Tire Quotes

Quotes tagged as "tire" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Michael Bassey Johnson
“The more you try to impress, the more you become depressed, and the more they get tired of your coercion. It doesn't make them love you, instead, they'll see you as a little child, trying to draw a senseless picture on a piece of paper, begging people to look at it and admire it by force. You can persuade someone to look at your face, but you can't persuade them to see the beauty therein.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Galt Niederhoffer
“It was understood that they shared the same thresholds--the same inexhaustible appetite for wasting time, for discussing lofty ideas, for dissecting trivial things, for driving to nowhere in particular, for listening to music, for talking about books, for obsessing over pop culture, but mostly for laughing, talking, and simply being together. There was nothing one could say that the other would find too cruel or too kind. And on those rare occasions when they did tire of each other, they needed only go a day without talking before they yearned to reconnect.”
Galt Niederhoffer, The Romantics

Amit Kalantri
“Take care of your car in the garage, and the car will take care of you on the road.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Fredrik Backman
“Because when you love someone very much, it's difficult to learn to share her with someone else.”
Fredrik Backman, My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry

Abraham Lincoln
“I never tire of reading Tom Paine.”
Abraham Lincoln

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Keep Inspiring everyday, because when you retire, you will lose desire, become tired, and expire.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Christina Engela
“The reason for the peculiar name could be found in the whimsical sense of humor of the early colonists who arrived on Deanna several decades in the past and found very little at all there to laugh at. Obsidian Crows might seem funny at first, unless you just happened to ride over one with your Jeepo five miles out of town and didn’t have a spare tire. Although there was a reasonable expectation of hitting one of these diminutive brutes on the roads, this did not happen nearly as often as you might think.”
Christina Engela, Dead Man's Hammer

Christina Engela
“Now I don’t know how many people like to drive a Beetle at that kind of speed (on purpose) but I know I’d rather go down Brickmaker’s Kloof on a bicycle with no brakes! Driving any car at that speed in anything other than an expensive German luxury car on a long, straight autobahn is enough of a risk (let alone the risk of hitting anything) – but if you try that with a Beetle and add a light crosswind, factor in some rubber peeling off your tire, and you’ll more than likely find yourself dancing alone in a dark corner without any music.”
Christina Engela, Bugspray