Rhys Bowen Quotes

Top 17 wise famous quotes and sayings by Rhys Bowen

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Rhys Bowen quotes: All he has is a mangled ankle. I have Americans. All he has is a mangled ankle. I have Americans.
Rhys Bowen quotes: If you're worried about your very life, the last thing you want is small talk. If you're worried about your very life, the last thing you want is small talk.
Rhys Bowen quotes: The words hot, lot, and got were not apart of a ladies vocabulary. The words hot, lot, and got were not apart of a ladies vocabulary.
Rhys Bowen quotes: building in there? Coffins. Lots and lots building in there? Coffins. Lots and lots
Rhys Bowen quotes: It was like smiling at a gargoyle. It was like smiling at a gargoyle.
Rhys Bowen quotes: You know what rumors are like-like a jar full of moths. Once they escape, they're all over the place. You know what rumors are like-like a jar full of moths. Once they escape, they're all over the place.
Rhys Bowen quotes: her head, although the wind was hardly her head, although the wind was hardly
Rhys Bowen quotes: but you must make your own way home. You but you must make your own way home. You
Rhys Bowen quotes: We should all have personal hot air balloons and drift serenely through the clouds. We should all have personal hot air balloons and drift serenely through the clouds.
Rhys Bowen quotes: I know ladies don't sweat, but something was running down my face in great rivulets. I know ladies don't sweat, but something was running down my face in great rivulets.
Rhys Bowen quotes: Mummy always had French maids, and Daddy always chased them. It kept their marriage happy. Mummy always had French maids, and Daddy always chased them. It kept their marriage happy.
Rhys Bowen quotes: Why is it that there is this misconception that dark equals good. That only applies to chocolate. Why is it that there is this misconception that dark equals good. That only applies to chocolate.
Rhys Bowen quotes: Is he one of us, or strictly NOCD? (Which, in case you don't know is shorthand for 'Not our class, dear'.) Is he one of us, or strictly NOCD? (Which, in case you don't know is shorthand for 'Not our class, dear'.)
Rhys Bowen quotes: A man in love does not notice the cut of the dress, but rather a face of a beloved. A man in love does not notice the cut of the dress, but rather a face of a beloved.