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Gekas Stoves quotes by Anne Frank
#1. We lit the stove a few days ago and the entire room is filled with smoke. I prefer central heating, and I'm probably not the only one. #Quote by Anne Frank
Gekas Stoves quotes by John Gierach
#2. From my own experience I can say that a bad back makes you hike slower, stove-up knees keep you from wading confidently, tendinitis of the elbows buggers your casting, and a dose of giardia can send you dashing to the bushes fifteen times in an afternoon, but although none of this is fun, it's discernibly better than not fishing. #Quote by John Gierach
Gekas Stoves quotes by Margot Berwin
#3. I twirled it around in front of my eyes, going momentarily cross-eyed as I looked for any sign of roots. Of course it was much too soon, and I knew that there wouldn't be any, but I checked anyway, because I'm a checker by nature: lights, stoves, occasionally underneath beds, and, apparently, now plant stems. Life was getting complicated. #Quote by Margot Berwin
Gekas Stoves quotes by Nora Gallagher
#4. Books were to my family's house like beds and stoves, the most basic items, necessary for survival #Quote by Nora Gallagher
Gekas Stoves quotes by Rohinton Mistry
#5. You fellows are amazing,' the sweaty cook roared over the stoves. 'Everything happens to you only. Each time you come here, you have a new adventure story to entertain us #Quote by Rohinton Mistry
Gekas Stoves quotes by Sinclair Lewis
#6. In Floral Heights and the other prosperous sections of Zenith, especially in the "young married set," there were many women who had nothing to do. Though they had few servants, yet with gas stoves, electric ranges and dish-washers and vacuum cleaners, and tiled kitchen walls, their houses were so convenient that they had little housework, and much of their food came from bakeries and delicatessens. They had but two, one, or no children; and despite the myth that the Great War had made work respectable, their husbands objected to their "wasting time and getting a lot of crank ideas" in unpaid social work, and still more to their causing a rumor, by earning money, that they were not adequately supported. They worked perhaps two hours a day, and the rest of the time they ate chocolates, went to the motion-pictures, went window-shopping, went in gossiping twos and threes to card-parties, read magazines, thought timorously of the lovers who never appeared, and accumulated a splendid restlessness which they got rid of by nagging their husbands. The husbands nagged back. #Quote by Sinclair Lewis
Gekas Stoves quotes by Phyllis Diller
#7. Every time I go near the stove, the dog howls. #Quote by Phyllis Diller
Gekas Stoves quotes by Michael Moore
#8. Maybe we should be directing our anger elsewhere - like toward Wall Street. Why is it we never think of Big Business when we think of welfare recipients? Companies take more of our tax dollars, and in much more questionable ways, than do those who are trying to heat their apartments with a kerosene stove. #Quote by Michael Moore
Gekas Stoves quotes by Louis Auchincloss
#9. Consider, children ... the pain of touching the tip of your finger to your mother's stove, even for a fraction of a second. That is an experience which most of you have suffered. Now try to imagine that pain, not simply on a fingertip but spread over the whole surface of your body, and not for a mere second, but everlastingly. That, children, is hellfire. #Quote by Louis Auchincloss
Gekas Stoves quotes by Donal Logue
#10. The desert feels Irish in a way - lonely and barren. If someone said, 'Think of a happy place for you,' I'd say a glacial plane near the South Pole, the wind howling, nobody in sight, a shack with a pot-belly stove and some tea. #Quote by Donal Logue
Gekas Stoves quotes by Sam Haskins
#11. A photographer went to a socialite party in New York. As he entered the front door, the host said 'I love your pictures - they're wonderful; you must have a fantastic camera.' He said nothing until dinner was finished, then: 'That was a wonderful dinner; you must have a terrific stove. #Quote by Sam Haskins
Gekas Stoves quotes by Margery Allingham
#12. Meanwhile Crumb Street, never a place of beauty, that afternoon was at its worst. The fog slopped over its low houses like a bucketful of cold soup over a row of dirty stoves. The #Quote by Margery Allingham
Gekas Stoves quotes by Willard Scott
#13. My grandmother's house - she ran it just like her grandmother and her great-grandmother. They didn't have electricity. They had wood stoves that never got cold. #Quote by Willard Scott
Gekas Stoves quotes by Catherine Zeta-Jones
#14. I was like any new bride, who said, 'I'm going to cook for my man.' In fact, once I started a small kitchen fire in a pan. Smoke was pouring from the pan, and I got really scared. Right next to our stove is a small fire extinguisher. You know, easy access. #Quote by Catherine Zeta-Jones
Gekas Stoves quotes by Sam Starbuck
#15. Electricity," Purva said, rolling the strange new word around in her mouth, giving it at once an Australian and a French inflection.

