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Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Emily Henry
#1. Personal style is my mom, after some red wine, walking like she intends to restore order and beauty to the world with her posture alone. #Quote by Emily Henry
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Julie James
#2. Maybe you could tell us how you and Jordan met, Nick."

All conversation at the table stopped.

Frankly, Nick was surprised it had taken this long for someone to ask. Out of the corner of his eye, he saw Jordan take a nervous sip of her wine. He knew this was the part of the evening she'd dreaded, the part where they told more lies to her friends.

Perhaps he could help her out with that.

"Jordan and I met two weeks ago, at her store," he said. "On the night of the big snowstorm."

Pete chuckled. "You really must've been jonesing for wine to go out in that mess."

Nick reached across the table and linked his fingers through Jordan's. "I think Fate had a higher purpose for bringing me to her store that night." He winked at her. I've got this.

Melinda melted. "That's so sweet."

"Then what happened?" Corinne prompted.

Nick faced Jordan's friends. For her sake, he'd tell the truth - perhaps not the whole truth - but at least nothing but. "Well, I asked Jordan a few questions, some quips were exchanged, and I distinctly recall her making a sarcastic comment about chardonnay. I can't tell you exactly what happened from there, but five days later I found myself at Xander Eckhart's party drinking pink champagne."

Her friends laughed. Charles raised his glass. "That's how it happens, Nick. A cute smile, a few clever words, and five years later you're watching Dancing with the Stars #Quote by Julie James
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Gilbert K. Chesterton
#3. The outer ring of Christianity is a rigid guard of ethical abnegations and professional priests; but inside that inhuman guard you will find the old human life dancing like children and drinking wine like men; for Christianity is the only frame for pagan freedom. But in the modern philosophy the case is opposite; it is its outer ring that is obviously artistic and emancipated; its despair is within. #Quote by Gilbert K. Chesterton
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Eleanor Catton
#4. There are so many ways of posturing that people associate with being a writer. They imagine you wearing a beret and drinking only red wine and being full of yourself, and so, for a long time, the way I felt about writing was too private. I felt it too important and didn't want to be teased about it. So I lied about it. #Quote by Eleanor Catton
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by John D. Rockefeller
#5. When Prohibition was introduced, I hoped that it would be widely supported by public opinion and the day would soon come when the evil effects of alcohol would be recognised. I have slowly and reluctantly come to believe that this has not been the result. Instead, drinking has generally increased; the speakeasy has replaced the saloon; a vast army of lawbreakers has appeared; many of our best citizens have openly ignored Prohibition; respect for the law has been greatly lessened; and crime has increased to a level never seen before. #Quote by John D. Rockefeller
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Bob Blumer
#6. Learn to ignore everything anyone (including myself) has ever told you about wine protocol. Sometimes win drinking, like spontaneous sex on the kitchen table, is far more satisfying when you toss out all the rules. #Quote by Bob Blumer
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Till Lindemann
#7. Loneliness sometimes gives me a quantity of creativeness - you're drinking another glass of wine and you're feeling even worse. Art doesn't work without pain; art also exists for compensating pain. #Quote by Till Lindemann
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by G.A. Aiken
#8. Is it hard to be with all those men? All day? Every day?"
Annwyl drank some of Morfyd's wine. She knew no threat of infection remained, but the wine still tasted unbelievably delicious.
"Not at all."
"Absolutely. Just let one of the men touch you inappropriately and you take his arm off right at the shoulder joint. Then, as he's bleeding to death, you slam his face into a few things, and you'll find the other men leave you alone."
Morfyd stared at Annwyl with wide eyes. "What?"
Morfyd cleared her throat. "Nothing. #Quote by G.A. Aiken
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Talismanist Giebra
#9. Enjoy the wine, don't spill the night… #Quote by Talismanist Giebra
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Andre Hueston Mack
#10. Black vintners in this country make some really great wines. Explore a wine list and you will find at least one of our wines in the best restaurants. Buy a bottle for your table, and let management know you appreciate them including a Black winemaker in their stock. #Quote by Andre Hueston Mack
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Michael Hudson
#11. This is not really currency that circulates. It's like the old joke about expensive vintage wine. Wine prices will go up and once in a while somebody will buy a 50-year-old bottle of wine and say, "Wait a minute. This has gone bad." The answer is, "Well, that wine isn't for drinking; that's for trading." These $100 bills aren't meant to circulate. They're not to spend on goods and services. They're a store of value. They're a form of saving. #Quote by Michael Hudson
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Alan Kay
#12. A new friend is new wine, when it grows old, you will enjoy drinking it. #Quote by Alan Kay
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Matthew White
#13. Legend has it that while drinking wine in a boat on the river, [8th century Chinese poet Li Po] tried to grab the moon's reflection on the surface and tumbled in, which is probably the poet's equivalent of dying bravely in battle. #Quote by Matthew White
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Alethea Kontis
#14. They say that secrets live at the bottom of a wine bottle. Mama had made it there the night before, slow glass by slow glass, but she'd never spoken a word. #Quote by Alethea Kontis
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Katherine Anne Porter
#15. These beliefs were mainly Protestant but not yet petty middle-class puritanism: there remained still an element fairly high stepping and wide gestured in its personal conduct. The petty middle class of fundamentalists who saw no difference between wine-drinking, dancing, card-playing, and adultery, had not yet got altogether the upper hand in that part of the country - in fact, never did except in certain limited areas; but it was making a brave try. #Quote by Katherine Anne Porter
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Emile Augier
#16. Thirst comes with drinking when the wine is good. #Quote by Emile Augier
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#17. I'm only a beer teetotaler, not a champagne teetotaler; I don't like beer. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Claire Contreras
#18. My favorite part about cooking is drinking red wine while I do it. #Quote by Claire Contreras
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#19. I have heard Silvius, an excellent physician of Paris, say that lest the digestive faculties of the stomach should grow idle, it were not amiss once a month to rouse them by this excess, and to spur them lest they should grow dull and rusty; and one author tells us that the Persians used to consult about their most
important affairs after being well warmed with wine. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Robin Williamson
#20. In the third part of the year
When men begin to gather fuel
Against the coming cold
Here hooves run hard on frosty ground
Begins our song:

