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Liked The quotes by Lewis Grossberger
#1. was not simply a matter of musical taste; whether you preferred the Beatles or [the Rolling] Stones said much about your personality and character. People who were happy, intelligent, well-adjusted, popular, clean, decent and punctual tended to be Beatles fans. Those who were evil, cretinous, scabby, drug-ridden, filthy, criminal perverts liked the Stones.
As for your author, I personally take no side in the controversy, remaining strictly neutral. #Quote by Lewis Grossberger
Liked The quotes by Meg White
#2. I met Drew Barrymore in New York and she said she liked the band. That was really cool. I grew up on her. #Quote by Meg White
Liked The quotes by Zach Braff
#3. I always liked the story of Noah's Ark and the idea of starting anew by rescuing the things you like and leaving the rest behind. #Quote by Zach Braff
Liked The quotes by David Hedison
#4. My plan was I just knew, I think the first time I was in a high school play, and I liked the feeling of that. Getting on the stage and entertaining and audience. Eventually, I went to New York and studied my craft, and I was in school for two years in the same class with Joanne Woodward and Steve McQueen. #Quote by David Hedison
Liked The quotes by Robertson Davies
#5. I was not sure I wanted to issue orders to life; I rather liked the Greek notion of allowing Chance to take a formative hand in my affairs. #Quote by Robertson Davies
Liked The quotes by Maggie O'Farrell
#6. She liked the way his smile took a long time to arrive and just as long to leave. #Quote by Maggie O'Farrell
Liked The quotes by Sam Donaldson
#7. I was a typical farm boy. I liked the farm. I enjoyed the things that you do on a farm, go down to the drainage ditch and fish, and look at the crawfish and pick a little cotton. #Quote by Sam Donaldson
Liked The quotes by Libba Bray
#8. When you peeled back the skin, you were dealing with bone and muscle, blood and nerve endings. It was all the same. She liked the beautiful logic of the circulatory system, the elegance of the neurological, and the fierce warrior spirit of the heart. The body had rules and it had quirks. #Quote by Libba Bray
Liked The quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#9. How did you get him to sleep through the night?"

"I don't know. We were talking about wenching and he fell asleep."

She laughed. "No, you weren't. Were you?"

"I suggested it and he liked the thought. Unfortunately, he had no stamina for it. #Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Liked The quotes by John Flanagan
#10. It has to be admitted that, in a sneaking way, although he hated the discomfort of seasickness, once he was over it, he enjoyed the attention and sympathy that it created among attractive young women like Evanlyn and Alyss. And he liked the fact that Will tended to walk on eggshells around him when the problem was mentioned. Keeping Will off balance was always desirable.

~Halt #Quote by John Flanagan
Liked The quotes by Terry Pratchett
#11. But William felt in his bones that you couldn't run a city on the basis of what the Watch liked. The Watch would probably like it if everyone spent their time indoors, with their hands on the table where people could see them. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Liked The quotes by Pat Murphy
#12. I thought it was a really good story,' Cindy said. She was trying to make me feel better, I think. 'I liked the way it ended. When I was halfway through, I was thinking that maybe some handsome prince was going to show up and save the princess.'

'She didn't need a handsome prince,' I said. 'Those wild girls did just fine on their own. #Quote by Pat Murphy
Liked The quotes by Sherill Tippins
#13. Her new friends especially liked the southern phrases she recalled from her childhood, such as her father's remark that 'if I hadn't sold that Coca Cola stock I could just sit and pat my foot. #Quote by Sherill Tippins
Liked The quotes by D. A. Pennebaker
#14. I kind of liked the idea of filming musicians. I could like a musician and know, at the same time, maybe nobody else maybe liked them much or appreciated them. #Quote by D. A. Pennebaker
Liked The quotes by Jojo Moyes
#15. I wish your sister was here. It seems wrong to have a celebration without her. Not to me, it didn't. Just for once, I was quite enjoying being the focus of attention. It might sound childish, but it was true. I loved having Will and Dad laughing about me. I loved the fact that every element of supper - from roast chicken to chocolate mousse - was my favorite. I liked the fact that I could be who I wanted to be without my sister's voice reminding me #Quote by Jojo Moyes
Liked The quotes by Kelly Bowen
#16. She had noticed that his complexion underneath days' worth of stubble had darkened in the sun and wind, and tiny white lines radiated out from the corners of his eyes, as if he spent a lot of time laughing. Viola found she rather liked the idea of this man laughing. Liked the idea of being able to make him laugh. #Quote by Kelly Bowen
Liked The quotes by Guy Ritchie
#17. I got too fed up with films that didn't make you think. I liked the idea of one that you'd have to be dancing around with. I like my mind to be engaged when I watch a film. #Quote by Guy Ritchie
Liked The quotes by Don DeLillo
#18. He liked the fact that the cars were indistinguishable from each other. He wanted such a car because he thought it was a platonic replica, weightless for all its size, less an object than an idea. But he knew this wasn't true. This was something he said for effect and he didn't believe it for an instant. He believed it for an instant but only just. He wanted the car because it was not only oversized but aggressively and contemptuously so, metastasizingly so, a tremendous mutant thing that stood astride every argument against it. #Quote by Don DeLillo
Liked The quotes by Kate DiCamillo
#19. She liked the way the words sounded. She imagined them floating above her in a comic-strip bubble #Quote by Kate DiCamillo
Liked The quotes by Wendell Berry
#20. The river and the garden have been the foundations of my economy here. Of the two I have liked the river best. It is wonderful to have the duty of being on the river the first and last thing every day. I have loved it even in the rain. Sometimes I have loved it most in the rain. #Quote by Wendell Berry
Liked The quotes by Duane Chapman
#21. When I was a child I liked watching shows about bounty hunters and Canadian Mounties. I liked the 'Lone Ranger,' I liked shows where the guy saved the girl from the villain. I just liked those kinds of things and I wanted to be a guy like that, you know, that would save the damsel in distress. #Quote by Duane Chapman
Liked The quotes by Kevin McKidd
#22. In the late-'80s, there was a big push to make American football big in Scotland. The Super Bowl was on TV, but it didn't really catch on. When I was a kid, though, I became a big Miami Dolphins fan. I don't really know why - I just liked the logo, I guess. I didn't really know what was going on. #Quote by Kevin McKidd
Liked The quotes by Zadie Smith
#23. He wanted to be in the world and take what came with it, endings local and universal, full stops, periods, looks of injured disappointment and the everyday war. He liked the everyday war. He was taking that with fries. To go. #Quote by Zadie Smith
Liked The quotes by Donna Tartt
#24. I liked the idea of living in a city - any city, especially a strange one - liked the thought of traffic and crowds, of working in a bookstore, waiting tables in a coffee shop, who knew what kind of solitary life I might slip into? Meals alone, walking the dogs in the evenings; and nobody knowing who I was. #Quote by Donna Tartt
Liked The quotes by Rachel Bloom
#25. All I listened to until age 18 growing up was musical theater. I liked the escapism of it. #Quote by Rachel Bloom
Liked The quotes by George Carlin
#26. I gravitated toward being a funny guy. I liked the radio comedians. I lived in the Golden Age of radio, and the Golden Age of television came along when I was still in my early teens. #Quote by George Carlin
Liked The quotes by Jose Saramago
#27. News of the miracle had reached the doge's palace, but in a somewhat garbled form. the result of the successive transmissions of facts, true or assumed, real or purely imaginary, based on everything from partial, more or less eyewitness accounts to reports from those who simply liked the sound of their own voice, for, as we know all too well, no one telling a story can resist adding a period, and sometimes even a comma. #Quote by Jose Saramago
Liked The quotes by Steven Rinella
#28. The remainder of the lion... was still in my freezer that spring when I happened to turn up at the Rock Creek Lodge. This bar... is regionally famous for its annual Testicle Festival, a liquor-filled carnival where ranchers, hippies, loggers, bikers, and college kids get together in September in order to get drunk, shed clothes, dance, and occasionally fight... But on this day the Testicle Festival was still a half year away, and the bar was mostly empty except for a plastic bag of hamburger buns and an electric roasting pan that was filled with chipped meat and a tangy barbecue sauce. I was well into my third sandwich... when the owner of the place came out and asked how I liked the cougar meat. ...When I left the bar, the man called after me to announce a slogan that he'd just thought of: "Rock Creek Lodge: Balls in the fall, pussy in the spring! #Quote by Steven Rinella
Liked The quotes by Andy Partridge
#29. I've always liked the idea of improvised music. Improvised anything. It's what conversation is. #Quote by Andy Partridge
Liked The quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#30. Napoleon never liked the word impossible; if he had liked it, he wouldn't be Napoleon! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Liked The quotes by Olly Murs
#31. Epic were adamant that I should carry on being me. They liked the way I look, my clothes, hats ... nothing's changed really. #Quote by Olly Murs
Liked The quotes by Y.A. Marks
#32. I wondered for a second why I cared so much, but I knew I did. I wanted to be more like the Upper-Cs. Not snobby or mean, but just a bit more. It was hard to explain, I just liked the thought of being dolled up and having a few nice things. #Quote by Y.A. Marks
Liked The quotes by Said Sayrafiezadeh
#33. I liked the push and pull of that, between the outer political world and the inner personal lives of the characters. It's also real life ... Many of us are keenly aware of world events, but break your nose and I bet that's the main thing you'd be focused on. #Quote by Said Sayrafiezadeh
Liked The quotes by Reshma Saujani
#34. We've become conditioned to compromise and shrink ourselves in order to be liked. The problem is, when you work so hard to get everyone to like you, you very often end up not liking yourself so much. #Quote by Reshma Saujani
Liked The quotes by Sue Monk Kidd
#35. I liked the way Walter Cronkite looked, with his black glasses and his voice that knew everything worth knowing. Here was a man who was not against books, that was plain. Take everything T. Ray was not, shape it into a person, and you would get Walter Cronkite. #Quote by Sue Monk Kidd
Liked The quotes by Victoria Vane
#36. My office is right here." He inclined his head to the false front building. "It was once Miss Ruby's boardinghouse."
"Boardinghouse or bordello?" she asked.
"Probably one and the same." He grinned. "Half the reason I signed the lease was that I liked the irony of practicing law in a former bawdy house. #Quote by Victoria Vane
Liked The quotes by Debra Anastasia
#37. Number 1 was the hardest to think about now. After. But Blake let himself go there as Chaos pressed into the deepest punctures.
Blake liked the train station because the trains offered reliable percussion for the songs he played in his head. When Livia had first stepped onto the platform, Blake had tried his hardest not to stare. He knew moneyed people didn't like their women getting ogled by the homeless. But she was so friendly, even in this place where people built their own personal bubbles and stayed in them. When she smiled she looked like a walking ray of the sunshine he had to avoid.
Her eyes had found his and shocked him. Blake was used to the blank, anesthetized eyes of those looking everywhere but at him. Her smile was resuscitation for his soul.
Me! She sees me. #Quote by Debra Anastasia
Liked The quotes by Madeleine Roux
#38. As much as he liked the idea of having best friends with whom he could share anything. it was like all he knew how to be was alone, apart. #Quote by Madeleine Roux
Liked The quotes by Catherine Deneuve
#39. I had mice that I kept as pets when I was very young, and I've always liked the way they look. Even rats. I'm not scared of them. #Quote by Catherine Deneuve
Liked The quotes by Josh Malerman
#40. Robin was a great kid. Smarter than her father at eight years old. She liked the oddest things. Like the instructions for a toy more than the toy itself. The credits of a movie instead of the movie. The way something was written. An expression on my face. Once she told me I looked like the sun to her, because of my hair. I asked her if I shined like the sun, and she told me, 'No, Daddy, you shine more like the moon, when it's dark outside. #Quote by Josh Malerman
Liked The quotes by Laurie Halse Anderson
#41. (From the Q&A with the author at the end of the book.)
Have any readers ever asked questions that shocked you?
I have gotten one question repeatedly from young men. These are guys who liked the book, but they are honestly confused. They ask me why Melinda was so upset about being raped.

