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Poly Ticks quotes by Davy Crockett
#1. There ain't no ticks like poly-ticks. Bloodsuckers all. #Quote by Davy Crockett
Poly Ticks quotes by Ann Aguirre
#2. (B)ut tiny troubles had a way of swelling, like ticks grown fat with blood. #Quote by Ann Aguirre
Poly Ticks quotes by Richard Siken
#3. The man on top of you is teaching you how to hate, sees you
as a piece of real estate,
just another fallow field lying underneath him
like a sacrifice.
He's turning your back into a table so he doesn't have to
eat off the floor, so he can get comfortable,
pressing against you until he fits, until he's made a place for himself
inside you.
The clock ticks from five to six. Kissing degenerates into biting.
So you get a kidney punch, a little blood in your urine.
It isn't over yet, it's just begun. #Quote by Richard Siken
Poly Ticks quotes by K.I. Lynn
#4. I'm mad at myself and pissed at you for wrapping me around your little fucking finger."
"But I didn't ... "
"I know!" he yelled, his anger seeping from him. "And that ticks me off more. I hate that you turn me on. I hate the way I need you all the fucking time. I don't want that. I can't want that. I can't want you ... but I do, so fucking much I do. #Quote by K.I. Lynn
Poly Ticks quotes by Justin Wetch
#5. Pressure knocks at my door
A clock ticks and demands its due
The lava burns from the floor
But not in a game like it used to.

So little time to figure it all out
So many distractions to prevent success
I'm in a dark forest with no path or route
But this internal fire knows no rest. #Quote by Justin Wetch
Poly Ticks quotes by Meghan March
#6. The muscle in his jaw ticks, and I wish he'd set me down so I don't keep cataloging every shift in his expression. I'm under fire from Cav overload, and there's nowhere for me to go while he has me pinned on his cock. I'm truly between a cock and a hard place. Banner will never let me live this down. #Quote by Meghan March
Poly Ticks quotes by Ray Bradbury
#7. For some, autumn comes early, stays late through life where October follows September and November touches October and then instead of December and Christ's birth, there is no Bethlehem Star, no rejoicing, but September comes again and old OCtober and so on down the years, with no winter, spring, or revivifying summer. FOr these beings, fall is the ever normal season, the only weather, there be no choice beyond. Where do they come from? The dust. Where do they go? The grave. Does blood stir their veins? No: the night wind. What ticks in their head? The worm. What speaks from their mouth? The toad. What sees from their eye? The snake. What hears with their ear? The abyss between the stars. They sift the human storm for souls, eat flesh of reason, fill tombs with sinners. They frenzy forth. In gusts they beetle-scurry, creep, thread, filter, motion, make all moons sullen, and surely cloud all clear-run waters. THe spider-web hears them, trembles--breaks. Such are the autumn people. Beware of them. #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Poly Ticks quotes by William T. Vollmann
#8. At the time that he had seriously begun to consolidate his organization, Parker was working in a custom photo lab. The reader who is not much taken by audiovisual pastimes may have a deficient picture of that place where Parker was employed; or perhaps not so much a deficient picture--the dyes faded, shoddily spotted, brutishly burned in and doltishly dodged by subhuman technicians under the glare of the enlargers--as an image which had been misfiled in the archives of the memory, representing instead one of those bleak Photo Drive-Ups and Presto Printses located nowadays on the corner of almost every large parking lot, in which the clerks wait sadly behind their glass counters, but no one comes in, and the air becomes darker and darker over the course of the morning as a result of exhaust fumes (there goes another brain cell; ping! - THAT thought will never be completed now); and the pink chubby tots smiling at your from the walls in sample enlargements become steadily more grimy, and by the lunch break they are brown; and the day ticks off on the loud digital clock; and then finally a car creeps into the lot, and a popeyed couple locks that vehicle doors listlessly; they request a reprint of a washed-out snapshot of their son who was killed in the Indian Wars, and they go away; and after a long time here comes a slick-haired teenager who once took a few pix of his girlfriend holding a balloon at the zoo in front of the monkey cage on a dirty overcast day, and the clerk can #Quote by William T. Vollmann
Poly Ticks quotes by Natasha Poly
#9. I like Dolce & Gabbana's fragrance Light Blue - it's my everyday perfume. #Quote by Natasha Poly
