Duct Tape Quotes

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Rick Riordan
“One down," Beckendorf said. "About five thousand to go." He tossed me a jar of thick green liquid—Greek fire, one of the most dangerous magical substances in the world. Then he threw me another essential tool of demigod heroes—duct tape”
Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian

Nancy Werlin
“But just now, he'd gotten on his knees and proposed marriage, like in a television commercial for a diamond ring. Except of course they had the roll of duct tape instead, which, when you came to think about it, was a far more practical item. Such a bad mistake it would be, to embark on marriage and adult life without a nice supply of duct tape.”
Nancy Werlin, Impossible

Rick Riordan
“May the gods defend me from heroes with duct tape. And heroes always seem to have duct tape.”
Rick Riordan, The Burning Maze

Shelly Crane
“Billings pulled a roll from a compartment in his cargo pants leg. We gawked at him in disbelief. He shrugged. "What? You never know when you're going to need duct tape.”
Shelly Crane, Revolution

James L. Cambias
“Greatest stuff in the world. Superman’s duct tape.”
James Cambias, A Darkling Sea

T.  Hammond
“Duct tape can't fix stupid," Bas growled. "Maybe not," Red replied, "but it can hold it down and muffled the screams.”
T. Hammond, Color Blind

Jacqueline Patricks
“Civilization is held together by duct tape and spit, and I'm worried about the duct tape.”
Jacqueline Patricks

Ursula Vernon
“Wilbur looked at the list glumly. "Are you sure you need all this stuff?"
"The ax?"
"The ax is critical."
"The chalk?"
"The chalk is super-critical."
"The bungee cords?"
"Bungee cords are the single most useful object in the universe, Wilbur. People may say it’s duct tape, but it’s actually bungee cords. All great heroes know this.”
Ursula Vernon, Ratpunzel

Leslea Tash
“You always kiss on the first date?"

"Not usually until after the duct-tape.”
Leslea Tash, Bird After Bird

Nitya Prakash
“Time to duct tape shattered dreams back together, they need a shade of grey.”
Nitya Prakash

Anna Hodges Oginsky
“As I sobbed, I longed for some magic. Where were you then with your duct tape? Could you conjure up a magic strip of duct tape to reassemble the pieces of my broken heart?”
Anna Hodges Oginsky, My New Friend, Grief: Reflections on Loss and Life

Abby Jimenez
“Even duct tape can’t fix stupid.”
Abby Jimenez, The Friend Zone