The first dozen times I heard this, I was horrified. But I heard it over and over again. I realized that many young men are not being taught the impact that sexual assault has on a woman. They are inundated by sexual imagery in the media, and often come to the (incorrect) conclusion that having sex is not a big deal. This, no doubt, is why the number of sexual assaults is so high.

I am also shocked by adults who feel that rape is an inappropriate topic to discuss with teenagers. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 44 percent of rape victims are under the age of 18 and 46 percent of those victims are between the ages of 12-15. It makes adults uncomfortable to acknowledge this, but our inability to speak clearly and openly about sexual issues endangers our children. It is immoral not to discuss this with them. #Quote by Laurie Halse Anderson
Liked The quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#42. Is Blue a nickname?"
Beside the Camaro, Blue's eyebrows got suddenly pointy.
Hurriedly, Gansey added, "Not that it's not a cool name. Just that it's ... unusual."
"Weird-ass." This was from Ronan, but he said it as he chewed absently on one of the leather straps on his wrist, so the effect was minimized.
Blue replied, "Unfortunately, it's nothing normal. Not like Gansey."
He said, "I've always liked the name Jane."
Blue's eyes widened. "Ja - what? Oh! No, no. You can't just go around naming people other things because you don't like their real name."
"I like Blue just fine," Gansey said. "Some of my favourite shirts are blue. However, I also like Jane."
"I'm not answering to that."
"I didn't ask you to. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Liked The quotes by Madonna Ciccone
#43. I was working with Toby Gad, who spent a lot of time in India. There's a sitar [in "Body Shop"] and the song has a very Indian flavor to it. I liked the idea of the body of a car as a kind of sexual metaphor - What you do to a car, what you do in a car - drive. So, lots of innuendos, and lots of fun. #Quote by Madonna Ciccone
Liked The quotes by Brian Andreas
#44. I've always liked the time before dawn because there's no one around to remind me who I'm supposed to be so it's easier to remember who I am. #Quote by Brian Andreas
Liked The quotes by Don Lemna
#45. The movie was Son of Frankenstein, and there was a Gene Autry film along with it. I liked the Frankenstein movie. I liked all Frankenstein movies. But as for Gene Autry, I never liked him very much. He had a bad habit of pulling out his guitar and singing, right in the middle of the movie. #Quote by Don Lemna
Liked The quotes by Robertson Davies
#46. I liked the company of most of my colleagues, who were about equally divided among good men who were good teachers, awful men who were awful teachers, and the grotesques and misfits who drift into teaching and are so often the most educative influences a boy meets in school. If a boy can't have a good teacher, give him a psychological cripple or an exotic failure to cope with; don't just give him a bad, dull teacher. #Quote by Robertson Davies
Liked The quotes by A.J. Lape
#47. THERE WAS ALWAYS a boy in your life that common sense and the prayers of parents told you to stay away from: fast talker, fast car, and fast hands. He was the boy your father kept a loaded shotgun by the door for and met on the front porch if he ever thought about venturing onto his property ... let alone the threshold. He was the tall, dark, mysteriously handsome, and uncharacter-istically quiet one that made you wonder what was going on in his head, and that little voice in your head said it wasn't always so honorable. He was the boy you broke all of the rules over because bad-boys equaled excitement and the rebel in you liked the ride. #Quote by A.J. Lape
Liked The quotes by Edmund Hillary
#48. I really haven't liked the commercialization of mountaineering, particularly of Mt. Everest. By paying $65,000, you can be conducted to the summit by a couple of good guides. #Quote by Edmund Hillary
Liked The quotes by Channing Tatum
#49. 'The Vow,' I didn't know if people were going to want to see it, but we felt good about it. We we're like, 'Alright, either way, I liked the movie for what it was,' and I think we knew exactly what we were trying to do. #Quote by Channing Tatum
Liked The quotes by Chester Brown
#50. When I was a teenager, 'Playboy' was the most interesting magazine in the world, and not just for the playmates. I liked the interviews and the stories, and all that, but nowadays most of the stuff in there doesn't interest me. #Quote by Chester Brown
Liked The quotes by Patrick Rothfuss
#51. I've always liked the moonless night best. It's easier to say things in the dark. It's easier to be yourself. #Quote by Patrick Rothfuss
Liked The quotes by Stephen King
#52. Sometimes I take her food from the Iranian restaurant she and Ollie liked - the Sunny Acres kitchen staff is happy to warm it up - and sometimes I bring her a DVD or two. She likes the oldies, like with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. I always bring her something, and she's always happy to see me. On her good days she does see me. On her bad ones, she's apt to call me Olivia. Or Charlotte. That's my aunt. I also have an uncle. #Quote by Stephen King
Liked The quotes by Dana Marton
#53. She turned on the radio. Christmas music filled the car. She turned it off with a groan.
"It's not going to turn you into an elf if you listen," he promised and liked the smile that played at the corner of her lips, wiggling the small mole that kept drawing his attention.
She glanced at him. "Do you believe in Christmas?"
"I do," he said without hesitation.
"Even after all you've seen and done overseas?"
"Especially because of that... #Quote by Dana Marton
Liked The quotes by Douglas Coupland
#54. I have always liked the idea of Superman because I have always liked the idea that there is one person in the world who doesn't do bad things. And that there is one person in the world who is able to fly. #Quote by Douglas Coupland
Liked The quotes by William Monahan
#55. I cut London Boulevard pretty aggressively, but I liked the transitions and the elliptical feel that I got. It's not an exceptionally easy film to follow. You have to know that the paparazzo looks like Mark David Chapman. He hasn't got an expositional sign on him. #Quote by William Monahan
Liked The quotes by Brad Tavares
#56. I've always been interested in the sport even as a young kid. I liked the sport of martial arts because I loved anything that involved contact, conflict or collision. #Quote by Brad Tavares
Liked The quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#57. An aptitude test established architecture as an alternative [career]. But what decided the matter for [Teddy Cruz] was the sight of a fourth-year architecture student sitting at his desk at a window, drawing and nursing a cup of coffee as rain fell outside. 'I don't know, I just liked the idea of having this relationship to the paper and the adventure of imagining the spaces. That was the first image that captured me. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Liked The quotes by Elizabeth Hand
#58. It sounds creepy, but I always liked the idea of disappearing then becoming something new. That of course was before I disappeared. #Quote by Elizabeth Hand
Liked The quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#59. Did you like my novel?" she couldn't resist asking.
"Yes, I did. At first I thought it would be typical silver-fork fare. But I liked the way your well-bred characters began to unravel. I liked the portrayal of decent people moved to deception, violence, betrayal... you don't seem to shrink from anything in your writing."
"Critics say my work is lacking in decency."
"That's because your underlying theme- that ordinary people are capable of extraordinary things in their private lives- makes them uncomfortable. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Liked The quotes by Charlie Cochet
#60. For tonight, let's leave the crazy outside. Just you and me in here."

