Hi Quotes

Quotes tagged as "hi" (showing 1-25 of 25)
Kathy Reichs
“Hey, check this weirdo out." Hi was inspecting a bust on the mantel. "This face is ninety percent eyebrow. What do you want to bet he owned slaves?"

Scowling to match the carving's expression, Hi spoke in a gravelly voice. "In my day, we ate the poor people. We had a giant outdoor grill, and we cooked up peasant steaks every Sunday."
Kathy Reichs, Code

Kathy Reichs
“So what's the plan?” Ben asked.

“Go inside. Look around. Improvise.”

“Brilliant." Hi stroked his chin. “Quick question: Is having no plan the same as having a terrible plan, or are those different categories?”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure

Kathy Reichs
“Ella finished her burger and dug into a side of fries. Hi watched, enraptured.
She couldn't help but notice. “Would you like one?”
“What? Sure.” Hi smiled, made no move.
After a moment, Ella nudged the bowl his way. “Careful, they're still hot.”
“Oh, no problem.” Hi fumbled for a fry. “I like food that's hot.”
I caught Shelton slowly shaking his head.
“Oh, shoot!” Ella winced. “I forgot to stop by the office. My mother had to drop off my shin guards.” She slid her fries over to Hi. “Enjoy. They're hot, which apparently you like.”
“Got that right. Hot hot hot!” Hi awkwardly shoved another fry into his mouth.
“Okay, wow.” Ella gathered her things, then brushed my cheek with a kiss. “Later, Tor.” Shouldering her bag, she hurried from the cafeteria.
A loud thunk drew my attention back to the table.
Hi's forehead was resting on his tray. “Tell me that wasn't as bad as I think.”
“Worse,” Shelton said. “So, so much worse.”
Then head rose, then thunked back down. “I don't remember parts. I think I lost time.”
I patted his shoulder. “That's probably for the best.”
“Such.” Thunk. “A.” Thunk. “Dumbass.” Thunk.
Shelton laughed nervously. “See? That's why I don't talk.”
Hi's face shot up. “Tell her I have brain seizures. A serious medical condition. Or that I have an evil twin who sometimes takes my place, but can't talk for crap.”
“Got it," I promised. His head dropped once more.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure

Kathy Reichs
“Static cackled from the cafeteria speaker. A bored female voice come on. “Victoria Brennan, please report to the headmaster's office. Victoria Brennan to the headmaster's office.”

Classmates glanced our way. Whispers sprang up around me.

“Not good.” Shelton was reaching for his earlobe.

“Tell them you have amnesia,” Hi said. “Or dementia. Pretend you're Joan of Arc.”

“Thanks for the support, guys. If I'm not back for class, look for my body in the harbor.”

Hiram's hand flew up. “I call her iTunes collection. Shelton can have the mutt.”

Kathy Reichs, Exposure

Kathy Reichs
“Move along,” Hines said. “Last room down.”

I spotted a fish tank halfway down the aisle. Dug into my pocket.

“Hi,” I whispered. “Distraction in five. Four. Three...”

I broke off as we neared the tank.

Hi spun. “Yo, warden. When do we eat around here? I'm hypoglycemic, plus I've got a hernia. And rabies simplex D. Basically, I need a ton of pills or my arms will fall off.”

“Boy, you're on my last nerve.”

As Hines glared at Hiram, I palmed the flash drive and dumped it into the fish tank. The yellow-and-black rectangle tumbled to the bottom.

So long, friend. Let's hope Shelton's email went through.

“It's a cultural thing,” Hi was saying. “I think you're being very insensitive.”

Hines snorted. “Do you want me to cuff you?”


“Hi.” I nodded.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure

Charlotte Eriksson
“Nothing much bothered you for a while and you kept walking like a silhouette through this town, saying hi’s and goodbyes, acting polite at all times. But there is no fire in your heart; you are not very concerned.”
Charlotte Eriksson, You're Doing Just Fine

Kathy Reichs
“She's using you to get to me," Hi said confidently. "Both of them. They've caught Hiram fever."
I nodded. "Of course. It all makes sense now.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure
tags: hi, humor

Kathy Reichs
“That's just stupid, Tory! Quit being so damn stubborn!”

