Ribbons Quotes

Collection of top 56 famous quotes about Ribbons

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Ribbons Quotes By Flavia Cacace: Beautiful memories tell our story, and wrap themselves Beautiful memories tell our story, and wrap themselves in ribbons of the heart. Flavia Cacace
Ribbons Quotes By Vanna Bonta: Gifts have ribbons, not strings. Gifts have ribbons, not strings. — Vanna Bonta
Ribbons Quotes By Victor Hugo: exquisite--such was Fantine; and beneath these feminine adornments exquisite--such was Fantine; and beneath these feminine adornments and these ribbons one could divine a statue, and in that statue a soul. — Victor Hugo
Ribbons Quotes By Olivia Wilde: In the next election, can we vote to In the next election, can we vote to ban those ribbon things that kind of keep clothing on hangers but really just hang out of your armpits? — Olivia Wilde
Ribbons Quotes By Slavoj Zizek: True power does not need arrogance, a long True power does not need arrogance, a long beard and a barking voice. True power strangles you with silk ribbons, charm, and intelligence — Slavoj Zizek
Ribbons Quotes By Robert James Waller: She wore ribbons in her black hair and She wore ribbons in her black hair and clung to her dreams — Robert James Waller
Ribbons Quotes By Joseph Gordon-Levitt: The poets pinned tragediesto their chests like ribbons. The poets pinned tragedies
to their chests like ribbons. — Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Ribbons Quotes By V.C. Andrews: Promises are lies wrapped in pretty ribbons -Cinnamon Promises are lies wrapped in pretty ribbons -Cinnamon — V.C. Andrews
Ribbons Quotes By Terry Brooks: And memories, he knew, were not glass treasures And memories, he knew, were not glass treasures to be kept locked within a box. They were bright ribbons to be hung in the wind. — Terry Brooks
Ribbons Quotes By Dr. Seuss: The ribbons! The wrappings! The tags! And the The ribbons! The wrappings! The tags! And the tinsel! The trimmings! The trappings! — Dr. Seuss
Ribbons Quotes By Emmanuel Charles McCarthy: Murder decorated with a ribbon is still murder. Murder decorated with a ribbon is still murder. — Emmanuel Charles McCarthy
Ribbons Quotes By George Carlin: I don't get all choked up about yellow I don't get all choked up about yellow ribbons and American flags. I consider them to be symbols and I leave symbols to the symbol minded. — George Carlin
Ribbons Quotes By Alexandra Bracken: I know I'm going to shred the skin I know I'm going to shred the skin off your face and turn it into hair ribbons. — Alexandra Bracken
Ribbons Quotes By Frank Zappa: Republicans stand for raw, unbridled evil and greed Republicans stand for raw, unbridled evil and greed and ignorance smothered in balloons and ribbons. — Frank Zappa
Ribbons Quotes By Ilona Andrews: He'd laugh in my face, then I'd slice He'd laugh in my face, then I'd slice him to ribbons and then he'd break my neck — Ilona Andrews
Ribbons Quotes By Suzanne Collins: In our world, I rank music somewhere between In our world, I rank music somewhere between hair ribbons and rainbows in terms of usefulness. — Suzanne Collins
Ribbons Quotes By Andre Breton: The art of Frida Kahlo is a ribbon The art of Frida Kahlo is a ribbon around a bomb. — Andre Breton
Ribbons Quotes By Julia Quinn: I've always thought that violet ribbons look especially I've always thought that violet ribbons look especially nice with brown hair. — Julia Quinn
Ribbons Quotes By Sue Monk Kidd: We walked along the river with the words We walked along the river with the words streaming behind us like ribbons in the night. — Sue Monk Kidd
Ribbons Quotes By Roger Bellini: Her hair had fallen out of its ribbons Her hair had fallen out of its ribbons and her knee was scraped. She was exactly everything a little girl should be. — Roger Bellini
Ribbons Quotes By Elizabeth Taylor: John Wayne is as tough as an old John Wayne is as tough as an old nut and as soft as a yellow ribbon. — Elizabeth Taylor
Ribbons Quotes By Amber Dawn: Morning came in through the blinds cutting everything Morning came in through the blinds cutting everything into ribbons. — Amber Dawn
Ribbons Quotes By Cecilia Llompart: I know my breasts, smallas plums, would win I know my breasts, small
as plums, would win no blue ribbons.
