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Imogens Tea quotes by Tom Hardy
#1. Then there's your diet. You cut out sugars, fat, soy sauces ... anything that's nice. Tea and coffee is replaced by boiling water with lemon. It's amazing how quickly you get into it. There's also herbal tea and a lot of water, obviously ... about two litres a day. #Quote by Tom Hardy
Imogens Tea quotes by Samuel Goldwyn
#2. Coffee is not my cup of tea #Quote by Samuel Goldwyn
Imogens Tea quotes by Virginia Woolf
#3. You have been reading Byron. You have been marking the passages that seem to approve of your own character. I find marks against all those sentences which seem to express a sardonic yet passionate nature; a moth-like impetuosity dashing it-self against hard glass. You thought, as you drew your pencil there, "I too throw off my cloak like that. I too snap my fingers in the face of destiny." Yet Byron never made tea as you do, who fill the pot so that when you put the lid on the tea spills
over. #Quote by Virginia Woolf
Imogens Tea quotes by Shannon Hale
#4. Is it far?" she asked.
"About three hours, ma'am," he said, keeping his eyes on the pavement.
"Another three hours." She tried to think of something witty and British to say. "I already feel like a thrice-used tea bag."
He didn't smile.
"Oh. Um, I'm Jane. What's your name?"
He shook his head. "Not allowed to say."
Of course, she thought, I'm entering Austenland. The servant class is invisible. #Quote by Shannon Hale
Imogens Tea quotes by Deanna Raybourn
#5. Did you mean what you said? You will pursue this?'
Brisbane sipped at his tea. 'I suppose. I have a few other matters that I must bring to conclusion, but nothing that cannot wait. And I have no other clients questioning either my integrity or my courage at present. #Quote by Deanna Raybourn
Imogens Tea quotes by Kris Gopalakrishnan
#6. Politics is not my cup of tea. I would like to focus on research and education, and will also work to help start-up ecosystem. #Quote by Kris Gopalakrishnan
Imogens Tea quotes by Zach Galifianakis
#7. I understand Tea Partyers' anger with the system, but they are in way over their heads and often racially motivated, and I can't be part of that. #Quote by Zach Galifianakis
Imogens Tea quotes by Maria Parloa
#8. Persons drinking coffee, as a general rule, eat less, though coffee, and also tea, have little direct food value; but they retard the waste of the tissues, and so take the place of food. #Quote by Maria Parloa
Imogens Tea quotes by Thom Hartmann
#9. Many people today think that the Tea Act - which led to the Boston Tea Party - was simply an increase in the taxes on tea paid by the American colonists. That's where the whole "Taxation Without Representation" meme came from.

Instead, the purpose of the Tea Act was to give the East India Company full and unlimited access to the American tea trade and to exempt the company from having to pay taxes to Britain on tea exported to the American colonies. It even gave the company a tax refund on millions of pounds of tea that it was unable to sell and holding in inventory.

In other words, the Tea Act was the largest corporate tax break in the history of the world. #Quote by Thom Hartmann
Imogens Tea quotes by Billy Corgan
#10. I've never had coffee. I've always hated the smell. It was always tea. I was a pretty typical kid, though. I grew up drinking Lipton. I didn't know there was other tea to drink. #Quote by Billy Corgan
Imogens Tea quotes by Deborah Blake
#11. Members of the court still talked in whispers of the lady-in-waiting who had accidentally worn mismatched stockings to an afternoon tea. They said she made a lovely rosebush, always festooned with stunning flowers in two slightly different colors of peach.
