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1. "Nervously, I light a cigarette and chase through the smoke for the wounds that years have seared my soul, words whose fire has never been quenched by ink. Is paper a dustbin for the memory, a place where we always deposit the ash of the last cigarette of nostalgia, the remnants of the final disappointment? Which one of us lights up or stubs the other? I really do not know. Before you, I never wrote anything worth mentioning. Because of you, I put pen to paper."
Author: Ahlam Mosteghanemi
2. "It is seldom at the frontier that discoveries are made but more often in the dustbin."
Author: Alan Bennett
3. "Lai saprastu savus vistuvakos cilvekus, man jasaprot pašam sevi. Jo kopš manas piedzimšanas briža es esmu paklauts tadu pašu speku iedarbibai ka vini. Es esmu paklauts laikam, un laiks ir paklauts man. Es esmu paklauts sabiedribai, un sabiedriba ir paklauta man. Ka rodas pasaules uzskats? Uz šo jautajumu man vel jaatbild sev pašam. Man vajag sagremot pašam sevi, pirms es drikstu kerties pie citiem."
Author: Alberts Bels
4. "Jus, kaptein, milat iedzert, bet varu sacit, ja jus nelietotu alkoholu, tagad jau butu paaugstinats par majoru.Bet iedzeris jutos ka generalis, atbildeja kapteinis."
Author: Alberts Bels
5. "He was fireworks and radiance, glare and tingling frostbite."
Author: Amanda Sun
6. "People aren't locked doors. You can get through to them if you want. But no one did. No one reached out a hand to Tulip. Nobody tried to touch her. I hear them whispering and they sicken me. 'Bus seats!' grumbles Mrs Bodell. 'Locker doors!' complain the teachers. 'Chicken sheds!' say the farmers. 'Greenhouses! Dustbins!' moan the neighbours. And Mum says, 'A lovely old hotel!' But what about Tulip? I shall feel sorry for Tulip all my life.And guilty, too. Guilty."
Author: Anne Fine
7. "She leaned down, a fraction closer, and for somereason unknown to man, he lifted his head the tiniestbit. Enough so she could brush his cheek with herlips. "Good night, Mr. Merrick."
Author: Anne Mallory
8. "What's the nastiest injury I've sustained? Just a frostbitten toe... but thankfully it's still intact."
Author: Ben Saunders
9. "He mopped her face and thought how beautiful she was -- hair in a glorious tangle, a pink nose and puffy eyes, and swathed in a shapeless dressing gown only fit for the dustbin. The thought struck him with some force that he had fallen in love at last -- that, indeed, he had been in love for some time."
Author: Betty Neels
10. "So I'm over there in England, you know, trying to get news about the [L.A.] riots... and all these Brit people are trying to sympathize with me... 'Oh Bill, crime is horrible. Bill, if it's any consolation crime is horrible here, too.' ...Shutup. This is Hobbitown and I am Bilbo Hicks, Okay? This is a land of fairies and elves. You do not have crime like we have crime, but I appreciate you trying to be, you know, Diplomatic. You gotta see English crime. It's hilarious, you don't know if you're reading the front page or the comic section over there. I swear to God. I read an article - front page of the paper - one day, in England: 'Yesterday, some Hooligans knocked over a dustbin in Shafsbry.' Wooooo... 'The hooligans are loose! The hooligans are loose! What if they become roughians? I would hate to be a dustbin in Shafsbry tonight."
Author: Bill Hicks
11. "DostBir gece habersiz bize gel Merdivenler gicirdamasin Öyle yorgunum ki hiç sorma Sen halimden anlarsin Sabahlara kadar oturup konusalim Kimse duymasin Mavi bir gökyüzümüz olsun kanatlarimiz Dokunarak uçalim. insanlardan buz gibi sogudum, iste yalniz sen varsin Öyle halsizim ki hiç sorma Anlarsin."
Author: Cahit Külebi
12. "Once journalists have been rifling through your dustbins, you do try and keep them at arms' length."
Author: Craig Charles
13. "If you go up there Old Georgie'll freeze you an' dig out your soul with a cruel'n'crookit spoony an' eat it so you'll never even be reborned an' your body'll be turned into a frostbited boulder."
