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Washing Machines Quotes By Mary Roach

Softball is the reason Washing Machines and Bleach are so popular. Don't think so? Just ask a softball Mom. — Mary Roach

Washing Machines Quotes By Tom Shales

'Minute to Win It' is a variation on a game show from the 1950s called 'Beat the Clock,' in which contestants won washing machines and fox stoles by doing such pointless stunts as catching a tennis ball in a paper cup or knocking a hat off one's wife's head with a whipped-cream spritzer. — Tom Shales

Washing Machines Quotes By Magnus Flyte

(You think you know suffering? What about life before dishwashers? Washing machines? Tampons? Vacuum cleaners? You have no idea. No idea!) — Magnus Flyte

Washing Machines Quotes By Darryl Pinckney

It's not nothing when you're abroad and you don't have a washing machine. — Darryl Pinckney

Washing Machines Quotes By Irvine Welsh

Choose us. Choose life. Choose mortgage payments; choose washing machines; choose cars; choose sitting oan a couch watching mind-numbing and spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fuckin junk food intae yir mooth. Choose rotting away, pishing and shiteing yersel in a home, a total fuckin embarrassment tae the selfish, fucked-up brats ye've produced. Choose life. — Irvine Welsh

Washing Machines Quotes By Piper Kerman

Two hundred women, no phones, no washing machines, no hair dryers
it was like Lord of the Flies on estrogen. — Piper Kerman

Washing Machines Quotes By Irvine Welsh

Society invents a spurious convoluted logic tae absorb and change people whae's behaviour is outside its mainstream. Suppose that ah ken aw the pros and cons, know that ah'm gaunnae huv a short life, am ah sound mind, ectetera, ectetera, but still want tae use smack? They won't let ye dae it. They won't let ye dae it, because it's seen as a sign ay thir ain failure. The fact that ye jist simply choose tae reject whut they huv tae offer. Choose us. Choose life. Choose mortgage payments; choose washing machines; choose cars; choose sitting oan a couch watching mind-numbing and spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fuckin junk food intae yir mooth. Choose rotting away, pishing and shiteing yersel in a home, a total fuckin embarrassment tae the selfish, fucked-up brats ye've produced. Choose life. Well, ah choose no tae choose life. If the cunts cannae handle that, it's thair fuckin problem. As Harry Launder sais, ah jist intend tae keep right on to the end of the road ... — Irvine Welsh

Washing Machines Quotes By Ken Keyes Jr.

If your washing machine stops working and you're addicted to appliances that work, you'll get upset and you will suffer. If you prefer that your appliances work well, then when your washing machine breaks down you won't compound the problem by superimposing your uncomfortable emotions on the situation. — Ken Keyes Jr.

Washing Machines Quotes By Ha-Joon Chang

The washing machine changed the world more than the Internet. — Ha-Joon Chang

Washing Machines Quotes By Cory Doctorow

Somewhere, in a distant land he barely knew the name of, people had stopped buying washing machines, and so his city had died. — Cory Doctorow

Washing Machines Quotes By Julie Doucet

I took my courage in both hands and went to the Laundromat to do my washing. I had to use three machines. — Julie Doucet

Washing Machines Quotes By Studs Terkel

I'm not a Luddite completely; I believe in refrigerators to cool my martinis, and washing machines because I hate to see women smacking their laundry against a rock. When I hear about hardware, I think of pots and pans, and when I hear about software, I think of sheets and towels. — Studs Terkel

Washing Machines Quotes By Emmylou Harris

Normal is a cycle on a washing machine. — Emmylou Harris

Washing Machines Quotes By Donald A. Norman

Go to the bookstore and look at how many bookshelves are filled with books trying to explain how to work the devices. We don't see shelves of books on how to use television sets, telephones, refrigerators or washing machines. Why should we for computer-based applications? — Donald A. Norman

Washing Machines Quotes By Irvine Welsh

Choose a life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television. Choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players and electrical tin openers ... Choose DSY and wondering who the fuck you are on a Sunday morning. Choose sitting on that couch watching mind-numbing, spirit crushing game shows, stucking junk food into your mouth. Choose rotting away in the end of it all, pishing your last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked up brats you spawned to replace yourself, choose your future. Choose life ... But why would I want to do a thing like that? — Irvine Welsh

Washing Machines Quotes By Hans Rosling

If you have democracy, people will vote for washing machines. They love them! — Hans Rosling

Washing Machines Quotes By Robert Galbraith

Other people his age had houses and washing machines, cars and television sets, furniture and gardens and mountain bikes and lawnmowers: he had four boxes of crap, and a set of matchless memories. — Robert Galbraith

Washing Machines Quotes By Trisha Goddard

Normal is a cycle on the washing machine. There is no such thing when it comes to human beings. — Trisha Goddard

Washing Machines Quotes By Chris Cleave

What is an adventure? That depends on where you are starting from. Little girls in your country, they hide in the gap between the washing machine and the refrigerator and they make believe they are in the jungle, with green snakes and monkeys all around them. Me and my sister, we used to hide in a gap in the jungle, with green snakes and monkeys all around us, and make believe that we had a washing machine and a refrigerator. You live in a world of machines and you dream off things with beating hearts. We dream of machines, because we see where beating hearts have left us. — Chris Cleave

