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Chauvinist Pig Quotes By Tamara Hoffa

Boy oh boy, this man is trouble. He was slowly tearing down the wall she'd built around her heart, brick by brick. Could any man be this perfect? He must have some faults. Maybe he is a chauvinist pig ... no, doesn't seem like it. He is kind to animals and children, he is a fireman, he looks like sex on a stick. What could be wrong with him? Maybe he snores. Oh, wouldn't I like to find out? — Tamara Hoffa

Chauvinist Pig Quotes By Edgar Mitchell

My wife tells me I am a male chauvinist pig and I have to sort of admit it. In my office and in my home, I'm not very democratic. I think of myself as a benevolent dictator. — Edgar Mitchell

Chauvinist Pig Quotes By Chuck Palahniuk

A male chauvinist pig isn't born, he's made, and more and more of them are being made by women. — Chuck Palahniuk

Chauvinist Pig Quotes By Bobby Riggs

If I am to be a chauvinist pig, I want to be the number one pig. — Bobby Riggs

Chauvinist Pig Quotes By L.J.Smith

Mary-Lynnette: "You have not read 'Pride and Prejudice'."
Ash: "Why not?"
Mary-Lynnette: "Because Jane Austen was a human."
Ash: "How do you know?"
Mary-Lynnette: "Well Jane Austen was a woman, and you're a chauvinist pig."
Ash: "Yes, well, that I can't argue. — L.J.Smith

Chauvinist Pig Quotes By Julian Assange

I may be a chauvinist pig of some sort, but I'm no rapist. — Julian Assange

Chauvinist Pig Quotes By Karen Robards

Lora followed his eyes to the subject of their conversation. He was such a masculine man, tall and strong and sure of himself, cocky almost. A male chauvinist to his toenails, she suspected, as incapable of admitting to feeling hurt and lonely and afraid as a pig was of flying. But he was vulnerable too, enormously vulnerable. More than many people who openly asked for it, he needed love. He needed someone to hold him in her arms and convince him that what he had done was not so bad, was not unforgivable, did not put him beyond the pale of normal society. To convince him that he was lovable. And loved. And she meant to be that someone. — Karen Robards