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  • In the same way that a tornado rips the roof off a double-wide trailer, leaving the occupants dazed and staring at the clouds from the splinters of what used to be their living room, it was over.

    Rip   Clouds   Leaving  
    Augusten Burroughs (2004). “Running With Scissors”, p.185, Atlantic Books Ltd
  • I'm at a point in my life where I have three kids. I'm a father, and you start to take stock and measure yourself as a man and see where there's room for growth.

    Father   Kids   Men  
  • Rooms are a fixed size, which can't be altered without pulling down walls and building new ones. They should be unchanging in shape and proportions. But sometimes they do change depending on who's in them.

    Wall   Rooms   Size  
    Aidan Chambers (2012). “Dying to Know You”, p.10, Abrams
  • I'm the only person in my family who can't sing. My grandmother was an opera singer and all of her kids were in church five days a week - or between church and vocal lessons at Carnegie Hall. But my mom had her first studio experience recording on my album. She's used to having to fill the room, so she had to adjust to the microphone and not sing opera.

    Mom   Kids   Grandmother  
  • A man is like a two-story house. The first floor is equipped with an entrance and a living room. On the second floor is every family member's room. They enjoy listening to music and reading books. On the first underground floor is the ruin of people's memories. The room filled with darkness is the second underground floor.

    Memories   Book   Reading  
  • Life can take so many twists and turns. You can’t ever count yourself out. Even if you’re really afraid at some point, you can’t think that there’s no room for you to grow and do something good with your life.

    Fear   Thinking   Growth  
  • Of all the ruinous and desolate places my uncle had ever beheld, this was the most so. It looked as if it had once been a large house of entertainment; but the roof had fallen in, in many places, and the stairs were steep, rugged, and broken. There was a huge fire-place in the room into which they walked, and the chimney was blackened with smoke; but no warm blaze lighted it up now. The white feathery dust of burnt wood was still strewed over the hearth, but the stove was cold, and all was dark and gloomy.

    Uncles   Heart   Dark  
    Charles Dickens (1870). “The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club”, p.429
  • Because that's just the way it is, and don't sleep on what you did before, you know, because it can... not hurt you, but you can find yourself sleeping on something that happened in the past, but you dare to progress and there is always room for progression.

    Hurt   Sleep   Past  
  • A pretty girl is better than a plain one. A leg is better than an arm. A bedroom is better than a living room. An arrival is better that a departure. A birth is better than a death. A chase is better than a chat. A dog is better than a landscape. A kitten is better than a dog. A baby is better than a kitten. A kiss is better than a baby. A pratfall is better than anything.

    Girl   Dog   Baby  
    "Personal Quotes/ Biography".
  • The current medical records system is this: Room after room after room in a hospital filled with paper files.

    Records   Paper   Rooms  
  • Good design, when it’s done well, becomes invisible. It’s only when it’s done poorly that we notice it. Think of it like a room’s air conditioning. We only notice it when it’s too hot, too cold, making too much noise, or the unit is dripping on us. Yet, if the air conditioning is perfect, nobody say anything and we focus, instead, on the task at hand.

    Thinking   Air   Hands  
  • Love and religion! thought Clarissa, going back into the drawing room, tingling all over. How detestable, how detestable they are!

    Drawing   Rooms  
    Virginia Woolf (2012). “Mrs. Dalloway - Broadview Edition”, p.29, Broadview Press
  • Forget about speech problems just saying the words "brain surgery" sucks the air out of a room.

    Air   Brain   Speech  
  • All men's miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone.

  • I am filled with you. Skin, blood, bone, brain, and soul. There's no room for lack of trust, or trust. Nothing in this existence but that existence.

    Blood   Soul   Brain  
    Rumi (2015). “Selected Poems”, p.175, Penguin UK
  • It's difficult to talk to people... I walk into a room and I'm Danielle Steel, and whatever I say is going to be taken apart.

    Taken   People   Steel  
    "Lonely heart". Interview with Karen Angel, March 19, 2006.
  • I also stole a small yellow doughnut from the box of Duncan's doughnuts in the rec room and fed it to the attack poodle in my office. He made a great production of it. First, he growled at the doughnut, just to show it who was boss. Then he nudged it with his nose. Then he licked it, until finally he snagged it into his mouth and chomped it with great pleasure, dropping crumbs all over the carpet.

    Yellow   Office   Boss  
    Ilona Andrews (2010). “Magic Bleeds”, p.89, Penguin
  • What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play; Life is a cabaret, old chum, Come to the cabaret.

    Play   Sitting   Rooms  
    "Cabaret" (song) (1966)
  • I know it's bad to generalize, but when you think about billionaires, you just think this guy is going to walk into a room and just demand things to be a certain way.

    Thinking   Guy   Demand  
  • A film has a sort of life over time, whereas a TV show comes up in your living room, and its immediate, and people write about it.

  • Everyone who knew [Barack] Obama from being in Hyde Park knew he was the smartest guy in any room he walked into; a decent, compassionate, lovely person; pragmatic, middle-of-the-road and ambitious.

    Guy   Lovely   Ambitious  
  • The extraordinary woman depends on the ordinary woman. It is only when we know what were the conditions of the average woman's life - the number of children, whether she had money of her own, if she had a room to herself, whether she had help bringing up her family, if she had servants, whether part of the housework was her task - it is only when we can measure the way of life and experience made possible to the ordinary woman that we can account for the success or failure of the extraordinary woman as a writer.

    Virginia Woolf (1980). “Virginia Woolf, women and writing”, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P
  • They may be called the Palace Guard, the City Guard, or the Patrol. Whatever the name, their purpose in any work of heroic fantasy is identical: it is, round about Chapter Three (or ten minutes into the film) to rush into the room, attack the hero one at a time, and be slaughtered. No one ever asks them if they want to. This book is dedicated to those fine men.

    Book   Hero   Men  
    "Guards! Guards!". Book by Terry Pratchett, 1989.
  • Today I do a mental housecleaning, making room for new, positive thoughts.

  • When I was a kid, I wanted to walk with my dad's limp - my dad was my hero - but that infuriated him, and he would make me walk back and forth in the living room until I walked without it.

    Dad   Hero   Kids  
  • I crossed the room, and what you did was to feel my hair over and over again and in different ways, touch it, with the palm of your hand... felt it, strands of hair, with your fingers, touched it as if it were cloth, the way a child touches its favorite surfaces.

    Children   Hair   Hands  
    Edna O'Brien (1985). “A Fanatic Heart: Selected Stories of Edna O'Brien”, Plume
  • When she is alone in the rooms I hear her humming to keep herself from thinking.

    Thinking   Rooms   Chaos  
    Jean-Paul Sartre (2013). “Nausea”, p.23, New Directions Publishing
  • You need to turn your room into a place of power. It's a good idea to have flowers around, candles, incense, you know, happy things. Make your room into a beautiful place and keep it impeccably clean.

  • in the nineteenth year and the eleventh month speak your tattered Kaddish for all suicides: Praise to life though it crumbled in like a tunnel on ones we knew and loved Praise to life though its windows blew shut on the breathing-room of ones we knew and loved Praise to life though ones we knew and loved loved it badly, too well, and not enough Praise to life though it tightened like a knot on the hearts of ones we thought we knew loved us Praise to life giving room and reason to ones we knew and loved who felt unpraisable. Praise to them, how they loved it, when they could.

    Suicide   Heart   Years  
  • The little things that you do From across the room I see you sendin' me clues They're in the way You make me move

    Moving   Littles   Way  
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