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Cheered Up Sayings By Douglas Adams: Mrs E. Kapelsen of Boston, Massachusetts was an elderly lady, indeed, she felt her life Mrs E. Kapelsen of Boston, Massachusetts was an elderly lady, indeed, she felt her life was nearly at an end. She had seen a lot of it, been puzzled by some, but, she was a little uneasy to feel at this late stage, bored by too much. It had all been very pleasant, but perhaps a little too explicable, a little too routine.
With a sigh she flipped up the little plastic window shutter and looked out over the wing.
At first she thought she ought to call the stewardess, but then she thought no, damn it, definitely not, this was for her, and her alone.
By the time her two inexplicable people finally slipped back off the wing and tumbled into the slipstream she had cheered up an awful lot.
She was mostly immensely relieved to think that virtually everything that anybody had ever told her was wrong. — Douglas Adams
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Cheered Up Sayings By Jack Dee: There were a few teachers who just did not like me because of my face. There were a few teachers who just did not like me because of my face. Once, I was told to stand in the corner until I cheered up. The attitude was, 'Oh, for God's sake, what's the matter with him?' But it's just a natural expression. — Jack Dee
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Cheered Up Sayings By J.D. Robb: She leaned down until they were eye to eye. "His wife loved him. That's no She leaned down until they were eye to eye. "His wife loved him. That's no bullshit. I love you."
"That's no bullshit."
"If I found out you were screwing around on me, could I off you?" He inclined his head. "I believe I've already been informed you'd be doing the rhumba - after appropriate lessons - on my cold, dead body."
"Yeah. Yeah." It cheered her up. "Just not sure pink Jolene has the stones for that."
"Jimmy Jay was in violation of the ... which commandment is it that deals with adultery?"
"How the hell would I know, especially since I wouldn't wait for you to face your eternal punishment, should you be in said violation, before I rhumba'd my ass off."
"Such is true love."
"Bet your excellent ass. I got the vibe he might've been screwing around, but maybe I'm just a cynical so-and-so."
Pleased with her, Roarke tapped a finger over the dent in her chin. "You are, but you're my cynical so-and-so. — J.D. Robb
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Cheered Up Sayings By Charles Lindbergh: We found a water pipe, tied the flag to it and put it up. Then We found a water pipe, tied the flag to it and put it up. Then all hell broke loose below. Troops cheered, ships blew whistles, some men openly wept. — Charles Lindbergh
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Cheered Up Sayings By John Milton: And now the sun with more effectual beams Had cheered the face of earth, and And now the sun with more effectual beams Had cheered the face of earth, and dried the wet From drooping plant, or dropping tree; the birds, Who all things now behold more fresh and green, After a night of storm so ruinous, Cleared up their choicest notes in bush and spray, To gratulate the sweet return of morn. — John Milton
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Cheered Up Sayings By Cornelia Funke: They were her home when she was somewhere strange. They were familiar voices, friends that They were her home when she was somewhere strange. They were familiar voices, friends that never quarreled with her, clever, powerful friends - daring and knowledgable, tried and tested adventurers who had traveled far and wide. Her books cheered her up when she was sad and kept her from being bored while Mo cut leather and fabric to the right size and re-stitched old pages that over countless years had grown fragile from the many fingers leafing through them. — Cornelia Funke
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Cheered Up Sayings By Steve Martin: One day I was particularly gloomy, and Jim asked me what the matter was. I One day I was particularly gloomy, and Jim asked me what the matter was. I told him my high school girlfriend (for all of two weeks) had broken up with me. He said, "Oh, that'll happen a lot." The knowledge that this horrid grief was simply a part of life's routine cheered me up almost instantly. — Steve Martin
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Cheered Up Sayings By Hilary Duff: Not so much for Carnival?" I asked Ben playfully, hooking my arm through his."Not so Not so much for Carnival?" I asked Ben playfully, hooking my arm through his.
