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1. "Occasionally my mother called from California. My parents had hurried and difficult conversations. She asked after Buckley and Linsey and Holiday. She asked how the house was holded up and whether there was anything he needed to tell her.'We still miss you,' he said in December 1977, when the leaves had all fallen and been blown or raked away but even still, with the ground waiting to recieve it, there had been no snow.'I know that,' she said.'What about teaching? I thought that was your plan,''It was,' she conceded. She was on the phone in the office of the winery. Things had slowed up after the lunch crowd, but five limos of old ladies, three sheets to the wind, were soon due in. She was silent and then she said something that no one, least of all my father, could have argued with. 'Plans change.'~pgs 226; Changing plans"
Author: Alice Sebold
2. "Kat watched Gabrielle curl into a tiny ball like a kitten while Hale splayed across the limo's backseat, long legs and arms, and a head that, on occasion, would drift onto Kat's shoulder in a way she coudn't bring herself to mind."
Author: Ally Carter
3. "Tenemos más cosas que decirnos, pero estamos aprendiendo a hablar. Juntos, salimos del bosque. Sin tocarnos. Todavía."
Author: Ally Condie
4. "In New York there is always something to look at, but it is all infinitely more interesting through a window in the backseat of a limousine."
Author: Anna Godbersen
5. "ContrastsThe windows of my poetry are wide open on the boulevards and in the shop windowsShineThe precious stones of lightListen to the violins of the limousines and the xylophones of the linotypesThe sketcher washes with the hand-towel of the skyAll is color spotsAnd the hats of the women passing by are comets in the conflagration of the eveningUnity There's no more unityAll the clocks now read midnight after being set back ten minutesThere's no more time.There's no more money.In the ChamberThey are spoiling the marvelous elements of raw material("Contrasts")"
Author: Blaise Cendrars
6. "I do have ambition - I can dress up for a premiere, get in a limousine, but it's not my life. My life is wearing jeans and tennis shoes and travelling on the metro. I have to do that because otherwise my acting is going to be false."
Author: Caterina Murino
7. "This isn't a religious book though I mention God, not a medical advisory though I speak of pain. It's a circus, a mortuary, a grade school, a limousine ride. Will it be worth the paper it's printed on or the screen you hold in your hand? I just hope you remember it next week."
Author: Chila Woychik
8. "Sometimes they would just pay me to stay home and not do anything else, which sounds fantastic but doesn't do much for your ego. Its probably a little like getting alimony-the money is nice but has a nasty aftertaste."
Author: Craig Ferguson
9. "Prom was more about acting out some weird facsimile of adulthood: dress up like a tacky wedding party, hold hands and behave like a couple even if you've never dated, and observe the etiquette of Gilded Age debutantes thrust into modern celebrity: limos, red carpets and a constant stream of paparazzi, played by parents, teachers, and hired photo hacks."
Author: Dave Cullen
10. "Fifteen minutes, a myriad of cups, kleenexes and freshly-vacuumed floor mats and seat cushions later, Kay had the interior of the limousine looking ship-shape. Inching backward out of the car on her knees, she caught a glimpse of one last bit of trash she'd missed hiding under the driver's seat. Lowering her chest to the floor, she stretched her arm under the seat as far as it would go. She grabbed the item and pulled it out and raised herself up from her crouched position. She took one look at the used condom swinging from her fingers, screamed and flung it across the top of the front seat, where it stuck to the air conditioner vents on the dash. She knelt there staring at the thin latex mess, a million scenarios racing through her mind."
Author: Delora Dennis
11. "A good man would help the two people in the limo because it was the right thing to do; a good man would turn himself in; a good man would beg for his job back; a good man would just let this case go and move on. William wasn't a good man, not anymore. He was on a mission."
Author: Destiny Booze
12. "Also, I am driven by a wonderful muse called alimony."