Author: David Mitchell
14. "Often the mass emotions are those which seem the noblest, best and most beautiful. And yet, inside a year, five years, a decade, five decades, people will be asking, "How could you have believed that?" because events will have taken place that will have banished the said mass emotions to the dustbin of history."
Author: Doris Lessing
15. "Now behind the eyes and secrets of the dreamers in the streets rocked to sleep by the sea, see the titbits and topsyturvies, bobs and buttontops, bags and bones, ash and rind and dandruff and nailparings, saliva and snowflakes and moulted feathers of dreams, the wrecks and sprats and shells and fishbones, whale-juice and moonshine and small salt fry dished up by the hidden sea."
Author: Dylan Thomas
16. "Hindi din ako nagpi-prisinta na dalhin ang gamit ng mga babae. Lalo na ang bitbitin ang kanilang shoulder bag. Hindi dahil ayokong isiping bading ako. Ang sa akin lang, nabuhat nga nila yung bag mula bahay hanggang school, tapos kapag nakakita ng lalake, bigla silang manghihina."
Author: Eros Atalia
17. "Di ko alam kung paano ie-explain, pero, para sa akin, ang bag ng babae ay simbolo ng kanyang daigdig. The mere fact na nag-decide ang babae na yun ang laman at bigat ng bag niya, 'yun ang personal nyang mundo. Kaya niya dinala yun kasi yun ang kaya nyang dalhin. Anytime, anywhere. Nadadala niya yun from point A to point B. Pero kapag nakakita na ng lalake, dapat lalake na ang magpatuloy ng pagdadala from point B to point C? Kapag umalis ba ang babae mula sa kanyang bahay, aware siya na may lalakeng magbibitbit ng bag niya? I don't think so. Even without the guy, dadalhin pa rin naman ng babae yun kahit saan siya magpunta. Kaya ako, hinahayaan ko lang bitbitin ng babae ang kanyang bag. Gusto kong sabihin sa kanya na with or without me, or each other, tuloy lang ang pagbibitbit ng mundo, ng kani-kaniyang daigdig."
Author: Eros S. Atalia
18. "Les enfants qui s'aiment s'embrassent deboutContre les portes de la nuitEt les passants qui passent les désignent du doigtMais les enfants qui s'aimentNe sont là pour personneEt c'est seulement leur ombreQui tremble dans la nuitExcitant la rage des passantsLeur rage, leur mépris, leurs rires et leur envieLes enfants qui s'aiment ne sont là pour personneIls sont ailleurs bien plus loin que la nuitBien plus haut que le jourDans l'éblouissante clarté de leur premier amour"
Author: Jacques Prévert
19. "I don't need love. I live in a forest. The quiet is my companion. The cold is my warmth. My heart once suffered from frostbite, but I removed and replaced it with a fuel pump."
Author: Jarod Kintz
20. "Any hawk looking down on the orchard's cloistered square, hoping for the titbit of a beetle or a mouse, would see a patterned canopy of trees, line on line, the orchard's melancholy solitude, the jewellery of leaves. It would see the backs of horses, the russet, apple-dotted grass, the saltire of two crossing paths worn smooth by centuries of feet, and two grey heads, swirling in a lover's dance, like blown seed husks caught up in an impish and exacting wind and with no telling when or where they'll come to ground again."
Author: Jim Crace
21. "It's like being halfway through the book. I can't just throw it in the dustbin."
Author: John Fowles
22. "Immortal amarant, a flower which onceIn paradise, fast by the tree of life,Began to bloom; but soon for man's offenceTo heaven removed, where first it grew, there grows,And flowers aloft, shading the fount of life,And where the river of bliss through midst of heavenRolls o'er elysian flowers her amber stream:With these that never fade the spirits electBind their resplendent locks."
Author: John Milton
23. "He watched a catbird hopping around in an azalea that was readying itself to bloom; he envied the bird for knowing nothing of what he knew; he would have swapped souls with it in a heartbeat. And then to take wing, to know the air's buoyancy even for an hour: the trad was a no-brainer, and the catbird, with its lively indifference to him, its sureness of physical selfhood, seemed well aware of how preferable it was to be the bird."
Author: Jonathan Franzen
24. "We are stardustBillion-year old carbonAnd we've got to get ourselves back to the garden"
Author: Joni Mitchell
25. "Holy water at my wrists and behind my ears; my version of Eau de Don'tbiteme"
Author: Karen Marie Moning
26. "Create a "library" of positive thoughts & a "dustbin" for negative, if you want to kick some ass in future"."
