Quotes About Cowboy

Quotes tagged as "cowboy" (showing 1-30 of 63)
The last time somebody pointed out that cowboys ride horses, not tricycles, I shot him.
“The last time somebody pointed out that cowboys ride horses, not tricycles, I shot him. Of course, I waited until another gunslinger gunned him down, but nevertheless, I still shot him.”
Jarod Kintz, Who Moved My Choose?: An Amazing Way to Deal With Change by Deciding to Let Indecision Into Your Life

Jarod Kintz
“I want to be a cowboy, but only long enough to barge into a saloon and bellow, "Who's the yellowbelly that stole my happy trail?”
Jarod Kintz, I Want

Lorelei James
“I plan to use my hands, my mouth, and my cock to fuck that basic vanilla sex right outta you.”
Lorelei James, Saddled and Spurred

Dawn French
“Funny how women are ashamed of their inner fairy whereas men are forever proudly displaying their inner cowboy or fireman”
Dawn French, A Tiny Bit Marvellous

Missy Lyons
“There is no better place to heal a broken heart than on the back of a horse.”
Missy Lyons, Cowboys Don't Sing Siren Menage Amour

Jarod Kintz
“Love walked in the door like a dusty cowboy, and I looked that cowboy dead in his eyes and said, “I thought I shot you.” And his eyes never blinked, wavered, or watered as he said, “You did. You shot me in the leg. But you can’t kill love that easily. And today you’re going to learn how deadly Love can be.” That was over four years ago, and I’m still alive. So that was his plan all along, to serve me up a super slow death. Sort of like torture, only imperceptible and more pleasant.”
Jarod Kintz, Love quotes for the ages. Specifically ages 18-81.

Jarod Kintz
“A wink and a smirk walk into a bar, and the bartender asked them what they were drinking, when all of the sudden a mustache in a cowboy hat riding a vagina runs through the door, and right there I have to stop the joke, because not only does it not have a punch line, but that punch line was kidnapped, and if it’s ever found, it will probably be rated Not Safe For Work. 
Jarod Kintz, This Book Has No Title

Chris Owen
“Oh. Momma told me not to tell you that your bed squeaks. But I think you know, 'cause I could hear it this morning. Jake dropped his fork. Tor, for the first time Jake had ever seen, turned scarlet. Maureen looked at them both and sighed. Christmas is always so interesting with you, Mark.”
Chris Owen, Bareback

Jack Schaefer
“Listen, Bob. A gun is just a tool. No better and no worse than any other tool, a shovel- or an axe or a saddle or a stove or anything. Think of it always that way. A gun is as good- and as bad- as the man who carries it. Remember that.”
Jack Schaefer

Nathanael West
“Let him ride a horse. He's a cowboy ain't he?”
Nathanael West, The Day of the Locust
tags: cowboy

Jarod Kintz
“Be like a sparrow aspiring to be an ostrich, and I’ll be like a cowboy with no horse looking for a speedy land runner to ride.
Jarod Kintz, This Book Has No Title

Charles Martin
“You rescued me when I thought nobody would. When I thought I wasn't worth the effort. You gave me everything and asked for nothing.'
She pressed her face to mine.
'If this is love on the other side of the rescue, then I want to live it. With you. But,'
She shook her head.
'But if you give you to me, then'-
she placed her palm flat across my chest
-'come heavy”
Charles Martin, Thunder and Rain

Jarod Kintz
“I rode my horse to the saloon, but it was out of business. The cowboy I spoke with said the bartender served the saloon’s last drink on March 5th, 1882. Guess I shouldn’t have taken so long to shower and get ready. Ah, but that’s life, no?
Jarod Kintz, Ah, but that's life, no?

Richard Kadrey
“Now you are thinking like a thief. Fewer guns and more exits. We'll cure your cowboy ways yet. (Vidocq)”
Richard Kadrey, Sandman Slim

“It's telepathy, over.”
Flash Gordon

Leif Enger
“We beat the drum slowly and played the fife lowly,
and bitterly wept as we bore him along.
For we all loved our comrade so brave, young and handsome,
we all loved our comrade although he'd done wrong."
The Cowboy's Lament”
Leif Enger, So Brave, Young and Handsome

Jarod Kintz
“I had a dream about you. You were wearing a wedding dress, and I was in a tuxedo. We’d been waiting on this moment our whole lives, only I imagined the first time I robbed a bank I’d be dressed like a cowboy. But you were right, this was more romantic.
Jarod Kintz, We Had A #Dream About You

Vicktor Alexander
“And lose my cock, balls and prostate? Are you kidding me? Honey, I’m still all man. I’m just a man with decoration,” Tommy had explained before turning with a flounce and practically floating out of the room in his heels.”
Vicktor Alexander, A Very Tate Christmas

Charles Martin
“What do you want in a woman, in life?'

