Old Ladies Quotes

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James Dashner
“He whipped out his sheet, then pulled it over himself and wrapped it tightly around his face like an old woman in a shawl.
'How do I look?'
'Like the ugliest shanky girl I’ve ever seen,' Minho responded. 'You better thank the gods above you were born a dude.'
'Thanks.”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

Alison Larkin
“Longevity-and sanity. Eccentric old ladies on Harleys I can deal with.”
Alison Larkin, The English American

Margaret Atwood
“They have a certain gaiety to them, a power of invention, they don't care what people think. They have escaped, though what it is they've escaped from isn't clear to us. We think that their bizarre costumes, their verbal tics, are chosen, and that when the time comes we also will be free to choose. "That's what I'm going to be like,”
Margaret Atwood, Cat's Eye

Shannon Wiersbitzky
“There’s no accounting for the opinions of old ladies. They think everyone is cute.”
Shannon Wiersbitzky, What Flowers Remember

Cathy Dobson
“These ladies with Dachshunde are the most dangerous, violent and evil beings ever to stalk the streets in search of cyclists to maim and kill.”
Cathy Dobson, Planet Germany