Top Taco Quotes

Browse top 106 famous quotes and sayings about Taco by most favorite authors.

Favorite Taco Quotes

1. "Se è estremamente improbabile, infatti, che esista qualcosa di soprannaturale, è certo altrettanto difficile dimostrare che il soprannaturale non esiste. Gli eventi naturali dell'esistenza e quelli inesplicabili sembrano in realtà combinarsi in un unico mitico processo, che costituisce il vero e proprio spettacolo del mondo. Comunque, negare l'esistenza dell'ignoto non è più legittimo che farne l'oggetto di un atto di fede."
Author: Alexander Lernet Holenia
2. "Egli era libero, ma infinitamente libero, fino a non sentirsi pesare sulla terra. Gli mancava quel peso delle relazioni umane che ostacola il passo, gli mancavano quelle lacrime, quegli addii, quelle gioie, quei rimproveri, tutto ciò che un uomo accarezza o distrugge ad ogni gesto che accenna, quei mille vincoli che lo appesantiscono legandolo agli altri."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
3. "Tacos.""Tacos?" I echoed.This seemed to amuse him. "Tomatoes, lettuce, cheese.""I know what a taco is!"
Author: Becca Fitzpatrick
4. "During the first couple of years of 'Dancing with the Stars,' I would go to Jack in the Box in my ball gown after the shows and get the Taco Nachos with cheese as my reward."
Author: Carrie Ann Inaba
5. "Sometimes grace is having the strength to persevere through the storm.Sometimes it's having the guts to rebuild, to take a chance, to follow your nose and your heart rather than your head.Sometimes grace is finding out that your preconceived notions are dead wrong. Sometimes it's being surprised by joy. Sometimes grace is something you can feel even if you can't see it. And sometimes it's a bowl of watermelon gazpacho when you were expecting Taco Bell."
Author: Cathleen Falsani
6. "Great art is horseshit, buy tacos."
Author: Charles Bukowski
7. "I love Taco Bell. Whenever I go there, I could get anything on the menu and be totally happy."
Author: Chris Massoglia
8. "He could hear trhe voices, the whispers, the sighs, of these souls who were unable to let go of their burdens. ... Pi understood this need to hold on. To let let go of his pain. It had become such a part of him. Who would he be without it? The thought frightened him. So he wandered the halls of the catacombs like the other souls who were half-dead and half-alive."
Author: Clare Vanderpool
9. "... dove trovare il tempo per leggere?grave problema.che non esiste.nel momento in cui mi pongo il problema del tempo per leggere, vuol dire che quel che manca è la voglia. poiché, a ben vedere, nessuno ha mai tempo per leggere. né i piccoli, né gli adolescenti, né i grandi. la vita è un perenne ostacolo alla lettura."leggere? vorrei tanto, ma il lavoro, i bambini, la casa, non ho più tempo...""come la invidio, lei, che ha tempo per leggere!"e perché questa donna, che lavora, fa la spesa, si occupa dei bambini, guida la macchina, ama tre uomini, frequenta il dentista, trasloca la settimana prossima, trova il tempo per leggere, e quel casto scapolo che vive di rendita, no?il tempo per leggere è sempre tempo rubato. (come il tempo per scrivere, d'altronde, o il tempo per amare.)rubato a cosa?diciamo, al dovere di vivere.[...]il tempo per leggere, come il tempo per amare, dilata il tempo per vivere."
Author: Daniel Pennac
10. "Arrojó su taco de papel sobre la mesa, y pude ver que no había estado tomando notas, como pensé, sino simplemente dibujando equis una y otra vez, hasta que la hoja entera estaba cubierta de ellas. Por alguna razón esto me asustó más que su uniforme o su cara de matón."
Author: David Benioff
11. "Prometto che non ti scriverò e che non cercherò di mettermi in contatto con te. Non ti importunerò mai più. A malincuore chiuderò la porta che ti ho aperto con tanta gioia. Ma se per qualche motivo deciderai di tornare da me, devi sapere che in questa fase della mia vita ho bisogno della tua disponibilità più completa e della tua capacità di comprensione più profonda. Ho bisogno che tu fluisca liberamente verso di me, senza alcun ostacolo esterno. Ne ho bisogno come dell'aria che respiro. Se non puoi donarmi tutto questo, non venire. Davvero: non venire. Perché probabilmente mi sono sbagliata sul tuo conto...(David Grossman, Che tu sia per me il coltello)"
Author: David Grossman
12. "I am SHADOW, and my dwelling is near to theCatacombs of Ptolemais, and hard by those dim plains of Helusionwhich border upon the foul Charonian canal." And then did we, theseven, start from our seats in horror, and stand trembling, andshuddering, and aghast, for the tones in the voice of the shadow werenot the tones of any one being, but of a multitude of beings, and,varying in their cadences from syllable to syllable fell duskly uponour ears in the well-remembered and familiar accents of many thousanddeparted friends."
Author: Edgar Allan Poe
