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Protruding Tongue quotes by Anthony Powell
#1. The two of them might have met on that high place deliberately for public celebration of some rite or sacrifice. At first neither said a word. That seemed an age. At last Dr Trelawney took the initiative. Raising his right arm slightly, he spoke in a low clear voice, almost in the accents of one whose very perfect enunciation indicates that English is not his native tongue. #Quote by Anthony Powell
Protruding Tongue quotes by Paul Smoker
#2. I use a lot of double-tonguing [using the tongue to control airflow]; that allows me to play as fast as if I was slurring, but with clean articulation on every note. #Quote by Paul Smoker
Protruding Tongue quotes by Jhumpa Lahiri
#3. Eventually I took a square of white chocolate out of the box, and unwrapped it, and then I did something I had never done before. I put the chocolate in my mouth, letting it soften until the last possible moment, and then as I chewed it slowly, I prayed that Mr. Pirzada's family was safe and sound. I had never prayed for anything before, had never been taught or told to, but I decided, given the circumstances, that it was something I should do. That night when I went to the bathroom I only pretended to brush my teeth, for I feared that I would somehow rinse the prayer out as well. I wet the brush and rearranged the tube of paste to prevent my parents from asking any questions, and fell asleep with sugar on my tongue. #Quote by Jhumpa Lahiri
Protruding Tongue quotes by Antonia Perdu
#4. Let the quiet tuck you in.
Let the quiet massage your shoulder.
Let the quiet embrace you; feeling all the dimensions of your skin.
Feel the quiet between your toes.
Behind your earlobes.
Under your tongue.
Over the space above your heart.
In the cells regenerating from the wounds.
Let it permeate through your blood.
Indigo & Cyan.
Eyes watching Zion.
Be the quiet
Lion #Quote by Antonia Perdu
Protruding Tongue quotes by Elizabeth May
#5. But just as the orchestra begins to play, an odd taste sweeps across my tongue from front to back. Like a volatile mixture of sulfur and ammonia, hot and burning as it trickles down the inside of my throat. A vile swear almost escapes my lips. There's a faery here. #Quote by Elizabeth May
Protruding Tongue quotes by William Shakespeare
#6. The cheek
Is apter than the tongue to tell an errand. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Protruding Tongue quotes by Sadie Carter
#7. Oh, I intend to kiss every inch of you," he drawled. "I'm going to use my mouth, my tongue, my fingers, and my rod to bring you such pleasure you'll cry with gratitude. #Quote by Sadie Carter
Protruding Tongue quotes by Ferran Adria
#8. I wanted to take nouvelle cuisine further, to the point where we were breaking down the essence of taste and sensation, reconfiguring food as a series of really intense hits on the tongue. #Quote by Ferran Adria
Protruding Tongue quotes by Paula McLain
#9. Bit burrs. Tongue-tying. Saddling for exercise and saddling for races. There was shoeing and bandaging, conditioning and equipment. I had to learn to read track surfaces and stakes sheets, and calculate weight allowances. I had to know the diseases and ailments forward and back - bowed tendons and splints, foundering, bucked shins, bone chips, slab fractures, and quarter cracks. Thoroughbreds were glorious and also fragile in very specific ways. They often had small hearts, and the exertion of racing also made them susceptible to haemorrhaging in the lungs. Undetected colic could kill them - and #Quote by Paula McLain
Protruding Tongue quotes by Sylvia Day
#10. The words she wanted to say burned her throat and tongue, explanations and declarations that would only cause more pain because the end would only be the same. #Quote by Sylvia Day
Protruding Tongue quotes by Steven Erikson
#11. Worry not. Sing your songs with all the earnestness you possess. What is talent but the tongue that never ceases its wag? Look upon us poets and see how we are as dogs in the sun, licking our own behinds with such tender love. Naught else afflicts us but the vapours of our own worries. #Quote by Steven Erikson
Protruding Tongue quotes by J.B. Hartnett
#12. You're beautiful, and I bet you..." He thought for a long moment and then he said, "I bet you another kiss on your eighteenth birthday, you are going to be beating guys off with a stick."
"Another kiss?" I laughed and heard it echo back at me through the woods. "I haven't been kissed yet. How can there be-"
Then it happened. I felt his tongue against my lips, and I panicked. What do I do? What do I do? I pulled away and exclaimed, "I don't know how!"
He chuckled and brought my head back to his. Then he showed me how. #Quote by J.B. Hartnett
Protruding Tongue quotes by Pepper Winters
#13. I stopped cataloguing how my blood boiled, how my skin itched, and how my mind sang for freedom. I focused only on the thickness stretching me. The overwhelming delight of accepting my soul mate into my body.
He was what I craved. His tongue had been a perfect entrée, but this … this was the main course and dessert all in one. #Quote by Pepper Winters
Protruding Tongue quotes by A.E. Housman
#14. Diffugere Nives

