[I Will Make Up A Crush, You Hear Me?! I Will Look At A Guy And Say, For Two Months At Least, 'I Think You're Cute.' And Then I Can Be Psycho. I Will Go In My Head And Make A Whole Life With Him, He Don't Even Understand Why I'm Mad At Him. I'm Like... 'cause You Came In Late Last Night!' And He's Like, 'I Don't Even Know You.']

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Mary G Thompson Quotes

"A head began emerging out of the darkness. It had two large antennae growing out of its forehead, with nothing recognizable as eyes. A mouth in the middle of its face opened in what I hoped was a smile. At least there werent any sharp teeth."

William Goyen Quotes

"I wanted to putt my hand on this hand and hold it still under mine, made still by his made still. Oh he was bright and I was dark and I gave him all my darkness on that ship; but we joined, for all good things in the world, and to find somethin together; and loved, I never knew I could do it and was afraid; and on the bow of the ship that night that he said, "What have we done Christy?"I said, wonderin too, "But somethin good will come of this, I know somethin good will come of this..."Only sorrow came."

Scarlett Pomers Quotes

"I had a totally normal relationship with my body."

Patrick Reinken Quotes

"Our lives are businesses that are sometimes run by idiots."

Debi Cimo Quotes

"His voice a rhythm like rain, words rolling over themselves... "You are distinguished from the leaves by the shape of your eyes.They are whiter in color and rounder. Except on nights like this when the leaves are luminous....""Still, you are distinguished from the night–your voice silent as candles melted in their own pools, used up with expression and light...."

Alan Sillitoe Quotes

"For it was Saturday night, the best and bingiest glad-time of the week, one of the fifty-two holidays in the slow-turning Big Wheel of the year, a violent preamble to a prostrate Sabbath. Piled up passions were exploded on Saturday night, and the effect of a weeks monotonous graft in the factory was swilled out of your system in a burst of goodwill. You followed the motto of be drunk and be happy, kept your crafty arms around female waists, and felt the beer going beneficially down into the elastic capacity of your guts."

SLJ Shortt Quotes

"Boy, you are outta line!" Joe yelled. "Im outta line?! Youre screwing a vampire!" "You hypocritical little bastard!" "Yeah, youre a hypocripical-hypocri-hyp-hyp-hyp, I HATE THAT WORD!"

Adeline Yen Mah Quotes

"She was bedridden falling a fall which broke her hip. X-rays showed that she had cancer of the colon which had already spreed. To my surprise I found her cheerful and free of pain, perhaps because of the small doses of morphine she was being given. She was surrounded by neighbours and friends who congregated at her bedside day and night. In this cosy, noisy, gregarious world of the "all-chinese" sickbed, so different from the stark, sterile solitude of the American hospital room, her life had assumed the astounding quality of a continuous farewell party."

Robert JA Gilbert Quotes

"A sword is only as good, or as evil, as its user. In good hands it defends the helpless and brings justice. In evil hands it leaves a swath of despair and suffering. The same goes for...laws--or anything, for that matter. Either good men use them for good, or evil men use them for evil, but they are not inherently good or evil in themselves."--Wenchel"

Anders Fogh Rasmussen Quotes

"Ten years ago U.S. defence investment represented almost half of all defence expenditure in the whole alliance. Today it is 75%. This increasing economic gap may also lead to an increasing technology gap which will almost hamper the inter-operability between our forces."

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Quotes About Lowlifes

"Longing surged up within me. I wanted it. Oh God, I wanted it. I didnt want to hear Jerome chastise me for my "all lowlifes, all the time" seduction policy. I wanted to come home and tell someone about my day. I wanted to go out dancing on the weekends. I wanted to take vacations together. I wanted someone to hold me when I was upset, when the ups and downs of the world pushed me too far. I wanted someone to love." - Author: Richelle Mead

Quotes About Americas Christian Heritage

"Her whispering lips brushed his ear.She was praying. Soft begging words to Ganesha and the Buddha, to Kali-Mary Mercy and the Christian God...she was praying to anything at all, begging the Fates to let her walk from the shadow of death. Pleas spilled from her lips, a desperate trickle. She was broken, soon to die, but still the words slipped out in a steady whisper. Tum Karuna ke saagar Tum palankarta hail Mary full of grace Ajahn Chan Bodhisattva, release me from suffering...He drew away. Her fingers slipped from his cheek like orchid petals falling." - Author: Paolo Bacigalupi

Quotes About Talented Employees

"Even your most talented employees have room for growth in some area, and youre doing your employee a disservice if the sum of your review is: Youre great! No matter how talented the employee, think of ways he could grow towards the position he might want to hold two, five, or 10 years down the line." - Author: Kathryn Minshew

Quotes About Emergence

"The horror of the Pit lay in the emergence from it, with the return of her will, her caring, and her feeling of the need for meaning before the return of the meaning itself"." - Author: Joanne Greenberg

Quotes About Apparel

"Earth-treading stars that make dark heaven light:Such comfort as do lusty young men feelWhen well-apparelld April on the heelOf limping winter treads, even such delightAmong fresh female buds shall you this nightInherit at my house; hear all, all see,And like her most whose merit most shall be:" - Author: William Shakespeare

Quotes About Moving In Silence

"I stand there unmoving while they take part in the boldest form of dissent they can manage. Silence." - Author: Suzanne Collins

Quotes About Living And Surviving

"The reward for living my life in this manner? An existence like that of a seagull picking up scraps from the back of a fishing boat. Surviving day to day. Nothing left for tomorrow and no idea what tomorrow should be." - Author: Chris Murray

Quotes About Unity In Diversity

"Oh God how subtle he would have to be, how cunning... No paragraph, no phrase even of the thousands the book must contain could strike a discordant note, be less than fully imagined, an entire novels worth of thought would have to be expended on each one. His attention had only to lapse for a moment, between preposition and object, colophon and chapter heading, for dead spots to appear like gangrene that would rot the whole. Silkworms didnt work as finely or as patiently as he must, and yet boldness was all, the large stroke, the end contained in and prophesied by the beginning, the stains of his clouds infinitely various but all signifying sunrise. Unity in diversity, all that guff. An enormous weariness flew over him. The trouble with drink, he had long known, wasnt that it started up these large things but that it belittled the awful difficulties of their execution. ("Novelty")" - Author: John Crowley

Quotes About Not Repeating Mistakes

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Quotes About Option For The Poor

"All he wanted was enough time to consider all his options without being dragged into his households petty squabbles or being nagged by his wife about that damnable pilgrimage. Was that so much to ask?Apparently so, for hed yet to find a peaceful moment at Caen, not with Marguerite sulking and Aimar lurking and Will acting put-upon and Geoff wanting to lay plans and Richard strutting around as if he were the incarnation of Roland and poor Tilda grieving over Mamans absence and his father refusing to heed any voice but his own." - Author: Sharon Kay Penman