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Dorothy's Quotes By Danielle Paige: For everything that's wonderful, there's something wicked, too. For everything that's wonderful, there's something wicked, too. That's the price you pay for magic. It's worth it, I thought. Danielle Paige
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Garlock: It's so Quite around here, I'm sure I It's so Quite around here, I'm sure I heard a Bird Fart! Dorothy Garlock
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: There is only one kind of wisdom that There is only one kind of wisdom that has any social value, and that is the knowledge of one's own limitations. Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Day: For me Christ was not to be bought For me Christ was not to be bought for thirty pieces of silver but with my heart's blood. We buy not cheap in this market. Dorothy Day
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Then if my friendships break and bend, There's Then if my friendships break and bend, There's little need to cry The while I know that every foe Is faithful till I die. Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Ducking for apples change one letter and it's Ducking for apples
change one letter and it's the story of my life.
Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Gilman: People need dreams, there's as much nourishment in People need dreams, there's as much nourishment in 'em as food. Dorothy Gilman
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Cottrell: I also discovered that I was a poet. I also discovered that I was a poet. From the standpoint of one's family this is probably a regrettable discovery ... Dorothy Cottrell
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Koomson: That's what came from having romance in your That's what came from having romance in your soul. You believe in things like love at first sight and perfect presents. — Dorothy Koomson
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: [Completely bored by a country weekend, wiring to [Completely bored by a country weekend, wiring to a friend:] For heaven's sake, rush me a loaf of bread, enclosing saw and file. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: Heaven deliver us, what's a poet? Something that Heaven deliver us, what's a poet? Something that can't go to bed without making a song about it. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Gambrell: If television's a babysitter, the Internet is a If television's a babysitter, the Internet is a drunk librarian who won't shut up. — Dorothy Gambrell
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: One knows, when all one's life one has One knows, when all one's life one has walked in dangerous places, when the silence is that of ambush and when the silence is that of emptiness. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Hamill: If you don't know a lot about figure If you don't know a lot about figure skating, it's easy to fall in love with ice dancing because it's so romantic and so theatrical. — Dorothy Hamill
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Thompson: Fear grows in darkness; if you think there's Fear grows in darkness; if you think there's a bogeyman around, turn on the light. — Dorothy Thompson
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Allison: What's the best thing you can do for What's the best thing you can do for your writing? Construct a boring life. — Dorothy Allison
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: A smile, bracketing his still mouth, spread like A smile, bracketing his still mouth, spread like bane over Lymond's pale face. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By L. Frank Baum: Get lost, Dorothy." "It's the thing we don't Get lost, Dorothy." "It's the thing we don't expect, Billina, that usually happens," observed the girl, thoughtfully. — L. Frank Baum
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy M. Richardson: Stream of consciousness is a muddle-headed phrase. It Stream of consciousness is a muddle-headed phrase. It is not a stream, it's a pool, a sea, an ocean. — Dorothy M. Richardson
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: I feel I deserve a little amusement at I feel I deserve a little amusement at someone else's expense. That is all. I have worked for it. I have paid for it. And I propose to have it. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: The glass-blower's cat is bompstable, said Mr. Parker The glass-blower's cat is bompstable, said Mr. Parker aloud and distinctly. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Mrs. Whittaker's dress was always studiously suited to Mrs. Whittaker's dress was always studiously suited to its occasion; thus, her bearing had always that calm that only the correctly attired may enjoy. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Koomson: It's the ones you love the most who It's the ones you love the most who can lift you in an instant, and destroy you without trying. — Dorothy Koomson
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Salisbury Davis: There's no snobbery like that of the poor There's no snobbery like that of the poor toward one another. — Dorothy Salisbury Davis
Dorothy's Quotes By L. Frank Baum: He is my dog, Toto," answered Dorothy."Is he He is my dog, Toto," answered Dorothy.
"Is he made of tin, or stuffed?" asked the Lion.