Author: Dick Schaap
13. "My mother's advertising firm specialized in women's accessories. All day long, under the agitated and slightly vicious eye of Mathilde, she supervised photo shoots where crystal earrings glistened on drifts of fake holiday snow, and crocodile handbags-unattended, in the back seats of deserted limousines-glowed in coronas of celestial light. She was good at what she did; she preferred working behind the camera rather than in front of it; and I knew she got a kick out of seeing her work on subway posters and on billboards in Times Square. But despite the gloss and sparkle of the job (champagne breakfasts, gift bags from Bergdorf's) the hours were long and there was a hollowness at the heart of it that-I knew-made her sad."
Author: Donna Tartt
14. "What I like about limousines is they have tinted windows, so no-one can see if you're snogging in the back seat."
Author: Elizabeth Jane Howard
15. "To accommodate her hats, the limousine roof was raised five inches over her passenger seat."
Author: Estella M. Chung
16. "Limousines with liveried chauffers delivered earnest ladies to the picket lines, sometimes in strikes against businesses which helped pay for the limousines."
Author: Eugene Lyons
17. "Los estúpidos sentimentales de la Revolución Francesa hablaban de los derechos del Hombre. Pero nosotros odiamos tanto los derechos como los tuertos, y a unos y a otros los abolimos."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
18. "Vsako dejanje, misel in obcutek spodbudi namen in ta namen je vzrok, ki obstaja kot vzrok s posledico. Ce smo soudeleženi v vzroku, ni mogoce, da ne bi bili soudeleženi tudi v posledici. Na ta najglobji nacin smo odgovorni za vsako svoje dejanje, misel in obcutek, kar pomeni, za vsak svoj namen. Mi sami bomo deležni sadu vsakega svojega namena. Zato je pametno, da se zacnemo zavedati mnogih namenov, ki dajejo sporocila našim izkušnjam, da razvrstimo, kateri nameni ustvarjajo katere posledice, in izbiramo svoje namene glede na posledice, ki jih želimo ustvarjati."
Author: Gary Zukav
19. "Cloveški rod je postal aroganten. Vedemo se, kot bi bila Zemlja naša in bi lahko z njo delali po mili volji. Onesnažujemo Zemljo, oceane in ozracje, da zadovoljujemo svoje potrebe, ne pomislimo pa na potrebe drugih življenskih oblik, ki tudi živijo na Zemlji, ali na potrebe Zemlje. Mislimo, da se mi zavedamo, Vsemirje pa ne. Mislimo in delamo, kot da se bo naš obstoj kot živih sil v Vsemirju koncal s tem življenjem in kot da nismo odgovorni ne drugim ne Vsemirju."
Author: Gary Zukav
20. "I'm in the back of a limousine with Charlie Chaplin and it's 1928. Charlie is beautiful; his body language seems to skip, and reel and rhyme, heartbreaking and witty at the same time. It seems to promise a better world."
Author: Geoff Ryman
21. "Tutte le "realtà" e le "fantasie" possono prendere forma solo attraverso la scrittura, nella quale esteriorità e interiorità, mondo e io, esperienza e fantasia appaiono composte della stessa materia verbale; le visioni polimorfe degli occhi e dell'anima si trovano contenute in righe uniformi di caratteri minuscoli o maiuscoli, di punti, di virgole, di parentesi; pagine di segni allineati fitti fitti come granelli di sabbia rappresentano lo spettacolo variopinto del mondo in una superficie sempre uguale e sempre diversa, come le dune spinte dal vento del deserto."
Author: Italo Calvino
22. "I assumed he knew that your coach was abusing you. I realized in the limo that he didn't."For a moment, there is only silence. When Damien speaks, his words are ice cold. "He knew."
Author: J. Kenner
23. "The film festival measured a mile in length, from the Martinez to the Vieux Port, where sales executives tucked into their platters of fruits de mer, but was only fifty yards deep. For a fortnight the Croisette and its grand hotels willingly became a facade, the largest stage set in the world. Without realizing it, the crowds under the palm trees were extras recruited to play their traditional roles. As they cheered and hooted, they were far more confident than the film actors on display, who seemed ill at ease when they stepped from their limos, like celebrity criminals ferried to a mass trial by jury at the Palais, a full-scale cultural Nuremberg furnished with film clips of the atrocities they had helped to commit."
