Quotes About Hit

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Susan Sontag
“To paraphrase several sages: Nobody can think and hit someone at the same time.”
Susan Sontag, Regarding the Pain of Others

Vera Nazarian
“A boomerang returns back to the person who throws it.

But first, while moving in a circle, it hits its target.

So does gossip.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Sorry. Sorry. Don't hit. Bitches be scary when they hit.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Wait for You

Natsuki Takaya
“OY! Stop playing around and lets cook already!"
*smack*
J-just now, that made a really loud noise.."
Do you wanna hear it again?"
N-no, you'll just hit me again!"
Kyo and Tohru”
Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 10

Amanda Hocking
“I tended to hate people that hit me in the head without warning.”
Amanda Hocking, Wisdom

Neal Shusterman
“Don't you recognize me, Mary? It's your good friend Allie the Outcast - although it looks like you're the one who's the out-cast now." Then Allie realized something with far too much glee. "Now that you're here - alive and all - there's something I've wanted to do for a very long time."
Then Allie reached back, curled her fleshie's right hand into a fist, and swung it toward Mary with all her might.
This was one strong fleshie!
The punch connected with Mary's eye so hard, that Mary's entire body spun around, and she collapsed into a leopard chair. Allie's knuckles hurt, but it was a good kind of pain.
"My eye!" wailed Mary. "Oh! My eye.”
Neal Shusterman, Everwild

Yuna Kagesaki
“Well, you're right. I'm a Freak."

"Huh?"

"I love being bullied. Being hit and kicked by others gets me totally excited. That's what kind of freak I am.
Sorry if that bothers you.”
Yuna Kagesaki, AiON Volume 1

Melina Marchetta
“God knows what possessed me, but having that science book in my hand propelled me to immediate action. So I hit her with it.”
Melina Marchetta, Looking for Alibrandi

Munia Khan
“The moon seems unaware
of night's dark hitting
on the damp warm rain
misguiding owl's spitting
A thunder light of love
raising hearts beating
while weather learns more
from rain lovers meeting”
Munia Khan

Robin Hobb
“The knowledge that he had left me with no intent ever to return had come over me in tiny droplets of realization spread over the years. And each droplet of comprehension brought its own small measure of hurt.”
Robin Hobb, Fool's Assassin

Derek Thompson
“Quality, it seems, is a necessary, but insufficient attribute for success.”
Derek Thompson, Hit Makers: Why Things Become Popular

J.R. Rim
“Hitting "like" on a social media platform is the modern day version of clapping at the end of a performance.”
J.R. Rim

Kody Keplinger
“See!” Dad yelled. “Boys don’t stay with whores, Bianca. They leave them. And I’m not going to let you turn into a whore. Not my daughter. This is for your own good.”
I looked up as he reached a hand down to grab my arm. I squeezed my eyes shut, waiting to feel his fingers clamp around my forearm.
But they never did.
I heard a loud thud, and Dad grunted in pain. My eyes flew open. Wesley moved away from Dad, who was massaging his jaw with a shocked look on his face. “Why you little shithead!”
“Are you all right?” Wesley asked, kneeling in front of me.
“Did you just punch my dad?” I couldn’t help but wonder if I was delirious. Had all of this really just happened? Totally bizarre.
“Yes,” Wesley admitted.
“How dare you touch me!” Dad screamed, but he was having trouble balancing enough to approach us again. “How dare you fuck my daughter, then hit me, you son of a bitch!”
I’d never heard my father swear like that before.
“Come on,” Wesley said, helping me to my feet. “Let’s get out of here. You’re coming with me.” He wrapped an arm around me, pulling me close against his warm body, and ushered me out the open door.”
Kody Keplinger, The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend

Akshay Vasu
“The day you forgive your past and close your eyes. You will hear a river flowing inside you again. You will hear that waves of the ocean hitting the seashores of your soul once again. And again the sun will shine, lighting up your darkest nights.”
Akshay Vasu

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Impulsivity is something akin to spontaneously jumping out of an airplane and not realizing that you forgot something until about five seconds before impact.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Kelley Armstrong
"It's me," whispered a familiar voice.
"Der—"
Thwack. He stumbled, Liz behind him, a sturdy branch raised.
"Liz, it's—"
She hit him again, a home-run swing between the shoulders, and he went down with an oomph and an oath. She recognized the voice—or the curse—and leaned over, getting a look at him.
(Liz) "Whoops."
(Simon) "I'd say he deserved that, always sneaking up on people."
Kelley Armstrong, The Reckoning

Steven Magee
“Collision avoidance systems are the next big radio frequency (RF) toxin to hit the USA general population as they become standard safety equipment in most new cars.”
Steven Magee