"Neither. He's a
a
a meat dog," said the girl. — L. Frank Baum
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Bussy: How can one bathe without undressing, or write How can one bathe without undressing, or write without laying bare one's soul? — Dorothy Bussy
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: But the worse you express yourself these days But the worse you express yourself these days the more profound people think you
though that's nothing new. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Duncan Roy: Whether it's Dorothy Parker or Oscar Wilde, they're Whether it's Dorothy Parker or Oscar Wilde, they're brilliant with genius bon mots. Of course, I find them extraordinary. — Duncan Roy
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: I wanted to be cute. That's the terrible I wanted to be cute. That's the terrible thing. I should have had more sense. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Clark: No, I have slept enough, and I like No, I have slept enough, and I like looking outside. It makes me hopeful. There is nothing like God's sunshine to cheer you up. — Dorothy Clark
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dix: Drying a widow's tears is one of the Drying a widow's tears is one of the most dangerous occupations known to man. — Dorothy Dix
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Gilman: It's compassion that makes gods of us. It's compassion that makes gods of us. — Dorothy Gilman
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: If you want your own way, God will If you want your own way, God will let you have it. Hell is the enjoyment of one's own way forever. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: It's very inconvenient being a sculptor. It's like It's very inconvenient being a sculptor. It's like playing the double-bass; one's so handicapped by one's baggage. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: And, surprisingly, it was Lymond's voice which said And, surprisingly, it was Lymond's voice which said sharply, 'You cannot debar a human being from love! — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Madeline Sheehan: You got a nickname, little Dorothy Matthews? 'Cause You got a nickname, little Dorothy Matthews? 'Cause that's a fuckin' mouthful, right there. Not that I mind a mouthful of pretty girl. — Madeline Sheehan
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Where's the man that could ease a heart Where's the man that could ease a heart like a satin gown? — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: I can't think why fancy religions should have I can't think why fancy religions should have such a ghastly effect on one's grammar. It's a kind of intellectual rot that sets in, I'm afraid. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: I beg your pardon," said Lord Peter, "I I beg your pardon," said Lord Peter, "I was quoting poetry. Very silly of me. I got the habit at my mother's knee and I can't break myself of it. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Kilgallen: Sodomy is in the Bible, to be read Sodomy is in the Bible, to be read in churches. I wouldn't rule it out of Mr. Bruce's act if he cares to comment on it. — Dorothy Kilgallen
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: If you will excuse us?''Go to Sir Henry's If you will excuse us?'

'Go to Sir Henry's room,' Lady Mary called after her. 'And if you use weapons, be sure to call witnesses. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Of Orson Welles: It's like meeting God without Of Orson Welles: It's like meeting God without dying. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: There's something hypnotic about the word tea. There's something hypnotic about the word tea. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Taking somebody's sacrifices is like taking counterfeit money. Taking somebody's sacrifices is like taking counterfeit money. You're only the poorer. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Newton's Fourth Law: Every action has an equal Newton's Fourth Law: Every action has an equal and opposite satisfaction. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Norman: Myths of the heroes speak most eloquently of Myths of the heroes speak most eloquently of man's quest to choose life over death. — Dorothy Norman
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Hamill: One naively thinks that by winning the Olympics, One naively thinks that by winning the Olympics, it's going to be this switch, and then your life is going to be perfect, and that's not reality. — Dorothy Hamill
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Hamill: I wouldn't say that there's ever been an I wouldn't say that there's ever been an Olympic champion that didn't deserve to win an Olympic Gold Medal. — Dorothy Hamill
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: I don't mind anything that's written about me, I don't mind anything that's written about me, as long as it's not true. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: The autobiography is at one and the same The autobiography is at one and the same time a single element in the series of the writer's created works and an interpretation of the whole series. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Allison: It's fun to tease people about where fiction It's fun to tease people about where fiction and life intersect. — Dorothy Allison
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Salisbury Davis: It's a great wonder to me, the Irish It's a great wonder to me, the Irish attachment to our history. What is it but a series of lamentations? — Dorothy Salisbury Davis
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Malone: Sirk was every woman's dream of a director. Sirk was every woman's dream of a director. — Dorothy Malone
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Why is it no one sent me yet Why is it no one sent me yet one perfect limousine, do you suppose? Ah no, it's always just my luck to get one perfect rose. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: Some people's blameless lives are to blame for Some people's blameless lives are to blame for a good deal. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: I see,' said Jerott slowly. 'You've thought it I see,' said Jerott slowly. 'You've thought it all out.'

'That's what I do,' said Lymond. 'I sit on my brood-patch and think. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Hollywood money isn't money. It's congealed snow, melts Hollywood money isn't money. It's congealed snow, melts in your hand, and there you are. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Every love's the love beforeIn a duller dress. Every love's the love before
In a duller dress. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: The planet's tyrant, dotard Death, had held his The planet's tyrant, dotard Death, had held his gray mirror before them for a moment and shown them the image of things to come. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Allison: If you write a book that's as powerful If you write a book that's as powerful and successful as 'Bastard,' there's a strong desire to prove there's something else. — Dorothy Allison
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: To know one's own limitations is the hallmark To know one's own limitations is the hallmark of competence. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Day: If we love each other enough, we will If we love each other enough, we will bear with each other's faults and burdens. — Dorothy Day
Dorothy's Quotes By Danielle Paige: You say wicked like it's a good thing. You say wicked like it's a good thing. — Danielle Paige
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: Summer makes me drowsy. Autumn makes me sing. Summer makes me drowsy. Autumn makes me sing. Winter's pretty lousy, but I hate Spring. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Day: Christ is God or He is the world's Christ is God or He is the world's greatest liar and imposter. — Dorothy Day
Dorothy's Quotes By Richelle Mead: What's purple mean?"Adrian put his hand on the What's purple mean?"