"Not so much for driving through Carnival," Ben amended.
"Too tough for you?"
"I travel with you. Nothing's too tough for me."
"Not even that guy?"
He turned to look, and the minute his attention was diverted, I raced to the elevators.
"Hey!" Ben cried, and ran after me, but I dove and pressed the button first.
"Yes!" I cheered.
"Loser," Ben said.
"Actually, I just won. Let's go up and change, then we can hit the Samba Parade."
"Change? But I like you just the way you are."
"You are such a dork."
Ben nodded, accepting the title with grace as the elevator arrived. — Hilary Duff
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Cheered Up Sayings By Kelly Ripa: In some ways, her life is so much worse that everybody else's, people feel almost In some ways, her life is so much worse that everybody else's, people feel almost cheered up and inspired. They feel like, 'If Hayley hasn't killed herself, why should I?' — Kelly Ripa
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Cheered Up Sayings By Kristiane Backer: Boys will always be boys,' he said. 'The relationship obviously wasn't meant to be.' He Boys will always be boys,' he said. 'The relationship obviously wasn't meant to be.' He told me I should trust that the break-up was for the best, even if I couldn't see that yet. As with every form of suffering, heartache brings with it catharsis, and turns us into better human beings. 'It is like an iron in the furnace that is beaten into shape,' he said. These bad experiences were ultimately a good sign because God tests the ones He loves. That might be why He has so few friends,' he added dryly. His words cheered me up a bit. — Kristiane Backer
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Cheered Up Sayings By Neal Stephenson: Daniel was slow to take up the cheer. But when he did, he meant it. Daniel was slow to take up the cheer. But when he did, he meant it. This was politics. It was ugly, it was irrational, but it was preferable to war. Roger was being cheered because he had won. What did it mean to win? It meant being cheered. So Daniel huzzahed, as lustily as his dry pipes and creaky ribs would permit, and was astounded to see the way people came a-running: not only the Quality from their town-houses, but hooligans and Vagabonds from bonfire-strewn fields to the north, to throng around Roger and cheer him. Not because they agreed with his positions, or even knew who he was, but because he was plainly enough the man of the hour. — Neal Stephenson
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Cheered Up Sayings By David Levithan: Oh, honey," she says when I'm done with my wallowing, "it's like my grandma used Oh, honey," she says when I'm done with my wallowing, "it's like my grandma used to say: Just when you think life's got you in a gutter, a tornado will come along and destroy your house."
"And then you rebuild?" I ask.
"Well, she never mentioned that part, but I suppose it could happen."
I am not cheered up. — David Levithan
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Cheered Up Sayings By Catherine Gilbert Murdock: And that's where our conversation went from there, than God, both of us laughing our And that's where our conversation went from there, than God, both of us laughing our butts off at the thought of a hoops game between two teams on intravenous fluids. Which makes absolutely no sense at all; I know that. But that's why it cheered me up, because it was so absolutely stupid. It cheered me up more than I'd ever thought I'd be cheered up again. — Catherine Gilbert Murdock
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Cheered Up Sayings By Nick Hornby: His father fell off a window-ledge. No wonder his mum had cheered up. His father fell off a window-ledge. No wonder his mum had cheered up. — Nick Hornby
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Cheered Up Sayings By William Zinsser: Writing is such lonely work that I try to keep myself cheered up. If something Writing is such lonely work that I try to keep myself cheered up. If something strikes me as funny in the act of writing, I throw it in just to amuse myself. If I think it's funny I assume a few other people will find it funny, and that seems to me to be a good day's work. — William Zinsser
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Cheered Up Sayings By William Zinsser: Writing is such a lonely work that I try to keep myself cheered up. Writing is such a lonely work that I try to keep myself cheered up. — William Zinsser
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Cheered Up Sayings By Saul D. Alinsky: History is made up of "moral" judgments based on politics. We condemned Lenin's acceptance of History is made up of "moral" judgments based on politics. We condemned Lenin's acceptance of money from the Germans in 1917 but were discreetly silent while our Colonel William B. Thompson in the same year contributed a million dollars to the anti-Bolsheviks in Russia. As allies of the Soviets in World War II we praised and cheered communist guerrilla tactics when the Russians used them against the Nazis during the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union; we denounce the same tactics when they are used by communist forces in different parts of the world against us. The opposition's means, used against us, are always immoral and our means are always ethical and rooted in the highest of human values. — Saul D. Alinsky
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Cheered Up Sayings By Cecilia Ryan: You flatter me, my dear girl." He demurred playfully with a small bow. Rose always You flatter me, my dear girl." He demurred playfully with a small bow. Rose always cheered him up.