“Not a chance! You've got some kind of death wish! We can't even trust our power lately. They're too erratic for a public heist.”

Ben thumped the steering wheel in frustration. “Maybe for you.”

I glowered at Ben from the backseat. I'd given Hi shotgun, having sensed this argument was inevitable. I didn't want to be close. The urge to slap might become overpowering.

“Why don't we all use our friendly words?” Hi suggested. “Let's take five, and everyone can say something we like about each other. I'll start. Shelton, you're super at——”

“Shut up, Hi!” Ben and I shouted, the first thing we'd agreed upon all morning.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure

Kathy Reichs
“Hi's nose was pressed to his window. “I've changed my mind, Tory. This is the perfect place to hold someone prisoner. I'm keeping this on file.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure

Kathy Reichs
“You three looking for something specific?” Her voice was surprisingly melodious.
“Any sacrificial knives?” Hi raised an index finger. “Nothing too fancy, and I'll need a no-slip grip. Me and the coven have some goats lined up for Saturday's bonfire.”
I could've kicked him. I think I tried.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure
tags: hi, humor

Kathy Reichs
“Moments later, Hawfield walked in. He wasn't alone.

“You've got to be kidding!” Hi blurted.

Carmine Corcoran's scowl was as deep as ever. He'd lost a few pounds, but was still a large man, with muttonchop sideburns and a bristly black mustache. His hair was graying at the temples, making him appear more distinguished than his forty-five years merited.

Ruth popped the back of her son's head. “Mind your manners, Hiram.”

“Why does everyone do the?” Hi muttered. “And child abuse. In front of the police, I might add.”
Kathy Reichs, Exposure
tags: hi

Diane Kelly
“I'd learned how to handle a gun before I was fully potty trained.”
Diane Kelly

Amit Kalantri
“If she says goodbye, someone else will say hi.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Wassily Kandinsky
“What would it take to make you intervene”
Wassily Kandinsky
tags: hi

Israelmore Ayivor
“Refuse to be small no matter how many times people insist on squeezing you. The same people who carelessly call you “Hey” are the same people who will cheerfully call you “Hi” when you continue to drive your life positively!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

“Hi there”
New to this site
tags: hi

Israelmore Ayivor
“Hi Lady, Hi Woman.., all that Naomi had, all that Mary had, all that Esther had, all that Elizabeth had, YOU ALSO HAVE... Go, make your dreams come true!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

“hi everyone!”
tags: hi

Kathy Reichs
“I only run if chased. Even then, I'm only going hard enough to outrun the next slowest person”
Kathy Reichs, Shock

“Hi I am a loving girl.”
tags: helo, hi

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“When greeting others, we usually ask them how they are doing, not because we sincerely care about how they are doing, but only because we want to be asked how we are doing.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“hi everyone~”
tags: hi

John Scalzi
“Enzo showed a flair for words early and wrote his first story when he was seven, entitled "The horrible sock that smelled bad and ate Pomona Falls except for my house," in which a large sock, mutated by its own horrible unwashed smell, started eating its way through the contents of an entire town and was thwarted only when the heroes Enzo and Magdy first punched it into submission and then threw it into a swimming pool filled with laundry soap.”
John Scalzi, Zoe's Tale
tags: hi, socks

Kathy Reichs
“We're still going to Loggerhead this afternoon, right?” Hi glanced around, then dropped his voice. “For that...home movie thing?”
I nodded. “We might as well deal with what we can. Let's take the afternoon shuttle. I'll think of an excuse for Kit, thought I'm open to suggestions.”
“Ben?” Shelton asked.
“Not today. I think the two of us need a little distance.”
The bell rang. We gathered our things and headed for the door.
“Tell Kit we're cutting a music video,” Hi suggested as we walked. “Something real gangster, so we need to smash-cut our dance routines. Lay down some visuals. We could offer to let him rap over the second verse.”
I gave him a thumbs-up. “Foolproof. Anyone need a locker stop?”
Kathy Reichs
tags: hi, humor

Deyth Banger
“I won't say... "Hi"... I was nice... I passed... so fuck... you.... No more "Hi's" or just few more... just to to quite the shit... and then everything is over.”
Deyth Banger, How to Talk to Anyone

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