Sloane liked the sound of that. "Just you and me. #Quote by Charlie Cochet
Liked The quotes by Wendy Whelan
#61. I liked the structure of ballet. #Quote by Wendy Whelan
Liked The quotes by Oliver Parker
#62. Well I liked the mixture actually. It's really good fun to have throughout a shoot to move from something which is quite character based in certain scenes where there's very little action and you're just working with actors and I suppose I've had quite a lot of practice at that. This is more action than I've had a chance to do so that was fun for me too to go into the action then and have some really good crew working with me. And sometimes you get these scenes where they blend. #Quote by Oliver Parker
Liked The quotes by Rose Byrne
#63. I liked the Beastie Boys and A Tribe Called Quest and Cypress Hill. #Quote by Rose Byrne
Liked The quotes by Elissa Washuta
#64. Britney ends by saying, after scenes of throngs of paparazzi surrounding her car, after tearful interviews and tearless ones, after impersonations of her father and make-up artists, after she says she's not a victim of her success and tries to stay positive and hates being placed in categories, after she dances her fucking ass off to get back what she had, after she explains that she married K-Fed because she liked the idea of it (a revelation that socked me in the chest and made my dating life flash before my eyes), and after she says that "people shave their heads all the time"; after all that, she leaves me with this: "I go through life like a karate kid. #Quote by Elissa Washuta
Liked The quotes by Siri Hustvedt
#65. I liked the streets as much as museums, and I spent hours in the city wandering around, inhaling the garbage. #Quote by Siri Hustvedt
Liked The quotes by Amit Chaudhuri
#66. Only drunks stare at statues .... I never liked the statues keeping vigil, primarily because they were too close to life. #Quote by Amit Chaudhuri
Liked The quotes by Ayn Rand
#67. He had not liked the things taught to him in college. He had been taught a great deal about social responsibility, about a life of service and self-sacrifice. Everybody had said it was beautiful and inspiring. Only he had not felt inspired. He had felt nothing at all. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Liked The quotes by Gordon Lightfoot
#68. I liked the American folk style of Woody Guthrie. #Quote by Gordon Lightfoot
Liked The quotes by Kerry Greenwood
#69. I liked the Ballarat train as a child. #Quote by Kerry Greenwood
Liked The quotes by Robert Goolrick
#70. Catherine Land liked the beginnings of things. The pure white possibility of the empty room, the first kiss, the first swipe at larceny. And endings, she liked endings, too. The drama of the smashing glass, the dead bird, the tearful goodbye, the last awful word which could never be unsaid or unremembered.
It was the middles that gave her pause. This, for all its forward momentum, this was a middle. The beginnings were sweet, the endings usually bitter, but the middles were only the tightrope you walked between the one and the other. No more than that. #Quote by Robert Goolrick
Liked The quotes by Gore Vidal
#71. I liked the trichotomy, that's the only thing I ever liked. #Quote by Gore Vidal
Liked The quotes by Carroll O'Connor
#72. We don't really need reviewers, just first-night reporters who will tell us faithfully whether or not the audience liked the show. #Quote by Carroll O'Connor
Liked The quotes by Luanne Rice
#73. Liked the way Jane smiled at her - as if Jane was looking for and seeing the very best in Chloe. Not like teachers, always correcting you, trying to improve you, and not like parents, just waiting for you to do the next wrong thing, so they could shake their heads and let you know how disappointed they were in you ... #Quote by Luanne Rice
Liked The quotes by Morgan Rhodes
#74. I know you didn't grow up in a palace, but you should at least know that it's not very smart or polite to wink at a princess, especially during a formal event," she said. "Well, I've never been accused of being smart or polite before." She regarded him for a silent moment. He was tall, and she liked the broadness of his shoulders. And despite the fact that he kept tugging at his collar, she also liked the way he filled out his fine tailored clothing. "Your nose is crooked," she said. He touched it, then frowned. "It's been broken a few times. Frankly, I'm lucky to still have a nose." "It's quite ugly." "Um . . ." "I like it." "Thanks?" He cleared his throat. "Is there something I can do for you, princess?" "Actually, yes." "And what's that?" "You can take me to your bed." Felix #Quote by Morgan Rhodes
Liked The quotes by Matt Dillon
#75. I think the reason I've survived that long is because I've taken my work so seriously. Maybe sometimes too seriously, but it's always been important for me to do my best regardless of the film. I think the biggest compliment I get is when people on the street stop me and say they've liked the choices I've made. #Quote by Matt Dillon
Liked The quotes by Ronda Rousey
#76. I was just a little three-year-old kid, and I loved Hulk Hogan. And when you're a three-year-old kid, you don't list off the reasons. I was just drawn to him. He was always my favorite, even in the video games and everything like that. He was the one that I always remembered and liked the most. #Quote by Ronda Rousey
Liked The quotes by A. Zavarelli
#77. It wasn't desire, it was biology. My body was adapting to the situation. Doing what it needed to survive. That, I was certain of. Because if I had liked it, liked the hands of this monster, that would have made me a monster too. #Quote by A. Zavarelli
Liked The quotes by Jami Attenberg
#78. And she was funny and beautiful and she liked the same books, the same music, and she wanted everything I did, was in the exact same place I was in life, and just like that, add water and mix, instant love. #Quote by Jami Attenberg
Liked The quotes by Belinda Carlisle
#79. I just liked the idea of being engaged. #Quote by Belinda Carlisle
Liked The quotes by Rick Springfield
#80. I've always liked the heavier stuff. I've always loved Tool and System of a Down, Korn and Nine Inch Nails. #Quote by Rick Springfield
Liked The quotes by George Jung
#81. I suddenly began to realize that to become an entrepreneur in the marijuana business would make me fairly well off. And I also liked the lifestyle, my own working hours. #Quote by George Jung
Liked The quotes by Mark Mothersbaugh
#82. We've turned down multi million dollar films, simply because we liked the film better. We have the luxury to do so - we have projects that make the money, and others that we do for love. #Quote by Mark Mothersbaugh
Liked The quotes by David Nicholls
#83. Though not my field, I was familiar with the notion of alternative realities, but was not used to occupying the one I liked the best. #Quote by David Nicholls
Liked The quotes by John Shelby Spong
#84. I never really liked the Gospel of John because I never could find the humanity of Jesus in it. I thought it presented Jesus as a visitor from another planet; in addition, John's gospel is and has been interpreted as a document that fuels anti-Semitism in the church. #Quote by John Shelby Spong
Liked The quotes by Alan Davies
#85. I liked the idea of all of humanity fitting inside a sugar cube because more than 99.9% of matter is space. #Quote by Alan Davies
Liked The quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#86. Laura Dillard." It seemed impossible that he could share this with Catherine Marks, but she seemed to object he would. And somehow he was obliging her. "Beautiful girl. She loved to watercolor. Few people are good at that, they're too afraid of making mistakes. You can't lift the color or hide it, once it's put down. And water is unpredictable- an active partner in the painting- you have to let it behave as it will. Sometimes the color diffuses in ways you don't expect, or one shade backruns into another. That was fine with Laura. She liked the surprises of it. We had known each other all during childhood. I went away for two years to study architecture, and when I came back, we fell in love. So easily. We never argued- there was nothing to argue over. Nothing in our way. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Liked The quotes by Clive Barker
#87. He liked the phrase "mother's tit." It said so much, so simply. Momma's tit had a good deal more power to move these men than her apple pie. #Quote by Clive Barker
Liked The quotes by Jaclyn Moriarty
#88. Early on, when they'd just started home schooling together, he'd written a note on the margin of her page: "What's your star sign?"
She'd turned to him, "What does my star sigh?" and he'd seen how much she'd liked the idea that she owned a star, and that it sighed; he'd seen in her eyes that her mind was rushing through the possible words that it could sigh.
It's true that his handwriting was bad: the "n" looked a lot like an "h."
But when he's crossed it out and written "sign," underlining the "n" three times, a vagueness had wandered onto her face, and she'd thought for a moment, then said, "Pisces," and smiled. #Quote by Jaclyn Moriarty
Liked The quotes by Penelope Douglas
#89. There was a time when I had all of his attention and loved it. As much as I wanted him to leave me alone, I also liked how he seemed surprised. I liked the way he was looking at me right now. And then I remembered that I hated him. #Quote by Penelope Douglas
Liked The quotes by Mike Tyson
#90. Back when I was a kid, I never liked the kind of kids that my kids have become. They're privileged and have things very easy. But I'm proud of them. None of my kids are getting high, they love school, they're very popular. #Quote by Mike Tyson
Liked The quotes by Frank Skinner
#91. Cider was my drink because I liked the taste and it made me stupid. #Quote by Frank Skinner
Liked The quotes by Juliet Marillier
#92. I had less control over my thoughts than I'd have liked. The little ring hung around my neck, under my gown, where nobody could see it. When I was alone, I took it out sometimes, wondering how he had judged the size, with nothing but my swollen, knotted fingers to go by. Wondering if my hands would ever be as they once were, small, white, and fine. By the time that happened, if it ever did, I would be long gone from here. I would have left behind both husband and wedding ring. It mattered little whether the size were right or no. Yet, when I thought this, I found my hand closing around the ring as if I did not want to let it go. It's mine, something inside me would say. #Quote by Juliet Marillier
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#93. I've never liked the idea of just having an office in a college somewhere and teaching classes and going to the library and doing research all day. I've never wanted that. The glamorous life is the life that appeals to me. #Quote by Ben Stein
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#94. They came in to look. I watched them. Most people go through museums like they do Macy's: eyes sweeping the display, stopping only if something really grabs their attention. These two looked at everything. They both clearly liked the bicycle picture. Yup, Dutch, I decided.
He was a few steps ahead when he got to my favorite painting there. Diana and the Moon. It was-surprise surprise-of Diana, framed by a big open window, the moon dominating the sky outside. She was perched on the windowsill, dressed in a gauzy wrap that could have been nightclothes or a nod to her goddess namesake. She looked beautiful, of course, and happy, but if you looked for more than a second, you could see that her smile had a teasing curve to it and one of her hands was actually wrapped around the outside frame. I thought she looked like she might swing her legs over the sill and jump, turning into a moth or owl or breath of wind even before she was completely out of the room. I thought she looked, too, like she was daring the viewer to come along. Or at least to try.
The Dutch guy didn't say anything. He just reached out a hand. His girlfriend stepped in, folding herself into the circle of his outsretched arm. They stood like that, in front of the painting, for a full minute. Then he sneezed.
She reached into her pocket and pulled out a tissue.He took in and, without letting go of her, did a surprisingly graceful one-handed blow. Then he crumpled the tissue and looked around for a tra #Quote by Melissa Jensen
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#95. Slowly, I was discovering myself. I found that I liked the pain of confusion, that I liked the incoherence between Wright and Hurston, that I cared more about the search for royalty than about the discovery itself. And this, too, I traced back to Malcolm, who seemed to always be searching and who sloughed off old ideologies as new facts were brought before him. #Quote by Ta-Nehisi Coates
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#96. After September 11th, I never much liked the trend of everyone and his brother wearing the hats and jackets of the NYPD and FDNY. Only the people who do the job should get to wear the hat. Would you wear someone else's Medal of Honor?
Yes, it's a tribute, and sincere tribute is always appropriate for these brave people. But wearing their symbols is also rubbing off a piece of heroism that isn't yours. #Quote by Bill Maher
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#97. When I asked what she wanted that day to be like, first she said, "Well, I'd rather not be dead that day," but failing that, she didn't want it to be all "sugarcoated" and "cheery." She liked the idea of a "celebration of life," which the party planner told her was all the rage nowadays, but she didn't like the message that came with it.

