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Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Jennifer Donnelly
#1. I grew up on a mixed diet of mass and class, and I still read that way. I hate it when people apologize for what they read. Some bestsellers aren't exactly literary. So what? They're fun and rip-roaring, Who instituted the book police and why do we have to answer them? Grrrrr! #Quote by Jennifer Donnelly
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Gary Vaynerchuk
#2. I hate recording all the shows for the week in one day, because I want to be able to mention current events and pop culture. If Madonna punches Britney in the face today, I want to reference that on 'Wine Library TV' tomorrow. Monday's episode is always the best, because it's hot off the press. #Quote by Gary Vaynerchuk
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Ndamukong Suh
#3. Mondays I sleep. I go in at ten, do my lift, watch the game from the day before. Tuesday is off, but I go in, lift, watch film. Then I have French toast with my sister. #Quote by Ndamukong Suh
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Tessa Dare
#4. Do you know what day it is?" she asked, peering at him.
"Don't you?"
"Here in Spindle Cove, we ladies have a schedule. Mondays are country walks. Tuesdays, sea bathing. Wednesdays, you'd find us in the garden." She touched the back of her hand to his forehead. "What is it we do on Mondays?"
"We didn't get to Thursdays."
"Thursdays are irrelevant. I'm testing your ability to recall information. Do you remember Mondays?"
He stifled a laugh. God, her touch felt good. If she kept petting and stroking him like this, he might very well go mad.
"Tell me your name," he said. "I promise to recall it. #Quote by Tessa Dare
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Sabrina Jeffries
#5. Ah yes," Gabe said, "Pinter is ever the gallant when it comes to the ladies. He wouldn't risk leaving us alone with poor Miss Lake, for the fear one of us might spirit her off to our lair."
"Why?" Miss Lake asked, with a lift of her brow. "Do you three make a habit of spiriting women off?"
"Only on Tuesdays and Fridays," Masters said. "Seeing as how it's Wednesday, your safe."
"Unless you're wearing a blue garter, madam," Gabe quipped. "On Wednesdays, Masters and I have a great fondness for blue garters. Are your gaters blue, Miss Lake?"
"Only on Mondays and Thursdays." She dealt thirteen cards apiece to the two of them, then put the rest aside as the stock, turning the top card faceup. "Sorry gentlemen. I guess you'll have to spirit off some other woman. #Quote by Sabrina Jeffries
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Sylvia Day
#6. Off. Whoever said Mondays sucked had obviously never woken up to a naked Gideon Cross. #Quote by Sylvia Day
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Lisa-Jo Baker
#7. The Never Unfriended Promise

I promise I will never unfriend you.
Not with the swipe of my finger, not with the roll of my eyes, not with a mean word said behind your back, or a circle too small to pull up one more chair.
I choose to like you.
I choose to choose you. To include you. To invite you.
Even on the days we hit road bumps. I don't want another friendship break up. I want a friendship that won't give up.
So, I give you my too-loud laughter and my awkward tears.
I give you my sofa for the days you just can't even. And the nights you need a safe place to feel heard without saying a word.
Let there be coffee and long conversations.
Let there be messy, ordinary Tuesdays where neither of us is embarrassed by our dust bunnies.
I won't try to force our friendship into jeans that won't fit.
I won't treat you like a quick fix.
I will like you just the way you are.
Because I believe in guilt-free friendship.
And on the days we're tangled up in our own insecurities let's agree to give each other the gift of the benefit of the doubt. Wrapped up with the giant bow of believing the best about each other, even when we don't feel like it.
I'm sure I won't always get it right.
But I'll keep showing up.
With encouragement instead of competition. With Kleenex, big news or sad news on the bad hair days and the Mondays and all the in between days with their ordinary news too.
Friendship on pur #Quote by Lisa-Jo Baker
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Julie Murphy
#8. She'd call us her bee-utiful girls and take us for hot chocolate on Mondays, because Fridays didn't deserve all the attention. It was funny. I used to think of myself as a Monday and Ellen as a Friday. But Mondays and Fridays were just twenty-four-hour stretches of time with different names. #Quote by Julie Murphy
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Sarah Jio
#9. A familiar melody suddenly drifts through the little living room. It makes me freeze, and I don't know why. And then I hear the silky, sweet sound of Karen Carpenter's voice.
"'Rainy Days and Mondays,'" Alex says.
I can't find my voice. I just stare ahead, fighting back the tears.
Alex sits down beside me. I know he senses that something's wrong. "I'm sorry," he says quickly. "If you don't like it, I'll turn it off."
"No," I say. "No. Please don't." I wipe a tear from my eye, just as another spills onto my cheek. "My husband loved this song." I smile. "Which made him the only straight man on earth to love the Carpenters."
Alex grins. "The only two straight men on earth."
I smile again. For some reason, I feel someone has lifted a great weight from my shoulders, just for a moment. "James died on a Monday," I say.
We sit there for a moment listening to the song together, each alone in our own thoughts, until Alex reaches over and takes my hand in his. I don't let go. #Quote by Sarah Jio
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Jarod Kintz
#10. I'd like to tweeze all the Tuesdays of the year, and all the Mondays off my chest. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Lou Brutus
#11. Monday is the yardstick against which all that is unpleasant is measured. #Quote by Lou Brutus
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by The Notorious B.I.G
#12. Sky's The Limit"