Horace, Odes, iv, 7

The snows are fled away, leaves on the shaws
And grasses in the mead renew their birth,
The river to the river-bed withdraws,
And altered is the fashion of the earth.

The Nymphs and Graces three put off their fear
And unapparelled in the woodland play.
The swift hour and the brief prime of the year
Say to the soul, Thou wast not born for aye.

Thaw follows frost; hard on the heel of spring
Treads summer sure to die, for hard on hers
Comes autumn with his apples scattering;
Then back to wintertide, when nothing stirs.

But oh, whate'er the sky-led seasons mar,
Moon upon moon rebuilds it with her beams;
Come we where Tullus and where Ancus are
And good Aeneas, we are dust and dreams.

Torquatus, if the gods in heaven shall add
The morrow to the day, what tongue has told?
Feast then thy heart, for what thy heart has had
The fingers of no heir will ever hold.

When thou descendest once the shades among,
The stern assize and equal judgment o'er,
Not thy long lineage nor thy golden tongue,
No, nor thy righteousness, shall friend thee more.

Night holds Hippolytus the pure of stain,
Diana steads him nothing, he must stay;
And Theseus leaves Pirithous in the chain
The love of comrades cannot take away. #Quote by A.E. Housman
Protruding Tongue quotes by Jens Peter Jacobsen
#15. It seemed to Niels that he understood everything: the hardness in her, the dreary humility, and her coarseness, which was the bitterest drop in the whole goblet. By degrees he came to see also that his delicacy and deferential homage must oppress and irritate her, because a woman who has been hurled from the purple couch of her dreams to the pavement below will quickly resent any attempt to spread carpets over the stones which she longs to feel in all their hardness. In her first despair she is not satisfied to tread the path with her feet: she is determined to crawl it on her knees, choosing the way that is steepest and roughest. She desires no helping hand and will not lift her head--let it sink down with its own heaviness, so that she may put her face to the ground and taste the dust with her tongue! #Quote by Jens Peter Jacobsen
Protruding Tongue quotes by Laurie Faria Stolarz
#16. P.S." Kimmie continues, nodding toward my sculptor of Adam's lips, the assignment was to sculpt something exotic, not erotic. Are you sure you weren't so busy wishing me dead that you just didn't hear right? Plus, if it was eroticism you were going for, how come there's no tongue wagging out of his mouth?"
"And what's exotic about your piece?"
"Seriously, it doesn't get more exotic than leopard, particularly if that leopard is in the form of a swanky pair of kitten heels . . . but I thought I'd start out small."
"Right," I say, looking at her oblong ball of clay with what appears to be four legs, a golf-ball-sized head, and a long, skinny tail attached.
"And, from the looks of your sculpture," she continues, adjusting the lace bandana in her pixie-cut dark hair, "I presume your hankering for a Ben Burger right about now. The question is, will that burger come with a pickle on the side or between the buns?"
"You're so sick," I say, failing to mention that my sculptor isn't of Ben's mouth at all.
"Seriously? You're the one who's wishing me dead whilst fantasizing about your boyfriend's mouth. Tell me that doesn't rank high up on the sik-o-meter."
"I have to go," I say, throwing a plastic tarp over my work board.
"Should I be worried?"
"About what?"
"Acting manic and chanting about death?"
"I didn't chant."
"Are you kidding? For a second there I thought you were singing the jingle to a commercial for roach killer: You #Quote by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Protruding Tongue quotes by Richard Llewellyn
#17. There is strange, and yet not strange, is the kiss. It is strange because it mixes silliness with tragedy, and yet not strange because there is good reason for it. There is shaking by the hand. That should be enough. Yet a shaking of hands is not enough to give a vent to all kinds of feeling. The hand is too hard and too used to doing all things, with too little feeling and too far from the organs of taste and smell, and far from the brain, and the length of an arm from the heart. To rub a nose like the blacks, that we think is so silly, is better, but there is nothing good to the taste about the nose, only a piece of old bone pushing out of the face, and a nuisance in winter, but a friend before meals and in a garden, indeed. With the eyes we can do nothing, for if we come too near, they go crossed and everything comes twice to the sight without good from one or other.

