Butts Quotes

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Stephanie Perkins
Callipygian. Having shapely buttocks. Nice one, Bridge.”
Stephanie Perkins, Anna and the French Kiss

“You kick ass Sam. And don't forget it”
Pittacus Lore, The Power of Six

Brad Pitt
“Shoving feathers up your butt does not make you a chicken.”
Brad Pitt

Sarah Addison Allen
“There was an art to the male posterior. That's all there was to it.”
Sarah Addison Allen, Garden Spells

Kim Kardashian West
“I see ridiculous stories about my butt, like how it has been insured. I feel like saying, "Hey, everyone has a butt. It's not that big a deal!" But I suppose it's flattering. Personally, I've always loved the curvy look. Even when I was a little girl and all my friends would be like, "Oh, my god, your butt's so big." And I'd say, "I love it.”
Kim Kardashian

Oliver Markus
“The red lipstick? It's supposed to signal fertility and readiness to mate. Just like the swollen red butt of a baboon. That tight-fitting little dress that shows off your curves? From the standpoint of evolutionary biology, big breasts represent a healthy mate who can feed a lot of offspring. That's why men are programmed to like big tits. When you show off your curves, what you're really doing is advertising to the whole world: "Look at me! I'm a healthy female! I'd be a perfect mate! Come mount me!”
Oliver Markus, Why Men And Women Can't Be Friends

Carrie Harris
“So I started running through our weaponry to distract myself. I had my stun gun. Jonah had a pseudosword, and Aaron had a really cute butt. Not that his butt would be useful in de-botting Trey, but it's always good to have a full catalog of your strengths before going into battle.”
Carrie Harris, Bad Hair Day

Margaret Atwood
“Breasts were one thing: they were in front, where you could have some control over them. Then there were bums, which were behind, and out of sight, and thus more lawless. Apart from loosely gathered skirts, nothing much could be done about them.”
Margaret Atwood, Moral Disorder and Other Stories

Wataru Watari
“Monday. Given that it means "day of the moon," you'd think there'd be more butts involved.”
Wataru Watari, やはり俺の青春ラブコメはまちがっている 3

“You watch pro ball and those guys spend so much time with their hands on each other's rear ends, you'd think they were feeling for diamonds or something.”
Catherine Gilbert Murdock, Patriot Acts: What Americans Must Do to Save the Republic

David James Duncan
“But what really won me over was his butt. What finally made it impossible for me not to like the man was how right out there on the Adventist basepaths, right in front of eighty or ninety of the kind of pious adult spectators who spent their every Sabbath if not their entire lives trying to forget the existence of things like butts, Beal's buns were trying to light a fire by friction inside his jeans; they were gyrating like a washing machine with its load off balance; they were thrashing against his pants like two big halibut against the bottom of a boat. And the wonderful thing, the amazing thing, was how once his older audience got over the shock of it, they began to look amused at, then fascinated by, and finally downright grateful toward his writhing reminder that yes, buns did exist, and yes, every one of us owned not one but two of the things, and yes, like the God who created them in His Image, they did indeed move in mysterious ways.”
David James Duncan, The Brothers K

“Monkeys seldom sit. Likewise, only even less so, bare-assed Homo sapiens, man in the Garden, man before the Fall. His rump isn't that tough. So it might be said that the ease with which today we park our bald and flaccid bums at the slightest excuse represents the finest flower of our civilization. Be that as it may, at that time whenever I sat and became aware that I sat I felt squalid. I felt lax, despicably passive, as if my ass were some gigantic parasitic sucker clapped onto the rest of creation.”
D.G. Compton, The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe

“Ladies like guys with nice butts too.”
Kellie Davis, Strong Curves: A Woman's Guide to Building a Better Butt and Body

“Warm chairs. I don't know, like I'm sitting on someone's leftover germs.”
James Brandon, Ziggy, Stardust and Me