Breasts Quotes

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Darynda Jones
“My fore-parts, as you so ineloquently put it, have names.”

I pointed to my right breast. “This is Danger.” Then my left. “And this is Will Robinson. I would appreciate it if you addressed them accordingly.”

After a long pause in which he took the time to blink several times, he asked, “You named your breasts?”

I turned my back to him with a shrug. “I named my ovaries, too, but they don’t get out as much.”
Darynda Jones, First Grave on the Right

Darynda Jones
“After a long pause in which he took the time to blink several times, he asked, "You named your breasts?"

I turned my back to him with a shrug. "I named my ovaries, too, but they don't get out as much.”
Darynda Jones, First Grave on the Right

“Breasts are a scandal because they shatter the border between motherhood and sexuality.”
Iris Marion Young

John Green
“You were with Margo Roth Spiegelman last night? At THREE A.M.? I nodded. Alone? I nodded. Oh my God, if you hooked up with her, you have to tell me every single thing that happened. You have to write me a term paper on the look and feel of Margo Roth Spiegelman's breasts. Thrity pages, minimum! I want you to do a photo-realistic pencil drawing. A sculpture would also be acceptable. I was wondering if it would be possible for you to write a sestina about Margo Roth Spiegelman's breasts? Your six words are: pink, round, firmness, succulent, supple, and pillowy. Personally, I think at least one of the words should be buhbuhbuhbuh.”
John Green, Paper Towns

Cindy Crawford
“You start out happy that you have no hips or boobs. All of a sudden you get them, and it feels sloppy. Then just when you start liking them, they start drooping.”
Cindy Crawford

Anita Clenney
“All human males were as fascinated with cars as they were with breasts.”
Anita Clenney

Barbara Kingsolver
“He lifts her breasts, which fit perfectly into his hands, though he knows this is no promise that he gets to keep them. A million things you can't have will fit in a human hand.”
Barbara Kingsolver

Drew Barrymore
“When they [breasts] are huge, you become very self-conscious...I've learned something though, through my years of pondering and pontificating, and that is: men love them, and I love that.”
Drew Barrymore

Christine Heppermann
“How stupid that all I have to do
is grow two squishy lumps and suddenly
I'm man's best friend”
Christine Heppermann, Poisoned Apples: Poems for You, My Pretty

Norman Rush
“Small breasts are best for the long haul.”
Norman Rush, Mortals

Elisabeth Dale
“How to care for intimate apparel? Treat your bras like you’d want a partner to handle your breasts: with kindness and a gentle touch.”
Elisabeth Dale

“Carmen stood at the altar wearing a hand-beaded, curve hugging, ivory silk and chiffon gown that fit so perfectly, it looked as if it had been sewn on her. The fact that one of the breasts beneath the silken fabric was not her flesh but a form made of gel didn't detract from the gorgeousness of Carmen the slightest bit.”
Kathleen Cross, Schooling Carmen

Neil Gaiman
“...Minnesota, Wisconsin, all around there... has the kind of women I liked when I was younger. Pale-skinned and blue-eyed, hair so fair it's almost white, wine-colored lips, and round, full breasts with the veins running through them like a good cheese.”
Neil Gaiman, American Gods

Joy McCullough
“In my mother’s mirror, my breasts follow. They’re not half spheres unyielding, behaving how a man believes they ought. They shift and change, they form and function, and they’re mine.”
Joy McCullough, Blood Water Paint

“A naked breast is no more a threat to the well-being of a child than a naked hand or foot. So from a European point of view, American media censorship seems utterly ridiculous.”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Bad Choices Make Good Stories - Going to New York

Sherry Thomas
“With your penchant for diminishing a man to little more than a shell of his former manhood, it never ceases to amaze me that you managed to receive all the proposals you did.”
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“It’s my décolletage—when gentlemen stare at my bosom, they don’t hear a word I say. I strongly believe that if trees sprouted breasts tomorrow, they would soon be wearing wedding rings.”
Sherry Thomas, A Study in Scarlet Women

“Would three boobs be better than two?”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Bad Choices Make Good Stories - Finding Happiness in Los Angeles

Thomm Quackenbush
“The salacious pictures lost context and daring, turning into contorted masses of flesh. If one couldn't escape a plague of breasts, if they swarmed, they ceased to be erogenous.”
Thomm Quackenbush, Holidays with Bigfoot

Karen Marie Moning
“Women fight differently from men. You couldn’t get me to hurt a woman’s breasts for anything. I know how tender my own are when I’m PMSing. Besides, we feed babies with them.”
Karen Marie Moning, Faefever

“His eyes were riveted to the full, round breasts that had clearly been sculpted by God or nature and not a cosmetic surgeon.”
Joyce Haber, The Users

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Millions of females strive to give and to maintain the impression that they are male, so there is an untapped market for what one might call a pull-down bra.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Sarai Walker
“The CEO knew cocks were bad for business. Breasts she could get away with. Women knew their place, but with men it wasn’t as simple.”
Sarai Walker, Dietland

Anthony Youn
“Unfortunately, aging, and especially aging combined with a history of childbirth, does a number on a woman’s breasts. Skin loses elasticity with age, and the thick, firm breast tissue of youth gets replaced by soft, shapeless fat, especially after having children and going through menopause. Breast-feeding can cause the breasts to undergo massive fluctuations in size, which stretches out the skin. Gravity works every second of every minute of every day to pull breasts downward.”
Anthony Youn, The Age Fix: A Leading Plastic Surgeon Reveals How To Really Look Ten Years Younger

Salman Rushdie
“This is us, making love. She always made love as if it were for the last time, that was how she did everything, how she led her life; but for us, though neither of us knows it, this in fact is the last time. The last time for these breasts. The breasts of Helen of Troy were so astonishing that when she bared them to her husband at the fall of Troy, Menelaus was unable to do her harm. The sword fell from his nerveless hand. This is the woman I love and these are her breasts. I run this tape over and over in my head. Did you show the earthquake your breasts, Vina, did you bare them to the god of storms, why didn’t you, if you did you might, you surely would, have survived.”
Salman Rushdie, The Ground Beneath Her Feet

Anton Szandor LaVey
“Large breasts are associated with feminine women, regardless of the slenderness of their hips. The capacity of a milk container cannot be told by its outside dimensions. Femininity is more accurately displayed by generous hips. Guess you can tell I favor women with big asses.”
Anton Szandor LaVey, The Devil's Notebook

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“A push-up bra makes it possible for a woman to show off great breasts … she does not have.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana, P for Pessimism: A Collection of Funny yet Profound Aphorisms

“My skin, my breasts, my womanhood- they come with a history of enduring strength. They come with a history of sacrifice and perseverance. They come with a history of hope.”
The Thoughtful Beast

Chester Brown
“Boys—I think you're old enough now that I can talk about—certain topics with you. You know, most men expect a woman's body to look a certain way and not all of them do look that way. So sometimes a woman has to do something that will change her appearance so that she'll be accepted by the people around her. People expect a woman's breasts to be a certain size and mine aren't that size. They're smaller. So I wear a padded brassiere—it makes it look like my breasts are the size that most women's are.”
Chester Brown, I Never Liked You

Kerry Greenwood
“We took the peaches to bed. It is always nice to have someone else to lick the peach juice off your breast.”
Kerry Greenwood, Forbidden Fruit

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