There is nothing to be done with the ear, so back we come to the mouth, and we kiss with the mouth because it is part of the head and of the organs of taste and smell. It is temple of the voice, keeper of breath and its giving out, treasurer of tastes and succulences, and home of the noble tongue. And its portals are firm, yet soft, with a warmth, of a ripeness, unlike the rest of the face, rosy, and in women with a crinkling of red tenderness, to the taste not in compare with the wild strawberry, yet if the taste of kisses went , and strawberries came the year round, half of joy would be gone from #Quote by Richard Llewellyn
Protruding Tongue quotes by Pat Conroy
#18. We set down feasts for each other and treated our love with tongues of fire. Our bodies were fields of wonder to us. #Quote by Pat Conroy
Protruding Tongue quotes by Amanda Bouchet
#19. His tongue swirls against my skin, and I gasp. His voice rough with passion, he rasps, "You're living fire. I burn. #Quote by Amanda Bouchet
Protruding Tongue quotes by K.A. Mitchell
#20. The sound Noah made when he speared him with his tongue sent Cameron from hard and twitching to gotta fuck or die. #Quote by K.A. Mitchell
Protruding Tongue quotes by Yevgeny Zamyatin
#21. O-90 sat over the notebook, her head leaning toward her left shoulder, and making such an effort that her tongue was pushing her left cheek out. She looked like such a child, so charming. And so I felt good all over, clear, simple ... #Quote by Yevgeny Zamyatin
Protruding Tongue quotes by Robert Mondavi
#22. I want to make wines that harmonize with food - wines that almost hug your tongue with gentleness. #Quote by Robert Mondavi
Protruding Tongue quotes by Yaa Gyasi
#23. She continued. "I love my people, James," she said, and his name on her tongue was indescribably sweet. "I am proud to be Asante, as I am sure you are proud to be Fante, but after I lost my brothers, I decided that as for me, Akosua, I will be my own nation. #Quote by Yaa Gyasi
Protruding Tongue quotes by Kaui Hart Hemmings
#24. We don't treat each other very well, I suppose. Even from the start. It was as though we had the seven-year itch the day we met. The day she went into a coma, I heard her telling her friend Shelley that I was useless, that I leave my socks hanging on every doorknob in the house. At weddings we roll our eyes at the burgeoning love around us, the vows that we know will morph into new kinds of promises: I vow not to kiss you when you're trying to read. I will tolerate you in sickness and ignore you in health. I promise to let you watch that stupid news show about celebrities, since you're so disenchanted with your own life.

