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Nose Bleed Quotes By Tim Gunn

I will say that the high road can get so high that you can get a nose bleed, in which case you have to get off the high road. — Tim Gunn

Nose Bleed Quotes By Steve Irwin

I would sooner die of a taipan bite then tell my dad that I got bitten by a taipan. Because my nose would bleed from his kicking my ass. — Steve Irwin

Nose Bleed Quotes By Markus Zusak

Around us I can sniff out a savagery in the noisy southern air. It knifes it's way into my nose, but I do not bleed blood. It's fear I bleed, and it gushes out over my lip. I wipe it away, in a hurry. — Markus Zusak

Nose Bleed Quotes By Emanuel Steward

I started boxing when I was eight. I enjoyed when I could hit someone and they couldn't hit me back. It was like a game for me. The feeling of knocking someone out. My first knockout victory was when I was ten. He went down and his nose started to bleed, so they stopped it. — Emanuel Steward

Nose Bleed Quotes By Tommy Farr

Every time I hear the name Joe Louis my nose starts to bleed. — Tommy Farr

Nose Bleed Quotes By Mike Harding

When the Ngdanga tribe of West Africa hold their moon love ceremonies, the men of the tribe bang their heads on sacred trees until they get a nose bleed, which usually cures them of that. — Mike Harding

Nose Bleed Quotes By Linda Ronstadt

Cocaine made my nose bleed right away. I thought why do I need a nose bleed? It would make me real nervous and talk really fast. I'm already pretty good at talking too fast. I thought, "Why do I need that?" — Linda Ronstadt

Nose Bleed Quotes By Frederick Exley

Bunny Sue was nineteen. She had honey-bobbed hair and candid, near-insolent green eyes. She had a snub, delightful nose, a cool, regal, and tapering neck, a fine, intelligent mouth that covered teeth so startling they might have been cleansed by sun gods. Without any makeup save lipstick, her complexion was as milk flecked with butter, the odor she cast as wholesome as bread. On my first breathless vision of her, I wanted to bury my teeth, Dracula-like, into her flanks, knowing that she would bleed pure butterscotch. — Frederick Exley