"You've got a nice bum." She shrugged with a bright, cheerful grin. Seeing her happy was always a pleasure.
"That opinion seems to run in your family. Your father said the same to me on numerous occasions. Sadly, he followed it up with 'but it's in the way of the television'." Eric smiled wryly — Cecilia Ryan
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Cheered Up Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: Through their wickedness we were divided amongst ourselves; and the better to keep their thrones Through their wickedness we were divided amongst ourselves; and the better to keep their thrones and be at ease, they armed the Druze to fight the Arab, and stirred up the Shiite to attack the Sunnite, and encouraged the Kurdish to butcher the Bedouin, and cheered the Mohammedan to dispute with the Christian. Until when shall a brother continue killing his own brother upon his mother's bosom? Until when shall the Cross be kept apart from the Crescent before the eyes of God? Oh Liberty, hear us, and speak in behalf of but one individual, for a great fire is started with a small spark. Oh Liberty, awaken but one heart with the rustling of thy wings, for from one cloud alone comes the lightning which illuminates the pits of the valleys and the tops of the mountains. Disperse with thy power these black clouds and descend like thunder and destroy the thrones that were built upon the bones and skulls of our ancestors. — Kahlil Gibran
Cheered Up Sayings By Sam Walter Foss: W'en you see a man in woe, Walk right up and say hullo. Say hullo W'en you see a man in woe, Walk right up and say hullo. Say hullo and how d'ye do, How's the world a-usin' you? . W'en you travel through the strange Country t'other side the range, Then the souls you've cheered will know Who you be, an' say hullo. — Sam Walter Foss
Cheered Up Sayings By Shelly Laurenston: He hitched Blayne up a little higher. "I have a question first.""Of course I'll marry He hitched Blayne up a little higher. "I have a question first."
"Of course I'll marry you! " Blayne cheered, throwing her arms around his neck.
"I wasn't going to ask that. "
"Oh." She un-hugged him. "Sorry."
"I was going to ask you that on Sunday. At three forty-five p.m. Before the surprise romantic dinner but after my Sunday laps in the pool. It was on myschedule!" he finished on a bellow.
"I know! " she bellowed back. "I saw it. You left it right out on the kitchen table! Was I supposed to ignore it? — Shelly Laurenston
Cheered Up Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: I say, Bertie," he said, after a pause of about an hour and a quarter."Hallo!""Do I say, Bertie," he said, after a pause of about an hour and a quarter.
"Hallo!"
"Do you like the name Mabel?"
"No."
"No?"
"No."
"You don't think there's a kind of music in the word, like the wind rustling gently through the tree-tops?"
"No."
He seemed disappointed for a moment; then cheered up.
"Of course, you wouldn't. You always were a fat-headed worm without any soul, weren't you?"
"Just as you say. Who is she? Tell me all. — P.G. Wodehouse
Cheered Up Sayings By Frank Beddor: The queen is head. Long live the queen ... me." The platoon of renegade soldiers The queen is head. Long live the queen ... me."
The platoon of renegade soldiers cheered. Redd kicked The Cat where he lay on the floor, tongue lolling in his mouth, the picture of death. "Get up! You still have seven more lives."
The Cat's eyes fluttered open.