Joanie and I were urged by her brother, Barry, to subject ourselves to counseling as a decent couple would. Barry is a man of the couch, a believer in weekly therapy, affirmations, and pulse points. Once he tried to show us exercises he'd been doing in session with his girlfriend. We were instructed to trade reasons, abstract or specific, why we stayed with each other. I started off by saying that Joanie would get drunk and pretend I was someone else and do this neat thing with her tongue. Joanie said tax breaks. Barry cried. Openly. His second wife had recently left him for someone who understood that a man didn't do volunteer work. #Quote by Kaui Hart Hemmings
Protruding Tongue quotes by Jarod Kintz
#25. My sword can cut through butter like water. Likewise, my tongue can cut through the logic of love. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Protruding Tongue quotes by Laurie Lee
#26. Such a morning it is when love leans through geranium windows and calls with a cockerel's tongue. When red-haired girls scamper like roses over the rain-green grass, and the sun drips honey. #Quote by Laurie Lee
Protruding Tongue quotes by Peter Styles
#27. < You always know just what to do. >
< ? >
< It's easy to feel better around you. >
Thank you.
< The night you kissed me... It was exactly what I needed. Tonight, this is exactly what I needed .>
There went my heart again. I deflected, fixing a playful smile on my lips. < That wasn't even a real kiss. >
< OH RLLY? Are your real kisses better than that? >
I shrugged, looking down, suddenly shy. His finger traced along my palm of my hand as he pulled me closer, simultaneously sitting up in bed. From an inch away, his eyes were huge and intensely blue. His lips were just barely parted. I could feel his breath.
Fuck it, I thought, and went in.
I tried to kiss him so he'd know he was safe, that I would take care of him. I tried to kiss him like we were standing under the stars on an autumn night.
He kissed me with hunger.
I gave him what he wanted.
Even with all he'd been through, there was power in his kisses. Control. I opened to him, letting him in. He explored me, licking the roof of my mouth and back of my teeth, sucking my tongue into his mouth, pulling so that it hurt just a little, just the right amount. I moaned into him.
He held me like that for a long time.
I came back into my body to find him staring at me, smiling. He ran his thumb over my lower lip, then kissed the tip of my nose #Quote by Peter Styles
Protruding Tongue quotes by Peter Of Alcantara
#28. No tongue is able to declare the greatness of the love that Jesus bears to every soul: and therefore this Spouse, when he would leave this earth, in order that his absence might not cause us to forget him, left us as a memorial this Blessed Sacrament, in which he himself remained; for he would not that there should be any other pledge to keep alive our remembrance of him than he himself. #Quote by Peter Of Alcantara
Protruding Tongue quotes by Elizabeth Hoyt
#29. His duchess caught the tip of her tongue between her teeth as she carefully poured warm water over his hair. Her lips were very pink. Plump, with a prominent Cupid's bow on the upper one. Her mouth gleamed softly with moisture.
His eyelids dropped as he considered what he wanted to do with that mouth.
She was working soap into his hair now with strong, slim fingers that massaged his scalp.
He clenched his jaw to keep from groaning.
She scrubbed backward through his hair, stroking, pressing, and he found his eyes closing like a lazy cat's. He'd not been touched like this by another since...
Well. Not for a very long time. #Quote by Elizabeth Hoyt
Protruding Tongue quotes by Saadat Hasan Manto
#30. Manto's take on Ismat:
Ismat's pen and tongue both run fast. When she starts writing, her ideas race ahead and the words cannot catch up with them. When she speaks, her words seem to tumble over one another. If sheenters the kitchen to show her culinary skill, everything will be in a mess. Being hasty by nature, she would conjure up the cooked roti in her mind even before she had finished kneading the dough. The potatoes would note yet be peeled although she would have already finished making the curry in her imagination. I feel sometimes she may just go into the kitchen andcome out again afer being satiated by her imagination. #Quote by Saadat Hasan Manto
Protruding Tongue quotes by Kenneth E. Hagin
#31. Praying in tongues charges your spirit like a battery charger charges a battery. #Quote by Kenneth E. Hagin
Protruding Tongue quotes by C.S. Lewis