"Sir William was playing around with it when we met, do you remember?" Jack said to Clare. "He was storing charges in boxes."

"I remember he was blowing things up," Clare replied.

"Six of one..." Jack grinned. "Nobody really knows how it works, but down here it powers most of the lights in the big cities and parts of the automobiles and the stoves in the train kitchen. You can store the power in blocks, then hook it up to anything you might otherwise run on a boiler. It's cooler, and the blocks last longer than coal. I think I can reproduce it when we get home, if I can take enough schematics with me."

"He is going to kill himself," Purva said, but her tone was casual, not overly worried.

"I'm not going to kill myself," Jack answered, equally casual. "Just because it can cause your heart to stop doesn't mean it always does. #Quote by Sam Starbuck
Gekas Stoves quotes by Charles Bukowski
#16. Even the stove and the refrigerator looked human, I mean good human - they seemed to have arms and voices and they said, hang around, kid, it's good here, it can be very good here. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Gekas Stoves quotes by Noam Chomsky
#17. I'm into eating as little as possible ... I never cook. Never use the stove or anything. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
Gekas Stoves quotes by Charlotte Bronte
#18. Human feelings are queer things
I am much happier
black-leading the stove's
making the beds and sweeping the floors at home, than I should be living like a fine lady anywhere else. #Quote by Charlotte Bronte
Gekas Stoves quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#19. There's the feather-bed element here, brother, - ach! and not only that! There's an attraction here - here you have the end of the world, an anchorage, a quiet haven, the navel of the earth, the three fishes that are the foundation of the world, the essence of pancakes, of savoury fish-pies, of the evening samovar, of soft sighs and warm shawls, and hot stoves to sleep on - as snug as though you were dead, and yet you're alive - the advantages of both at once! #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Gekas Stoves quotes by Ashfaq Saraf
#20. Come with me, come with me
I'll revisit the solitary mosque near hill brook,
Where men are scarce, come let's see,
I'll hold your hands as I took
The hands of my shiver strains,
Of poignant losses, of miniscule gains,
Come with me across these marsh mellows
Dividing our men into doves and scarecrows!
Come sit with the longing in these abandoned rows
where the frozen eyes burn renunciation stoves,
Let's visit the solitary mosque near hill brook; #Quote by Ashfaq Saraf
Gekas Stoves quotes by Kakul Gautam
#21. There was once a beautiful boy
Who cried 'Wolf', every night.
He would tell everyone he saw
Of the animals azure eyes,
The throat-gripping terror and fright.

His friends and lovers came in droves
With sticks & words, threats and stoves.
They loved his beauty and wanted him safe
Of the menacing claws, he said lived inside
a cave.

Every night with will anew,
They waited and plotted beatings
Black and blue.
Nights turned to dusk
Lovers to strangers,
Days to years,
The wolf never came
His stories they couldn't bear to hear.

So lived the gorgeous boy,
Icy winter nights alone,
Still muttering about the wolf
So beastly and regal, it needed a throne.

He spoke about its glistening fur,
Razor sharp claws, yellowed breath
And treacherous purr.
How the wolf would howl every night,
At a monstrous moon
Far away and stark bright.

He heard its padded steps
From miles away
Horrified by the wildness,
Its softly heaving chest would betray.

Alone the boy, with the beautiful smile
In time to realise
The wolf only ever howled inside. #Quote by Kakul Gautam
Gekas Stoves quotes by Frank Bill
#22. Rusted ringer washers. Gas stoves. Dry rotted tires and busted television sets decorated the flat rock hollows. The country yards of rusted trailers and broken-down farmhouses with abandoned red clay tractors. Vehicles on cinder blocks. It was the poor man's fairy tale of rural survival. #Quote by Frank Bill
Gekas Stoves quotes by Saul Bellow
#23. She sits and listens with crossed legs under the batik house-wrap she wears, with her heavy three-way-piled hair and cigarette at her mouth and refuses me - for the time being, anyway - the most important things I ask of her.

