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Quotes About Whores

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Chuck Klosterman
“When exactly did every housewife in America become a whore?”
Chuck Klosterman, Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto

Henry Miller
“Living with a whore--even the best whore in the world--isn't a bed of roses.”
Henry Miller

George Carlin
“She was only a prostitute, but she had the nicest face I ever came across.”
George Carlin, Brain Droppings

Jarod Kintz
“Some women will spread a lie faster and wider than they’d spread their legs. These women are worse than whores. These women are politicians.”
Jarod Kintz, The Days of Yay are Here! Wake Me Up When They're Over.

Karen Abbott
“Leave the fireworks for those who cast no spark of their own.”
Karen Abbott, Sin in the Second City: Madams, Ministers, Playboys, and the Battle for America's Soul

Julian Barnes
“WHORES.
Necessary in the nineteenth century for the contraction of syphilis, without which no one could claim genius.”
Julian Barnes, Flaubert's Parrot

Julie Anne Long
“What are your pleasures and pursuits, Lord Moncrieffe?" Miss Eversea asked too brightly, when the silence had gone on for more than was strictly comfortable or polite.
That creaky conversation lubricant. It irritated him again that she was humoring him.
"Well, I'm partial to whores."
Her head whipped toward him like a weather-vane in a hurricane. Her eyes, he noted, were enormous, and such a dark blue they were nearly purple. Her mouth dropped, and the lower lip was quivering with shock or... or...
"Whor... whores...?" She choked out the word as if she'd just inhaled it like bad cigar smoke.
He widened his own eyes with alarm, recoiling slightly.
"I... I beg your pardon - Horses. Honestly, Miss Eversea," he stammered. "I do wonder what you think of me if that's what you heard.”
Julie Anne Long, What I Did For a Duke

John Wilmot
“Bawdy in thoughts, precise in words,
Ill-natured though a whore,
Her belly is a bag of turds,
And her cunt a common shore.”
John Wilmot, The Complete Poems

John Wilmot
“Then, if to make your ruin more,
You'll peevishly be coy,
Die with the scandal of a whore
And never know the joy.”
John Wilmot, The Complete Poems

Dean Cavanagh
“Most Politicians Are The Whores at The Establishment Party, But We're The Ones Getting Fucked”
Dean Cavanagh

Neil Gaiman
“There are no whores in Scaithe’s Ebb, or none that consider themselves as such, although there have always been many women who, if pressed, would describe themselves as much-married, with one husband on this ship here every six months, and another husband on that ship, back in port for a month or so every nine months. The mathematics of the thing have always kept most folk satisfied; and if ever it disappoints and a man returns to his wife while one of her other husbands is still in occupancy, why, then there is a fight — and the grog shops to comfort the loser.
The sailors do not mind the arrangement, for they know that this way there will, at the least, be one person who, at the last, will notice when they do not come back from the sea, and will mourn their loss; and their wives content themselves with the certain knowledge that their husbands are also unfaithful, for there is no competing with the sea in a man’s affections, since she is both mother and mistress, and she will wash his corpse also, in time to come, wash it to coral and ivory and pearls.”
Neil Gaiman, Stardust

Ellen Kushner
“He said, 'They're only whores,' as though their very availability rendered them worthless.”
Ellen Kushner, The Privilege of the Sword

M.F. Moonzajer
“Hookers and governments they are both whores. Hookers sell their own body and governments, the poor people’s.”
M.F. Moonzajer

Henry Miller
“Previously, when I began to write this tale, I set out by saying that Mlle. Claude was a whore. She is a whore, of course, and I'm not trying to deny it, but what I say now is--if Mlle. Claude is a whore then what name shall I find for the other women I know?”
Henry Miller

Jill Alexander Essbaum
“Whores, Anna once read, make the very best wives. They are accustomed to the varying moods of men, they keep their broken hearts to themselves, and easy women always ease through grief.”
Jill Alexander Essbaum, Hausfrau

Isabel Allende
“But why give a man something it's so hard to earn? In that respect women are really thick. They're the daughters of rigidity. They need a man to feel secure but they don't realize that the one thing they should be afraid of is men. They don't know how to run their lives. They have to sacrifice themselves for the sake of someone else. Whores are the worst, patron, believe me. They throw their lives away working for some pimp, smile when he beats them, feel proud when he's well dressed, with his gold teeth and rings on his fingers, and when he goes off and takes up with a woman half their age they forgive him everything because 'he's a man.”
Isabel Allende, The House of the Spirits