Find Alyss and kill her."
With a wave of her hand, the looking glass was once again whole. The Cate jumped through, in prosuit of the only living Heart besides Redd. — Frank Beddor
Cheered Up Sayings By Ashley Greene: When I was growing up, I cheered and danced and ran and stuff like that. When I was growing up, I cheered and danced and ran and stuff like that. I'm probably thinner now than I was in high school. I had a lot of muscle - a lot of muscle in high school. — Ashley Greene
Cheered Up Sayings By Bruce Feiler: When I was growing up, I, like many Jews, cheered what appeared to be the When I was growing up, I, like many Jews, cheered what appeared to be the receding of faith from everyday life. The further religion got from our lives the better our lives would get, I thought, because persecution had been such a burden to Jewish families for generations. — Bruce Feiler
Cheered Up Sayings By David Bohm: If we can be cheered up by positive images we can be depressed by negative If we can be cheered up by positive images we can be depressed by negative ones. As long as we accept images as realities we are in that trap, because you can't control the images. — David Bohm
Cheered Up Sayings By Lynda Barry: I need to be cheered up a lot. I think funny people are people who I need to be cheered up a lot. I think funny people are people who need to be cheered up. — Lynda Barry
Cheered Up Sayings By Lauren Weisberger: But I cheered myself up slightly with the rationalization that all new relationships - even But I cheered myself up slightly with the rationalization that all new relationships - even the fictional ones - have obstacles to overcome in the beginning. I would not give up hope on this one. Not yet. — Lauren Weisberger
Cheered Up Sayings By Hermann Hesse: Her chatter had set her free from a long week of loneliness, of doing what Her chatter had set her free from a long week of loneliness, of doing what she was told and saying nothing. She was all cheered up. — Hermann Hesse
Cheered Up Sayings By Renee Rose: People began to clap as she made her way up the aisle, giggling. She threw People began to clap as she made her way up the aisle, giggling. She threw herself at him, burying her head in his chest, not bothering to take the ring he held out to her. "Look at me," he said until she lifted her head. He pressed the ring into her hand and cradled her face. "Will you marry me?" She nodded. He bent and kissed her and the crowd cheered. — Renee Rose
Cheered Up Sayings By Katherine Webb: The majority of my family is Auburn fans, and I grew up watching Auburn football, The majority of my family is Auburn fans, and I grew up watching Auburn football, and that's always who I've cheered for. — Katherine Webb
Cheered Up Sayings By Kingsley Amis: Those who professed themselves unable to believe in the reality of human progress ought to Those who professed themselves unable to believe in the reality of human progress ought to cheer themselves up, as the students under examination had conceivably been cheered up, by a short study of the Middle Ages. The hydrogen bomb, the South African Government, Chioang Kaidick, Senator McCarthy himself, would then seem a light price to pay for no longer being in the Middle Ages — Kingsley Amis
Cheered Up Sayings By Cornelia Funke: There was another reason [she] took her books whenever they went away. They were her There was another reason [she] took her books whenever they went away. They were her home when she was somewhere strange. They were familiar voices, friends that never quarreled with her, clever, powerful friends
daring and knowledgeable, tried and tested adventurers who had traveled far and wide. Her books cheered her up when she was sad and kept her from being bored. — Cornelia Funke
Cheered Up Sayings By Robert Fulghum: The Indian danced on alone. The crowd clapped up the beat. The Indian danced with The Indian danced on alone. The crowd clapped up the beat. The Indian danced with a chair. The crowd went crazy. The band faded. The crowd cheered. The Indian held up his hands for silence as if to make a speech. Looking at the band and then the crowd, the Indian said, Well, what're you waiting for? Let's DANCE. — Robert Fulghum
Cheered Up Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: Science never cheered up anyone. the human situation is just too awful. Science never cheered up anyone. the human situation is just too awful. — Kurt Vonnegut
Cheered Up Sayings By John Connolly: She laughed loudly. It sounded to her husband like someone pushing a witch in a She laughed loudly. It sounded to her husband like someone pushing a witch in a barrel over a waterfall. He pictured his wife in a barrel falling into very deep water, and this cheered him up a bit. — John Connolly