Author: J.G. Ballard
24. "Leah looked at her parents, lost in their own fantasies, and decided that the three of them were a pretty pathetic family - but she wasn't sure who was more pathetic: the dateless girl spending the night of the big dance by herself in her bedroom, or the parents who foolishly believed a boy would arrive on their doorstep with flowers, a limo, and a promise to rescue their daughter from her solitude."
Author: J.M. Reep
25. "Before I started LimoLand, I mainly bought my clothes in Harlem, where I found clothing my size in fun colors. I still like to go there and see the vibrancy and colors of the neighborhood. I am also very influenced by the colors of my contemporary African and Japanese art collections."
Author: Jean Pigozzi
26. "You go first.Go through the door before me.Enter the limousine while I wait by your side.Enter the shops while I stand behind, guarding your back.Sit at the table before me.Please, sample the tastiest morsels while I sit quietly. My desire is that you go first, in every occasion of earthly life.Only once will I go before you,And that will be at my last moment.For when death claims us, you must go last.Because I can't live one second without you."
Author: Jean Sasson
27. "Felicia managed to stagger to her feet, open the front door, and limp haltingly to the white limousine idling on the snowy street outside the house. Murphy went to the window to watch Felicia get into the limo and depart."Yeah," I said, deadpan. "The little blond woman has two of them."
Author: Jim Butcher
28. "Trebaju nam mnogo veci džepovi,razmišljao sam ležeci u krevetu i brojeci tih sedam minuta potrebnih normalnom covjeku da utone u san.Trebaju nam divovski džepovi,džepovi dovoljno veliki za našu obitelj i prijatelje,cak i ljude koji nam nisu na popisu,ljude koje nikada nismo upoznali,ali ih ipak želimo zaštiti.Trebaju nam džepovi za gradske opcine i za cijele gradove,džep u koji bi stao citav svemir.Ali znao sam da džepovi ne mogu biti toliko veliki.Na koncu svi ostanu bez sviju.To se ne može izbjeci nikakvim izumom,pa sam se,te noci,osjecao poput kornjace koja na ledima nosi sve ostalo što postoji u svemiru."
Author: Jonathan Safran Foer
29. "Once, I took a taxi. I hate those limousines. They stink and their drivers have been driving dead people to the cemeteries."
Author: Klaus Kinski
30. "— ¿Qué haces?Él arqueó las cejas.—Un sesenta y nueve.—Espera, ¿qué?—Limos se alejó de él y clavó las rodillas en la arena, negándose a moverse ni un ápice. —No puedes tocarme.Arik le regaló una sonrisa de lo más perversa.—No, pero tú sí que puedes hacerlo mientras yo te miro."
Author: Larissa Ione
31. "Limos is nursing one hell of a headache, and Arik wants to shove an M-80 up your ass.""Kinky," Than said, "but I'm new to the sex thing. I'm not ready for hardcore yet."
Author: Larissa Ione
32. "Jedna od najobicnijih i najraširenijih praznovjerica je ta da svaki covjek ima jedino svoja odredena svojstva, da je covjek dobar, zao, glup, energican, apatican itd. Ljudi nisu takvi. Možemo kazati o covjeku da je cešce dobar nego zao, cešce pametan nego glup, cešce energican nego apatican, i obratno; ali ce biti neistina ako reknemo o kojem covjeku da je dobar ili pametan, a o drugom da je zao ili glup. A mi uvijek tako dijelimo ljude. I to nije istina. Ljudi su kao rijeke: voda je u svima jednaka i svuda ista, ali svaka je rijeka sad uska, sad brza, sad široka, sad tiha, sad cista, sad hladna, sad mutna, sad topla. Tako i ljudi. Svaki covjek nosi u sebi zacetke svih ljudskih svojstava te ponekad ispoljava jedne, ponekad druge, i cesto nije nikako nalik na sebe, a ipak ostaje vazda onaj koji jest."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
33. "Let me be serious: divorce is a sacred institution between a man and a woman who hate each other. God wanted Adam to pay alimony to Eve, not Steve."