Good evening ladies and gentlemen
How's everybody doing tonight
I'd like to welcome to the stage, the lyrically acclaimed
I like this young man because when he came out
He came out with the phrase, he went from ashy to classy
I like that
So everybody in the house, give a warm round of applause
For the Notorious B.I.G
The Notorious B.I.G., ladies and gentlemen give it up for him y'all

[Verse 1]
A nigga never been as broke as me - I like that
When I was young I had two pair of Lees, besides that
The pin stripes and the gray
The one I wore on Mondays and Wednesdays
While niggas flirt I'm sewing tigers on my shirts, and alligators
You want to see the inside, I see you later
Here comes the drama, oh, that's that nigga with the fake, blaow
Why you punch me in my face, stay in your place
Play your position, here come my intuition
Go in this nigga pocket, rob him while his friends watching
And hoes clocking, here comes respect
His crew's your crew or they might be next
Look at they man eye, big man, they never try
So we rolled with them, stole with them
I mean loyalty, niggas bought me milks at lunch
The milks was chocolate, the cookies, butter crunch
88 Oshkosh and blue and white dunks, pass the blunts

[Hook: 112]
Sky is the limit and you know that you keep on
Just keep on pressing on
#Quote by The Notorious B.I.G
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Bruce Forsyth
#13. I hate Mondays - I hate that feeling you've got to get yourself up. #Quote by Bruce Forsyth
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Claudine Carmel
#14. Mondays taste like split-pea soup,

Tuesdays taste like gobbledygook,

Wednesdays taste like licorice,

Thursdays taste like deep-fried fish,

Fridays taste like the color red,

Saturdays taste like gingerbread,

Sundays taste like chicken breast,

But birthdays! Birthdays taste the best!

Birthdays taste like chocolate cake,

Balloons, presents, and sirloin steak. #Quote by Claudine Carmel
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by David      Bell
#15. Taut, intelligent, and intense suspense that is deeply human." - Mark Greaney, New York Times Bestselling Author of Gunmetal Gray

"Exciting and well-layered....David Bell is a master storyteller with a sure hand at crafting characters you feel for and stories you relish." - Allen Eskens, USA Today Bestselling Author of The Life We Bury

"A tense and twisty suspense novel about the dark secrets that lie buried within a community and a father who can save his daughter only by uncovering them. Will leave parents wondering just how well they truly know their children." - Hester Young, author of The Gates of Evangeline and The Shimmering Road

"A gripping, immersive tour-de-force full of twists and turns. BRING HER HOME kept me flipping the pages late into the night. Don't expect to sleep until you've finished reading this book. I could not put it down!" - A. J. Banner, bestselling author of The Good Neighbor and The Twilight Wife

"In David Bell's riveting BRING HER HOME, the unthinkable is only the beginning. From there, the story races through stunning twists all the way to its revelation, without letting its heart fall away in the action. Intense, emotional, and deeply satisfying. This one will keep you up late into the night. Don't miss it!" - Jamie Mason, author of Three Graves Full and Monday's Lie

"Spellbinding and pulse-raising, BRING HER HOME hooked me from the first sentence and surprised me until the final pages. Sh #Quote by David Bell
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#16. You might as well say that a certain philosophy can be believed on Mondays, but cannot be believed on Tuesdays. You #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Calvin Miller
#17. Saturdays and Mondays were Sundays' bookends. On Saturdays preachers were neurotic planning what they would say, and on Mondays they were neurotic for having said it."7 #Quote by Calvin Miller
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Carmen Maria Machado
#18. One of my favourite stories is about an old woman and her husband – a man mean as Mondays, who scared her with the violence of his temper and the shifting nature of his whims. She was only able to keep him satisfied with her unparalleled cooking, to which he was a complete captive. One day, he bought her a fat liver to cook for him, and she did, using herbs and broth. But the smell of her own artistry overtook her, and a few nibbles became a few bites, and soon the liver was gone. She had no money with which to purchase a second one, and she was terrified of her husband's reaction should he discover that his meal was gone. So she crept to the church next door, where a woman had been recently laid to rest. She approached the shrouded figure, then cut into it with a pair of kitchen shears and stole the liver from her corpse.

