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Kuikens Houden Quotes By E.L. James

I think women love to read love stories. — E.L. James

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Tim Tharp

Yes, life is weird, but I embrace the weird. Let everyone else go marching off into their great shining futures if they want. Me, I've always been more than content to tip my whisky bottle and take a ride straight into the heart of the spectacular now. — Tim Tharp

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Rebecca Mader

I never did any sports at school. It wasn't until I moved to America, to New York, when I was about 20 that I actually thought that if I wanted to be an actress I might have to start working out. — Rebecca Mader

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Samuel Butler

Whatsoever we perpetrate, we do but row; we are steered by fate. — Samuel Butler

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Mark Collett

Hitler will live forever; and maybe I will. — Mark Collett

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Of Monsters And Men

After every sunny day, comes a stormy night — Of Monsters And Men

Kuikens Houden Quotes By James Merrill

Strange about parents. We have such easy access to them and such daunting problems of communication. — James Merrill

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Don Knotts

I felt like a loser. I was unhappy as a child most of the time. We were terribly poor and I hated my size. — Don Knotts

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Rachel Maddow

The folks celebrating Jim Bunning are seeing him as an anti-government, anti-spending activist. But to embrace Jim Bunning is to embrace a strange record, if you really are a libertarian, if you really are a deficit hawk, if you really care about spending and responsibility. — Rachel Maddow

Kuikens Houden Quotes By Georg Simmel

One needs to properly possess only a couple of great thoughts
they shed light on many stretches whose illumination one would never have believed in. — Georg Simmel