Author: Kaushal Yadav
27. "Bigger room, darling. Like I said, we need a bigger room". ~Clayton Danvers, Frostbitten."
Author: Kelley Armstrong
28. "November is the most disagreeable month in the whole year," said Margaret, standing at the window one dull afternoon, looking out at the frostbitten garden."
Author: Louisa May Alcott
29. "How I go to the woodsOrdinarily, I go to the woods alone, with not a singlefriend, for they are all smilers and talkers and therefore unsuitable.I don't really want to be witnessed talking to the catbirds or hugging the old black oak tree. I have my way of praying, as you no doubt have yours. Besides, when I am alone I can become invisible. I can siton the top of a dune as motionless as an uprise of weeds, until the foxes run by unconcerned. I can hear the almostunhearable sound of the roses singing.If you have ever gone to the woods with me, I must loveyou very much."
Author: Mary Oliver
30. "I once went through the dustbin outside David Bowie's house."
Author: Matthew Bourne
31. "She had come into the garden expecting summer roses and had instead been caught in a bank of twisted, thorny, frostbitten vines."
Author: Nenia Campbell
32. "Eds atbildot kaut ko nonurd un piedava Bovenam apsesties, negaiditi pieminedams fragmentu no "Voldenas", kad ar žestu norada uz vienigo kreslu istaba. Toro teica, ka vina maja esot tris kresli, Eds ieminas. Viens vientulibai, otrs draudzibai un trešais sabiedribai. Man ir tikai viens kresls vientulibai. Ja vel piemer klat gultu, varbut sanak divi draudzibai."
Author: Paul Auster
33. "As soon as the cold became uncomfortable, Eli had opened his shirt and had a nice long chat with the burn on his chest. Karon was happy to help them stick it to the ice and wind spirits, and he cheerfully kept the air around Eli as warm and dry as a smokehouse. "I only wish it didn't reek of sulfur," Josef said, pressing up the mountainside. "I'd almost rather deal with the cold.""Well, don't let me stop you," Eli huffed, though even he looked a little green. "Who am I to stand between a man and his frostbite?"
Author: Rachel Aaron
34. "Rose: "If you'd teach me to swear in Russian, I might have a new appreciation for it."Dimitri: "You swear too much already."Rose: "I just want to express myself."Dimitri: "Oh, Roza… You express yourself more than anyone else I know."- Rose Hathaway & Dimitri Belikov (Frostbite)"
Author: Richelle Mead
35. "Dimitri: "Do not do that again."Rose: "Don't kiss me back then."- Dimitri Belikov & Rose Hathaway (Frostbite)"
Author: Richelle Mead
36. "Jason grins. "I'd never miss your birthday. Remember last year?""Ugh! I thought I'd never thaw out after we went skiing in a blizzard. We were stranded for three days in that cabin we found in the woods.""Aw, come on, you didn't even get frostbite. I took care of you.""At least I didn't end up with any broken limbs. That time.""I still can't believe we went snow-boarding on East Pillar Mountain Loop. That's a tough trail, and then you broke your arm slipping in the parking lot on the way to the truck." My muscles were exhausted, and carrying my board on my shoulder, I wasn't watching where I was going. I didn't see the patch of ice. "Remember when you took me spelunking?""I had no idea that bear was in there.""I can't remember ever being that scared.""But it was fun! Come on. We can't break tradition."
Author: Rita Webb
37. "Er blätterte in den dicken, alten Alben mit Lichtbildern seiner Familie, [...], und je näher er den Anfängen dieser neuen Bildkunst zu blätterte, desto stolzer, kam ihm vor, hatten sich die Menschen ihr dargeboten."
