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1. "In terms of pots and pans, I just use the basics - I'm not a snob like that."
Author: Aerin Lauder
2. "Noel ducked to the lower cabinets – a percussion of pots and pans clanged into each other. "Are you intentionally trying not to listen to me?"His head popped above the counter. "I resent that. I'm a great listener. Just ask the TV."Emily rolled her eyes. "Alright. I had…" Noel heard her swallow and he suddenly wanted to knock himself out with the frying pan. "…relations…with a mortal, Tommy." He ducked again, this time from embarrassment. He groaned silently, wishing she'd turn and walk away before she said what he knew was coming."It wasn't quite the same as it was when I was human. It didn't—""Please you, yeah I got it," he blurted. "Please, for the love of God, stop."
Author: Devon Ashley
3. "Parents who daily read Robert Lewis Stevenson to their children and surrounds them with blocks, plastic animals, and some cardboard boxes or kitchen pots and pans are going to produce a qualitatively different child from those who spend that time on TV or videos, even if their choices ARE only Winnie the Pooh and Mr. Rogers."
Author: Diane Medved
4. "Much of our modern difficulty, in religion and other things, arises merely from this: that we confuse the word "indefinable" with the word "vague." If some one speaks of a spiritual fact as "indefinable" we promptly picture something misty, a cloud with indeterminate edges. But this is an error even in commonplace logic. The thing that cannot be defined is the first thing; the primary fact. It is our arms and legs, our pots and pans, that are indefinable. The indefinable is the indisputable. The man next door is indefinable, because he is too actual to be defined. And there are some to whom spiritual things have the same fierce and practical proximity; some to whom God is too actual to be defined."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
5. "If if's and and's were pots and pans, there'd be no need for tinkers."
Author: George Bernard Shaw
6. "These blithering women who thought they could do a man's work. Why the hell couldn't they stay at home and mind their pots and pans and stick to their frocks and gossip and leave men's work to the men."
Author: Ian Fleming
7. "...even my work, the largest of the pots and pans I'd placed under my life's leaking ceiling, had become to small to contain my misery."
Author: Joseph O'Neill
8. "The air in my home is heavy with my mom's unhappiness. And her exhaustion. And her sheer dissatisfaction with her life. And I hate it. I can be up in my room when she's in the kitchen below and I feel her despair seeping up through the floorboards. You can hear her banging pots and pans or cursing the vacuum cleaner"
Author: Laura Buzo
9. "That night, Gregory dreamt of his mother. It was a dream that he'd have carried to his therapist like a raw, precious egg if he'd had a therapist, and the dream made him wish he had one. In the dream, he sat in the kitchen of his mother's house at the table on his usual place. He could hear her handle pots and pans and sigh occasionally. Sitting there filled his heart with sadness and also with a long missed feeling of comfort until he realised that the chair and the table were much too small for him: it was a child's chair and he could barely fit his long legs under the table. He was worried that his mother might scold him for being so large and for not wearing pants. Gregory, in the dream, felt his manhood press against his belly while he was crouching uncomfortably, not daring to move."
Author: Marcus Speh
10. "Oh, no said her mother sadly. You know nothing of the pettiness of women. When brothers agree to split a joint family they sometimes divide lakhs of rupees worth of property in a few minutes. But the tussle of their wives over the pots and pans in the common kitchen--that nearly causes bloodshed."
Author: Vikram Seth
11. "They plan and they fix and they do, and then some kitchen-dwelling fiend slips a scorchy, soggy, tasteless mess into their pots and pans…So when the bread didn't rise, and the fish wasn't quite done at the bone, and the rice was scorched, he slapped Janie until she had a ringing sound in her ears and told her about her brains before he stalked on back to the store."
Author: Zora Neale Hurston

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