But in your hands they tremble and fill
with song like plump, white birds. — Cecilia Llompart
Ribbons Quotes By Karen Marie Moning: She's chiffon and satin ribbons. I'm raw meat She's chiffon and satin ribbons. I'm raw meat and razor blades. — Karen Marie Moning
Ribbons Quotes By Woody Guthrie: As I went walking That ribbon of highway As I went walking That ribbon of highway I saw above me The endless skyway I saw below me The lonesome valley This land was made for you and me. — Woody Guthrie
Ribbons Quotes By Autumn Doughton: I closed my eyes and lay flat With I closed my eyes and lay flat With my back to the ocean And my face to the sky. I lifted my hands and caught ribbons of wind — Autumn Doughton
Ribbons Quotes By Alexis Hall: But that was the strange comfort of long-standing But that was the strange comfort of long-standing friendship - ribbons of familiarity and old love woven through your life. — Alexis Hall
Ribbons Quotes By Haruki Murakami: The girl behind the counter was prim, but The girl behind the counter was prim, but bad at tying ribbons. Inexcusable. — Haruki Murakami
Ribbons Quotes By Napoleon Bonaparte: Men will risk their lives, even die for Men will risk their lives, even die for ribbons. — Napoleon Bonaparte
Ribbons Quotes By Loretta Lynn: I won all the blue ribbons for canning I won all the blue ribbons for canning at the state fair. — Loretta Lynn
Ribbons Quotes By Consuelo De Saint-Exupery: I get all tangled up in your ribbons. I get all tangled up in your ribbons. — Consuelo De Saint-Exupery
Ribbons Quotes By Terry Pratchett: His words drifted across Death's scythe and split His words drifted across Death's scythe and split tidily into two ribbons of consonants and vowels. — Terry Pratchett
Ribbons Quotes By Oscar Wilde: Never trust a woman who wears mauve, whatever Never trust a woman who wears mauve, whatever her age may be, or a woman over thirty-five who is fond of pink ribbons. — Oscar Wilde
Ribbons Quotes By Orson Welles: The cinema has no boundary; it is a The cinema has no boundary; it is a ribbon of dream. — Orson Welles
Ribbons Quotes By Elizabeth Wurtzel: Occasionally I wished I could walk through a Occasionally I wished I could walk through a picture window and have the sharp, broken shards slash me to ribbons so I would finally look like I felt. — Elizabeth Wurtzel
Ribbons Quotes By David Sedaris: Most of my ribbons were for good sportsmanship, Most of my ribbons were for good sportsmanship, a backhanded compliment if ever there was one. — David Sedaris
Ribbons Quotes By Michael Walsh: My best girl wore diesel. Steamy asphalt ribbons My best girl wore diesel. Steamy asphalt ribbons poured over her gravel shoulders. Curves that took me to Zanzibar.... — Michael Walsh
Ribbons Quotes By Napoleon Bonaparte: Give me enough ribbons to place on the Give me enough ribbons to place on the tunics of my soldiers and I can conquer the world. — Napoleon Bonaparte
Ribbons Quotes By Orson Scott Card: History's got no bows on it, only frayed History's got no bows on it, only frayed ends of ribbons and knots that can't be untied. — Orson Scott Card
Ribbons Quotes By Margaret Atwood: How strange to remember typewriters, with their jammed How strange to remember typewriters, with their jammed keys and snarled ribbons and the smudgy carbon paper for copies. — Margaret Atwood
Ribbons Quotes By Hosho McCreesh: They don't give blue ribbons to second-place beers. They don't give blue ribbons to second-place beers. — Hosho McCreesh
Ribbons Quotes By George Orwell: Can you not understand that liberty is worth Can you not understand that liberty is worth more than just ribbons? — George Orwell
Ribbons Quotes By Nalini Singh: I will personally nail his nuts to the I will personally nail his nuts to the floor before slicing him to ribbons. — Nalini Singh
Ribbons Quotes By Eileen Granfors: A few blossoms float into the room. They A few blossoms float into the room. They drop like frayed yellow ribbons on the gray carpet. — Eileen Granfors
Ribbons Quotes By Jesse Ball: And so well did they hide themselves in And so well did they hide themselves in their love that grass grew over their hearts and all their loud songs became indecipherable ribbons of air. — Jesse Ball