“That fist he was raising at me would wham into the cupboard door, hurting only himself. I saw it all happening, then it really did happen. But I didn't understand the whore thing. Why was he confusing the drinking with the other? Then I got it. Obvious. It was all mixed up for him, all the same thing: the drinking, the other, anything that could make a woman free.”
David Gates

George R.R. Martin
“Who in seven hells is this one?”
“The Lord Commander of the Kingsguard,” Jaime returned with cold courtesy. “I might ask the same of you, my lady.”
“Lady? I’m no lady. I’m the queen.”
“My sister will be surprised to hear that.”
“Lord Ryman crowned me his very self.” She gave a shake of her ample hips. “I’m the queen o’ whores.”
No, Jaime thought, my sweet sister holds that title too.”
George R.R. Martin, A Feast for Crows
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Chris Kraus
“Better, perhaps, to dress like a whore around the clock and thus achieve a fully integrated personality.”
Chris Kraus, Torpor

Colley Cibber
“Ah! good Sir! no Whores before Dinner, I beseech you."

[Love's Last Shift]”
Colley Cibber, The Plays of Colley Cibber

Jarod Kintz
“It’s hard to believe an eight-foot tall man can come out of a tight vagina. Obviously, mothers of really tall men must have been loose whores.”
Jarod Kintz, 99 Cents For Some Nonsense

Rachel A. Marks
“The men stop coming after Hunt goes missing. We learned from the last brave soul to visit that they whispered all sorts of stories to answer his disappearance. My favorite is that we ate him. We cooked him up with our whore-earned corn, a dozen rats’ eyes, and a bat wing.

Even I couldn’t have thought of anything more perfect.”
Rachel A. Marks, Winter Rose

Elizabeth Bear
“Some would say a whore don't have no expectation of Heaven. I'd say, if she gives value for cash, she's got a better shot at God's blessing than your average banker. Jesus loved Mary Magdalene. He kicked over tables when He met a moneylender.”
Elizabeth Bear, Karen Memory

Roman Payne
“A tired man lay down his head
in a dusty room so dim,
and for so long his wife did shake
and yell to waken him.

Meanwhile his thoughts, his dreams, did stir
of sandy, red bullfights,
of powder-blasts in the air
and carnival delights.

Yet still his wife was in despair
in a dusty room so dim,
for she knew death was a whore
not far from tempting him.”
Roman Payne

Trevor D. Richardson
“Listen in close, Wall Street Conquistadors, you’re spreading like vapor up through people’s floors, you’re moving en masse under the cracks of our doors and grabbing our children to work in your stores, feeding the needy to make them your whores, but you need to remember the grave you’re digging is yours.”
Trevor D. Richardson, Dystopia Boy: The Unauthorized Files

Bruce Crown
“A costume party… great… a chance for the bimbos to whore themselves out with no penalty of conscience. I found myself excruciatingly curious as to what she was going as, a sailor? No. A pilot. That would be something”
Bruce Crown, Forlorn Passions

Carl William Brown
“Repetita iuvant. Italy, a land of great saints, poets, sailors, artists, statesmen, businessmen, lawyers, intellectuals, professors, journalists, whores, gangsters, religious parasites and dickheads.”
Carl William Brown, L'Italia in breve.

“As I came down the stairs, all attention turned from the girls, and everyone looked to me as though this were some sort of drama taking place on a stage, and I was the scorned lover come to confront my erstwhile beloved.

I was not. I was just a whore, nothing else. Nothing more.”
Aislinn Kerry, Blood and Roses

“I rose swiftly and struck him across the cheek, hard enough to make my palm sting. He gaped at me. 'I do not want your damned money. I want you to answer me.'

Carefully, he fingered his jaw. There was something new and strange in his gaze, sharp, intent enough to make me wary. 'I do believe I've forgotten the question.' ”
Aislinn Kerry, Blood and Roses

Brent Weeks
“A megértés különbözteti meg a kurtizánt a szajhától. Minden egyes férfinak, aki belép az ajtómon, a bőrébe bújok. Ha ismerem a férfit, tudom, hogyan tegyek a kedvére. Tudom, hogyan irányítsam úgy, hogy megpróbálja megvásárolni a szerelmemet, és versenyezzen a többiekkel, akik ugyanezt szeretnék, de ne legyen rájuk féltékeny.”
Brent Weeks, The Way of Shadows

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