Tongue Quotes

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Mikhail Bulgakov
“The tongue may hide the truth but the eyes—never!”
Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita

Kamand Kojouri
“Like a child who saves their favourite food on the plate for last, I try to save all thoughts of you for the end of the day so I can dream with the taste of you on my tongue.”
Kamand Kojouri

Sidney Sheldon
“Just remember, when someone has an accent, it means that he knows one more language than you do.”
Sidney Sheldon, Windmills of the Gods

Vera Nazarian
“Once upon a time there were two countries, at war with each other. In order to make peace after many years of conflict, they decided to build a bridge across the ocean.

But because they never learned each other’s language properly, they could never agree on the details, so the two halves of the bridge they started to build never met.

To this day the bridge extends far into the ocean from both sides, and simply ends half way, miles in the wrong direction from the meeting point.

And the two countries are still at war.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Kamand Kojouri
“For me,
you are fresh water
that falls from trees
when it has stopped raining. For me,
you are cinnamon that lingers
on the tongue and gives
bitter words
sweetening.
For me, you are the scent of
violins and vision
of valleys
smiling.
And still,
for me, your loveliness never ends.
It traverses
the world
and finds its
way back to me.
Only
me.”
Kamand Kojouri

Josh Billings
“The best time for you to hold your tongue is the time you feel you must say something or bust.”
Josh Billings

Mark Tufo
“I see a tongue! Some asshole is licking my peephole.”
Mark Tufo, Zombie Fallout

“The chatterer reveals every corner of his shallow mind.”
Mike Bell

Jay Wickre
“A bitter man needs to place his troubles on the front of his tongue so that they taste sweeter.”
Jay Wickre, Dubious Musings of a Peculiar Man

Toba Beta
“There are many things which can not be expressed by words.
There are many words which can not be spelled by human tongue.
There are many tongues which utter one single truth.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Israelmore Ayivor
“Words can be medicines; they can also be poisons. Words can heal; they can also kill... It all depends on how, when and where they are use and against whom! Let us not abuse our words. It's a misuse of the tongue!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Sonia Rumzi
“I go silent so I can write. When my tongue is wagging my fingers are silent.”
Sonia Rumzi, Simple Conversation

Paulo Coelho
“It's now what enters men's mouths that's evil. It's what comes out of their mouths that is.”
Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

Israelmore Ayivor
“Be polite in your speeches. Good information rudely communicated will make no positive difference.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Mine Your Gold: How to Dig Up and Optimize Your Hidden Greatness

Anthony Trollope
“A woman's weapon is her tongue.”
Anthony Trollope, The Way We Live Now

Thomas  Harris
“Show Dr. Princi your teeth. That's right, let's see 'em all. Christ, Sparks, is that your tongue or are you swallowing a squirrel? Keep moving -”
Thomas Harris, Red Dragon

“Pick your words carefully as it has the power to make the sentence beautiful or ugly.....”
Adil Adam Memon

Israelmore Ayivor
“Your skull encloses your brains. But never forget that anytime you open your mouth to talk, you have opened your mind for the entire world to see what is hidden in there!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

A.E.H. Veenman
“Thieves and liars kill indirectly, unintentionally, and with no other weapon than their tongues and malice.”
A.E.H. Veenman

Israelmore Ayivor
“Every time you speak, you are either building up yourself for the better or you are limiting yourself for the worse. Words carry power, therefore before you speak out, speak in... and test your words!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“You don't need to kill with a sword, the tongue can do equally a better job and police will not knock on your door”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Simone Elkeles
“Forget about that and kiss me," I say.
I weave my hands in her hair. She wraps her arms around my neck as I trace the valley between her lips with my tongue. Parting her lips, I deepen the kiss. It's like a tango, first moving slow and rhythmic and then, when we're both panting and our tongues collide, the kiss turns into a hot, fast dance I never want to end. Carmen's kisses may have been hot, but Brittany's are more sensual, sexy, and extremely addictive.
We're still in the car, but it's cramped and the front seats don't give us enough room. Before I know it, we've moved to the backseat. Still not ideal, but I hardly notice.
I'm so getting into her moans and kisses and hands in my hair. And the smell of vanilla cookies. I'm not going to push her too far tonight. But without thinking, my hand slowly moves up her bare thigh.
"It feels so good," she says breathlessly.
I lean her back while my hands explore on their own. My lips caress the hollow of her neck as I ease down the strap to her dress and bra. In response, she unbuttons my shirt. When it's open, her fingers roam over my chest and shoulders, searing my skin.
"You're . . . perfect," she pants.
Right now I'm not gonna argue with her. Moving lower, my tongue follows a path down to her silky skin exposed to the night air. She grabs the back of my hair, urging me on. She tastes so damn good. Too good. !Caramelo!
I pull away a few inches and capture her gaze with mine, those shining sapphires glowing with desire. Talk about perfect.
"I want you, chula," I say, my voice hoarse.”
Simone Elkeles, Perfect Chemistry

Gift Gugu Mona
“Remember that it is quicker to destroy than build, so be careful of what you do even with your own tongue.”
Gift Gugu Mona

Thomm Quackenbush
“Her beauty was enough to get her into most any situation she desired and her tongue—sharp and venomous—was enough to get her out again.”
Thomm Quackenbush, Danse Macabre (Night's Dream, #2)

“The tongue is the soft weapon that kills subtly.”
Jaime Tenorio Valenzuela

Israelmore Ayivor
“To know if someone can speak offensively or politely, don’t give him poem to recite; don’t give him a song to sing. Just engage him in an argument and you will know it for yourself who he is.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Leaders' Ladder

Michael Hyatt
“Watch your mouth: The language we use creates the reality we experience.”
Michael Hyatt

George MacDonald
“Ignorance is no reason with a fool for holding his tongue.”
George MacDonald, Mary Marston

“Many believers use truth as a license to righteously diminish others’ reputations.”
R. Kent Hughes, Disciplines of a Godly Man

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