Fireman Quotes

Quotes tagged as "fireman" (showing 1-17 of 17)
Dawn French
“Funny how women are ashamed of their inner fairy whereas men are forever proudly displaying their inner cowboy or fireman”
Dawn French, A Tiny Bit Marvellous

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“To a fireman, wind is a curse. To a sailor, wind is a blessing.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Joe Hill
“Someone probably a lot smarter than me said hell is other people. I say you're in hell when you don't give to someone who needs, because you can't bear to have less.”
Joe Hill, The Fireman

Marika Christian
“He was my age and in my imagination he was a fireman, not the kind that actually fights fires but the kind who travels the country shirtless posing for calendars.”
Marika Christian, Phone Kitten

Kate Meader
“I’m just a simple guy. I love beer, sex, and hockey. I hate liars, Sting, and art that doesn’t have people in it. - Luke Almeida”
Kate Meader, Flirting with Fire

“But alas! Firemen [stoking a ship] are not what they were. The gor-blimey firemen of the coal-burning days must, I think, be a diminishing species and in these degenerate times, when ships burn oil, the firemen is rapidly becoming a perfect gentleman, which is a pity …. Yet all was not quite lost in 1932, since one of them, … finding an altercation with the cook becoming beyond his powers of argument, upheld tradition and ‘drew him off a Burton.’ In other words, he knocked him out for the count.”
F.D. Ommanney

Isabella Johns
“Here’s what happens when a single mom meets New York City’s hottest fireman…

“Then…seductively…as if he received instruction not from the FDNY’s training school but at Chippendale’s…he slowly inches each suspender off his bare shoulders.”

“You must know that exhilarating feeling of a man’s body on top of yours, all that power and muscle pressing you into the bed, the glorious taste of his tongue in your mouth, the manly scent that washes over you and makes you want to melt underneath him.”

“Let’s not forget about his nine inches of shapely fireman hose dangling so close in front of my face the scent launches me into a blissful fever.”

“Every place he touches contradicts his chosen profession, because instead of putting out a fire he surely starts one.”

“I’m so darn helpless in the arms of this powerful, young, ripped personification of New York’s Bravest that I feel myself about to erupt in the most earth shattering explosion since Mount Vesuvius last announced her presence.”

“I wonder if he could be enticed to show us a few maneuvers on the brass pole.”

“He orchestrates his own personal opera, inspiring high notes with kisses and licks along my elongated nipples, and deep moans with hands that caress my belly.”

“We are drawn uncontrollably to each other and have no power to resist, only the tremendous desire to experience everything in its most intense form.”
Isabella Johns, My Hot Fireman

Joe Hill
“Out of the frying pan and into the Fireman.”
Joe Hill, The Fireman

Joe Hill
“To live for others was to live fully; to live only for yourself, a cold kind of death.”
Joe Hill, The Fireman

Michael  Grant
“Don’t waste your time trying to look all bad at me. See, I know you, man,” Howard said. “School Bus Sam. Mr. Fireman. You go all heroic, but then you disappear. Don’t you? It kind of comes and goes with you. Everyone last night is all, ‘Where’s Sam? Where’s Sam?’ And I had to say, ‘Well, kids, Sam is off with Astrid the Genius because Sam can’t be hanging out with regular people like us. Sam has to go off with his hot blond girlfriend.’”
“She’s not my girlfriend,” Sam said, and instantly regretted it.
Howard laughed, delighted to have provoked him. “See, Sam, you always got to be in your own little world, too good for everyone, while me and Captain Orc and our boys here, we’re always going to be around. You step away, and we step up.”
Michael Grant

Amy Andrews
“Jarrod,” she gasped as he rubbed her intimately through the fabric and things inside her shorts started to go into meltdown. “This is crazy …”
“I know,” he said, his voice strained. “God … don’t you think I know that?”
Amy Andrews, Some Girls Don't

Amy Andrews
“Selena looked back at him. He seemed so desolate. “Jarrod …” she whispered.

“Just go, Selena.” His voice cut through the silence, his eyes hard as jade. “I don’t need your pity visit. Or your pity company. Unless it comes with a pity fuck, you should just go on home.”

She’d never known Jarrod to be deliberately cruel. Deliberately crude. “Screw you, Jarrod.”

It’d be the only one he was getting from her.”
Amy Andrews, Some Girls Don't

Kate Meader
“What can I do to get you out of your shirt today, Luke?”
Her voice held a husky, wheeler-dealer tone, the kind of voice for which he was likely to do anything. He imagined that voice whispering in his ear, issuing wicked orders, making him hard as steel.”
Kate Meader, Flirting with Fire

Gaston Leroux
“For instance, a fireman is a brave fellow! He fears nothing, least of
all fire! Well, the fireman in question, who had gone to make a round
of inspection in the cellars and who, it seems, had ventured a little
farther than usual, suddenly reappeared on the stage, pale, scared,
trembling, with his eyes starting out of his head, and practically
fainted in the arms of the proud mother of little Jammes.[1] And why?
Because he had seen coming toward him, AT THE LEVEL OF HIS HEAD, BUT
WITHOUT A BODY ATTACHED TO IT, A HEAD OF FIRE! And, as I said, a
fireman is not afraid of fire.

The fireman's name was Pampin.”
Gaston Leroux

Dani Harper
“She finally took her first good look at the guy beside her. Kerri's eyes widened...because she could see right through him, all the way to the nineteen-foot Christmas tree on the other end of the brightly-lit mall.
"You're a ghost!”
Dani Harper, The Holiday Spirit

Dani Harper
“Well-grounded in magic.' That almost sounds like an oxymoron.”
Dani Harper, The Holiday Spirit

Dani Harper
“Elsie Greenlough frequently walks out to her mailbox without a stitch. But she's ninety, so I guess you can do what you want when you're that age.”
Dani Harper, The Holiday Spirit