Beka didn't aspire to be a rosebush. #Quote by Deborah Blake
Imogens Tea quotes by Sophie Divry
#12. That's what sofas are for: sit down, drink a cup of tea, talk of literature. At least that's how I see it. #Quote by Sophie Divry
Imogens Tea quotes by Tracy Alderman
#13. It's one thing to have your partner tell you he or she has multiple personalities, and it's another to walk in on your partner and find him or her sitting on the bedroom floor, speaking in a child like voice, having a tea party with stuffed animals. #Quote by Tracy Alderman
Imogens Tea quotes by Kevin Kwan
#14. My grandparents were far more English in their manners than they were Chinese. For example, we spoke English at home, had afternoon tea every day, and my grandfather, who attended university in Scotland, would smoke his pipe after dinner. #Quote by Kevin Kwan
Imogens Tea quotes by Pat Schneider
#15. It is a kind of love, is it not?
How the cup holds the tea,
How the chair stands sturdy and foursquare,
How the floor receives the bottoms of shoes
Or toes. How soles of feet know
Where they're supposed to be.
I've been thinking about the patience
Of ordinary things, how clothes
Wait respectfully in closets
And soap dries quietly in the dish,
And towels drink the wet
From the skin of the back.
And the lovely repetition of stairs.
And what is more generous than a window? #Quote by Pat Schneider
Imogens Tea quotes by Francis Amalfi
#16. In the Fukien province of China, the Dutch learned the word tay, which means "tea" in the local dialect, and with this sound it was introduced to Europe. In fact, in Ireland and England it was pronounced tay until the start of the eighteenth century, after which the word was derived to tee and then tea - as we know it today. #Quote by Francis Amalfi
Imogens Tea quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#17. Most problems could be diminished by the drinking of tea and the thinking through of things that could be done while tea was being drunk. And even if that did not solve problems, at least it could put them off for a little while, which we sometimes needed to do, we really did. #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Imogens Tea quotes by Catherine Tate
#18. I don't like tea! Never have, never drunk it. #Quote by Catherine Tate
Imogens Tea quotes by Walker Percy
#19. We've spoken of the Knights of the Holy Grail, Percival. Do you know what I was? The Knight of the Unholy Grail.
In times like these when everyone is wonderful, what is needed is a quest for evil.
You should be interested! Such a quest serves God's cause! How? Because the Good proves nothing. When everyone is wonderful, nobody bothers with God. If you had ten thousand Albert Schweitzers giving their lives for their fellow men, do you think anyone would have a second thought about God?
Or suppose the Lowell Professor of Religion at Harvard should actually find the Holy Grail, dig it up in an Israeli wadi, properly authenticate it, carbon date it, and present it to the Metropolitan Museum. Millions of visitors! I would be as curious as the next person and would stand in line for hours to see it. But what different would it make in the end? People would be interested for a while, yes. This is an age of interest.
But suppose you could show me one "sin," one pure act of malevolence. A different cup of tea! That would bring matters to a screeching halt. But we have plenty of evil around you say. What about Hitler, the gas ovens and so forth? What about them? As everyone knows and says, Hitler was a madman. And it seems nobody else was responsible. Everyone was following orders. It is even possible that there was no such order, that it was all a bureaucratic mistake.
Show me a single "sin."
One hundred and twenty thousand dead at Hiroshima? Where was #Quote by Walker Percy
Imogens Tea quotes by Kirby Larson
#20. Why couldn't I be more like other girls my age? Take Mrs. Brown's niece. She spent every waking hour sizing up this beau or that, stitching tea towels and petticoats and putting aside a little each month for a set of Spode Buttercup dishes. #Quote by Kirby Larson
Imogens Tea quotes by Michelle Tea
#21. Gwynn, she was always talking about wanting to be drunk and honestly I did want to encourage that, I wanted to go to a bar with her and let all the stuff sobriety pushed down be released so I could catch it in my palms and finally kiss her. She was just so sad. Melancholy was a fleshy wave permanently cresting on her face, she had to speak through it when she talked. #Quote by Michelle Tea
Imogens Tea quotes by Igor Eliseev
#22. It always turns out this way: at first people idolize you, swear to be your faithful friend forever and then spit in your tea and in your soul, too. #Quote by Igor Eliseev
Imogens Tea quotes by Frances Moore Lappe
#23. Much agricultural land which might be growing food is being used instead to 'grow' money (in the form of coffee, tea, etc.). #Quote by Frances Moore Lappe
Imogens Tea quotes by Michelle Tea
#24. So I kept talking because nothing gets me going like knowing I should shut up. Oh, I should be quiet and full of potential like all those still flowers, but I know I am a weed and I've got to blow my seeds around the garden. #Quote by Michelle Tea
Imogens Tea quotes by Shara McCallum
#25. I am the woman at the water's edge,
offering you oranges for the peeling,
knife glistening in the sun.