#32. Our temptation is to look eagerly for the minimum that will be accepted. We are in fact very like honest but reluctant taxpayers. We approve of an income tax in principle. We make our returns truthfully. But we dread a rise in the tax. We are very careful to pay no more than is necessary. And we hope - we very ardently hope - that after we have paid it there will still be enough left to live on. - from "A Slip of the Tongue" (The Weight of Glory) #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Protruding Tongue quotes by Bob Dylan
#33. She can play my guitar note for note, she likes to stick her tongue down my throat. #Quote by Bob Dylan
Protruding Tongue quotes by Scott Lynch
#34. I cut off his fingers to get him to talk, and when he'd confessed everything I wanted to hear, I had his fucking tongue cut out, and the stump cauterized."
Everyone in the room stared at him.
"I called him an asshole, too," said Locke. "He didn't like that. #Quote by Scott Lynch
Protruding Tongue quotes by Mark Twain
#35. The true charm of pedestrianism does not lie in the walking, or in the scenery, but in the talking. The walking is good to time the movement of the tongue by, and to keep the blood and the brain stirred up and active; the scenery and the woodsy smells are good to bear in upon a man an unconscious and unobtrusive charm and solace to eye and soul and sense; but the supreme pleasure comes from the talk. #Quote by Mark Twain
Protruding Tongue quotes by Stuart Hill
#36. Pain! Deep, tearing, throbbing, needle-sharp, hammer-blunt pain – ripping through his body and through his mind, twisting deep in his guts and slicing at his skin with razors and broken glass. Oskan wanted to scream, but his vocal cords had burned away. He was desperate for water and he could hear it dripping all around him, but his charred tongue found nothing in his mouth but blisters and scorched flesh. For hours he lay on the ropes of the low bed, unable to move, the pressure of the hemp on his destroyed skin sending new agonies deep into his body. #Quote by Stuart Hill
Protruding Tongue quotes by Robert M. Hensel
#37. He who dares to speak with a razor sharp tongue, shall in end, bare the final scar. #Quote by Robert M. Hensel
Protruding Tongue quotes by J.S. Fowler
#38. The tongue of the righteous are like pure silver, but the mind of the wicked is worth little. The lips of the righteous feeds many, but fools die for lack of sense. #Quote by J.S. Fowler
Protruding Tongue quotes by Sybil Bartel
#39. The split second before it touches your tongue, there's anticipation. The second it hits your taste buds, there's promise. When you swallow, its satisfaction. Anticipation, promise, satisfaction - it's the perfect trifecta. But it only lasts for the first bite. #Quote by Sybil Bartel
Protruding Tongue quotes by Samuel Johnson
#40. Who will consider that no dictionary of a living tongue ever can be perfect, since, while it is hastening to publication, some words are budding, and some falling away; that a whole life cannot be spent upon syntax and etymology, and that even a whole life would not be sufficient; that he, whose design includes whatever language can express, must often speak of what he does not understand. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Protruding Tongue quotes by Jodi Picoult
#41. After all, how many of us had tried to forget something traumatic ... only to find it printed on the back of our eyelids, tattooed on our tongues? #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Protruding Tongue quotes by Malak El Halabi
#42. How can I begin to tell you how much I miss you without using those three common words that can't even start to express the magnitude nor the depth of my emotions. How can I write in my own blood while wanting to revert its color. The color of blood is similar to "I miss you". It has been raped by writers and lovers constantly, ever since Cain and Abel. I want to be able to create a new alphabet that can simply stand in front of you without bowing. I want to use new metaphors that would erupt like volcanoes between the phrases of my readers' souls. Metaphors such as your absence is similar to eating salt straight from the shaker while thirst is devouring my tongue. Metaphors such as the lack of your presence is like being straddled behind the glass of my own senses. #Quote by Malak El Halabi
Protruding Tongue quotes by Mary E. Pearson
#43. His bite will be cruel, but his tongue cunning,
His breath seductive, but his grip deadly.
The Dragon knows only hunger, never sated,
Only thirst, never quenched.
- Song of Venda #Quote by Mary E. Pearson

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