Author: Lewis Black
34. "„Vidiš", rece on sjedajuci, „to je cudno, ali pronalazimo svakojake razloge ne bismo li sprijecili sebe da volimo, zato što se plašimo dacemo patiti, da cemo jednog dana biti ostavljeni. Volimo, medutim,život, iako znamo da ce nas on jednog dana napustiti."
Author: Marc Levy
35. "Tell me why the limousine fleet has increased by 42 percent since Barack Obama took office. Why are we spending taxpayers' money on that? Limos should be for weddings and proms, certainly not for government officials to be riding around in."
Author: Mark Neumann
36. "...pravda je pravo da ucinimo ono što mislimo da treba..."
Author: Meša Selimović
37. "But then, you know, I'm very happy, I've got to this stage in my life and I'm not dead. I haven't got married and divorced and done all that palimony business, you know all that mess."
Author: Michael Hutchence
38. "The limo pulled up to two crescent-shaped gold-plated buildings standing side by side, stretching high into the sky. The farther building said The Diamond Hotel, and the closer one The Diamond Residences."
Author: Michelle Madow
39. "Mislim, dakle postojim je recenica intelektualca koji potcjenjuje zubobolju.Osjecam, dakle postojim mnogo je šire primjenjiva istina i tice se svega živog.Moje ja u osnovi se ne razlikuje od vašeg onim što misli. Ljudi je mnogo, ideja je malo: svi mislimo približno jednako i ideje jedni drugima predajemo, posudujemo, krademo.Kad mi pak netko stane na nogu, bol osjecam samo ja. Osnova ja nije mišljenje, nego patnja koja je najosnovniji od svih osjecaja. U patnji ni macka ne može sumnjati u svje nezamjenjivo ja. U snažnoj patnji svijet nestaje i svatko od nas je sam sa sobom.Patnja je sveucilište egocentrika."
Author: Milan Kundera
40. "He lifted a single eyebrow as he adjusted his pants, zipping his fly. The sound made my back stiffen and I realized how close we'd just been to copulating in the back of a car."I think you look good just like that."I stared at him for two seconds before I smacked him on his infuriatingly well-muscled shoulder."My shirt is ripped open and…" I frantically twisted in my seat and may have shrieked, "Where are my underwear?!"There was no amusement in his voice when he responded, "Someplace safe."My eyes widened further and, I knew, my mouth hung open dumbly. I was about to lose my mind."Give them back-""You don't need them-""-to me right now-""-and you should try new things-""I am not leaving this limo while commando!"The passenger door on Quinn's side opened and I yanked the skirt I was wearing back to my midcalf.I didn't miss his dark smile when it was clear that I was not likely to push the underwear issue further until we were in private. And, by then, it likely wouldn't matter."
Author: Penny Reid
41. "Pitao sam roditelje što mi je ciniti.- Podrži je — rekla je mama. — Ako je voliš, pruži joj podršku.Tako sam i ucinio. Taj sam tjedan proveo na predavanjima, boraveci u uredu koji se nalazio u hodniku gdje je i ona radila. Nekoliko puta sam se zaustavio tek da vidim je li sve u redu. - Želim samo vidjeti kako si - govorio sam. - Ako mogu bilo što uciniti, samo reci.Nakon nekoliko dana, ona me nazvala: — Cuj, Randy, sjedim ovdje, osjecam kako mi nedostaješ i želim da si tu kraj mene. To nešto znaci, što misliš?Konacno je shvatila. Ipak je bila zaljubljena.Moji roditelji su još jednom bili u pravu. Ljubav jest pobijedila. Na kraju tjedna Jai se preselila u Pittsburgh.Zidovi od opeka postoje s razlogom. Oni nam daju priliku shvatiti koliko žarko nešto želimo."
Author: Randy Pausch
42. "Ridiculous yachts and private planes and big limousines won't make people enjoy life more, and it sends out terrible messages to the people who work for them. It would be so much better if that money was spent in Africa - and it's about getting a balance."