Poly Ticks quotes by Thomas S. Monson
#10. Those who grieve frequently find themselves alone. Missed is the laughter of children, the commotion of teenagers, and the tender, loving concern of a departed companion. The clock ticks more loudly, time passes more slowly, and four walls can indeed a prison make. I extol those who, with loving care and compassionate concern, feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and house the homeless. He who notes the sparrow's fall will not be unmindful of such service. #Quote by Thomas S. Monson
Poly Ticks quotes by Pilo Poly
#11. Searching for fish, cook them, eat them. They're gone. Yet, writing is never gone although the writer died. #Quote by Pilo Poly
Poly Ticks quotes by Dexter Palmer
#12. At any other time it's better. You can do the things you feel you should; you're an expert at going through the motions. Your handshakes with strangers are firm and your gaze never wavers; you think of steel and diamonds when you stare. In monotone you repeat the legendary words of long-dead lovers to those you claim to love; you take them into bed with you, and you mimic the rhythmic motions you've read of in manuals. When protocol demands it you dutifully drop to your knees and pray to a god who no longer exists. But in this hour you must admit to yourself that this is not enough, that you are not good enough. And when you knock your fist against your chest you hear a hollow ringing echo, and all your thoughts are accompanied by the ticks of clockwork spinning behind your eyes, and everything you eat and drink has the aftertaste of rust. #Quote by Dexter Palmer
Poly Ticks quotes by Mike Foster
#13. Lobbing hand grenades on the bride of Christ takes zero talent or effort. I also think this really ticks God off. My five-year-old child complains and whines when things aren't the way she wants them, but courageous men and women roll up their sleeves and get busy. I want to be an active participant in putting back together the broken pieces. #Quote by Mike Foster
Poly Ticks quotes by Douglas Coupland
#14. Time ticks by; we grow older. Before we know it, too much time has passed and we've missed the chance to have had other people hurt us. To a younger me this sounded like luck; to an older me this sounds like a quiet tragedy. #Quote by Douglas Coupland
Poly Ticks quotes by Amy Hempel
#15. Then the children went to bed, or at least went upstairs, and the men joined the women for a cigarette on the porch, absently picking ticks engorged like grapes off the sleeping dogs. And when the men kissed the women good night, and their weekend whiskers scratched the women's cheeks, the women did not think shave, they thought stay. #Quote by Amy Hempel
Poly Ticks quotes by Vanessa Farnsworth
#16. Lyme disease is preventable, but only if Canadians have the information they need to prevent it. #Quote by Vanessa Farnsworth
Poly Ticks quotes by Cynthia Hand
#17. Tucker snorts. "Sage is a fighter, it spreads over the land like wildfire, sucking up all the water, the nutrients in the earth, until everything else dies. It's a heart little plant, that I'll give it. But it's gray and ugly and ticks love to hide in it. You ever seen a tick?" He glances over at me. The look on my face must be pretty appalled because suddenly he gives and uncomfortable cough and says quietly, "Sage does have a nice smell. #Quote by Cynthia Hand
Poly Ticks quotes by Chungliang Al Huang
#18. For true peace of mind we must acknowledge whatever fault we live upon, whatever time bomb ticks in our closet, and enjoy our Shangri-la nonetheless. It isn't the absence of the problem; it is how one lives in its presence that matters. #Quote by Chungliang Al Huang
Poly Ticks quotes by Ross Lovegrove
#19. The world we live in is not purely visual. For me it's totally poly-sensorial so the tactile, sensual aspect of living in the work that I do is brought to the fore. #Quote by Ross Lovegrove
Poly Ticks quotes by Ross Lovegrove
#20. It's one of those magical acts that is so poly-sensorial and culturally enriching that as a designer one is naturally drawn to the cult of the object #Quote by Ross Lovegrove
Poly Ticks quotes by Laurell K. Hamilton
#21. Poly isn't about being completely fair for most people. There are some who run it with a near perfect equality, but for most of us there are primary relationships, there are secondary, and even ones less serious than that. #Quote by Laurell K. Hamilton
Poly Ticks quotes by Rhys Ifans