That night, the woman's husband dabbed his lips with a napkin and declared the meal the finest he'd ever eaten. When they went to sleep, the old woman heard the front door open, and a thin wail wafted through the rooms. Who has my liver? Whooooo has my liver?

The old woman could hear the voice coming closer and closer to the bedroom. There was a hush as the door swung open. The dead woman posed her query again.

The old woman flung the blanket off her husband.

– He has it! She declared triumphantly.

Then she saw the face of the dead woman, and recognized her own mouth and eyes. She looked down at her abd #Quote by Carmen Maria Machado
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Joshua Ferris
#19. We didn't know what he did on the weekends. What sort of person showed up on Monday and had no interest in sharing what transpired during the two days of the week when one's real life took place? His weekends were long dark shadows of mystery. In all likelihood, he spent his days off in the office, cultivating his master plan. Mondays we'd come in refreshed and unsuspecting and he would already be there, ready to spring something on us. Maybe he never left. Certainly he never came around with a coffee mug to palaver with us on a Monday morning. We didn't judge him for that, so long as he didn't judge us for our custom of easing into a new workweek. #Quote by Joshua Ferris
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
#20. Sunday's silence can only mean one thing.
Monday's here! #Quote by Anthony T. Hincks
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Jasper Fforde
#21. After almost two hours, the phone rang. I could guess who it was.
"Hello, Blix," I said before he could say anything. "Adding kidnapping to your long list of felonies?"
"We prefer to think of it as 'vacationing at the specific invitation of His Majesty," replied Blix. "Open the top drawer of the bureau."
I did so, and found a contract for Kazam to concede the competition, with all the details that Blix had already outlined. The document had been prepared by a law firm in Financia and registered with the Ununited Kingdoms Supreme Court, so even if King Snodd had wanted to reverse the deal, he couldn't.
"It's all there," said Blix. "I knew my or the King's word wouldn't be good enough, so I made it official. Sign it and your vacation in the North Tower is over."
"And if I don't?"
"Then you'll stay there until six Mondays from now, and we'll have Kazam for nothing."
"Are you in the castle watching the top of the North Tower at the moment?"
"I might be."
I ripped the phone from the wall and tossed it out the open window. The telephone took almost five seconds to hit the ground. It was a pointless gesture, but very satisfying. #Quote by Jasper Fforde
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Sheryl Sandberg
#22. I don't believe we have a professional self from Mondays through Fridays and a real self for the rest of the time. #Quote by Sheryl Sandberg
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Emma Mills
#23. Labor Day is really the last sweet taste of summer. One final pardon before all your Mondays become Mondays again. #Quote by Emma Mills
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Héctor Abad Faciolince
#24. So to avoid the twin dangers of nostalgia and despairing bitterness, I'll just say that in Cartagena we'd spend a whole month of happiness, and sometimes even a month and a half, or even longer, going out in Uncle Rafa's motorboat, La Fiorella, to Bocachica to collect seashells and eat fried fish with plantain chips and cassava, and to the Rosary Islands, where I tried lobster, or to the beach at Bocagrande, or walking to the pool at the Caribe Hotel, until we were mildly burned on our shoulders, which after a few days started peeling and turned freckly forever, or playing football with my cousins, in the little park opposite Bocagrande Church, or tennis in the Cartagena Club or ping-pong in their house, or going for bike rides, or swimming under the little nameless waterfalls along the coast, or making the most of the rain and the drowsiness of siesta time to read the complete works of Agatha Christie or the fascinating novels of Ayn Rand (I remember confusing the antics of the architect protagonist of The Fountainhead with those of my uncle Rafael), or Pearl S. Buck's interminable sagas, in cool hammocks strung up in the shade on the terrace of the house, with a view of the sea, drinking Kola Roman, eating Chinese empanadas on Sundays, coconut rice with red snapper on Mondays, Syrian-Lebanese kibbeh on Wednesdays, sirloin steak on Fridays and, my favourite, egg arepas on Saturday mornings, piping hot and brought fresh from a nearby village, Luruaco, where they had the best #Quote by Héctor Abad Faciolince
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Jonathan Hull
#25. I've always hated Mondays, the whole lot of them. Too much whiplash, snapping the tired masses to attention. God's way, perhaps, of reminding us that we are not masters of our fate, no matter how deluded we became during the weekend respite. #Quote by Jonathan Hull
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by M.A. Williamson
#26. Monday's Motivation taken from my debut novel, "Anna Bell- The Sometimes Loner with an Unbreakable Spirit."

