Curves Quotes

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Karen Quan
“How beautiful would it be if we could just see souls instead of bodies? To see love and compassion instead of curves.”
Karen Quan, Write like no one is reading 2

Becca Fitzpatrick
“I don't have the body for this," I quipped, lifting my chin to a voluptous woman nearby who shook her hips zealously to the beat. "No curves."

Jev's eyes held mine. "Are you asking my opinion?”
Becca Fitzpatrick, Silence

Romina Russell
“Those who think only in straight lines cannot see around a curve.”
Romina Russell, Zodiac

Erik Pevernagie
“The magic of the present moment that is warily stored in the granary of our memory may pop up at any time and usher us along the winding paths of our life, and light up the dead points in the dim curves of our journey.
("Voices of the sea") –”
Erik Pevernagie

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

James Joyce
“Beauty: it curves, curves are beauty. Shapely goddesses, Venus, Juno: curves the world admires.”
James Joyce, Ulysses

Sugar Jamison
“I'll never be the size that has single digits and my thighs will always touch when I walk but I'm ok with that.”
Sugar Jamison, Dangerous Curves Ahead

Christine Heppermann
“Rubenesque: the word for masterpiece curves. Screw you, unsalted rice cakes.”
Christine Heppermann, Poisoned Apples: Poems for You, My Pretty

Kailin Gow
“Sexy women should embrace their allure, not shy away from it like the unsexy would want you to. If you are blessed with curves, show them off by all means! - Kailin Gow, Kailin Gow's Go Girl Beauty”
Kailin Gow

Delilah Fawkes
“I stared down at the white bikini in horror. My cleavage was out in full form, while the bikini bottoms hugged my hips, tinier than anything I’d ever dare buy for myself. What the hell was Gavin Fletcher thinking putting me in something like this? And he wanted me to go outside in it, much less get my picture taken?
Yeah, right! That was absolutely not happening.
“We haven’t got all day, Lani,” Martin barked from on deck.
I put my head in my hands, sighing deeply before brushing my hair back from my eyes. What the hell had I gotten myself into?
There was a gentle rapping on the bedroom door, and I opened it, wishing I had a towel to cover up with. Gavin’s gold-flecked eyes met mine, and I stepped back to let him in. He sucked in a breath, looking me over in that brash way of his, his lips curling into a grin.
“Now that’s what I’ve been hoping for,” he said.
I laughed nervously and crossed my arms in front of my body. “I don’t know if I can do this. You heard Martin out there.”
Gavin reached forward and put a hand on my arm, smoothing his large palm over my skin. I shivered beneath his touch, feeling the heat from a connection I wondered if he felt, too. Judging by the heat in his gaze, he did, but how was that even possible? I couldn’t be reading him right.
“You look stunning, Aolani,” he said, that dangerous, bad-boy smile of his making my toes curl. “You’re exactly what I’ve been waiting for. Exactly what this campaign needs. Please say you’ll try? For me?”
Delilah Fawkes, Lush Curves

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

Amit Kalantri
“With right fashion, every female would be a flame.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Amit Kalantri
“It's time to shop high heels if your fiance kisses you on the forehead.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Melody  Lee
“A man once said of women, "Women are like roads, the more curves, the more fun, exciting and dangerous they are." While the evolved man smiles with class and confidence and says, women with more curves, twists and turns in her mind are the most beautiful, exciting, dangerous creatures alive. And the evolved woman, well, she will accept no less than the evolved man; a man with honor, dignity and depth.”
Melody Lee, Moon Gypsy

Amit Kalantri
“Fashion doesn't make you perfect, but it makes you pretty.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Kat Lahr
“There is something particularly special and personal about the circle and how its curves comfortably rule every aspect of our lives.”
Kat Lahr, Parallelism Of Cyclicality

Renate Linnenkoper
“With her wild red hair draped around her pallid visage, she could easily be mistaken for a nymph from a Pre-Raphaelite painting. But then again, those nymphs were rarely hung-over or quite such a freckled, busty little thing.”
Renate Linnenkoper, Exogenesis

“There are no corners to by body.
I am round, round, round.”
Nichole Perkins, Lilith, but dark

Author Jyoti Patel
“The moon shining high
Listening to their story
Without a sigh

They scaled the peaks
Imprinting their names
In time and space

In their love
The rainbow curved in delight”
Jyoti Patel, The Curved Rainbow

Amit Kalantri
“Dresses won't worn out in the wardrobe, but that is not what dresses are designed for.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Amit Kalantri
“Dresses don't look beautiful on hangers.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

“Cusps can be found at many places on the body. Am obvious example is a cleavage, when viewed obliquely. It is a little-known fact that there is a two-thirds power law at the focus of many a historical period drama, center stage in the heroine's decolletage.”
Allan McRobie, The Seduction of Curves

“More than that, the thought rattled uncomfortably in my child brain that I would one day become one of them. My body then was sexless. Though I had seen the curves of adults, I couldn’t fathom the chrysalis that would turn my featureless body into something with heft and gravity, curves and the inclination to use them.”
Valentine Glass, Between Kay and You: A Bisexual Girl's Cumming-of-Age Confession