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  • To think, we have the garment industry instead of nature to thank for the zipper concept when it would have come in so handy for childbirth.

  • My face responds without authorization from my brain, so the resulting smile feels like the biggest, most unguarded, goofiest smile I’ve ever unleashed in my entire life. I didn’t even know my face could do this. It’s like there were hidden zippers in my cheeks. Jesus. This must be what feelings are. This is why people write poems! I get it now. I get it, and I want more.

    Jesus   Writing   Zippers  
    Laini Taylor (2017). “Night of Cake and Puppets: A Daughter of Smoke and Bone Novella”, p.108, Hachette UK
  • The stuff of life turned out to be not a quivering, glowing, wondrous gel but a contraption of tiny jigs, springs, hinges, rods, sheets, magnets, zippers, and trapdoors, assembled by a data tape whose information is copied, downloaded and scanned.

    Spring   Glowing   Data  
    Steven Pinker (2009). “How the Mind Works”, p.22, W. W. Norton & Company
  • The only exercise I got as a kid was fork to mouth. Food was equated with love in my household. I thought you left the table when the zipper was down and you'd explode if you took another bite. I'd eat my plate and then everyone else's leftovers.

    Kids   Exercise   Zippers  
    "Paul Stanley, from 'chunky' kid to fit KISS rocker". Interview with James S. Fell, beta.latimes.com. April 20, 2013.
  • The zipper displaces the button and a man lacks just that much time to think while dressing at dawn, a philosophical hour, and thus a melancholy hour.

    FaceBook post by Ray Bradbury from Dec 13, 2015
  • I once stood in the middle of New York city watching my name go round the electronic zipper sign in Times Square and I felt pretty thrilled, but not quite as thrilled as I felt when I saw my name in the Examiner for the first time.

  • A good artist's always got his hand in his zipper.

    Artist   Hands   Zippers  
    Source: www.oceanstar.com
  • Ill buy an old jacket and attach gold buttons and a couple royal patches. Or Ill find an old busted sweatshirt, tear out the zipper, and replace it with a $700 zipper. I make things my own.

    Couple   Zippers   Tears  
  • The zipper opened all the way down our spines.

    Zippers   Way   Spine  
    Jeffrey Eugenides (1993). “The Virgin Suicides: A Novel”, p.205, Macmillan
  • A grandparent will help you with your buttons, your zippers, and your shoelaces and not be in any hurry for you to grow up.

    Erma Bombeck (2013). “Forever, Erma: Best-Loved Writing From America's Favorite Humorist”, p.230, Open Road Media
  • There are two kinds of jackets - reversible, and reversible but it's hard to zipper up and it looks really stupid.

    Stupid   Zippers   Two  
  • I don't want to see the zipper in the back of the monster suit. Like everybody else who goes to the movies, I want to believe the monster is real.

    Real   Believe   Zippers  
    Biography/Person Quotes, www.imdb.com.
  • First you forget names, then you forget faces. Next you forget to pull your zipper up and finally, you forget to pull it down.

  • Every bride and groom in the history of civilization has gained weight after their wedding day. It is only a matter of time until archaeologists unearth a married caveman who's wearing a pair of old tux pants that were so tight he couldn't get the zipper closed.

    Peter Scott (2008). “There's a Spouse in My House: A Humorous Journey Through the First Years of Marriage”, p.72, Penguin
  • I don't wait till stage to use my sexuality. My zipper's down right now. I mean, I use it all the time.

    Mean   Zippers   Waiting  
    "Joan Jett Rumbles Back with 'Sinner'". "Day to Day" with Noah Adams and Alex Chadwick, www.npr.org. July 26, 2006.
  • I've no time for broads who want to rule the world alone. Without men, who'd do up the zipper on the back of your dress?

  • You’re here.” “I am.” Jason boldly took in the way she looked. “I take it you don’t often wear that dress in court.” “Probably not a good idea.” He grinned. “Yes, I can imagine it would be somewhat awkward standing before a judge who has a huge hard-on.” “Is that the effect this dress has?” Taylor’s eyes traveled downward, to the zipper of Jason’s pants, and he was momentarily caught off guard by her bluntness. Her eyes sparkled, amused. “You’re blushing, Jason. That’s cute.

