Elbows Quotes

Quotes tagged as "elbows" (showing 1-5 of 5)
“Never throw away squeezed lemon, but keep them for the day by the sink. Then you can use them to remove fish, onion or garlic smells from your fingers. Or you can stick them on your elbows while you are reading a book, to soften and whiten your skin.”
Jennifer Paterson, Two Fat Ladies Obsessions

Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky
“A dingily bilious sun was seeping through a tent of black clouds. Passersby, spitefully elbowing elbows, were rushing along the pavement. People thronging the doorways of shops tried to pummel their way through and stuck fast, their faces flushed with spite and fury, their teeth bared.”
Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky, Autobiography of a Corpse

Meia Geddes
“I recommend the French beret, for it gives the impression of just the right soft toughness, a veritable wave of sophisticated brain matter. It is the kind of hat that inspires a person to grow into it, to become the person they never knew they could be. The space between the top of the head and the beginnings of hat is among the most intimate of areas: earlobe behinds, elbow insides, and anuses. One must pay heed to such spaces for they hold a potential not fully known (but generally agreed to be vast).”
Meia Geddes, Love Letters to the World

Benny Bellamacina
“Sometimes being given the elbow can turn out to be the best hand.”
Benny Bellamacina, The King of Rhyme

Israelmore Ayivor
“Don't be discouraged when your life boils hot. With just a little more toil, you'll reap from the soil. More oil to your elbows. Stay awake and make it happen!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Dream Big!: See Your Bigger Picture!