Author: Richard Branson
43. "Kaloka! Ito ba ang Pilipinas na gustong iligtas nina Lola Sepa at Emil? Iligtas mula saan? Kung sarili nga ayaw nitong iligtas! Ang gusto lang ng mga ito'y kumain, tumae, mag-Glutathione, saka pumunta sa weekend markets, mag-malling para makalibre ng air-con, mag-text ng corny jokes, sumingit sa pila ng bigas, saka umasa ng suwerte sa lotto o sa TV! Kapag may bagyo o lindol o anumang problema'y laban pero susuko din agad at makakalimot, o kaya ay magma-migrate! Ilang taon na ba ang bansang ito pero bakit hanggang ngayo'y wala pa ring pinagkatandaan?"
Author: Ricky Lee
44. "Quizas te sorprenda que me acuerde con tanto detalle de ese dia, de esas horas (...) A mi tambien me sorprende. Solo recordamos con tanta precision los dias marcados por algun acontecimiento historico del que hemos sido testigos, o por la muerte de algun familiar muy querido. Al hablar de un dia asi damos importancia capital a los detalles mas insignificantes; decimos: era martes, la una y media de la tarde, veintiocho de octubre; o bien: yo me encontraba en un rincon, alrededor de las dos y media llego el medico, unos minutos antes de las tres el enfermo pidio una limonada y, cuando murio, el reloj marcaba exactamente las tres y cuatro minutos. Los detalles no tienen ningun sentido en si, pero continuamos arrastrando su recuerdoa una escala exagerada. No hay otra forma de entender..., asi que nos agarramos a los desechos del mundo real, pues lo ocurrido es tan incomprensible que necesitamos algunos puntos de apoyo para no perder el equilibrio."
Author: Sándor Márai
45. "The lobby of the Nelson Hotel always smells of the river -- it's in the pores of the place -- but this evening the smell is heavier than usual. It's a smell that makes us think of bad ideas, blown investments, forged checks, deteriorating health, stolen office supplies, unpaid alimony, empty promises, skin tumors, lost ambition, abandoned sample cases filled with cheap novelties, dead hope, dead skin, and fallen arches.This is the kind of place you don't come to unless you've been here before and all your other options are pretty much foreclosed. It's a place where men who left their families two decades before now lie on narrow beds with pee-stained mattresses, coughing and smoking cigarettes."
Author: Stephen King
46. "Veš katero napako delamo spet in spet. Mislimo, da je življenje nespremenljivo in da moramo, ko smo se enkrat utirili, slediti tiru prav do konca. Usoda pa je veliko bolj domiselna od nas. Ko že misliš, da si se znašel v slepi ulici, ko si na robu brezupa, pride mocan sunek vetra in v hipu vse preobrne, vse se spremeni in naenkrat se znajdeš v cisto novem življenju."
Author: Susanna Tamaro
47. "I quite enjoy fame, especially when you go to conventions in America where they treat you like a god with stretch limos and the whole fame thing, but then when you come back to Britain, you end up changing in a toilet in a theatre off West End and that's really good, because that is what it's about."
Author: Sylvester McCoy
48. "— Durante toda la noche estuvo así y, por fin, nos fuimos a casa. Yo llegué a pensar que no iba a hacerlo. Que la noche iba a terminar y que él no iba a pronunciar aquellas malditas palabras. Y ahí me tienes a mí, preguntándome si tendría que ser yo quien lo preguntara de nuevo para terminar de una vez por todas con aquello. Y si me vuelve a decir que no...—No dije que no la primera vez —intervino Mark.—... le doy una paliza. Le dejo inconsciente, lo meto en un avión y nos vamos para Las Vegas, porque ya no soy ningún jovencito.—Y está claro que con la edad tampoco has madurado —refunfuñó Mark.Steven le lanzó una mirada amenazante.—Así que salimos de la limusina y estoy tratando de acordarme de aquella proposición tan fantástica que le hice aquella vez y va él y me agarra del codo y desembucha: «Steve, maldita sea. Tienes que casarte conmigo»."
Author: Sylvia Day
49. "Can I take advantage of you in the limo?" His eyes laughed at me. "By all means, angel mine."
Author: Sylvia Day
50. "I closed my eyes trying to push past the jealousy. " Do you know why I chose your ring?""Red is our color,"he said quietly,"Red dresses in limos. Red f-me heels at garden parties. A red rose in your hair when you married me."
Author: Sylvia Day

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