"It's a funeral, for God's sake," she said. "All these people in my cancer group say, 'I want people to celebrate! I don't want people to be sad at my funeral.' And I'm like, 'Why the fuck not? You died!' #Quote by Lori Gottlieb
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#98. But what I liked the best was that, while the room giggled at her request, she didn't duck her head or blush or think to ask for something else. She wanted what she wanted.
There was something charming about that. #Quote by Kiera Cass
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#99. I liked the fact that I was forced to get inside of my emotions and to really try to figure out a lot of what I was going through. #Quote by Geddy Lee
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#100. I liked in television that you do some work, then you perform, then you stop and you have a break because they have to set up lights, and then you do some more work. I really liked the pace of it; it really agreed with me. #Quote by Allison Tolman
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#101. I liked the premise of this material. I love the marriage relationship. They kind of keep each other honest, and they enjoy each other's sense of humor. Kind of a sexy but boring relationship. #Quote by Patricia Arquette
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#102. I've never liked the telephone. It's a noisy, shrill intruder. If it were up to me, I'd ban all phones and bring back visiting days, like in Jane Austen and Edith Wharton novels: #Quote by Terri Cheney
Liked The quotes by Robert Osborne
#103. I liked 'The Help,' and I love Viola Davis. But I didn't think that film was a great film; I thought that was a very uneven film. I thought the Southern women were so caricatured that it was kind of like 'Harper Valley PTA' or something like that. #Quote by Robert Osborne
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#104. I've always liked the minds of criminals, they seem similar to artists. #Quote by Richard Linklater
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#105. I liked the shorthand we seemed to fall into when nobody else was around, the easy intimacy that had sprung up between us. I liked the way he turned his face and looked at me with amusement, like I had somehow turned out to be so much more than he had expected. On #Quote by Jojo Moyes
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#106. Once I figured out what I was going to do with my life, I was definitely going to get a dog. Maybe I'd get a rescue. I liked the idea of an older dog that was already broken in and just needed a loving home. The irony was, that wasn't too different from how I was feeling about myself. #Quote by Dorothea Benton Frank
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#107. I kind of liked the method of the seventies where they would throw a little bit of money at a hundred different groups - not millions of dollars per group, but, you know, a few thousand. Throw them in the studio, and if five of those groups came out with a hit record it would be money well spent. #Quote by Tony Visconti
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#108. I liked the idea, how the past could be preserved, fossilized, in the stars. I wanted to think that somewhere on the other end of time, a hundred light years from then, someone else, some distant future creature, might be looking back at a preserved image of me and my father at that very moment in my bedroom. #Quote by Karen Thompson Walker
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#109. If he's being honest, half the reason he studied politics in college was because he liked the drama. #Quote by Austin Chant
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#110. I never refused my help to any person black or white; and I liked the office nonetheless because there were neither fees nor salary connected with it. #Quote by Salmon P. Chase
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#111. As I sat alone at my desk in the dark, I thought about suicide. Sometimes I did that, thought about suicide, though not in an active way - it was more like pulling a lucky stone out of your back pocket. It was a comforting thing to have with you, so you could rub your fingers over it, reassure yourself that it was there if you needed it. I didn't want to try to kill myself, didn't want the blood and the hysterical parents and the guilt, any of it. But sometimes I liked the idea of simply not having to be here anymore, not having to deal with my life. As if death could be just an extended vacation.
But now what I thought about suicide was this: If I died tonight, everyone would believe this journal was true.
Like Amelia, Chava, and Sally, everyone would forever believe that I had written that diary. Everyone would believe they knew how I "really felt." And how dare they? #Quote by Leila Sales
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#112. I guess I've always liked the idea of being an artist. #Quote by Larry Rivers
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#113. We had been texting for exactly thirteen minutes, asking random questions, trying to figure out if we knew any of the same people, or if we liked the same kind of music--the usual interview process you go through when you're trying to get the job as boyfriend. #Quote by Jason Reynolds
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#114. To be quite honest, I've been very blessed when I've worked with Hollywood. The studios that have purchased my work to be adapted to film have really liked the work and wanted to stay as close as they could to what the book was. #Quote by Nicholas Sparks
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#115. My mum was raised Jewish, my dad is very scientifically minded, and my school was vaguely Christian. We sang hymns in school. I liked the hymns bit, but apart from that, I can take it or leave it. So I had lots of different influences when I was younger. #Quote by Ben Barnes
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#116. I would not touch the ring; the thought of a ring around my finger always made me feel tied tight, because rings had no openings to get out of, but I liked the watch chain, which twisted and wound around my hand when I picked it up. #Quote by Shirley Jackson
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#117. I found a Cairn Terrier online. It's perfect."
"A what?"
"Pidge is from Kansas. It's the same kind of dog Dorothy had in the Wizard of Oz."
Shepley's face was blank. "The Wizard of Oz."
"What? I liked the scarecrow when I was a little kid, shut the fuck up."
"It's going to crap every where, Travis. It'll bark and whine and ... I don't know."
"So does America ... minus the crapping. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
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#118. I've never liked the name Marilyn. I've often wished that I had held out that day for Jean Monroe. But I guess it's too late to do anything about it now. #Quote by Marilyn Monroe
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#119. I knew the kind of look she'd given me. She was like people back home in Halifax, where people's friendliness was a measure of how big a fool they thought you were. They liked the look of themselves doing favours and thought you might fall for thinking that was kindness. #Quote by Rebecca Silver Slayter
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#120. He had quite liked the dwarfs. He often had no idea what they were talking about, but for a group of homicidal, class-obsessed small people, they were really rather good fun. #Quote by John Connolly
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#121. Ranger slipped an arm around me, leaned close, and kissed me. The kiss was a further indicator that he liked the dress. In fact, the kiss suggested that while he liked the dress a lot, he wouldn't mind getting me out of the dress as soon as possible. #Quote by Janet Evanovich
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#122. You have to take care of freedom. Can't be afraid of it, like Fromm said, like MacLeish said. Can't be too scared or too bold. Like a plant, you had to water it and weed it and keep it safe from frosts. And we lost it, somehow. We let the wrong ideas do the talking. We liked the easy short-term too much, and couldn't commit to the difficult long-term. We even stopped breeding, toward the end there, didn't we? Our birth rate went below replacement level. America was worth exploiting, but it wasn't worth leaving for anyone else, anyone who came after. Maybe evolution just shook its head and let us clear ourselves off the map. Mother Nature doesn't think much of life that isn't willing to replicate. #Quote by Algor X. Dennison
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#123. Nicaragua sounded dangerous; she liked the word. Nicaragua! It sounded like some kind of spider. There it goes, under the table - Nicaragua! #Quote by Dave Eggers
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#124. It's been what – eleven years?" he says, his voice quieter now.

