Sloppy Quotes

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Jim Butcher
“My hair had grown out long and shaggy—not in that sexy-young-rock-star kind of way but in that time-to-take-Rover-to-the-groomer kind of way.”
Jim Butcher, White Night

Megan McCafferty
“The average american spends six months of his or her life waiting for red lights to turn green. six months wasted, waiting for permission to move on.”
megan mccafferty

Bryant McGill
“For the vile human pigs in life; the sloppy, disheveled, uncaring dregs, the ungrateful, and especially for the vicious, negative emotional peasants — there will only continue to be the hard and painful lessons you so desperately need. The invisible hand will hold you in your wretched place until your last breath — unless you evolve. If you are cruel and ignorant the invisible fist will pound you into oblivion until you submit, humble yourself and soften your hard heart.”
Bryant McGill, Simple Reminders: Inspiration for Living Your Best Life

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Write at a pace that doesn't surpass your creative flow. Don't be hasty; don't be sloppy. Don't forfeit impressive writing for an impressive word count. Because eventually it will all have to be edited, and you'll find that it is harder to make bad writing good than to make good writing better.”
Richelle E. Goodrich

Giorge Leedy
“Monday is a sloppy umbrella day, which makes everybody a little blue. Cole, dropping by my office in the morning, wastes no time in blowing off steam. "You can TAKE this DAY and SHOVE IT where the SUN DOESN'T SHINE," he growled.
"Too late. Somebody already DID THAT.”
Giorge Leedy

Lorrie Moore
“Tell me something wonderful," he said to Dane. "Tell me that we are going to die dreamfully and loved in our sleep."
"You're always writing one of your plays on the phone," said Dane.
"I said, something wonderful. Say something about springtime."
"It is sloppy and wet. It is a beast from the sea."
"Ah," said Harry.”
Lorrie Moore, Like Life

Steven Magee
“You know your poop is heading in the right direction when you are clean wiping!”
Steven Magee

“Sloppy?” he asked with a frown.

“Yeah…I mean, a fork to the gut would hurt like a bitch and all. But I’ve gotta think I’m winning with a knife to your jugular.” I shifted my other hand so that the plastic knife scraped along the stubble at his throat to draw his attention to it and his smile widened with excitement.

“Well, shit,” he purred. “Looks like I’m done for. You wanna grant a dying man a final request?”
Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti, Caged Wolf