Adrian put his hand on the door. "Gotta go, Sage. Dont want to keep Dorothy waiting — Richelle Mead
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: Lymond's behaviour, as always, went to the limits Lymond's behaviour, as always, went to the limits of polite usage and then hurtled off into space. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: [On Katharine Hepburn's stage performance:] She ran the [On Katharine Hepburn's stage performance:] She ran the whole gamut of emotions, from A to B. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: I often think when a man's once past I often think when a man's once past a certain age, the older he grows the tougher he gets, and women the same or more so. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: My land is bare of chattering folk; / My land is bare of chattering folk; / the clouds are low along the ridges, / and sweet's the air with curly smoke / from all my burning bridges. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: I'm going back to Russia. That's where the I'm going back to Russia. That's where the money is, and the power. And, of course, the ladies. — Dorothy Dunnett
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: Sex is every man's loco spot ... he'll Sex is every man's loco spot ... he'll take a disappointment, but not a humiliation. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Koomson: Whe you're so infatuated with someone like I Whe you're so infatuated with someone like I was with Drew,it's very difficult to see them for what they really are — Dorothy Koomson
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: His [Lord Peter's] long, amiable face looked as His [Lord Peter's] long, amiable face looked as if it had generated spontaneously from his top hat, as white maggots breed from Gorgonzola. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Canfield Fisher: There's no such thing as luck. Nothing ever There's no such thing as luck. Nothing ever just happens to anybody ... nothing can really happen to a person till he lets it happen. — Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Dorothy's Quotes By Amy Childs: I've worked so hard for years, and it's I've worked so hard for years, and it's just incredible to see my clothes in Dorothy Perkins. I got quite emotional at the launch. — Amy Childs
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: But you see, I can believe a thing But you see, I can believe a thing without understanding it. It's all a matter of training. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Osborne: All letters, methinks, should be free and easy All letters, methinks, should be free and easy as one's discourse, not studied, as an oration, nor made up of hard words like a charm ... — Dorothy Osborne
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: But that's men all over ... Poor dears, But that's men all over ... Poor dears, they can't help it. They haven't got logical minds. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Lamour: It's a treat to be kissed, even goodbye. It's a treat to be kissed, even goodbye. — Dorothy Lamour
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: There's nothing you can't prove if your outlook There's nothing you can't prove if your outlook is only sufficiently limited. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: [On Lou Tellegen's Women Have Been Kind:] The [On Lou Tellegen's Women Have Been Kind:] The book ... has all the elegance of a quirked little finger and all the glitter of a pair of new rubbers. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Sarnoff: Shyness is I-ness. Shyness is really wondering if Shyness is I-ness. Shyness is really wondering if you have other people's approval. — Dorothy Sarnoff
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Rowe: 'Not spoiling' a child means trying to break 'Not spoiling' a child means trying to break that child's spirit. — Dorothy Rowe
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Day: You will know your vocation by the joy You will know your vocation by the joy that it brings you. You will know. You will know when it's right. — Dorothy Day
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy B. Hughes: It's harder to come back than it is It's harder to come back than it is to arrive. — Dorothy B. Hughes
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Grover Bolton: Silence isn't always golden; sometimes it's just yellow. Silence isn't always golden; sometimes it's just yellow. — Dorothy Grover Bolton
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Parker: The sun's gone dim, and the moon's gone The sun's gone dim, and the moon's gone black. For I loved him, and he didn't love back. — Dorothy Parker
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: It's not the innocent young things that need It's not the innocent young things that need gentle handling
it's the ones that have been frightened and hurt. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy's Quotes By Dorothy Allison: It's important to set challenges that you're not It's important to set challenges that you're not sure you're equal to. — Dorothy Allison
Dorothy's Quotes By L. Frank Baum: Is it a toy?" asked Button-Bright softly."No, dear," Is it a toy?" asked Button-Bright softly.

"No, dear," answered Dorothy; "it's better than that. It's the fairy dwelling of a fairy prince. — L. Frank Baum