Cheered Up Sayings By Russell Crowe: Whenever I hear an American say Aussies drive on the 'wrong side of the road,' Whenever I hear an American say Aussies drive on the 'wrong side of the road,' I just lose it. You ever think about how those people grew up driving on the 'wrong side of the road,' watched a lot of people get hurt on the 'wrong side of the road,' die on the 'wrong side of the road,' while other people cheered from the 'right side of the road'? Australia has a thing called Highway Fights, so it's touchy. — Russell Crowe
Cheered Up Sayings By Claudia Gray: The library would've cheered me up, most days. I loved the heavy oaken tables, the The library would've cheered me up, most days. I loved the heavy oaken tables, the high walls stacked with books to the ceiling, the musty smell of old pages and the heavy brass fixtures that had gone dark with age and wear. — Claudia Gray
Cheered Up Sayings By Vivien Leigh: Who could quarrel with Clark Gable? We got on well. Whenever anyone on the set Who could quarrel with Clark Gable? We got on well. Whenever anyone on the set was tired or depressed, it was Gable who cheered that person up. Then the newspapers began printing the story that Gable and I were not getting on. This was so ridiculous it served only as a joke. From the time on the standard greeting between Clark and myself became, 'How are you not getting on today?' — Vivien Leigh
Cheered Up Sayings By Richard Russo: Mr. Purty has cheered me up. The task he has chosen for himself, of wooing Mr. Purty has cheered me up. The task he has chosen for himself, of wooing my mother with a bright red pickup truck, a Patsy Cline tape, and a string of malapropisms, is ample justification to me for not taking the world too seriously, its relentless heartbreak notwithstanding ... (Richard Russo, Straight Man) — Richard Russo
Cheered Up Sayings By Arthur Marshall: Cricket was a manly game. Manly masters spoke of the 'discipline of the hard ball'. Cricket was a manly game. Manly masters spoke of the 'discipline of the hard ball'. Schools preferred manly games. Games were only manly if it was possible while playing them to be killed or drowned or at the very least badly maimed. Cricket could be splendidly dangerous. Tennis was not manly, and if a boy had asked permission to spend the afternoon playing croquet he would have been instantly punished for his 'general attitude'. Athletics were admitted into the charmed lethal circle as a boy could, with a little ingenuity, get impaled during the pole-vault or be decapitated by a discus and did a manly death. Fives were thought to be rather tame until one boy ran his head into a stone buttress and got concussion and another fainted dead away from heat and fatigue. Then everybody cheered up about fives. — Arthur Marshall
Cheered Up Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: One Saturday morning last May, I joined the presidential motorcade as it slipped out of One Saturday morning last May, I joined the presidential motorcade as it slipped out of the southern gate of the White House. A mostly white crowd had assembled. As the motorcade drove by, people cheered, held up their smartphones to record the procession, and waved American flags. To be within feet of the president seemed like the thrill of their lives. I was astounded. An old euphoria, which I could not immediately place, gathered up in me. And then I remembered, it was what I felt through much of 2008, as I watched Barack Obama's star shoot across the political sky. I had never seen so many white people cheer on a black man who was neither an athlete nor an entertainer. And it seemed that they loved him for this, and I thought in those days, which now feel so long ago, that they might then love me, too, and love my wife, and love my child, and love us all in the manner that the God they so fervently cited had commanded. — Ta-Nehisi Coates
Cheered Up Sayings By Laurie Colwin: Both happy and sad people can be cheered up by a nice meal, Both happy and sad people can be cheered up by a nice meal, — Laurie Colwin
Cheered Up Sayings By Emile Zola: The stench of the manure that Jean was turning had cheered him up a little. The stench of the manure that Jean was turning had cheered him up a little. He adored its promise of fertility and was sniffing it with the relish of a man smelling a randy woman. — Emile Zola
Cheered Up Sayings By Tana French: She [88yo Mrs Fitzgerald] crossed herself and patted my arm. "And you're after coming all She [88yo Mrs Fitzgerald] crossed herself and patted my arm. "And you're after coming all the way from England to find out who done it? Aren't you great? God bless you, young fella."