#22. But in reading Shakespeare and in reading about Edward de Vere, it's quite apparent that when you read these works that whoever penned this body of work was firstly well-travelled, secondly a multi-linguist and thirdly someone who had an innate knowledge of the inner workings and the mechanisms of a very secret and paranoid Elizabethan court. Edward de Vere ticks those three boxes and many more. William of Stratford gave his wife a bed when he died [his second best bed]. #Quote by Rhys Ifans
Poly Ticks quotes by Tom Robbins
#23. You can't rest in the shade of a human, not even a roly-poly one; and isn't it refreshing that trees can undergo periodic change without having a nervous breakdown over it? #Quote by Tom Robbins
Poly Ticks quotes by Lloyd John Ogilvie
#24. Tell me what ticks you off, and I will tell you what makes you tick. #Quote by Lloyd John Ogilvie
Poly Ticks quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#25. Now Blue looked promptly judgmental, which was about two ticks off from her ordinary expression and one tick off from Ronan's. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Poly Ticks quotes by Sijdah Hussain
#26. It's so overwhelming when you notice how the clock ticks; so many tiny pieces holding each other together just so it keeps going. We are like clocks, too! Always ticking to the tocks. When the pieces of our soul are torn away or broken – we can't be sent to the mending shop, however. So how do we get better? Workable? Thoughts can be tiring, at times. Or maybe it's the same time – who knows? The clock is broken. Meh. #Quote by Sijdah Hussain
Poly Ticks quotes by Philip Palmer
#27. As well as the factory euthanasia and mass poisoning of undesirables and sicklies and uglies, it was the policy of all Earth system settlements that all newborn babies should be carefully scrutinised. And any infant which didn't get the requisite number of ticks on his or her Future Citizen's Examination (with categories including pre-natal health, birth weight, potential IQ, and parental DNA mix) would be terminated. Abortion was, in fact, a thing of the past; infanticide was now considered to be a much fairer method of quality control. #Quote by Philip Palmer
Poly Ticks quotes by Elaine White
#28. Even after six years, he was still turned on by the bastard, still desperate to kiss his lips and see how it felt to kiss him into submission, until he saw him as more than a loser geek.
He wanted to taste his tongue, to touch his abs and stroke his cock; do all the things that it was so wrong to want to do to him. Wrong because of Ben, because of his love for Ben,
because he barely knew Jaxton, back then and now.
What the hell was wrong with him? #Quote by Elaine White
Poly Ticks quotes by Daniel Woodrell
#29. I got my face close up to the man still standing. I let him understand that there was oodles of danger in me; my head wobbled loose, three ticks off center. This scary face is all them such as me has to show this other world, the world in charge of our world, that musters any authority, gets any reluctant respect at all. If us lower elements didn't show our teeth plenty and act fast to bite, we'd just be soft, loamy dirt anybody could walk on, anytime, and you know they would, too, since even with a show of teeth there's a grassless path worn clear across our brains and backs. #Quote by Daniel Woodrell
Poly Ticks quotes by Steven Pinker
#30. Why do we say razzle-dazzle instead of dazzle-razzle? Why super-duper, helter-skelter, harum-scarum, hocus-pocus, willy-nilly, hully-gully, roly-poly, holy moly, herky-jerky, walkie-talkie, namby-pamby, mumbo-jumbo, loosey-goosey, wing-ding, wham-bam, hobnob, razza-matazz, and rub-a-dub-dub? I thought you'd never ask. Consonants differ in "obstruency" - the degree to which they impede the flow of air, ranging from merely making it resonate, to forcing it noisily past an obstruction, to stopping it up altogether. The word beginning with the less obstruent consonant always comes before the word beginning with the more obstruent consonant. Why ask why? #Quote by Steven Pinker
Poly Ticks quotes by Brian Godawa
#31. I am king. I do as I please. And I am not within Israelite territory." She smiled at his rationalization and thought, This one is corrupt. I can play him. She turned her head in curiosity, much like a dog would. She squinted her reptilian eyes with revelation. The spirits in her twitched her body with ticks. She sensed something in him. Or rather, something not in him. She said, "You are alone." He said, "I have my bodyguard." "Yet, you are alone." He could see in her eyes what she was not saying explicitly. She sensed Yahweh was not with him. She said, "Why do you not consult with your seer?" "He is not speaking to me." He knew he could not gain her trust by lying to her. #Quote by Brian Godawa
Poly Ticks quotes by J.J. McAvoy
#32. That ticks me off!" She snapped. "Since when could you bribe me with treats like a fucking child."
