Drunks Quotes

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booze-is-greatest-all-equalizers-rich-drunks-poor-drunks-both-pass-out-same-way-chuck-klosterman
there-are-more-old-drunks-than-there-are-old-doctors-willie-nelson
drunks-do-not-have-friends-but-accomplices
i-know-lot-more-old-drunks-than-old-doctors-joe-e-lewis
i-believe-all-drunks-go-to-heaven-because-theyve-been-through-hell-on-earth-liza-minnelli
i-knew-how-it-was-with-drunks-they-ran-out-generosity-even-for-themselves
god-watches-over-drunks-third-baseman-leo-durocher
our-constitution-protects-aliens-drunks-us-senators-will-rogers
drunks-conjure-endless-drama-from-their-bottles-mason-cooley
i-dont-know-why-i-told-you-all-those-things-but-i-did-maybe-it-was-because-im-drunk-sometimes-drunks-like-to-confess-steven-ramirez-dead-is-all-you-get
sportswriters-are-rude-brainless-subculture-fascist-drunks-hunter-s-thompson
to-poor-memories-drunks-she-said-to-all-lovely-nights-forever-lost-s-fitts
my-doctor-tells-me-i-should-start-slowing-it-down-but-there-are-more-old-drunks-than-there-are-old-doctors-lets-all-have-another-round-willie-nelson
when-i-played-drunks-i-had-to-remain-sober-because-i-didnt-know-how-to-play-them-when-i-was-drunk-richard-burton
this-is-big-reason-most-humorists-fail-drunks-dont-read-books-garrison-keillor
my-family-was-bunch-drunks-when-i-was-six-i-came-up-missing-they-put-my-picture-on-bottle-scotch-rodney-dangerfield
god-has-special-providence-for-fools-drunks-united-states-america-otto-von-bismarck
personality-must-be-accepted-for-what-it-is-you-mustnt-mind-that-poet-is-drunk-rather-that-drunks-are-not-always-poets-oscar-wilde
meanwhile-3-m-drunks-world-would-lay-in-their-beds-trying-in-vain-to-sleep-deserving-that-rest-if-they-could-find-it-charles-bukowski
fun-drunks-make-nice-addition-to-any-party-not-looking-to-fight-not-looking-to-score-just-looking-to-get-drunk-laugh-jay-asher
my-forte-is-playing-drunks-down-ages-when-my-agent-rings-me-about-role-i-dont-ask-what-part-is-but-what-century-its-in-johnny-vegas
the-drunks-that-slur-street-trickle-away-as-they-pocket-onenight-stands-in-dimlit-place-scott-matthews
things-got-bad-that-when-i-went-shopping-for-house-some-people-would-refuse-to-open-door-if-they-saw-it-was-me-standing-there-and-drunks-would-always-want-to-challenge-me
it-isnt-chic-for-women-to-be-drunk-men-drunks-are-more-excusable-more-easily-absolved-but-why-it-must-be-thought-they-have-better-reasons-margaret-atwood
parties-sickened-me-i-hated-gameplaying-dirty-play-flirting-amateurs-drunks-bores-charles-bukowski
she-said-all-writers-were-prima-donnas-drunks-social-misfits-pompous-depressed-brilliant-maybe-but-completely-crazy-ilsa-j-bick
we-have-wasted-history-like-a-bunch-of-drunks-shooting-dice-back-in-the-mens-crapper-of-the-local-bar
new-years-is-harmless-annual-institution-no-particular-use-to-anybody-save-as-scapegoat-for-promiscuous-drunks-friendly-calls-humbug-resolutions-mark-twain
every-day-i-said-every-day-i-go-to-work-i-see-my-granddad-i-see-drunks-addicts-people-who-have-fallen-right-off-edge-earth-i-see-people-who-have-made-every-bad-move-anyone-could-
i-was-bouncer-when-i-was-in-depaul-in-chicago-at-theater-school-i-threw-drunks-out-bars-unless-i-had-play-running-that-weekend-but-i-only-had-two-actual-fights-some-were-like-out
buddy-eyed-me-closely-his-eyes-were-filigreed-with-red-i-watched-as-he-went-through-one-those-instantaneous-mood-swings-that-only-drunks-menstruating-women-can-manage-gm-ford
anarchy-warning-note-from-underworld-the-pirates-heart-are-sailing-to-steal-destroy-rebel-rousers-drunks-punks-brave-invaders-krux
we-shake-foundations-power-with-lead-with-force-burn-pillars-greed-let-society-fall-rebel-rousers-drunks-punks-brave-invaders-krux
have-you-ever-head-this-theory-about-drinking-yourself-sober-eddie-asked-its-popular-theory-amongst-drunks-anyway-robert-rankin
my-folks-were-drunks-i-had-rough-childhood-really-rough-in-fact-rougher-than-i-thought-about
now-then-i-become-conscious-having-reputation-being-one-great-drinkers-if-not-one-great-drunks-our-time-kingsley-amis
but-time-changed-that-was-something-only-drunks-junkies-understood-when-you-couldnt-sleep-when-you-were-afraid-to-look-around-because-what-you-might-see-time-elongated-grew-sharp
drunks-they-may-be-but-drunken-man-knows-not-fear-fools-aye-but-fool-can-kill-king-rats-that-too-but-thousand-rats-can-bring-down-bear-george-rr-martin
no-this-was-philly-drunks-here-boo-santa-get-in-more-trouble-than-dog-with-easter-basket-like-dog-they-usually-end-up-either-sick-dead-ah-yes-another-lovely-eve-in-big-city-kym-g
the-most-dangerous-lechers-creeps-are-not-drunks-wearing-rags-on-street-but-respectable-men-wearing-hairspray-pinstripes-wedding-rings-who-lurk-in-michelle-malkin
in-russia-drunks-are-our-kindest-people-our-kindest-people-are-also-most-drunk-fyodor-dostoyevsky
maybe-some-folks-are-alcoholics-others-are-just-voluntary-drunks-maybe-some-folks-drink-due-to-body-chemistry-others-due-to-their-lazy-characters-maybe-some-have-drinking-problem
mathematicians-still-dont-understand-ball-our-hands-made-how-your-electrocuted-grandparents-made-it-possible-for-you-to-light-my-cigarettes-with-your-eyes-it-isnt-as-simple-as-me
It was said that the Old Folk controlled the power of fire, among other things, but that was in the Long and Long Ago. Before that, the fathers of the Old Folk caught a spark with flint and steel and their own desire to live. It was also said that the world was a great wheel, and everything came round to what it once had been, and so Steven Boughmount knelt in the snow with rocks in his hands, trying to catch a flame. He was having little luck. Just over the low hills, beyond this scrub of forest, the village was warm and sleeping behind its wall. That's where I should be, Steven thought as he scraped the edge of one rock against the other. Not in bed, not yet, but stretched out in my chair with my feet up, a pipe smoking just right in my hand and Heather curled up beside me. The boys are all asleep, but maybe we'll stay up for a while. Maybe we'll move to the bedroom, maybe not. That's where I should be, not up to my ass in snow trying to light a fire. 'C'mon, bastard, ' he said, and drug the sharp edge of the rock in his right hand against the flat of the one in his left. A white spark flew, and then died before it could reach the stripped branches and dried moss he had laid out on the frozen ground. Snow crunched somewhere off to the left of him. Steven heard soft, bare footsteps. They were coming, all right. And they were in a hurry, running toward a village protected by two drunks on either side of a leaning gate. That was why Steven sat in the snow. When the Guards slept, the Hunters went to work. And what sounded like a whole clan of goblins was passing him by because he couldn't get a damn fire lit. Steven drew his sword. It was called Fangodoom, given to him by his mother just before she died. Fangodoom was a dwarf blade, of steel mined and forged deep within the Lyme Mountains centuries ago. Goblins near, the blade all but gleamed though there wasn't any moon. Again he wondered if this would be the last time, and again he knew that if it was, it was. His hand turned into a fist on the hilt of his weapon, and he prayed. 'Lord, make me Your hammer.