I thought a moment...'The Rangers...we began to describe one another in a few simple words: El es muy bueno para cabalgar el rio. Meaning, 'He'll do to ride the river with.' In Texan, it means, 'I'd trust him with my life.'

I scratched my head. 'I want someone to ride the river with.”
Charles Martin, Thunder and Rain

Josh Strnad
“Hades cracked his knuckles on each hand, and the noise was like gunpowder caps exploding in the silence. "First dish duty," he mumbled to himself, "now possessed cowboys. This just isn't my night.”
Josh Strnad, Pantheon

Carolyn Brown
“It’s this thing between us. The thing that we’ve been sidestepping all around rather than talking about it.”

“Kind of hard to talk about something that neither of us can even define.”

Annie Rose stood up, walked over to him, wrapped her arms around his neck, rolled up on her toes, and kissed him hard right on the lips. It didn’t feel strange and there was nothing but a tingling feeling in the pit of his stomach when she pulled away.

“Now we’ve talked about it,” she said. “Good night, Mason. See you at breakfast.”
Carolyn Brown, How to Marry a Cowboy

“Timing has a lot to do with the outcome of a raindance.”
Texas Bix Bender, Don't Squat With Yer Spurs On!: A Cowboy's Guide to Life

Carolyn Brown
“I said that it would be easy to fall in love with you,” he repeated.

“But would it be wise?”

He cocked his head to one side and their eyes locked in the short space between them. Slowly his chin went up and down in a nod. “I believe it might be the wisest thing I could do in this lifetime.”

“Then you have my permission.”
Carolyn Brown, How to Marry a Cowboy

Carolyn Brown
“One hand went around her shoulders and the other one tipped her chin up. For several seconds he lost himself in her blue eyes and then his lips found hers in a lingering kiss and both her arms went instinctively around his neck.

“I’ve wanted to do that all morning,” he said.

“I’ve wanted you to do that all morning,” she whispered. “I guess we don’t need to talk about this thing anymore now.”

“I’m ready to do lots of things, Annie Rose. Talk is not anywhere on the list.”
Carolyn Brown, How to Marry a Cowboy

Debra Holland
“The sky is the most glorious blue I've ever seen." Nick must have heard her quiet words. "I used to think there couldn't be a more beautiful blue in all the world." The sound of his voice pulled Elizabeth into his presence. She said with a curious glance. "What changed your mind?" He flushed though his green gaze remained steady on her, "I saw your eyes.”
Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

Debra Holland
“You're so pretty, Elizabeth,... Why, I'd never have taken you for a spinster.”
Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

Debra Holland
“I didn't mean to upset you, Ms. Hamilton," his gaze shifted back to her. "It's a beautiful sight and I thought you'd like to see it." She gasped in delight at the vista before her. Distant purple mountains framed lush green meadows speckled with brown dots of cattle. A silver river threaded through clumps of trees. In the middle of the valley, ranch buildings clustered around a large white house. Elizabeth inhaled crisp air into her lungs...”
Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

Debra Holland
“We'll ride along the river. It's a mighty pretty sight..." Puffy white clouds floated across the azure blue sky. Pine-covered mountains crowned with snowcaps folded down into foothills that ringed the valley. Beneath the clouds the play of sun and shadow cast hazy blue-green patches on the mountainsides. A distant large-winged bird rode on air currents before diving into a clump of trees.”
Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

Debra Holland
“What do you men wear (to swim)?" Laughter glinted in his green eyes and he slanted her a mischievous grin. "Since Mrs. Carter came here to live, we swim in old pants cut off at the knees." Warmth crept up her cheeks. Bad enough to think of a bare-chested Nick swimming in the pool without thinking of him naked.”
Debra Holland, Wild Montana Sky

Larry McMurtry
“Such is the life and death of a good cowboy.”
Larry McMurtry, The Last Kind Words Saloon
tags: cowboy

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