This is the scent and taste
of my skin: citon and sweet.
Touch me and your life will unfold
before you, easily as this skirt
billows then sinks,
lapping against my legs, my toes
filtering through the rivers silt.
Following the current out to sea,
I am the kind of woman
who will come back to haunt
your dreams, move through your
humid nights the way honey
swirls through a cup of hot tea #Quote by Shara McCallum
Imogens Tea quotes by Mike Slaughter
#26. The kingdom of God is neither blue nor red, tea nor coffee! The church must stand in prophetic tension with Constantinian political systems and never underwrite or accommodate itself to a partisan political world order, including American democracy. #Quote by Mike Slaughter
Imogens Tea quotes by Charles Francis Adams, Sr.
#27. It is so very easy and so very pleasant, too, to read only books which lead to nothing, light and interesting books, and the more the better, that it is almost as difficult to wean ourselves from it as from the habit of chewing tobacco to excess, or of smoking the whole time, or of depending for stimulus upon tea or coffee or spirits. #Quote by Charles Francis Adams, Sr.
Imogens Tea quotes by Libba Bray
#28. Will this be my life forevermore? Careful tea parties and the quiet fear that I don't belong, that I'm a fraud? I held magic in my hands! I tasted freedom in a land where summer doesn't end. I outsmarted the Rakshana with a boy whose kiss I still feel somehow. was it all for naught? I'd rather not have known any of it than have it snatched away after a taste. #Quote by Libba Bray
Imogens Tea quotes by A.J. Hackwith
#29. Claire lived by the firm moral philosophy that one could never have too many pockets, too many books, or too much tea. #Quote by A.J. Hackwith
Imogens Tea quotes by Kate Harper
#30. Tea was good. Tea was possibly the safest drink in the entire Empire. It defied anything untoward. #Quote by Kate Harper
Imogens Tea quotes by Nicole Krauss
#31. We move through the day like two hands of a clock: sometimes we overlap for a moment, then come apart again, carrying on alone. Everyday exactly the same: the tea, the burnt toast, the crumbs, the silence. #Quote by Nicole Krauss
Imogens Tea quotes by Tea Leoni
#32. I've been in a gym probably nine days of my life. #Quote by Tea Leoni
Imogens Tea quotes by Nancy Moser
#33. Tea no more! Down with bustles! #Quote by Nancy Moser
Imogens Tea quotes by Louis L'Amour
#34. Neither drink [coffee or tea] was known in Frankish lands, but seated in the coffeehouses, I drank of each at various times, twirling my moustache and listening with attention to that headier draught, the wine of the intellect, that sweet and bitter juice distilled from the vine of thought and the tree of man's experience. #Quote by Louis L'Amour
Imogens Tea quotes by Burial
#35. It's more about when you come back from being out somewhere; in a minicab or a night bus, or with someone, or walking home across London late at night, dreamlike, and you've still got the music kind of echoing in you, in your bloodstream, but with real life trying to get in the way. I want it to be like a little sanctuary. It's like that 24-hour stand selling tea on a rainy night, glowing in the dark. It's pretty simple. #Quote by Burial
Imogens Tea quotes by Neal Stephenson
#36. Therapies administered included but were not limited to: turning things off, then on again; picking them up a couple of inches and then dropping them; turning off nonessential appliances in this and other rooms; removing lids and wiggling circuit boards; extracting small contaminants, such as insects and their egg cases, with nonconducting chopsticks; cable-wiggling; incense-burning; putting folded-up pieces of paper beneath table legs; drinking tea and sulking; invoking unseen powers; sending runners to other rooms, buildings, or precincts with exquisitely calligraphed notes and waiting for them to come back carrying spare parts in dusty, yellowed cardboard boxes; and a similarly diverse suite of troubleshooting techniques in the realm of software. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Imogens Tea quotes by Randall Munroe