For centuries we lived alone high on the moors
Herding the deer for milk and cheese
For leather and horn
Humans came seldom nigh
For we with our spells held them at bay
And they with gifts of wine and grain
Did honour us.

Returning at evening from the great mountains
Our red hoods rang with bells.
Lightly we ran
Until before our own green hill
There we did stand.

She is stolen!
She is snatched away!
Through watery meads
Straying our lovely daughter.
She of the wild eyes!
She of the wild hair!
Snatched up to the saddle of the lord of Weir
Who has his castle high upon a crag
A league away.

Upon the horse of air at once we rode
To where Weir's castle looks like a crippled claw
Into the moon.
And taking form of minstrels brightly clad
We paced upon white ponies to the gate
And rang thereon
"We come to sing unto my lord of Weir
A merry song."

Into his sorry hall we stepped
Where was our daughter bound?
Near his chair.
"Come play a measure!"
"Sir, at once we will."

And we began to sing and play
To lightly dance in rings and faster turn
No man within that hall could keep his seat
But needs must dance a #Quote by Robin Williamson
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Virginia Woolf
#21. For if there are (at a venture) seventy-six different times all ticking in the mind at once, how many different people are there not - Heaven help us _ all having lodgement at one time or another in the human spirit? Some say two thousand and fifty two. So that it is the most usual thing in the world for a person to call, directly they are alone...Come, come! I'm sick to death of this particular self. I want another. But it is not altogether plain sailing either...these selves of which we are built up, one on top of another, as plates are piled up on a waiter's hand, have attachments elsewhere, sympathies, little constitutions and rights of their own...so that one will only come if it is raining....another if you can promise it a glass of wine - and so on... #Quote by Virginia Woolf
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Gerald Coates
#22. Well, God doesn't intervene in many of the situations we would like Him to because He would have to intervene in everything that we say and do that is wrong right the way through to some of the most terrible things happening in nations. What He does is He gives us signs that He is with us and that we can draw help from Him. Jesus changed water into wine. That had no function really. They had already run out of wine in the party so he was only aiding and abetting more drinking. #Quote by Gerald Coates
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Diana Secker Tesdell
#23. There was a rough stone age and a smooth stone age and a bronze age, and many years afterward a cut-glass age. In the cut-glass age, when young ladies had persuaded young
men with long, curly mustaches to marry them, they sat down several months afterward and wrote thank-you notes for all sorts of cut-glass presents - punch-bowls, finger-bowls, dinner-glasses, wine-glasses, ice-cream dishes, bonbon dishes, decanters, and vases - for, though cut glass was nothing new in the nineties, it was then especially busy reflecting the dazzling light of fashion from the Back Bay to the fastnesses of the Middle West."
--from "The Glass-Cut Bowl" by F. Scott Fitzgerald #Quote by Diana Secker Tesdell
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Charles Dickens
#24. There with the wood-fire, which was beginning to burn low, rising and falling upon him in the dark room, he sat with his legs thrust out to warm, drinking the hot wine down to the lees, with a monstrous shadow imitating him on the wall and ceiling. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Jodi Picoult
#25. I was living alone before, Campbell, if that's what you're asking." She looks at me over the edge of her wine glass. "How about you?"
"I have six wives, fifteen children, and an assortment of sheep."
Her lips curve. "People like you always make me feel like I'm underachieving. #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Mariel Hemingway
#26. Being loud after drinking wine doesn't help. Being silent after drinking wine doesn't help. Nothing really ever gets solved either way. #Quote by Mariel Hemingway
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Joe Bastianich
#27. I prioritize in life. I like to work, I do TV shows, I do a lot of Iron Man training. I enjoy kicking back on a good night and drinking wine until I go to bed, and having fun with my friends. You just have to make time for it and keep it balanced. #Quote by Joe Bastianich
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Ovid
#28. And when wine has soaked Cupid's drunken wings,
he's stayed, weighed down, a captive of the place.
Wine rouses courage and is fit for passion:
care flies, and deep drinking dilutes it.
Don't trust the treacherous lamplight overmuch:
night and wine can harm your view of beauty.
Paris saw the goddesses in the light, a cloudless heaven,
when he said to Venus: 'Venus, you win, over them both.'
Faults are hidden at night: every blemish is forgiven,
and the hour makes whichever girl you like beautiful.
Judge jewellery, and fabric stained with purple,
judge a face, or a figure, in the light. #Quote by Ovid
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Noam Chomsky
#29. It's like these people are programmed by Karl Rove. What he wants is to have liberal critics ridicule Bush because he says 'nucular' and 'misunderestimate' and talks with a probably fake Texas accent and so on, because then can come back with the big propaganda apparatus saying, 'See, those elite liberals who run the world and are sitting around drinking French wine and eating quiche don't understand us ordinary guys'; regular guys like the guy working on the assembly line and George Bush, who is going back to his ranch to cut brush. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Lynne Silver
#30. Rowan coughed and spluttered on his gulp of beer. "I've never played with my pussy," he said with an amused glint in his eye."