Author: Robert Musil
38. "Okupacija ir nenormala situacija. Tas sekas vel gadu desmitiem plosa atbrivotas valsts cilvekus, un "pareizie" vaino "nepareizos" piedzivotajas nelaimes un pastradatajos noziegumos. [...] Latvija vienu pec otras pardzivoja tris okupacijas, kuru kopejais ilgums - piecdesmit gadi - parsniedz jebko, kas Eiropa 20. gadsimta ir pieredzets, tapec jautajums par katra individualo atbildibu un sadarbibu ar dažadajiem okupacijas režimiem ir ipaši sapigs. Tikai pec neatkaribas atjaunošanas mes pilniba esam ieguvuši brivibu spriest par savu vesturi un to attirit no svešu režimu iestradatajiem meliem un propagandas. Noziegumus Latvija pastradaja abi režimi, un vainigajiem, neatkarigi no ta, vai vini darbojas nacistu vai komunistu doktrinas varda, tapat ka vinu kolaborantiem, kas ir noziegušies pret civiliedzivotajiem, par savu ricibu ir jaatbild. Noziegumiem pret cilveci nav noilguma."
Author: Sandra Kalniete
39. "I am the woman at the water's edge,offering you oranges for the peeling,knife glistening in the sun.This is the scent and tasteof my skin: citon and sweet.Touch me and your life will unfoldbefore you, easily as this skirtbillows then sinks,lapping against my legs, my toesfiltering through the rivers silt.Following the current out to sea,I am the kind of womanwho will come back to hauntyour dreams, move through yourhumid nights the way honeyswirls through a cup of hot tea"
Author: Shara McCallum
40. "You're selfish and you're cold, and I'm tired of getting frostbite when I touch you. (Acheron)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
41. "If AIBO is in some sense a toy, it is a toy that changes minds. It does this in several ways. It heightens our sense of being close to developing a postbiological life and not just in theory or in the laboratory. And it suggests how this passage will take place. It will begin with our seeing the new life as "as if " life and then deciding that "as if " may be life enough. Even now, as we contemplate "creatures" with artificial feelings and intelligence, we come to reflect differently on our own. The question here is not whether machines can be made to think like people but whether people have always thought like machines."
Author: Sherry Turkle
42. "Of all the Christbitten places in the two hemispheres, (Los Angeles) is the last curly kink in the pig's tail."
Author: Stephen Vincent Benét
43. "When digital watches were invented years later they reminded me of five-minute checks. They murdered time in the same way -slowly- chopping off pieces of it and lobbing them into the dustbin with a little click to let you know time was gone. Click, swish, "Checks," swish, click: another five minutes of life down the drain. And spent in this place."
Author: Susanna Kaysen
44. "I am a butterfly poetbirthed from painflying with the freedomof my verses."
Author: Susie Clevenger
45. "She is an ice princess, that one. Your brother had best pray she breeds quickly or risk losing his cock to frostbite."
Author: Sylvia Day
46. "He shrugged. "Yeah, but I like riding my bike. It helps with the ozone… and stuff." "You're trying to avoid leaving a carbon footprint? And here I thoughtbicycles were just for tree-hugging hippie heterosexuals." He eyed me seriously. "We all have to do our part to help avoid nocturnal emissions. The planet needs us." I stared at him. "The planet needs us to avoid nocturnal emissions?" He nodded. "Nocturnal emissions are the number one cause for the hole in the ozone."
Author: T.J. Klune
47. "Tiffany knew what the problem was immediately. She'd seen it before, atbirthday parties. Her brother was suffering from tragic sweetdeprivation. Yes, he was surrounded by sweets. But the moment he took anysweet at all, said his sugar-addled brain, that meant he was not takingall the rest. And there were so many sweets he'd never be able to eatthem all. It was too much to cope with. The only solution was to burstinto tears."
Author: Terry Pratchett
48. "Unless the South Beach techno-dance clubs outbid them. They don't have live bands, just DJs up in a booth. And the DJs are now celebrities like Mick Jagger, with their own dance-mix followers who make pilgrimages club to club to hear them turn on the music. When did a stereo become a musical instrument?" Serge leaned forward and clicked on the car radio. "There, I'm an artist. Thousands of women on ecstasy now want to have three-ways with me."
Author: Tim Dorsey
49. "Come thaw my frozen heart, my little arctic kitten."Unable to resist, Aria jumped in and picked up the next line. "No chance, my yeti man, I'd rather be frostbitten.""Let me be your snowman. Come live in my igloo.""I'd rather freeze to death than hibernate with you."
Author: Veronica Rossi
50. "Sleep is when all the unsorted stuff comes flying out as from a dustbin upset in a high wind."
Author: William Golding

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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 week's 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."
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