"Twelve." I swallow.

"Twelve. Christ, yeah, right." He runs his hand through his hair. "You look different ... but the same – you know," he shrugs.

"I know," I smile. "You look different too." I gesture to the tattoos on his arms.

He grins down at them, then back at me.

"But still the same." I point my finger to the freckles on his nose.

Surprised by how much my fingers are itching to touch him, I draw my hand back.

He rubs his hand over his nose. "Yeah, no getting rid of them."

"I always liked them."

"Yeah, but you liked the Care Bears, Tru."

I flush. I can't believe he remembers that.

It's crazy that he, Jake Wethers, rock god extraordinaire, remembers that I liked the Care Bears when I was little. #Quote by Samantha Towle
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#125. My grandfather used to like the word 'mitigate,'" Harry said. "He liked the sound of it, and he used it whenever he could. When he was a very old man, he often got on the subject of dying. 'You cant talk your way out,' he'd often say, 'and you can't buy your way out, and you can't shoot your way out, and the only thing that mitigates the matter in the slightest is the fact that nobody else is going to escape. Nobody-no, not one.'"
"I know, I know," said Mr. Hewitt, "but what's the purpose of it?"
"You supported your wife, didn't you?" asked Harry. "You raised a family, didn't you? That's the purpose of it."
'That's no purpose," said Mr. Hewitt. "The same thing that's going to happen to me is going to happen to them."
"The generations have to keep coming along," said Harry. "That's all I know."
"You're put here, " said Mr. Hewitt, "and you're allowed to eat and draw breath and go back and forth a few short years, and about the time you get things in shape where you can sit down and enjoy them you wind up in a box in a hole in the ground, and as far as I can see, there's no purpose to it whatsoever. #Quote by Joseph Mitchell
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#126. I was quite eager to work, anytime somebody was offering me a job, if I liked the role. Because I was always very discriminating from the very beginning, in the sense that I had absolutely no problem saying no to jobs when they came along if somehow they didn't fit into my universe - whatever that was. #Quote by Karen Allen
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#127. To answer the question, though: I didn't always want to direct. I just liked the idea of it. If a friend was making a short and needed someone who knew screen direction, I would jump in. It would be horrible, but it led to a short, then another, and another. It was like student films. #Quote by Ben Affleck
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#128. I liked the rain. It made it harder, the harder the better. I didn't see accidents but there are a lot of broken cars out there. #Quote by John Holmes
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#129. Katya liked the asshole-Wulf, she admitted to him. She liked that he was brash and blunt and even sometimes rude. #Quote by Stylo Fantome
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#130. I no longer liked the night. The darkness was where he lied in wait, waiting for it to swallow me whole, suffocating my senses with fear. #Quote by Devon Ashley
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#131. I finished my first novel - it was around 300 pages long - when I was 16. Wrote one more before I got out of high school, then wrote the first Lincoln Perry novel when I was 19. It didn't sell, but I liked the character and I knew the world so I tried what was, in my mind, a sequel. Wrote that when I was 20, and that one made it. #Quote by Michael Koryta
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#132. Almost none of us liked the self-searching, the leveling of our pride, the confession of shortcomings which the process requires for its successful consummation. #Quote by Alcoholics Anonymous
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#133. As a kid, I loved storytelling, and I liked the way rappers would paint pictures. #Quote by Jensen Karp
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#134. Katie had married Johnny because she liked the way he sang and danced and dressed. Womanlike, she set about changing all those things in him after marriage. #Quote by Betty Smith
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#135. The worst thing to me would be that you put on the face you think people want to see, and then they don't like it and you think, Would they have liked the real me? #Quote by Elizabeth Edwards
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#136. I'm always game for creating a new character, and I liked the idea of putting something new into the 'Halo' universe. #Quote by Mike Colter
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#137. Melancholy, I repeated. I liked the way it sounded, like there was music hidden somewhere inside it. Kate Di Camillo, Because of Winn Dixie #Quote by Kate DiCamillo
Liked The quotes by Terry Pratchett
#138. ... people didn't seem to be able to remember what it was like with the elves around. Life was certainly more interesting then, but usually because it was shorter. And it was more colorful, if you liked the color of blood. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Liked The quotes by Renaada Williams
#139. i realized that i didn't really like you
i liked the idea of everything you could be
and nothing
you ever were. #Quote by Renaada Williams
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#140. Regarding wetsuits, I always liked the Marilyn Minter quote, 'Everything's better when wet,' injecting some style into sports utility, #Quote by Cynthia Rowley
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#141. Reese?"
Her voice was tense, but I still liked the sound of my name on her tongue. Of course, it'd sound sweeter if she was screaming it into a pillow while I pounded her from behind. Funny how that works. #Quote by Joanna Wylde
Liked The quotes by Lindsey Leavitt
#142. Kylee laughed. "Nothing with you is normal. But speaking of abnormal, I saw this movie where these two girls liked the same boy, and one girl was a werewolf, and the other was a dragon, although she didn't know it yet, and it turned out the boy was a killer of, like, magical creatures, so both girls died and he took the head cheerleader to prom."
"That sounds like a stupid movie," I said.
"It actually was. But the boy had this shirt off a lot. I guess hunting magical creatures is great for stomach muscles. #Quote by Lindsey Leavitt
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#143. Wouldn't it be strange, she thought, to have a blue sky? But she liked the way it looked. It would be beautiful - a blue sky. #Quote by Jeanne DuPrau
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#144. Contemplations on the belly
When pregnant with our first, Dean and I attended a child birth class. There were about 15 other couples, all 6-8 months pregnant, just like us. As an introduction, the teacher asked us to each share what had been our favorite part of pregnancy and least favorite part. I was surprised by how many of the men and women there couldn't name a favorite part. When it was my turn, I said, "My least favorite has been the nausea, and my favorite is the belly."