Paulo Coelho
“-Tanultam valamit a Sötét Éjszakáról-mondta az erdőnek, amely most csöndes volt.-Megtanultam, hogy az Isten-keresés egy Sötét Éjszaka. Hogy a Hit egy Sötét Éjszaka. Nem csoda. Az ember minden napja egy sötét éjszaka. Senki sem tudhatja előre, hogy mi fog történni a következő percben, az emberek mégis mennek előre. Mert bíznak. Mert van hitük.”
Paulo Coelho, Brida

Michael Grant
“Help me,” the girl pleaded softly.
Sam knelt beside her. He recoiled in shock. “Bette?”
The left side of Bouncing Bette’s face was covered in blood. There was a gash above her temple. She was panting, gasping, like she had collapsed after a marathon and was trying with her last ounce of energy to crawl across the finish line.
“Bette, what happened?”
“They’re trying to get me,” Bette cried, and clutched at Sam’s arm.
The three dark figures advanced to the edge of the circle of light. One was clearly Orc. No one else was that big. Edilio and Quinn moved into the garage doorway.
Sam disengaged from Bette and took up a position beside Edilio.
“You want me to beat on you guys, I will!” Orc yelled.
“What’s going on here?” Sam demanded. He narrowed his eyes and recognized the other two boys, a kid named Karl, a seventh grader from school, and Chaz, one of the Coates eighth graders. All three were armed with aluminum bats.
“This isn’t your business,” Chaz said. “We’re dealing with something here.”
“Dealing with what? Orc, did you hit Bette?”
“She was breaking the rules,” Orc said.
“You hit a girl, man?” Edilio said, outraged.
“Shut up, wetback,” Orc said.
“Where’s Howard?” Sam asked, just to stall while he tried to figure out what to do. He’d lost one fight to Orc already.
Orc took the question as an insult. “I don’t need Howard to handle you, Sam.”
Orc marched right up to Sam, stopped a foot away, and put his bat on his shoulder like he was ready to swing for a home run. Like a batter ready for the next fastball. Only this was closer to T-ball: Sam’s head was impossible to miss.
“Move, Sam,” Orc ordered.
“Okay, I’m not doing this again,” Quinn said. “Let him have her, Sam.”
“Ain’t no ‘let me,’” Orc said. “I do what I want.”
Sam noticed movement behind Orc. There were people coming down the street, twenty or more kids. Orc noticed it too, and glanced behind him.
“They aren’t going to save you,” Orc said, and swung the bat hard.
Sam ducked. The bat whooshed past his head, and Orc rotated halfway around, carried forward by the momentum.
Sam was thrown off balance, but Edilio was ready. He let loose a roar and plowed headfirst into Orc. Edilio was maybe half Orc’s size, but Orc was knocked off his feet. He sprawled out on the concrete.
Chaz went after Edilio, trying to pull him off Orc.
The crowd of kids who had come running down the street surged forward. There were angry voices and threats, all aimed at Orc.
They yelled, Sam noted, but no one exactly jumped into the unequal fight.”
Michael Grant, Gone

Richie Norton
“Ideas become reality. once you hit that reality, you get a new idea. it's a virtuous upward spiral. However, the majority are satisfied living within the idea of the reality instead of the reality of the idea.”
Richie Norton

Nikita Dudani
“Herd Mentality is when you follow a person or a trend just because it has been a hit once or twice.”
Nikita Dudani

Brandon Sanderson
“Each time I came crashing down into the ocean porpoiselike, water hit my face like the slap of a jilted lover.”
Brandon Sanderson, Firefight

“Don’t just hit a home run. Knock it out of the park.”
A.D. Posey

Derek Thompson
“This sell something familiar, make it surprising. To sell something surprising, make it familiar.”
Derek Thompson, Hit Makers: Why Things Become Popular

“I NEVER QUIT
NEITHER COPY BY CHIT
SOMETIMES THINGS SPLIT
I DON'T UNDERSTAND A BIT
LIFE HIT N HAS PIT
STILL IN LIFE I FIT
AS A GIFT I ADMIT.”
merlin8thomas

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Love?! When a piece of broke heart hits you.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Colleen McCullough
“You still think love can save us. It's more killing than hate. Hate is so clean, so simple. Like being in the ring. With hate, you just keep hitting back. You hit until they stop hitting back. With love... they never stop." ~ (Frank)”
Colleen McCullough, The Thorn Birds

“I might be fragile like a mirror. You might be the rock.
Hit me all you want.
But still in the end I’ll be the one shining.”
Richa Pandey

“With mankind at the helm you can be rest assured that we'll hit that damn ice-burg sooner or later.”
Anthony T. Hincks.

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