"The old heretic," I said, when we got outside. Mrs. Fitzgerald had cheered up my day immensely. "I hope I have that much zip when I'm eighty-eight — Tana French
Cheered Up Sayings By Joan Howard Maurer: One day as I sat musing, sad and lonely without a friend, a voice came One day as I sat musing, sad and lonely without a friend, a voice came to me from out of the gloom saying, 'Cheer up. Things could be worse.' So I cheered up and sure enough - things got worse. — Joan Howard Maurer
Cheered Up Sayings By Arthur Hertzberg: My purpose is to have American Jews look away from the success story with which My purpose is to have American Jews look away from the success story with which they've cheered themselves up, and to have them remember the classical tradition, whatever it is. — Arthur Hertzberg
Cheered Up Sayings By Erica Sehyun Song: I distracted Herbert by pretending to trip and break a bone. Ethan darted around to I distracted Herbert by pretending to trip and break a bone. Ethan darted around to the red golf cart with a cocky smile on his face. He put the key in ignition, and the vehicle roared to life. "Hey," Herbert shouted, snapping his attention to Ethan.
I sprang up and ran up to Ethan. He pulled me in the cart and stomped on the gas pedal. We shot through the automatic doors with Herbert on our tail.
"Go faster!" I cheered.
My brother smacked the steering wheel. "I can't; it's a golf cart. — Erica Sehyun Song
Cheered Up Sayings By Chad Sugg: Love is a good thing on a bad day, when the last thing you want Love is a good thing on a bad day, when the last thing you want is to be cheered up. — Chad Sugg
Cheered Up Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: My soul is always lifted up, and my spirit cheered and comforted, when I hear My soul is always lifted up, and my spirit cheered and comforted, when I hear good music. I rejoice in it very much indeed. — Joseph Fielding Smith
Cheered Up Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Her singing always cheered him up. Life seemed so much brighter when she stopped. Her singing always cheered him up. Life seemed so much brighter when she stopped. — Terry Pratchett
Cheered Up Sayings By Kate DiCamillo: It was astonishing, really, what people could live through. Flora felt cheered up all of It was astonishing, really, what people could live through. Flora felt cheered up all of a sudden, just thinking about eating seal blubber and doing impossible things, surviving when the odds were against her and her squirrel. They — Kate DiCamillo
Cheered Up Sayings By Tom Humphries: On the second night here, the Koreans played and the streets had to be closed On the second night here, the Koreans played and the streets had to be closed down to traffic for half a day before the game. In a remarkable coincidence, everyone came to town wearing the same type of red T-shirt. The Koreans gathered like a huge blob of ketchup and went mad in a quiet, Dufferlike way. You haven't seen crowds until you've seen Korean crowds. They gathered. They cheered in unison. They clapped and exuberated.
Then they tidied up after themselves and went home.
If you ever have to have half-a-million people in your house for a function, make sure they are Koreans. — Tom Humphries
Cheered Up Sayings By Kim Harrison: With a little cry, I slid my hand behind his neck and pulled him to With a little cry, I slid my hand behind his neck and pulled him to me for a real kiss. The assembled people cheered, and I closed my eyes as the sound of pixy wings wreathed us. Give up? Leave? echoed in my thoughts as his lips met mine, holding both a promise and a desire. Never, I answered myself as we parted and, hands still connected, turned to those who meant most to us and were welcomed in between the pixy dust and the blue butterflies. THE BEGINNING — Kim Harrison