I groaned, pinching the bridge of my nose. "So no smoothie then?"
"Mango, banana, orange and extra kiwi," she replied before hanging up. #Quote by J.J. McAvoy
Poly Ticks quotes by Jared Singer
#33. The boy who wears his comic books like armor often sits
alone. He is more comfortable with Iron Man and his
own thoughts than he will ever be with a woman.
Because of his nervous ticks, no matter how long they
are together, she will never feel commonplace to him.
She will always know she is special.
The boy who wears his comic books like armor
tries to tell her that he loves her every day.
She does not understand.
When he says, You remind me of Psylocke,
he is not saying he actually thinks
she is a scantily clad assassin.
He is just saying, Damn girl, you must be psychic.
How else could you always know the right thing
to make me smile? You have to be a ninja.
How else could you have stolen my heart so easily?
He is saying, Dammmmmmmmnnnnnn girl,
you absolutely have to be Psylocke!
She is the only character I have ever read about
who is as graceful and daring as you are.
She does not understand.
The boy who wears his comic books like armor
is not a good lover. The way he barely touches
her makes her feel unattractive.
Like he is only doing this because she wants him to.
This could not be further from the truth.
He is simply treating her like the only thing
that has ever been this important to him before:
comic books.
He removes her clothes like he would
the slipcover from a brand new issue,
as careful not to wrinkle her clot #Quote by Jared Singer
Poly Ticks quotes by Victoria Connelly
#34. I wonder what it is about a certain novel that ticks the boxes for a reader. I mean, for me, a story can have the most fascinating plot in the world, but if the narrator's voice is dull, then the plot counts for nothing. For me, authorial charm is everything. #Quote by Victoria Connelly
Poly Ticks quotes by Laura Lippman
#35. The human mind was set up to categorize, generalize. It makes life so much simpler. I want to tell you that I never, ever think in stereotypes, but the more precise truth is that when I catch a stupid thought skittering across the surface of my brain, I send little villagers after it with torches. I check myself constantly, like a mother looking for deer ticks at the end of a camping trip. "What's that? Is it a speck of dirt or something hateful, something dangerous?" You don't want these stupid suckers to take root. #Quote by Laura Lippman
Poly Ticks quotes by Sarah McCarry
#36. I'm a chalkboard that's been erased over and over again until there's nothing left but a haze of white dust. Before this I never understood how long an hour could take, how many ticks of the second hand are in a minute, how endless the space between seconds can be. #Quote by Sarah McCarry
Poly Ticks quotes by Natasha Poly
#37. I like doing my makeup myself! It's a hobby of mine. I like to play around. I've learned all the best tricks from the pros! #Quote by Natasha Poly
Poly Ticks quotes by Natasha Poly
#38. I think the skin is the most important thing. If you take care of your skin, you don't really need much makeup. #Quote by Natasha Poly
Poly Ticks quotes by Max Lerner
#39. We all run on two clocks. One is the outside clock, which ticks away our decades and brings us ceaselessly to the dry season. The other is the inside clock, where you are your own timekeeper and determine your own chronology, your own internal weather and your own rate of living. Sometimes the inner clock runs itself out long before the outer one, and you see a dead man going through the motions of living. #Quote by Max Lerner
Poly Ticks quotes by L.M. Montgomery
#40. Of unquenchable sparkle and dream as ever. Behind her, in the hammock, Rilla Blythe was curled up, a fat, roly-poly little creature of #Quote by L.M. Montgomery