Michael Kanuckel
it-was-said-that-old-folk-controlled-power-fire-among-other-things-but-that-was-in-long-long-ago-before-that-fathers-old-folk-caught-spark-with-flint-steel-their-own-desire-to-li
Life has always seemed to me like a restaurant, ' said Peter. 'When you're born, you come in and sit down... ' 'Oh, my God, ' said Brenda. '... and they show you the menu, ' went on Peter, frowning at Brenda. 'And it's a swell menu. It's got everything on it. And they tell you that you can have anything you want, the rarest and tastiest and most wonderful dishes imaginable.' 'Who's they?' asked Brenda. 'They is a sort of waiter-cum-proprietor, ' said Peter, 'and he represents organized society in the parable.' 'It's a parable, is it?' 'Yes. So you study the menu and you pick out the dishes that appeal to you most. Some people pick more exotic viands than others, but everybody picks out something he thinks is swell and the waiter-cum-proprietor pats him on the back and says it's an excellent choice. And you sit back and wait to be served. That represents the period of adolescence... Damn it, where was I?' 'You were adolescent.' 'So you sit and wait to be served your fondly chosen dish, ' resumed Peter, 'and pretty soon the waiter comes in and what does he bring you? He brings you hash! "Hey, " you say, "this isn't what I ordered." "Oh isn't it?" says the waiter who is no longer friendly. "Well, it's what you're gonna get." Now this is the important part. Some people meekly eat their hash. Some drown it with catsup and try to enjoy it.' 'I get it, ' said Brenda. 'Those are the drunks.' 'But there are a few who say, "Goddamn it, I didn't order hash and I don't want hash and I won't eat hash." They get out of their chairs and the waiter tries to push them back, but they say, "Get out of my way, who the hell are you?" And they fight their way into the kitchen while the waiter hollers and protests and there they find mountains and mountains of hash. But they keep looking around and pretty soon in odd corners of the kitchen they find the dishes they ordered, the rare and costly viands they had their hearts set on. And they eat 'em and they enjoy 'em and then they go out of the restaurant the same as the hash eaters do, but boy, they've dined!' He threw down his cigarette and stamped on it. 'That's all, ' he said. 'Thank you for your attention.' 'Who pays the bill?' asked George with interest. 'I don't know, ' said Peter irritably. 'That would complicate the parable to the point of chaos.' 'Who did you say the waiter was?' asked George. 'Organized society?' 'That's right. A pale flabby guy with a walrus mustache.' 'I don't quite see it, ' said George. 'I do, ' said Harriet, sitting up on the day bed. 'I see it. It's beautiful.' 'It isn't so bad at that, ' said Brenda. 'You're damn right it's not.

Jack Iams
life-has-always-seemed-to-me-like-restaurant-said-peter-when-youre-born-you-come-in-sit-down-oh-my-god-said-brenda-they-show-you-menu-went-on-peter-frowning-at-brenda-and-its-swe
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