It's really kind of tremendous how it all takes place. You'd never guess how much labor goes into it. Only some time ago it occurred to me how great an amount. She came back from the studio and went to take a bath, and from the bath she called out to me, "Darling, please bring me a towel." I took one of those towel robes that I had bought at the Bon Marche' department store and came along with it. The little bathroom was in twilight. In the auffe-eua machine, the brass box with teeth of gas
burning, the green metal dropped crumbs inside from the thousand-candle blaze. Her body with its warm woman's smell was covered with water starting in a calm line over her breasts. The glass of the medicine chest shone (like a deep blue place in the wall, as if a window to the evening sea and not the ashy fog of Paris. I sat down with the robe over my; shoulder and felt very much at peace. For a change the apartment seemed clean and was warm; the abominations were gone into the background, the stoves drew well and they shone. Jacqueline was cooking dinner and it smelled of gravy. I felt settled and easy, my chest free and my fingers comfortable and open. And now here's the thing. It takes a time like this for you to find out how sore your heart has bee #Quote by Saul Bellow
Gekas Stoves quotes by Felicia C. Sullivan
#24. Women are born to serve and breed, and when we fail at this, what else is there? What is it that we can do that men can't? We bring their screaming mouths into this world only to be told by those mouths, now grown, that we're lesser than. Only good for being on our knees, backs, or perched over stoves. We're told, You're smart for a woman, you're mouthy for a woman, you're brazen for a woman. They tell us we're dangerous and emotional, prone to hysterics like landmines, and I wonder, if this is true, why aren't they afraid? #Quote by Felicia C. Sullivan
Gekas Stoves quotes by Laura Ingalls Wilder
#25. These times are too progressive. Everything has changed too fast. Railroads and telegraphs and kerosene and coal stoves
they're good to have but the trouble is, folks get to depend on 'em. #Quote by Laura Ingalls Wilder
Gekas Stoves quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#26. She would walk through the kitchen at any hour, whenever she was hungry, and put her fork in the pots and eat a little of everything without placing anything on a plate, standing in front of the stove, talking to the serving women, who were the only ones with whom she felt comfortable, the ones she got along with best. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Gekas Stoves quotes by Debi Mazar
#27. We have friends in Italy who have these old stoves, and they turn out the most beautiful food. All you really need is time, the best ingredients, and love. #Quote by Debi Mazar
Gekas Stoves quotes by William Eckhardt
#28. If the losses don't hurt, your financial survival is tenuous. #Quote by William Eckhardt
Gekas Stoves quotes by Bill Holm
#29. We all need new ideas, images, and experiences far more than we need new stoves or cars or computers. #Quote by Bill Holm
Gekas Stoves quotes by David Foster Wallace
#30. Between a cold kitchen window gone opaque with the stove's wet heat and the breath of us, an open drawer, and the gilt ferrotype of identical boys flanking a blind vested father which hung in a square recession above the wireless's stand, my Mum stood and cut off my long hair in the uneven heat. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Gekas Stoves quotes by Earl Nightingale
#31. Don't take the attitude of waiting for people to be nice to you - be nice to them. Don't sit in front of a cold stove waiting for the heat. Put in the fuel. Act first. #Quote by Earl Nightingale
Gekas Stoves quotes by Caroline Criado Perez
#32. Thankfully for frustrated women around the world, Tom Schalk, the vice president of voice technology at car navigation system supplier ATX, has come up with a novel solution to fix the 'many issues with women's voices'.26 What women need, he said, was 'lengthy training' – if only women 'were willing' to submit to it. Which, sighs Schalk, they just aren't. Just like the wilful women buying the wrong stoves in Bangladesh, women buying cars are unreasonably expecting voice-recognition software developers to design a product that works for them when it's obvious that the problem needing fixing is the women themselves. Why can't a woman be more like a man? #Quote by Caroline Criado Perez
Gekas Stoves quotes by Jarod Kintz
#33. Some men might buy their wives stoves for their birthdays. But I'm not that sexist. I also got mine a lawnmower. #Quote by Jarod Kintz

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