Tequila Quotes

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Mark Z. Danielewski
“Sublime is something you choke on after a shot of tequila.”
Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves

Tom Robbins
“Now tequila may be the favored beverage of outlaws but that doesn't mean it gives them preferential treatment. In fact, tequila probably has betrayed as many outlaws as has the central nervous system and dissatisfied wives. Tequila, scorpion honey, harsh dew of the doglands, essence of Aztec, crema de cacti; tequila, oily and thermal like the sun in solution; tequila, liquid geometry of passion; Tequila, the buzzard god who copulates in midair with the ascending souls of dying virgins; tequila, firebug in the house of good taste; O tequila, savage water of sorcery, what confusion and mischief your sly, rebellious drops do generate!”
Tom Robbins, Still Life with Woodpecker

Craig Ferguson
“If I have a near-beer, I’m near beer. And if I’m near beer, I’m close to tequila. And if I’m close to tequila, I’m adjacent to cocaine.”
Craig Ferguson

Wendy Higgins
“I knew I hated straight shots of anything except tequila. I was definitely a tequila girl.”
Wendy Higgins, Sweet Evil

Danny Wallace
“At first I assumed he was a Mexican, but slowly began to realise that a real Mexican probably wouldn't be wearing a sombrero in a London nightclub. And he'd probably have a real moustache, not a stick-on one. A Mexican with a stick-on moustache would be like a Super-Mexican, because he'd have two moustaches, and that'd be cool, because a Super-Mexican could probably use his poncho as a cape, and then I realised I was saying all this to the man's face.”
Danny Wallace, Yes Man

Fredrik Backman
“Very few people have that effect. Very few people are tequila and champagne at the same time.”
Fredrik Backman, Beartown

Rachel Hollis
“Tequila makes me dream up things like dance battles.”
Rachel Hollis, Party Girl

Laurie Perez
“We pick up our shots and for the first time there's a total absence of sound in the room. From the ceiling, shy silver things blink and wait. Dennis doesn't sit, but hovers at the edge of the table, leaning in with a darkroom perfected slump. His hair hangs like its edges were dipped in lead. Thin spears pointing to the table. I'm looking at his face; we're both serious in a self-aware way, pretending not to notice.

"It doesn't even feel like I left. God, you look fucking terrible. But it's a terrible face that drinks tequila well. Down. And cheers."

We force a dull clash of cups and pour everything down at once. The hard tequila shudders that never happen in the movies. First your head feels light, then it starts receiving the distress signals from throat, lungs, belly. Your shoulders jerk to shake off the snake that wrapped around you and squeezed. It burns. The good burn.”
Laurie Perez, Torpor: Though the Heart Is Warm

Joan Rylen
“At least the tequila’s not blue. Right Lucy?”
Joan Rylen

Donya Soltis
“Drink [the shot of tequila], Mia." He repeated, quietly, using my name this time. He leaned in close to me so that I could feel the heat of his body. "Believe me," His eyes locked on mine and in a hoarse voice he whispered, "you're going to want to be drunk for what I'm going to do to you tonight.”
Donya Petrock, Six Ways From Sunday

Alan LeMay
“There is a great independence, and a confident immunity to risk, in all drinks made out of cactus.”
Alan LeMay, The Searchers

Jennifer     Harrison
“After three hundred miles of musicians and endless tequila shots, the tour bus driver had never been more eager to dump us in the middle of another small, sober town.”
Jennifer Harrison, Write like no one is reading

Laurie Perez
“Someday I want to go back to San Felipe de Jesus and find the Jesus in that place. Someday I want to trap myself in those washboard towns, Aconchi, Magdalena; I want to meet their saints someday. I would ask them if they have ever been in love.

I don't mean the syrup they lay on you in the media. I mean the meat of love, the hardness of it, the ice water that wakes you up into the heat of day. The Mexico of love, with rocks, pickup trucks, fat men and sugary children. Cock-sure, moonlit tequila, sweet lime, metallic bed for secret touching. Did they ever reach that side of life? Those mealy saints with their crosses on their backs, did they have enough stomach for the midnight lunch of love?”
Laurie Perez, Torpor: Though the Heart Is Warm

“Stop trying to make everyone happy. You're not tequila.”
Emmy Rossum

“It would not be until darkness had taken indisputable control over the land, until the flames of the bonfire created an unreal world of shadows, until tequila and mescal untied men from their somber selves.”
Warren Eyster, The Goblins of Eros

Nadja Baer
“There was something about Mikie that made me want to trust him. It might have been the Centanario Anejo.”
Nadja Baer, Redemption

Tracie Daily
“With Angela's help I'd become much more confidant in my abilities yet I still didn't know who I was, what music I liked or felt stable enough to set my home up as a home and why was I training? It made me feel better but it wasn't leading to a fight so what was the point? I let the art therapy or self work as I'd started calling it slack and I'd stopped meditating. Before I knew it I was taking the late night parties home with me. Just a small bottle of baileys of a night and then within weeks I was getting up hungover, going for a run and picking up more on the way home. I'd just survived, I'd won at everything and who cared? What did it change? One night I fell off a P.C chair and cracked a rib because I'd drank tequila too fast,”
Tracie Daily, CHECKMATE: Care Abuse Love Murder

Gustavo Arellano
“gasps a little, blinks his eyes three or four times and indulges in a convulsive shiver”
Gustavo Arellano, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America