We were sitting in the back of the room, so it was noticeable when several heads turned to get a look at me. Dean then spoke. "Yeah, my least favorite is that she was sick, and my favorite is the belly too."

Now nearly every head turned to gander incredulously at the freaky couple who actually liked the belly.

Dean and I laughed about it later, but we were sincere. The belly is cool. It is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, an unmistakable sign of what's going on inside, the wigwam for our little squirmer, the mark of my undeniable superpower of baby-making. I loved the belly and its freaky awesomeness, and especially the flutters, kicks, and bumps from within.

Twins belly is a whole new species. I marvel at the amazing uterus within and skin without with their unceasing ability to stretch (Reed Richards would be impressed). I still have great admiration for the belly, but I also fear it. Sometimes I wonder if I should build a shrine to it, #Quote by Shannon Hale
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#145. Whether it s the country or city, I never liked the bad guy. #Quote by Robert Stack
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#146. I love California,' he reiterated many times. 'You live in one of the choice places on earth.' He continually stressed how much he liked the variety and experimentation in lifestyles, as well as the marvelous climate, which allows people to stay in touch with the body, to literally see the body.
'And you have such intellectual freedom and vitality here,' he said. 'Ideological dogma and partisanship are still so rampant in France that compared to California we live in France under an intellectual reign of terror. #Quote by Simeon Wade
Liked The quotes by Bob Dylan
#147. Sometimes the things that you liked the best and that have meant the most to you are the things that meant nothing at all to you when you first heard or saw them. #Quote by Bob Dylan
Liked The quotes by Mary Kubica
#148. She says that she used to enjoy, when darkness set in, when the outside world changed. She describes it for me: the way the streetlights and buildings twinkled in the night sky. She says that she liked the anonymity of it, and all the possibilities that developed when the sun went to sleep. But now the darkness terrifies her, all the nameless things on the other side of the silk drapes. #Quote by Mary Kubica
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#149. I liked the thought of being a country clergyman. Accordingly I read with care Pearson on the Creed and a few other books on divinity; and as I did not then in the least doubt the strict and literal truth of every word in the Bible, I soon persuaded myself that our Creed must be fully accepted. #Quote by Charles Darwin
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#150. She liked the way he chose a good coat and wore it for five years and then chose another one similar to it. #Quote by Kathleen Winter
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#151. I was suffering a divorce, and I was very unhappy because my children were very young. It hit me when a woman, a fan, was chatting with me. She was pleased to meet Big Bird because her children liked him and liked the show, but she didn't know that my face was streamed with tears. #Quote by Caroll Spinney
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#152. The axiom of equality states that x always equals x: it assumes that if you have a conceptual thing named x, that it must always be equivalent to itself, that it has a uniqueness about it, that it is in possession of something so irreducible that we must assume it is absolutely, unchangeably equivalent to itself for all time, that its very elementalness can never be altered. But it is impossible to prove. Always, absolutes, nevers: these are the words, as much as numbers, that make up the world of mathematics. Not everyone liked the axiom of equality––Dr. Li had once called it coy and twee, a fan dance of an axiom––but he had always appreciated how elusive it was, how the beauty of the equation itself would always be frustrated by the attempts to prove it. I was the kind of axiom that could drive you mad, that could consume you, that could easily become an entire life.