13. "Daca ma apucam sa scriu frantuzeste de cînd am venit în Franta, azi aveam un nume si alte posibilitati; oricum ar fi, am reusit sa învat sa scriu cu usurinta; uneori îmi pare mai greu sa scriu în româneste... Parisul a devenit un centru de români; eu nu-i caut si fac tot posibilul sa-i evit; dupa urma lor nu pot avea decît neplaceri; umbla de dimineata pîna seara de la unul la altul purtînd vorbe si facîndu-si iluzii. Spectacolul unei colonii în strainatate e întotdeauna deprimant."
Author: Emil Cioran
14. "Gripat. Am ramas în pat toata ziua. Revenirea unor vechi obsesii, a sentimentului ca pentru mine nimic nu e posibil. Oriunde ma duc, bolile mele ma însotesc. E datul capital al existentei mele. S-ar spune chiar ca aceste boli ma preceda, ca pregatesc terenul ca sa pot fi nefericit fara dificultate, fara obstacole. Chiar si în Paradis de m-as duce, fenomenul s-ar repeta ineluctabil."
Author: Emil Cioran
15. "...I am still librarian in your house, for I never was dismissed, and never gave up the office. Now I am librarian here as well.''But you have just told me you were sexton here!''So I am. It is much the same profession. Except you are a true sexton, books are but dead bodies to you, and a library nothing but a catacomb!"
Author: George MacDonald
16. "Don't judge your taco by its price"
Author: Hunter S. Thompson
17. "The decorator of Las Colimas must have been a great admirer of both early Aztec and late Taco Bell architectural styles."
Author: Ilona Andrews
18. "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
19. "When I'm in a relationship, I love like a burrito. And if you're a taco, don't talk to me. At our core we may seem similar, but trust me, we are two different items on the menu."
Author: Jarod Kintz
20. "As my grandfather once famously shouted, in a drunken stupor, "You can't have fish tacos if you still have the hook in your mouth!" And while I have no idea what he meant, or how it's relevant, I tell that story to any indigenous Mexican I meet who doesn't speak English. Interestingly, they offer the wisest response possible: they simply nod and smile."
Author: Jarod Kintz
21. "I once made love to a taco shell stuffed with rancid meat and watery tomato bits. It was the best sex I've ever served to an unsuspecting customer."
Author: Jarod Kintz
22. "I drive by McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's everyday before I get to Taco Bell. Then I keep driving to Chipotle."
Author: Jarod Kintz
23. "Empty packets of hot sauce remind me of the love I used to have for her. Now all I'm left with is this yummy taco."
Author: Jarod Kintz
24. "Vince and I had reached the point where there was nothing else we could think of to do with the taco wrapper, and since he refused to draw straws for the privilege of telling Deborah, I'd been forced to make the call to give her the news that we'd come up blank. And three minutes later, here she was, striding into our lab like avenging fury."Goddamn it," she said before she was even all the way in the room, "I need something from you!""Maybe a sedative?" Vince suggested, and for once I thought he was right on the money."
Author: Jeff Lindsay
25. "Montana's ranchers raise the best cattle in the world. If Taco Bell needs to beef up, they can give their customers the highest quality meat around by using Montana beef, and in the process, supporting agriculture jobs in Montana."
Author: Jon Tester
26. "How do we regulate our emotions? The answer is surprisingly simple: by thinking about them. The prefrontal cortex allows each of us to contemplate his or her own mind, a talent psychologists call metacognition. We know when we are angry; every emotional state comes with self-awareness attached, so that an individual can try to figure out why he's feeling what he's feeling. If the particular feeling makes no sense—if the amygdala is simply responding to a loss frame, for example—then it can be discounted. The prefrontal cortex can deliberately choose to ignore the emotional brain."
Author: Jonah Lehrer
27. "Democrats inhabit the low shores of Puget Sound, mostly on its eastern side, in a ragged trail of port-cities that stretches from Bellingham, close to the Canadian border, through Everett, Seattle, and Tacoma, to Olympia, the state capital, at the southern end of the sound."
Author: Jonathan Raban
28. "But damn it, give me my tacos."
Author: Jordan Dane
29. "El taco sudado es el Volkswagen de los tacos: práctico, bueno y económico"
Author: Jorge Ibargüengoitia
30. "As for the orchestra,' Quinsonnas continued, 'it has fallen very low since his instrument no longer suffices to feed the instrumentalist! Talk about a trade that's not practical. Ah, if we could use the power wasted on the pedals of a piano for pumping water out of coal mines! If the air escaping from ophicleides could also be used to turn the Catacomb Company's windmills! If the trombone's alternating action could be applied to a mechanical sawmill - oh, then the executants would be rich and many!"