#37. But what kind of person makes tea in a blender? #Quote by Randall Munroe
Imogens Tea quotes by S.T. Joshi
#38. I am sort of a tea addict. I structure my day by cups of tea. #Quote by S.T. Joshi
Imogens Tea quotes by Jane Lovering
#39. The cold seemed less relentless now. The small circle of white light from my bedside lamp and its hint of the dawn to come seemed to drive the worst of the chill away and the hot tea did the rest, as I lay and read further into the life of the young woman in the bravado coat. #Quote by Jane Lovering
Imogens Tea quotes by Margery Wilson
#40. They're the sort of people one invites to lunch or tea, but never to dinner. #Quote by Margery Wilson
Imogens Tea quotes by Christa Carmen
#41. You can't drink 'English afternoon tea' in the morning," the barista said to her, his eyes blazing like shards of crystal meth about to ignite. "Do you want to be responsible for fucking up the universe? #Quote by Christa Carmen
Imogens Tea quotes by Mark Strong
#42. All these portrayals we see of knights fighting must be absolute rubbish because knights in armour could literally have only had two or three blows and then they'd have had to sit down to have a cup of tea. #Quote by Mark Strong
Imogens Tea quotes by Jamie L. Harding
#43. The best thing about being a writer is that 'work' is always something you love, plus usually accompanied by tea, coffee and cakes of some sort. #Quote by Jamie L. Harding
Imogens Tea quotes by Fiona Thrust
#44. There we were, filled with pure animal need, as he pinned me to the wooden table, and cruelly whipped my naked bottom; the two of us sweaty and panting, me screaming, him grunting, our primal sexual natures overprinting the tea room's pretence at gentility, and refinement. #Quote by Fiona Thrust
Imogens Tea quotes by Sarah Addison Allen
#45. Business was doing well, because all the locals knew that dishes made from the flowers that grew around the apple tree in the Waverley garden could affect the eater in curious ways. The biscuits with lilac jelly, the lavender tea cookies, and the tea cakes made with nasturtium mayonnaise the Ladies Aid ordered for their meetings once a month gave them the ability to keep secrets. The fried dandelion buds over marigold-petal rice, stuffed pumpkin blossoms, and rose-hip soup ensured that your company would notice only the beauty of your home and never the flaws. Anise hyssop honey butter on toast, angelica candy, and cupcakes with crystallized pansies made children thoughtful. Honeysuckle wine served on the Fourth of July gave you the ability to see in the dark. The nutty flavor of the dip made from hyacinth bulbs made you feel moody and think of the past, and the salads made with chicory and mint had you believing that something good was about to happen, whether it was true or not. #Quote by Sarah Addison Allen
Imogens Tea quotes by Rahul Bodkhe
#46. I smile more when people think 'I am fool #Quote by Rahul Bodkhe
Imogens Tea quotes by Kenneth Grahame
#47. When the girl returned, some hours later, she carried a tray, with a cup of fragrant tea steaming on it; and a plate piled up with very hot buttered toast, cut thick, very brown on both sides, with the butter running through the holes in great golden drops, like honey from the honeycomb. The smell of that buttered toast simply talked to Toad, and with no uncertain voice; talked of warm kitchens, of breakfasts on bright frosty mornings, of cosy parlour firesides on winter evenings, when one's ramble was over and slippered feet were propped on the fender, of the purring of contented cats, and the twitter of sleepy canaries. #Quote by Kenneth Grahame
Imogens Tea quotes by Arthur Wing Pinero
#48. Where there's tea there's hope. #Quote by Arthur Wing Pinero

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