But now he knows for certain how true the axiom is, because he himself––his very life––has proven it. The person I was will always be the person I am, he realizes. The context may have changed: he may be in this apartment, and he may have a job that he enjoys and that pays him well, and he may have parents and friends he loves. He may be respected; in court, he may even be feared. But fundamentally, he is the same person, a person who inspires disgust, a person meant to be hated. #Quote by Hanya Yanagihara
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#153. Honestly, I didn't have the patience for biology or history in an academic sense, but I always liked the kind of big questions. #Quote by Andrew Bird
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#154. I liked the name Saadiq and didn't want to be known as an artist as Raphael Wiggins. #Quote by Raphael Saadiq
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#155. I know the benefits of having a really great improv show are amazing because it was this one rare and fleeting thing that was incredible, but the risk just didn't appeal to me. I liked the control of sitting down and writing things. #Quote by Allison Tolman
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#156. I think we grew up thinking that the funniest things on TV were the old, serious movies. I always liked the Marx Brothers, but the thing that always made us laugh were movies like Zero Hour. That's what inspired us. #Quote by David Zucker
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#157. Something about me has always liked the drama and inconvience of bad weather. The worse the better, really. #Quote by John Green
Liked The quotes by Ayn Rand
#158. She saw the faces streaming past her, the faces made alike by fear - fear as a common denominator, fear of themselves, fear of all and of one another, fear making them ready to pounce upon whatever was held sacred by any single one they met ... She had kept herself clean and free in a single passion - to touch nothing. She had liked facing them in the streets, she had liked the impotence of their hatred, because she offered them nothing to be hurt. #Quote by Ayn Rand
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#159. Geralt finished his mug of herb tea, grimacing dreadfully. He valued and liked the settled elves for their intelligence, calm reserve and sense of humour, but he couldn't understand or share their taste in food or drink. #Quote by Andrzej Sapkowski
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#160. I've always liked the downtrodden character on different shows. Before 'Parks,' I loved the Toby character on 'The Office.' I do like playing that type of thing. #Quote by Jim O'Heir
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#161. Even so, there were times I saw freshness and beauty. I could smell the air, and I really loved rock 'n' roll. Tears were warm, and girls were beautiful, like dreams. I liked movie theaters, the darkness and intimacy, and I liked the deep, sad summer nights. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
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#162. I liked the fact that the happiest night of my life was followed by a day like any other. It seemed to say that such happiness, so long denied, was now a part of my everyday life. #Quote by Alan Brennert
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#163. I realized that my righteous indignation was a form of entertainment for me. I loved getting pissed off at injustice. I didn't do anything about it, I just liked the feeling of being pissed off. #Quote by Harold Ramis
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#164. I liked the idea of having actual magic performed as stage magic, so you could assume that it was just a trick, that something is all smoke and mirrors, but there's that, like, feeling at the back of your mind: What if it's not? #Quote by Erin Morgenstern
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#165. Ephemerals: That's what Hub called them; flowers that bloomed and died in a matter of weeks, before the trees leafed out and shaded them. She liked the way the word sounded in her head. I am an ephemeral. It made her feel like something passing and precious. #Quote by Pamela Todd
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#166. I nodded sagely. "If we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure." Masur looked at me quizzically. "Dan Quayle said that," I added. Whether he actually did or not, I liked the quote. #Quote by Joseph Finder
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#167. I suppose if I did get into a situation with a friend where we both liked the same girl, I like to think we'd sit down maturely and decide who was going to get in there, and then the other would stand aside. #Quote by Luke Pasqualino
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#168. I could see now that a literary education did not fit one for the popular novelist's trade.Once you had started using words like flavicomous or acroamatic, because you liked the sound of them, you were lost. #Quote by Woodrow Wilson
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#169. I don't think I ever really liked the world until I met him. #Quote by Lucia Berlin
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#170. Strangers with puzzled looks were amazingly cooperative in letting me into their rooms with my photographic gear. They let me take down the curtains, wash the windows, and rearrange the furniture. Often, too, they expressed their desire to share their view with others, as if it were a non-depletable treasure. I liked the idea that my photographic vantage points were not solely determined by myself. They were predetermined by others, sometimes years earlier, and patiently waited for me to discover them. #Quote by John Pfahl
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#171. For a moment she simply stood there in the dark corridor, her heart stopped, the duke roaring huskily behind her like some beast out of one of her childhood nightmares.
Despair wrapped chilly fingers around her throat.
Then she brought her hand before her face and looked at the ruby ring on her little finger. Delicate. Lovely. Eternal.
She breathed again.
Dyemore was no beast. No Bluebeard. No fairy-tale nightmare.
He was a man- a man in pain.
And she was going to pull herself together and help him.
She was already moving toward the stairs.
He hadn't liked the sheets. Something to do with the cedarwood scent had driven him to this crisis. Nicoletta had tried to give her the worn-out sheets- the ones not stored in the cedarwood cabinet. Therefore she needed to go down and find those sheets and return to her husband.
No, it was more than that.
Dyemore had saved her at great risk to himself, and she'd rewarded him by shooting him. He'd nearly died from that wound- continued to be ill from that wound. She owed the man.
And more still.
It didn't matter that he was maddeningly autocratic, unsmiling, and abrupt. Or even that she found him to be the tiniest bit frightening. He'd asked her about her childhood. Engaged her in discussion. Was interested in her opinions on Polybius's "Histories"- and even when he didn't agree with those opinions, he'd respected them.
His cool gray eyes as he'd watched her face during the #Quote by Elizabeth Hoyt
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#172. His lips brushed my ear. "In case you were wondering, this dress is better than the towel. But just so you know, I liked the towel too. #Quote by Belinda Williams
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#173. And from the first moment that I ever walked on stage in front of a darkened auditorium with a couple of hundred people sitting there, I was never afraid, I was never fearful, I didn't suffer from stage fright, because I felt so safe on that stage. I wasn't Patrick Stewart, I wasn't in the environment that frightened me, I was pretending to be someone else, and I liked the other people I pretended to be. So I felt nothing but security for being on stage. And I think that's what drew me to this strange job of playing make-believe. #Quote by Patrick Stewart
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#174. In the Raphael Room, the secret turned out to be that only some of the paintings were made by the great master; the rest were made by students. I had liked the ones by Raphael. This was a big jab for my self-confidence in my ability to appreciate art. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
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#175. Early the next morning, they were on a tram out to the far edge of Amsterdam. Ginny liked the tram. It was like an overgrown toy train that had gotten loose on the streets. She looked out and saw the Netherlands wobbling by - its ancient houses and constant canals and people in practical shoes. #Quote by Maureen Johnson
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#176. If I had to play only for people who liked the music because they heard it on the radio, it wouldn't make me happy. That's why I'm working so hard to have, yes, a profile as an artist, but also a profile as a DJ. #Quote by David Guetta
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#177. I always liked the idea that America is a big facade. We are all insects crawling across on the shiny hood of a Cadillac. We're all looking at the wrapping. But we won't tear the wrapping to see what lies beneath. #Quote by Tom Waits
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#178. He liked the fact that Venice had no cars. It made the city human. The streets were like veins, he thought, and the people were the blood, circulating everywhere. #Quote by Patricia Highsmith
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#179. I have always liked the Kennedys as politicians. They had such great hair. #Quote by Pamela Anderson
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#180. MIGHT HAVE LIKED Xandra in other circumstances - which, I guess, is sort of like saying I might have liked the kid who beat me up if he hadn't beat me up. #Quote by Donna Tartt
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#181. He focused on the inspector, instead, though she didn't want him watching her. But Rhys liked the way she looked, particularly when her expression suggested that she'd prefer to have a gun aimed at his head rather than sit across from him in a private railcar. #Quote by Meljean Brook
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#182. My name is Mankiller, and in the old Cherokee Nation, when we lived here in the Southeast, we lived in semi-autonomous villages, and there was someone who watched over the village, who had the title of mankiller. And I'm not sure what you could equate that to, but it was sort of like a soldier or someone who was responsible for the security of the village, and so anyway this one fellow liked the title mankiller so well that he kept it as his name, and that's who we trace our ancestry back to. #Quote by Wilma Mankiller
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#183. Mike Krieger and I started talking, and he decided he liked the idea of helping start the company. Once he joined, we took a step back and looked at the product as it stood. #Quote by Kevin Systrom
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#184. Wildly, he declared that she was a whore at heart, that she had always been a whore, that she had been one when he met her.
That was not true. In her early working life, as a photographer's model and cocktail waitress, she had occasionally given herself to men and received gifts in return. But it wasn't the same as whoring. She had liked the men involved. What she gave them was given freely, without bargaining, as were their gifts to her. #Quote by Jim Thompson
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#185. He liked the way her hand felt in his, liked the simple intimacy of the gesture and the way it said - without the need for words - that they were together. #Quote by Julie James
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#186. The Secret Garden was what Mary called it when she was thinking of it. She liked the name, and she liked still more the feeling that when its beautiful old walls shut her in no one knew where she was. It seemed almost like being shut out of the world in some fairy place. The few books she had read and liked had been fairy-story books, and she had read of secret gardens in some of the stories. Sometimes people went to sleep in them for a hundred years, which she had thought must be rather stupid. She had no intention of going to sleep, and, in fact, she was becoming wider awake every day which passed at Misselthwaite. #Quote by Frances Hodgson Burnett
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#187. My wife and I came to Canada for the 1994 Commonwealth Games and we really liked the B.C. lifestyle and environment. The following year we applied to become permanent residents. We moved here in 1996 after the Atlanta Olympics. #Quote by Jonathan Brown
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#188. And going into the showers I saw a suntanned young lad in pale blue trunks that I rather liked the look of. #Quote by Alan Hollinghurst
