Legs Quotes

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George Orwell
“Four legs good, two legs bad.”
George Orwell, Animal Farm

Rick Riordan
“A Vampire!" I stammered. Then I noticed her legs. Below the cheerleader skirt, her left leg was brown and shaggy with a donkey's hoof. Her right leg was shaped like a human leg was it was made of bronze. "Uhh, a vampire with-"
"Don't mention the legs!" Tammi snapped. "It's rude to make fun.”
Rick Riordan, The Battle of the Labyrinth

Roman Payne
“A person does not grow from the ground like a vine or a tree, one is not part of a plot of land. Mankind has legs so it can wander.”
Roman Payne, The Wanderess

Markus Zusak
“And then there's the sickness I feel from looking at legs I can't touch, or at lips that don't smile at me. Or hips that don't reach for me. And hearts that don't beat for me.”
Markus Zusak, Fighting Ruben Wolfe

“We thought everything would be
forgotten, but I still remember your
claws running down my back.

I wonder if you still think about us,
the way I do.

How our legs would crash
into each other in the middle
of the night, and how we ended
up creating the moon in the
confines of our beds.”
Zaeema J. Hussain, The Sky Is Purple

“Afternoon experience: autographing exposed legs, outstretched in lines like matchsticks.

Afternoon epiphany: Those with smooth, hairless legs would soon lose all evidence of my contact when the sweat causes the ink from the marker to run. I am ephemeral. Skepticism would be the reaction to those with thick leg hair, as their curls frazzle the lines of my name outward illegibly. Among the scaly-legged, I flaked off immediately, like I never was at all.”
Benson Bruno, A Story That Talks about Talking Is Like Chatter to Chattering Teeth, and Every Set of Dentures Can Attest to the Fact That No..

Kamand Kojouri
“O woman,
father says natural is beautiful
so why do you redden your cheeks
and blacken your eyes?
Why do you remove the hair on your legs
and draw them into your brows?
Why do you hold your breath
lest your stomach show
and hold your fart
lest they know
that you’re a human? O woman,
father says natural is beautiful
so why do you straighten your hair
to curl it next
and pretend to orgasm
so they think you enjoyed the sex?
Why do you dumb yourself down
and push your breasts up?
Why do you smile when you’re told to
and love when you don’t want to?
When? When
will you stop, woman?
Father says natural is beautiful
but that is doubtful
for what does father know
he’s only a fellow.”
Kamand Kojouri

Talidari
“Showing off legs was on even terms with tossing coins into a fountain, for it improved her chances of getting what she wanted.”
Talidari, Magic Tree

“Every time we mention Gender Equality, merit is usually thrown out of the window. Your ability to deliver is not determined by what is in between the legs but by what is in between your ears.”
DON SANTO

Elizabeth Levy
“Hamilton never had need of sandbags in his stockings.”
Elizabeth Levy, If You Were There When They Signed The Constitution

Ljupka Cvetanova
“High heels? But of course! A lie has short legs.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Jason Medina
“She beckoned for him to come closer and he did. He crawled onto the bed from the bottom and worked his way up to her legs. His hands caressed the smoothness of her recently shaven legs. She moaned at his touch. He hovered over her and she pulled him closer. Their lips met, once more, and, somehow, it was even better than before.”
Jason Medina, The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“We seem to birds to be chained to planet Earth.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Sanjo Jendayi
“Your ideas have legs and just as they run through your head, they could be running through someone else's head and it's just a matter of who gets to the finish line first. Nothing is new under the sun so act on your ideas.”
Sanjo Jendayi

Raymond Chandler
“I didn't ask to see you. You sent for me. I don't mind your ritzing me or drinking your lunch out of a Scotch bottle. I don't mind your showing me your legs. They're very swell legs and it's a pleasure to make their acquaintance. I don't mind if you don't like my manners. They're pretty bad. I grieve over them during the long winter evenings. But don't waste your time trying to cross-examine me.”
Raymond Chandler, The Big Sleep

“Piddle on me, oh joy.
Please, let it flow.
Let it slide between your legs
Like its rose water.”
Maffio Venier

Enock Maregesi
“Askari wa Kirumi alimchoma Yesu mkuki ili andiko litimie. Askari huyo ambaye Biblia haikumtaja jina kwa sababu zilizoko nje ya uwezo wetu, alivyoona kweli amepona na ameona alishuhudia, na ushuhuda wake ulitoka moyoni, ili nasi tupate kusadiki. Wauaji wa Kirumi walipoona kwamba wale wezi waliosulubiwa pamoja na Yesu walikuwa bado hawajakata roho, waliwavunja miguu ili washindwe kupumua na hivyo kuharakisha kifo chao. Kwa upande wa Yesu, waliona alishapoteza fahamu na labda alishafariki. Kuthibitisha hilo askari wa Kirumi alirusha mkuki, nao ukatoboa utando unaozunguka moyo wa Yesu na mapafu ya Yesu, na damu na maji kutoka. Lakini yote hayo yalishatabiriwa miaka mingi kabla ya Yesu: ‘Hakuna hata mfupa wake mmoja utakaovunjwa’ na ‘Nao watamtazama yeye ambaye walimchoma’.”
Enock Maregesi

Jean-Paul Sartre
“Les grandes personnes, établies dans mon âme, montraient du doigt mon étoile; je ne la voyais pas mais je voyais le doigt, je croyais en elles qui prétendaient croire en moi.”
Jean-Paul Sartre

“Fingers with no dexterity and legs too weak to walk, the result of old age and tired old bones.”
Ghillie, Shoal: A Thanet Writers Anthology

Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
“An athlete with a running nose and a running stomach is fortunate. If he combines these ‘runnings’ with a pair of running legs, he is set to run to infinity with the speed of light. He has no rival.”
Vincent Okay Nwachukwu, Weighty 'n' Worthy African Proverbs - Volume 1

Joan Crawford
“There are two more things that I do regularly to keep my legs the way I want them:
1. I just walk around my apartment with my toes pointed straight in. Of course one looks like a pigeon, so do it when you're alone. But try always to walk that way when you're puttering around alone. You'll feel all the leg muscles responding.
2. Bend down and put your palms flat on the floor, keeping your knees straight. Then walk 'fourlegged' across the room (or down the hall if you're sure you won't frighten anyone) and backwards again. This is wonderful for both arm and leg muscles, and it draws blood to the face, which helps the complexion.”
Joan Crawford, My Way of Life

Curtis Tyrone Jones
“‪Your legs spin luminous webs that I still get stuck in every single time.‬”
Curtis Tyrone Jones

Curtis Tyrone Jones
“Wrap your legs around my legs and we'll spread our roots beneath the sheets.”
Curtis Tyrone Jones

Munia Khan
“No one cares about an injured leg of a tiny ant
It has to be healed for its own walking
Such is the norm of nature
which seems to be always unwilling to compromise

From the poem- Altered”
Munia Khan, Fireclay

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Truth has legs that are longer than any of our lies. In time it will catch up to us, not because the truth has longer legs but because lies have no legs.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Truth has legs that are longer than any of our lies. In time it will catch up to us, not because the truth has longer legs, but because lies haven’t got a ‘leg to stand on’ much less any legs to run on.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“Zadnjič sem stopila na tla in po nesreči zravnala
celo mesto.
Od takrat naprej držim noge v zraku.

Na njih gnezdijo male ptice.”
Iva Jevtić, Težnost

Kathleen Glasgow
“If you want to shave your legs, a nurse or orderly has to be present, but no one wants that, and so our legs are like hairy-boy legs.”
Kathleen Glasgow, Girl in Pieces

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