Author: Jules Verne
31. "I don't eat fast food often, but I love tacos. I could write prophetically about how perfect the taco is."
Author: Ken Baumann
32. "I just love food, especially my mom's Bulgarian cooking. Taco Bell is my favorite fast food restaurant. I also love Italian food."
Author: Leah LaBelle
33. "Ramon looked closely at the little guy as he ate. "Maybe he's Jewish. I mean, if Sammy Davis Jr. could convert to Judaism, why not a chupacabra? We should name him Harry Mendelbaum."I held up my arms in protest. "You're all racist. Now shut up. We'll call him Taco von Precious of Svenenstein. There, everybody happy?""Isn't von the same thing as of?" Frank asked. "Wouldn't that be kind of redundant?""You're redundant," I said."
Author: Lish McBride
34. "Postremo pereunt imbres, ubi eos pater aether in gremium matris terrai praecipitavit;at nitidae surgunt fruges ramique virescuntarboribus, crescunt ipsae fetuque gravantur.hinc alitur porro nostrum genus atque ferarum,hinc laetas urbes pueris florere videmus frondiferasque novis avibus canere undique silvas,hinc fessae pecudes pinguis per pabula laetacorpora deponunt et candens lacteus umoruberibus manat distentis, hinc nova prolesartubus infirmis teneras lasciva per herbas ludit lacte mero mentes perculsa novellas.haud igitur penitus pereunt quaecumque videntur,quando alit ex alio reficit natura nec ullamrem gigni patitur nisi morte adiuta aliena."
Author: Lucretius
35. "Bienvenida"Se me ocurre que vas a llegar distinta no exactamente más lindani más fuerteni más dócilni más cautatan solo que vas a llegar distintacomo si esta temporada de no vermete hubiera sorprendido a vos tambiénquizá porque sabescómo te pienso y te enumerodespués de todo la nostalgia existeaunque no lloremos en los andenes fantasmalesni sobre las almohadas de candorni bajo el cielo opacoyo nostalgiotu nostalgiasy cómo me revienta que él nostalgietu rostro es la vanguardiatal vez llega primeroporque lo pinto en las paredescon trazos invisibles y segurosno olvides que tu rostrome mira como pueblosonríe y rabia y cantacomo puebloy eso te da una lumbreinapagableahora no tengo dudasvas a llegar distinta y con señalescon nuevascon honduracon franquezasé que voy a quererte sin preguntassé que vas a quererme sin respuestas."
Author: Mario Benedetti
36. "I was going to say he's aimless," the witch replied. "I know he's a bit old to be old to living at home with his mom, but he's had a difficult time holding a job. He's worked at Wendy's, Taco Bell, and Burger King, but it all ends the same way- he challenges his manager to combat, takes over the restaurant, and enslaves his coworkers. Then it's back to video games." - Morgan le Fay"
Author: Michael Buckley
37. "-Puede que haya un modo de que escapemos de este lugar -dijo Lúmino al día siguiente.(...)-¿Cómo? -pregunté, pero entonces se me ocurrió una idea-. Tu magia. la recuperas cuando me proteges.-Sí.(...)-Pero ahora estoy en peligro... Lo estoy desde que me secuestraron los Luces. -Y no había ni el menor destello de magia en él.-Puede que sea una cuestión de medida. O puede que haga falta una amenaza física.Suspiré. Estaba deseando tener esperanzas.-Muchos "puede" son ésos. Supongo que nadie tuvo la delicadeza de darte unas instrucciones sobre cómo... funcionas ahora, ¿verdad?-No.-¿Pues qué propones, entonces? ¿Ataco a Serymn, y cuando me responda, vuelas la casa por los aires y nos matas a todos?Hubo un momento de pausa. Creo que mi sarcasmo lo molestaba.-En esencia, sí. Pero no sería muy lógico que te matara a ti, así que limitaré la cantidad de fuerza que utilice.-Agradezco tu consideración, Lúmino, en serio."
Author: N.K. Jemisin
38. "I know," I say. "It sucks. Let's go get tacos and sit on the beach."
Author: Nina LaCour
39. "Well," Claire said, "at least we have tacos. Everything goes better with tacos."
Author: Rachel Caine
40. "Archer let go of my hand and turned back to his menu. "Okay. So apparently we can have tacos or wontons, or we could have wontons stuffed with tacos which, frankly, sounds like intensely evil magic. You should maybe make a few calls, Mercer.""Or," I said, twirling my straw. "We could ditch this place and go to the local graveyard, see if there are any ghouls hanging about, maybe a few Dark Magic users we could bust."Archer's eyes met mine over the top of his menu. "Don't tease a man like that."I just grinned. "Your sword is in the trunk of the car."
Author: Rachel Hawkins
41. "Por todos los santos, qué noble que es este grupo.Son todos unos espartacos ,¿no es así?"
Author: Richelle Mead
42. "Tacos will grow on Christmas trees before I learn to carry a tune. Fortunately, it doesn't matter. In karaoke, talent means nada; enthusiasm is everything. What I lack in talent, I make up for in passion. Hence my karaoke problem."
Author: Rob Sheffield