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#189. It may be that I link every library to that first one - to my early childhood experience of drawing on the floor near my father's desk. A library is of course a real place, but it is also an unreal one. What happens there is mostly silent. I think I've always liked the whispering aspect of libraries, the hushing librarians and my feeling of solitude among many. #Quote by Siri Hustvedt
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#190. In the Ottoman Empire,' she began, 'the camel traders have stopping places along their trade routes called caravanserai. Sometimes they are hundreds of miles apart, over desert or mountain range, but they travel safe in the knowledge that there will be a place where they can shelter and find succour at the end of their journey. Even if they have never been that way before, they are sure that there will be such a place; that sooner or later, they will find a caravanserai.' Annibale sat forward, interested. ' How do they know?' 'They do not know. They have faith. 'He sat back again. 'I think Annibale did too. That is why my mother named me so.' She could see that it cost him to talk of her. 'She liked the story. She said no one could know what lay beyond today, but you had to hope, and be brave, and trust that all would be well. #Quote by Marina Fiorato
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#191. You might notice I refer to my son Ben as Ben Young all the time. Larry (Johnson) always called his son Ben Johnson. I liked the pride with which he would say "Ben Johnson." It is a lingering memory of his great spirit. #Quote by Neil Young
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#192. He liked the way the story unfolded as he wrote, liked the way the answers just came to him sometimes, out of the blue, like they were true things just waiting to be discovered by him. #Quote by Holly Black
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#193. Sorry, investing was pretty boring and I really missed being part of building something. I felt like I was always standing on the sidelines, so Zappos ... really liked the people there and got involved full-time and I've been full-time ever since. #Quote by Tony Hsieh
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#194. I liked the humor of it, I've always enjoyed a sense of humor in God and in religion and in spirituality. #Quote by Amber Tamblyn
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#195. I found a nanny/child care position in Beverly Hills taking care of a 3-year-old and a 17-year-old. They had a large, wealthy house. I learned that I liked the way rich people lived. I learned that they were not smarter than me. #Quote by Mark Burnett
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#196. I liked the idea of bouncy, open-air Jeeps and I liked the outfits with all the pockets, only I didn't really want to live in Africa and be shot by poachers/get malaria/get stabbed to death. #Quote by Deb Caletti
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#197. My whole life had split in two: Smith and not Smith. I liked the Smith parts of it so much better.
#Quote by Sarra Manning
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#198. We liked the Beach Boys. There was kind of that friendly East Coast, West Coast thing between us. We were always fans. 'God Only Knows' is a brilliant record. #Quote by Bob Gaudio
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#199. That night, the booze felt great, as the warmth of the wine in my stomach spread through my body. I didn't like feeling stupid or out of control, but I liked the way it made everything (laughing, crying, peeing in front of your friends) easier. #Quote by John Green
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#200. Work isn't really work for me. I hate to tell you this, but I've never liked the weekend in my life. I was enthusiastic about Monday morning from the day I left college. #Quote by John Kluge
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#201. He's charmed by her as if she were some fairy!" continued Arabella. "See how he looks round at her, and lets his eyes rest on her. I am inclined to think that she don't care for him quite so much as he does for her. She's not a particular warm-hearted creature to my thinking, though she cares for him pretty middling much
as much as she's able to; and he could make her heart ache a bit if he liked to try
which he's too simple to do. #Quote by Thomas Hardy
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#202. His hands, swinging curve-fingered at his sides, looked like they were molded of brown clay by a sculptor who thought big and liked veins. His hair was brown and dry and dead, blowing around his head like a poor toupee about to fly loose. His face was a chipped chunk of concrete, with eyes of flawed onyx. His mouth was a quick stroke, bloodless. His suit coat fluttered behind him, and his arms swung easily as he walked. #Quote by Richard Stark
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#203. My mom decorated with lots of antiques. I never liked it when I was a little girl - I wanted to live in a modern house. But now I love it. #Quote by Paris Hilton
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#204. There are always a dozen reasons for doing nothing," Ann liked to say
it was a favourite apologia, indeed, for many of her misdemeanours. "There is only one reason for doing something. And that's because you want to." Or have to? Ann would furiously deny it: coercion, she would say, is just another word for doing what you want; or for not doing what you are afraid of. #Quote by John Le Carre
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#205. when a football player steps on a field, he should do it all. I realize a great running back doesn't like to play defense, but life isn't based on what you like. If everyone did what he liked to do, we'd be in real trouble. #Quote by Brian Curtis
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#206. I think most actors like to be liked. #Quote by Anjelica Huston
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#207. Books liked her. Books wanted to look after her. #Quote by Sarah Addison Allen
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#208. I could deny it if I liked. I could deny anything if I liked. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
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#209. No one liked him, no one was on intimate terms with him... he was a good person but took no particular trouble to please anyone. #Quote by Hermann Hesse
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#210. I would have liked to know what Emily Post had to recommend in a situation like this, but as Miss Post wasn't present, I was forced to improvise. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
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#211. I took a writing class in college, liked it, and my first year out of school I couldn't get a job, so I wrote a play. #Quote by Zoe Kazan
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#212. I think I'd be quite good at Builder, like designer, construction ... I've always liked making things. I'm quite good with my hands. So I think I'd be quite good at designing new inventions. #Quote by Thomas Brodie-Sangster
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#213. She had a pair of vans he liked, with strawberries on them. #Quote by Rainbow Rowell
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#214. Sure, I liked girls but I was always too terrified to speak to them unless we were arguing or I was calling them stupidos, which was one of my favorite words that year. #Quote by Junot Diaz
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#215. Charles Saatchi has never liked my work at all. #Quote by Jean-Michel Basquiat
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#216. There were choices, and then there were choices. People could say "everything is a choice" with as much haughtiness and superiority as they liked, but that didn't mean desperate people wouldn't take a third option if they could. #Quote by Rhiannon Thomas
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#217. I think I realized that Dave Barry was funnier than I'll ever be, and he made no attempt to make any actual points. He had a general libertarian point of view, but in general, he just liked to make jokes. #Quote by Joel Stein
Liked The quotes by Gloria Gaynor
#218. That is what I liked about being on stage. I was comfortable there, and I could be myself with confidence. #Quote by Gloria Gaynor
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#219. She would never tell him and he could stay in his room and never get any fresh air and die if he liked! #Quote by Frances Hodgson Burnett
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#220. Flirting was new to me, but I liked it. #Quote by John Green
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#221. Hope is a black beetle. Stamp on it hard as you liked, it still scuttled on #Quote by Reginald Hill
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#222. My chicken parmesan tasted a little saltier than I would've liked, undoubtedly because it was seasoned with my tears. #Quote by Ross Mathews
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#223. Come on! I thought you liked Mexican! #Quote by Andy Weir
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#224. I didn't get into music to become famous and I didn't get into music to become rich either - I got into because I liked it. #Quote by Jason Aldean
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#225. down. "I always think about that night. I wonder if you remember. A few years ago, when we were all laughing about that awful book everyone was reading? But you said you enjoyed it, because you liked bondage. You liked being submissive. Hold out your hands. #Quote by Jezebel Greer
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#226. I like being liked, who doesn't? But I love being hated. #Quote by Andrew Breitbart
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#227. I always liked acting in school and drama classes, but when people asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always told them I wanted to be a singer. I didn't want to be a jack of all trades. I wanted to master one. #Quote by Eliza Doolittle
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#228. I liked to hear him talk, skipping from one thought to another with his eclectic mix of innocence, wisdom, mild mysticism and earthiness. #Quote by Fabian Black
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#229. She deliberated too much afore making decisions; he acted on instinct. He liked Oreos, she preferred pasta worms. #Quote by Sandra Hill
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#230. I never liked my own species. #Quote by Gary Larson
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#231. I liked numbers because they were solid, invariant; they stood unmoved in a chaotic world.
There was in numbers and their relation something absolute, certain, not to be questioned, beyond doubt. #Quote by Oliver Sacks
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#232. This was what I liked most about my friends: just sitting around & telling stories. #Quote by John Green
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#233. I've liked women but I've never felt I wanted to give up my life completely. I've never wanted to go to bed with anybody. #Quote by Keith O'Brien
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#234. Part of him wondered if he liked maps because they were a reassurance. A promise that he would never again be without a path. #Quote by Emily Lloyd-Jones
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#235. A woman so strong she burns heaven and drenches hell. Alaska would have liked this Rabe'a woman. #Quote by John Green
Liked The quotes by Jill Shalvis
#236. She was an irresistible dichotomy of sweet charm and heart-stopping sexy, and she threw him off guard with every look, be it a smile or a glare. In fact, he kinda liked when she gave him dirty looks, which meant he was seriously losing his shit. And he never lost his shit. #Quote by Jill Shalvis
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#237. They never saw a thing they liked, they never had a kind word to say and I never stopped listening to them; hence my demise. #Quote by Gary O. Thompson
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#238. Aside from that, however, Rigg didn't mind being ugly. In fact, she liked herself and just pretended that she didn't when she was around other women. For there was nothing so criminal as a woman liking herself. #Quote by Ash Gray
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#239. I've always liked using flutes and clarinets. Any time I can use those, I'm really happy. #Quote by A.C. Newman
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#240. I wasn't ever a massive David Essex fan, but I liked a few of his tracks, and Stardust was one of them. #Quote by Martin Gore
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#241. Women are liked better when they lose. #Quote by Gloria Steinem
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#242. I liked when I was naive and I thought it was just about making good music. #Quote by Sia Furler

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