Washing Machines Quotes By Claire Tomalin

One of my most vivid memories of the mid-1950s is of crying into a washbasin full of soapy grey baby clothes - there were no washing machines - while my handsome and adored husband was off playing football in the park on Sunday morning with all the delightful young men who had been friends to both of us at Cambridge three years earlier. — Claire Tomalin

Washing Machines Quotes By Linda Ronstadt

The relentless touring and endless repetition of the same songs over and over again promoted a creeping awareness that my music had begun to sound like my washing machine. — Linda Ronstadt

Washing Machines Quotes By Gillian Anderson

Vibration is always good. Sitting on top of the washing machine thats going. — Gillian Anderson

Washing Machines Quotes By Hans Rosling

My mother explained the magic with this washing machine the very, very first day. She said, 'Now Hans, we have loaded the laundry. The machine will make the work. And now we can go to the library.' Because this is the magic: you load the laundry, and what do you get out of the machine? You get books out of the machines, children's books. — Hans Rosling

Washing Machines Quotes By Margaret Atwood

I'm thinking about Carol and Grace, my two best friends. At the same time I can't remember exactly what they look like. Did I really sit on the floor of Grace's bedroom, on her braided bedside rug, cutting out pictures of frying pans and washing machines from the Eaton's Catalogue and pasting them into a scrapbook? Already it seems implausible, and yet I know I did it. — Margaret Atwood

Washing Machines Quotes By Denis Leary

Vacuuming is great. I do the laundry. I love washing machines. I'm the maid in my house. — Denis Leary

Washing Machines Quotes By Theodore Sturgeon

We walked out of there, and for the first time I felt the mood of a night without feeling that an author was ramming it down my throat for story purposes. I looked at the clean-swept, star-reaching cubism of the Radio City area and its living snakes of neon, and I suddenly thought of an Evelyn Smith story the general idea of which was "After they found out the atom bomb was magic, the rest of the magicians who enchanted refrigerators and washing machines and the telephone system came out into the open." I felt a breath of wind and wondered what it was that had breathed. I heard the snoring of the city and for an awesome second felt it would roll over, open its eyes, and ... speak. — Theodore Sturgeon

Washing Machines Quotes By Daniel Quinn

The civilized want people to make their living individually, and they want them to live separately, behind locked doors - one family to a house, each house fully stocked with refrigerators, television sets, washing machines, and so on. — Daniel Quinn

Washing Machines Quotes By Doris Lessing

The freedom of women was achieved by two things: One, the Pill. Two ... by labour-saving devices like the washing machine. By science, not feminism. — Doris Lessing

Washing Machines Quotes By Ben Aaronovitch

The mark was from the glue that once held a folder into which a library card would have fitted back in the day when dinosaurs roamed the earth and computers were the size of washing machines. — Ben Aaronovitch

Washing Machines Quotes By Stephanie Coontz

Up until 1950 most families' discretionary income did not cover much more than an occasional meal away from home; a beer or two after work; a weekly trip to the movies, amusement park, or beach; and perhaps a yearly vacation, usually spent at the home of relatives. Few households had washing machines and dryers. Refrigerators had only tiny spaces for freezing ice and had to be defrosted at least once a week. Few houses had separate bedrooms for all the children. — Stephanie Coontz

Washing Machines Quotes By Jessica Park

Why do washing machines eat socks? Do they taste good? Should I eat socks? — Jessica Park

Washing Machines Quotes By Yuval Noah Harari

One of history's fews iron laws is that luxuries tend to become necessities and to spawn new obligations. Once people get used to a certain luxury, they take it for granted. Then they begin to count on it. Finally they reach a point where they can't live without it. Over the few decades, we have invented countless time saving machines that are supposed to make like more relaxed - washing machines, vacuum cleaners, dishwashers, telephones, mobile phones, computers, email. We thought we were saving time; instead we revved up the treadmill of life to ten times its former speed and made our days more anxious and agitated. — Yuval Noah Harari

Washing Machines Quotes By Eric Schmidt

information systems will streamline many of them for people living in those countries, such as integrated clothing machines (washing, drying, folding, pressing and sorting) that keep an inventory of clean clothes and algorithmically suggest outfits based on the user's daily schedule. Haircuts will finally be automated and machine-precise. — Eric Schmidt

Washing Machines Quotes By Christina Romer

A successful argument for a government manufacturing policy has to go beyond the feeling that it's better to produce 'real things' than services. American consumers value health care and haircuts as much as washing machines and hair dryers. — Christina Romer

Washing Machines Quotes By Margaret Wild

Jen's Mum Will Write
Jen's mum writes advertising copy.
She specializes in white goods:
washing machines, dryers, fridges,
freezers, dishwashers.
She hates these appliances
hulking
in corners,
power-hungry and fractious.
One day, she will have a wood stove,
and she'll write about things that matter-
she will write about birth and death,
about love and the absence of love,
about fathers and children,
about mothers and daughters,
about lovers and friends.
She'll write about the whole goddamn
wonderful, awful business
of loving and being loved — Margaret Wild

Washing Machines Quotes By Ashley Purdy

Being unique is what's cool. Normal? What's normal? A setting on a washing machine. No one wants to be that. — Ashley Purdy

Washing Machines Quotes By Janet Portman

They do not usually deal with amenities - features that are not essential but make living a little easier, such as drapes, washing machines, swimming pools, saunas, parking places, intercoms, and dishwashers. — Janet Portman