good.""Sorry?""No way you can look like all the rest."My eyes shot open.His arm curled me deeper into his body and I felt his face burrow into my hair."You'd always shine through," he muttered and now he sounded sleepy but I was again wide awake. "Somethin' special," he finished."
Author: Kristen Ashley
28. "The trip home always seemed to take half the time, because Murphy and Little Paint were eager for their dinner. We clung like burrs on their backs and rode like the wind. We were eager for our dinner too."
Author: Linda Ronstadt
29. "This is a combo between Taco and Burrito, nacho!"
Author: Lisi Harrison
30. "You are like a chestnut burr, prickly outside, but silky-soft within, and a sweet kernel, if one can only get at it. Love will make you show your heart some day, and then the rough burr will fall off."
Author: Louisa May Alcott
31. "Un día llegará en que las guerrasno tendrán ni un cristiano a quien matarla soledad del mundo/ ese bochornose expresará en un solo aburrimientolos mansos pizarrones de wall streetquedarán fijos en un cambio inútily nadie habrá para joder a nadie."
Author: Mario Benedetti
32. "Tem muita gente piruá neste planeta. Gente que não reage ao calor, que não desabrocha. Fica ali, duro, triste e inútil pro resto da vida. Não cumpre sua sina de revelar-se, de transformar-se em algo melhor. Não vira pipoca, mantém-se piruá. E um piruá emburrado, que reclama que nada lhe acontece de bom. Pois é. Perdeu a chance de entregar-se ao fogo, tentou se preservar, danou-se."
Author: Martha Medeiros
33. "I need to check in with Seth before I--" he burrowed his face into the side of her neck, his breath almost painfully warm on her throat--"give in to my unconscionable desire to put my hands on you properly."
Author: Melissa Marr
34. "My grief has burrowed into me like a dark thing that eats away at my life."
Author: Morgan Rhodes
35. "Many peoples' tombstones should read 'Died at 30, burried at 60.'"
Author: Nicholas M. Butler
36. "When your soul and minehave left our bodies and we areburried alongside each other,a Potter may one day mouldthe dust of both of usinto the same clay."
Author: Omar Khayyam
37. "Bueno, nos hemos bajado del caballo y nos montamos en el burro. ¡Que sea para bien!"
Author: Orhan Pamuk
38. "The only trouble at first was that one small, cold-sober part of her mind floated free of the rest of her; it was able to observe how solemn a man could be at times like this, how earnest in his hairy nakedness, and how predictable. You had only to offer up your breasts and there was his hungering mouth on one and then the other of them, drawing the nipples out hard; you had only to open your legs and there was his hand at work on you, tirelessly burrowing. Then you got his mouth again, and then you got the whole of him, boyishly proud of his first penetration, lunging and thrusting and ready to love you forever, if only to prove that he could."
Author: Richard Yates
39. "It wallowed in its water-bed; it burrowed, heaved and swung; It gnawed its way ahead with grunts and sighs; Its bill of fare was rock and sand; the tailings were its dung; It glared around with fierce electric eyes. Full fifty buckets crammed its maw; it bellowed out for more; It looked like some great monster in the gloom."
Author: Robert W. Service
40. "Her home is the burrow of a bibliophile hobbit -- low-ceilinged, close-walled, and brimming over with books."
Author: Robin Sloan
41. "A prudent silence will frequently be taken for wisdom and a sentence or two cautiously thrown in will sometimes gain the palm of knowledge, while a man well informed but indiscreet and unreserved will not uncommonly talk himself out of all consideration and weight. (Alexander Hamilton's 'thesis on discretion' written to his son James shortly before his fatal duel with Burr.)"
Author: Ron Chernow
42. "My heart almost vaulted out of my chest. I was snuggled against Ryan's shoulder. We were burrowed under the cloak and sleeping bag, and my hand rested on his cheek, about to swat the stray hair that had fallen over my face. This wouldn't have been so bad, if not for one tiny detail.Ryan was awake."
Author: Sam Dogra
43. "You know on those nature shows when the cute little meerkat is strolling along on its four cute little meerkat legs to get back to her burrow where all her little meerkat politics, drama and family await her, and this big-ass eagle comes swooping overhead…? The smart little meerkat runs for cover and waits that big-ass eagle out. Some time passes, and the meerkat finally decides the eagle got bored and went off to scare the crap out of some other cute little meerkat. So, the meerkat crawls out from her hidey-hole to carry merrily on her way. And just when that little meerkat thought she was home free, that big-ass eagle swoops down and catches her in his big-ass claws. Well… I know exactly how that little meerkat felt…"
Author: Samantha Young
44. "I remember weeping... at the silence, the stillness, the turning passages and cluttered walls. I supposed then that those things would be strange to me for ever, I felt their strangeness making me strange--make me a thing of points and hooks, a burr, a splinter in the gullet of the house."
Author: Sarah Waters
45. "In the glass burrow beneath their feet, the flames began to rise. First the flames, and then the screams"
Author: Scott Lynch
46. "They saw the Scots coming up out of their burrows like raving women in their skirts, dying in ripples across the yellowish-brown soil. They saw the steady tread of the Hampshire's as though they had willingly embarked on a slow-motion dance from which they were content not to return. They saw men from every corner walking, powerless, into an engulfing storm."
Author: Sebastian Faulks
47. "Gigi se olía una historia de Romeo y Julieta, una historia cuyo atractivo se le escapaba. La señorita Capuleto debería haberse casado con el hombre que sus padres eligieron para ella y luego haber tenido una aventura ardiente, pero muy discreta con el señor Montesco. No sólo habría seguido viva, sino que al cabo de un tiempo se habría dado cuenta de que Romeo era un joven imberbe y aburrido con poco que ofrecerle salvo bonitos tópicos. "Es el oriente, y Julieta es el sol". Por favor."
Author: Sherry Thomas
48. "Las personas con un alto nivel de tolerancia al aburrimiento tienen tiempo de sobra para pensar."
Author: Stephen King
49. "Snow falls in the Moosewood Sandhills, on ghost burrows, deer woods, in the bone-home, last snow. What does it mean to become nothing? You've dug a cave in the earth, room of knowing, room of tears. It means to place yourself beneath irrational things and know they are without blame. The potato smell of the dark. You've given up."
Author: Tim Lilburn
50. "The quiet transition from autumn to winter is not a bad time at all. It's a time for protecting and securing things and for making sure you've got in as many supplies as you can. It's nice to gather together everything you possess as close to you as possible, to store up your warmth and your thoughts and burrow yourself into a deep hole inside, a core of safety where you can defend what is important and precious and your very own. Then the cold and the storms and the darkness can do their worst. They can grope their way up the walls looking for a way in, but they won't find one, everything is shut, and you sit inside, laughing in your warmth and your solitude, for you have had foresight."
Author: Tove Jansson

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