Her cheeks heated at his dirty language, but the tingles running under her skin made her aware of her reaction to being alone in the hotel room with Rowan, sitting on the big bed and playing silly games. "I've never touched a woman's breasts beside my own."

"I've never given a blow job."

"I've never received a blow job," she said, tilting the mini wine bottle to her mouth and realizing it was empty.

"I've never played I never with a woman I love before," he said, setting his beer can on the nightstand with a clink.

"I've never kissed a man in a hotel room before." She pressed forward onto her hands and knees to reach and kiss him. Their lips lingered for a long moment before she leaned back and waited for his next I never.

"I've never removed a woman's shirt in a hotel room." Now it was his turn to lean forward and tug her sweater up over her head.

She thought long and hard about her next words, knowing he would act on whatever she said. "I've never ordered a man to take off his shirt in a hotel room," she said finally and watched happily as he removed his long sleeve navy cotton T–shirt. She'd never tire of seeing his smooth skin over hard pectorals. A narrow line of hair trailed down the center of his belly disappearing into jeans. She'd licked her way along that lin #Quote by Lynne Silver
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Isuna Hasekura
#31. Beer was good, too, but its flavor depended on the skill of the craftsman and the tastes the person drinking it. Unlike wine, whose quality depended entirely on price, a beer's deliciousness was unrelated to its cost, so merchants tended to avoid it. There was no way to know if the particular brew would suit your taste unless you were from the region or town - so when he wanted to appear local, Lawrence would order beer. #Quote by Isuna Hasekura
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Kristen Ashley
#32. Babe, you're standing in my arm, in my house, drinking my wine after agreeing in the kitchen." "I haven't even sipped the wine," I pointed out. His lips twitched. Twitched! I made Knight Sebring's lips twitch! "Right, well, you will," he muttered. "And I didn't agree to anything," I went on. Another lip twitch. Then a repeated, "Right, well, you will. #Quote by Kristen Ashley
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by David Jeremiah
#33. When we gather for worship, whether with a handful in a storefront chapel or with thousands in St. Peter's Square, we perform a drama with different parts-speaking and singing and praying and giving money and baptizing and eating bread and drinking wine-all for the delight of God. #Quote by David Jeremiah
Drinking Wine Alone quotes by Jennifer L. Armentrout
#34. I shot forward, gripping my knees. "I do remember something! It's not major, but Seth was heading north. He's probably heading to the Catskills."

"That's something to go on." Marcus glanced at his glass, as if he couldn't fathom how it was empty. "He won't reach it. Not with the Khalkotauroi surrounding the place."

Olivia shuddered. "You think they can actually stop him?"

"They'll slow him down." Marcus pushed off the desk, heading for the door. "Anyone else in need of refreshments?"

"You sharing?" Deacon perked up.

Surprisingly, Aiden didn't caution him. Perhaps a little underage wine drinking wasn't our biggest concern at the moment. Our group scattered, some following Marcus on the wine run. Only after they left did I realize that the Dean of the Covenant was supplying alcohol to minors.

This really was an alternate universe. #Quote by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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