43. "Elliot Rawley was a drinker, Cy's mother had been right. And he was a poor drinker. One that let the demons of the bottle into his head when he tipped it back, demons that went about unloosing all the trouble they could find stashed in the catacombs of his mind. Every tragic thing that had ever happened, every self-doubt, every delusion, freed itself from bondage and revisited him when he drank."
Author: Sarah Hall
44. "- Non possiamo sempre aspettare con pazienza. E' come in amore. Ci innamoriamo di una persona e subito il nostro tempo accelera, l'abbiamo lasciata un momento fa e subito vorremmo rivederla, le ore lontano da lei sembrano lunghissime. Allora corriamo, scavalchiamo ostacoli e barriere, solo per raggiungerla un minuto prima. Michelle, lei ha fretta perchè è innamorata del suo futuro, del suo mestiere,del desiderio di tornare alle luci del teatro"
Author: Stefano Benni
45. "If you think," he began, "that being sober and working steadily broke my bullshit meter, now you know better. I knew you were nailing Cross again from the moment you started back up."Biting into my taco, I shot him a skeptical look."Eva honey, don't you think that if there were another man in New York who could bang it out all night like Cross, I would've found him by now?"
Author: Sylvia Day
46. "I've been like everywhere And we went to a bunch of different places and got really stoned Then we wnet to another place and got stones again ANd we met these other stoners and went somewhere else and ate tacos ANd I lost my keys and we couldn't go anywhere, so we just got stoned Then we ran out of weed, but I remembered my keys were in the other pocket, adn we went somewhere to score, and got stoned..."Colman..." "And more people came over, and we found a bog of marshmallows and made s'mores...."
Author: Tim Dorsey
47. "The whole underneath of Paris was an ant nest, Metro tunnels, sewer shafts, catacombs, mines, cemeteries. She'd been down in the city of bones where skulls and femurs rose in yellowing walls. Right down there, win the square before them. through a dinky little entrance, were the Roman ruins like honeycomb. The trains went under the river. There were tunnels people had forgotten about. It was a wonder Paris stood up at all. The bit you saw was only half of it. Her skin burned, thinking of it. The Hunchback knew. Up here in the tower of Notre Dame he saw how it was. Now and then, with the bells rattling his bones, he saw it like God saw it -- inside, outside, above and under -- just for a moment. The rest of the time he went back to hurting and waiting like Scully out there crying in the wind."
Author: Tim Winton
48. "To physically overcome death – is that not the goal? – we must think the unthinkable thoughts and ask unanswerable questions. Yet we must not lose ourselves in abstract vapors of philosophy. Death ahs his concrete allies, we must enlist ours. Never underestimate how much assistance, how much satisfaction, how much comfort, how much soul and transcendence there might be in a well-made taco and a cold bottle of beer. The solution to the ultimate problem may prove to be elemental and quite practical. Philosophers have argued for centuries about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin, but materialists have known all along that it depends on whether they are jitterbugging or dancing cheek to cheek."
Author: Tom Robbins
49. "It is not only streams and rivers that flow: a street, with a door set back from it, can slid over into the depth of an abyss. The street was her youth, was all the minutes, the seconds of her existence. The grass sprouting between the cobbles, the pinpricks, the needles while her stomach cried its hunger. The closed door, the step she sat on - quietly, for there was nothing she desired. A door set back from the street was enough for her. To grow old is to wrap ourselves up well so we can wander warmly through our private catacombs."
Author: Violette Leduc
50. "The porter spends his days in the Library keeping strict vigil over this catacomb of books, passing along between the shelves and yet never paying heed to the almost audible susurrus of desire- the desire every book has to be taken down and read, to live, to come into being in somebody's mind. He even hands the volumes over the counter, seeks them out in their proper places or returns them there without once realising that a Book is a Person and not a Thing."
Author: W.N.P. Barbellion

Taco Quotes Pictures

Quotes About Taco
Quotes About Taco
Quotes About Taco

Today's Quote

Yet deep inside I know that I'm truly blessed that I was loved by someone like you. I'll always love you my Mia Amor. I'll never forget the first poem I've written for you and how that was the first taste of love I've ever felt in my 26 years.You've shown me a love that I've never known. A love that comes along ‘once' in a lifetime! A love ‘through the years'; I have shared with you! You are this kind of love, I love you. Thank you for being the "PERFECT LOVE" for me."
Author: Chimnese Davids

Famous Authors

Popular Topics