"Sadly, with this and other experience Anna has encountered over the years, she has learnt one vital and very important lesson; that not all those you love and are loyal to, will always feel the same towards you or reciprocate."

Have you ever felt that way, that persons you were once loyal to, were actually the first ones to throw you under the bus? If that was ever your experience, you're not alone but can rise above it no matter what.
#reallifeexperience #Quote by M.A. Williamson
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by John Wagner
#27. If each day is a gift, I'd like to know where to return Mondays! #Quote by John Wagner
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Ramona Wray
#28. Before I knew it, my daily schedule had started to look a lot like this:

Monday: Woke up, thought of Ryder; went to school, stared at Ryder; had lunch with J, gaped at Ryder; went to PE, brooded over Ryder's absence; went home, thought of Ryder; took a drive "accidentally" passing by Dave's Garage, spied on Ryder; came home, thought of Ryder; had dinner, no appetite due to lack-of Ryder; went to bed, tossed and turned thinking about Ryder.
Tuesday: See above, with minor adjustments.
Wednesday: Ryder wasn't in school, my world collapsed
Thursday: Same as Monday and Tuesday
Friday: See above.
Saturday: Nightmarishly long, boring. Drove by Dave's Garage twice, hoping to see Ryder.
Sunday: See above, minus the drive-by. But, yay, tomorrow I'll see Ryder in school! God bless Mondays. #Quote by Ramona Wray
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Nicole Ari Parker
#29. If you had to work 14 hour days, Mondays to Fridays, then you have to keep Saturdays and Sundays sacred. #Quote by Nicole Ari Parker
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Rachel Nichols
#30. I normally work out six days a week. I'll do Pilates on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and I'll do cardio on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. #Quote by Rachel Nichols
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Jessica Brody
#31. When my phone chimes with a text message on Monday morning, I'm still in that dreamy state between sleep and awake where you can pretty much convince yourself of anything. Like that a teen Mick Jagger is waiting in your driveway to take you to school. Or that your favorite book series ended with an actual satisfying conclusion, instead of what the author tried to pass off as a satisfying conclusion. #Quote by Jessica Brody
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Jarod Kintz
#32. I don't like Mondays, especially if they occur on Fridays. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Neil Gaiman
#33. I gain my freedom on the day the moon loses her daughter, if that occurs in a week when two Mondays come together. I await it with patience. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by C.S. Woolley
#34. When it's only Monday and my bestie is already having a horrible week, I start hunting for memes to send him so that in amongst all the pain and misery he can get really annoyed that his whatsapp is going every two minutes with pointless pictures taking up all of the space on his phone. #Quote by C.S. Woolley
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Grace May North
#35. Whatever the mistakes or faults of the past have been, I feel that on New Years and birthdays, and even on Mondays, I can clean off the slate, so to speak, and start all over. #Quote by Grace May North
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by William Zinsser
#36. Go to your desk on Monday morning and write about some event that's still vivid in your memory. It doesn't have to be long - three pages, five pages - but it should have a beginning and an end. Put that episode in a folder and get on with your life. On Tuesday morning, do the same thing. Tuesday's episode doesn't have to be related to Monday's episode. Take whatever memory comes calling; your subconscious mind, having been put to work, will start delivering your past. Keep this up for two months, or three months, or six months. Don't be impatient to start writing your "memoir" - the one you had in mind before you began. Then, one day, take all your entries out of their folder and spread them on the floor. (The floor is often a writer's best friend.) Read them through and see what they tell you and what patterns emerge. They will tell you what your memoir is about - and what it's not about. #Quote by William Zinsser
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Abraham Verghese
#37. If one could read fluently, confidently, in every known language, one would have no need of translators or translations; one could read Homer on Mondays, Akhmatova on Tuesdays, Swahili poets on Wednesdays, and so on. #Quote by Abraham Verghese
Grrrrr Mondays quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#38. It was a strangely disorienting feeling, to have something you'd relied on for so long start to change, like finding out that gravity no longer worked on Mondays. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater

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