Poly Ticks quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#41. What ticks in the clock, beats here with strong strokes of the hammer. It is Bloodless, who drank life from human thought and thereby got limbs of metals, stone and wood; it is Bloodless, who by human thought gained strength, which man himself does not physically possess. Bloodless reigns in Motala, and through the large foundries and factories he extends his hard limbs, whose joints and parts consist of wheel within wheel, chains, bars, and thick iron wires. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Poly Ticks quotes by Eddie Van Halen
#42. Cancer is like a cockroach. It just comes back stronger. I'm tearing apart the immune system of the cockroach and seeing how it ticks. I've opened up my own pathology center. #Quote by Eddie Van Halen
Poly Ticks quotes by Christopher Paolini
#43. As Roran watched, the man's arms, neck, and chest shriveled, and his bones appeared in sharp relief-from the bowlike curve of his collarbones to the hollow saddle of his hips, where his stomach hung like an empty waterskin. His lips puckered and drew back farther than they were intended to over his yellow teeth, baring them in a grisly snarl, while his eyeballs deflated as if they were engorged ticks being squished empty of blood, and the surrounding flesh sank inward. #Quote by Christopher Paolini
Poly Ticks quotes by James Thurber
#44. There was an old coddle so molly,
He talked in a glot that was poly,
His gaws were so gew
That his laps became dew,
And he ate only pops that were lolly. #Quote by James Thurber
Poly Ticks quotes by Pat Mora
#45. Mysterious

My paper shines
White, like snow,
but the paper looks empty.
I could decorate it
with tiny spiders
or stars or sketches of me
looking at a blank page,
but the clock ticks,
and somehow I must write.

I like the sight
of untouched snow.
Gentle, slow, silent,
it drifts and swirls,
layers itself, and I see
a new world of mysterious,
inviting shapes. I walk in its white
whispers, susurrus.

I drift
back to this paper that feels
hard on the disk, and I begin
to listen-
to the story I tell myself.

The paper is a white, patient place,
my private space
for remembering,
saving: spring sun on my face
venting and inventing,
arguing with my mother,
wondering: who am I,
wandering through cobwebs of old dreams,
crying, sighing at people who don't see me, hoping to write music so blue
listeners forget to breathe,
playing the sounds, jamming with myself,

changing
....into the me I can't quite see. #Quote by Pat Mora
Poly Ticks quotes by Roger Angell
#46. Baseball's clock ticks inwardly and silently, and a man absorbed in a ball game is caught in a slow, green place of removal and concentration and in a tension that is screwed up slowly and ever more tightly with each pitcher's windup and with the almost imperceptible forward lean and little half-step with which the fielders accompany each pitch. Whatever the pace of the particular baseball game we are watching, whatever its outcome, it holds us in its own continuum and mercifully releases us from our own. #Quote by Roger Angell
Poly Ticks quotes by Lauren Oliver
#47. Days pass, time ticks away, seconds click forward like dominoes toppling in a line. #Quote by Lauren Oliver
Poly Ticks quotes by Bill Murray
#48. Different vodkas have different effects. Some make you feel a little ... poly-lingual. Some make you feel like you want to talk back to someone who's giving you a hard time. Some make you feel like lifting kettle bells. #Quote by Bill Murray
Poly Ticks quotes by Ted Nelson
#49. I see Professionalism as a spreading disease of the present-day world, a sort of poly-oligarchy by which various groups (subway conductors, social workers, bricklayers) can bring things to a halt if their particular demands are not met. (Meanwhile, the irrelevance of each profession increases, in proportion to its increasing rigidity.) Such lucky groups demand more in each go-round - but meantime, the number who are permanently unemployed grows and grows. #Quote by Ted Nelson
Poly Ticks quotes by Sadie Jones
#50. There was a sudden stillness like the gap between ticks on a clock, but the next tick never coming. #Quote by Sadie Jones

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