    Cute   Eye   Here I Am  
  • Nobody notices it when your zipper is up, but everyone notices when it's down.

  • The Savage interrupted him. "But isn't it natural to feel there's a God?" "You might as well ask if it's natural to do up one's trousers with zippers," said the Controller sarcastically. "You remind me of another of those old fellows called Bradley. He defined philosophy as the finding of bad reason for what one believes by instinct. As if one believed anything by instinct! One believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them. Finding bad reasons for what one believes for other bad reasons – that's philosophy. People believe in God because they've been conditioned to."

    "Brave New World". Book by Aldous Huxley. Chapter 17, 1932.
  • Zippers are primal and modern at the very same time. On the one hand, your zipper is primitive and reptilian, on the other, mechanical and slick. A zipper is where the Industrial Revolution meets the Cobra Cult.

    Tom Robbins (2003). “Jitterbug Perfume”, p.299, Bantam
  • I think, as most of us do, I put such high expectations on myself that this spills over onto other people. And not everyone is wired this way. Some people can shrug expectations off their shoulders like a cardigan, remaining cool and breezy. Others wear them like a parka with a stuck zipper, hot and stifling.

  • If we allow our one-and-a-half year old to "help" us fold laundry he will learn something about buttons, zippers, snaps, where things go, the physical properties of cloth, what happens when you drop it, how easy or hard it is to carry compared with everything else he has ever carried, what clean clothes smell like, how a big towel can turn into a small bundle, how the small bundle you just folded can turn into a big towel again, plus any songs we care to sing or stories or related or unrelated facts we care to pass on.

    Song   Children   Zippers  
  • If zipper catches skin, I'll know I had it out when I should a kept it in.

    Zippers   Advice   Skins  
  • I'm not doing it to pander to people. I just always knew what I liked versus what I don't like. I never liked things with too many zippers or spikes and stuff. That weirds me out. I like things that are pretty. And I think it's great to be pretty. I like being feminine. I think it's good to be feminine. We don't need to look like men or dress like men or talk like men to be powerful. We can be powerful in our own way, our own feminine way.

    Powerful   Men   Thinking  
  • Then you will simply have to see for yourself. Touch me, lass. Feel my ...sock." His silver gaze sizzled with challenge, as he unzipped his zipper. Uh-uh." She shook her head for added emphasis. Then find me a pair of trews that doona threaten to sever my manparts.

    Karen Marie Moning (2008). “Kiss of the Highlander”, p.95, Dell
  • It's more than just a dress; it's a spirit. The wrap dress was an interesting cultural phenomenon, and one that has lasted 30 years. What is so special about it is that it's actually a very traditional form of clothing. It's like a toga, it's like a kimono, without buttons, without a zipper. What made my wrap dresses different is that they were made out of jersey and they sculpted the body.

  • The sari's radiance, vigor and variety, produced by a single straight length of cloth, should give us in the West pause and make us think twice about the zipper, the dart and the shoulder pad.

  • The gun made a ripping sound like the opening of a zipper on the fly of God Almighty.

    Harold Bloom, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (2009). “Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-five”, p.51, Infobase Publishing
  • The wrap dress is the most traditional form of dressing: It's like a robe, it's like a kimono, it's like a toga. It doesn't have buttons or zippers. What made it different was that it was jersey; therefore, it was close to the body and it was a print.

    "Diane von Furstenberg On Wrap Dresses And The Joys Of Aging Gracefully". Interview with Amanda Christine Miller, www.huffingtonpost.com. March 28, 2008.
  • So, we get into the first piece. Then, layer, layer, layer, do all of this. Then we jump into the trousers. Then I'm zip-tied in to this bottom piece and glued into the feet. So you can't get out. There is a zipper...somewhere. But it'll cost you money to find out where. And to actually make it functional, it's pretty ridiculous. So, I plan ahead.

    Feet   Zippers   Firsts  
    Source: collider.com
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