Clodhoppers Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Clodhoppers Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Then they began saying, "Get hold of him. Put him in Mercury." Now as you know I have two sculptures by Brancusi and several pretty things and I did not want them to start getting rough, so I said, pacifically, "Dear sweet clodhoppers, if you knew anything of sexual psychology you would know that nothing could give me keener pleasure than to be manhandled by you meaty boys. It would be an ecstasy of the very naughtiest kind. So if any of you wishes to be my partner in joy come and seize me. If, on the other hand, you simply wish to satisfy some obscure and less easily classified libido and see me bathe, come with me quietly, dear louts, to the fountain.Evelyn Waugh Clodhoppers Sayings By Evelyn Waugh: Then they began saying, "Get hold of him. Put him in Mercury." Now as you
There you go, wading in your clodhoppers through our private territory.Harper Lee Clodhoppers Sayings By Harper Lee: There you go, wading in your clodhoppers through our private territory.
Fiddlesticks!" Rall replied. "These clodhoppers will not attack us, and should they do so, we will simply fall on them and rout them."58 (on describing that they had nothing to fear from the COlonists of New Jersey before the night of December 25, 1776; when Washington and his men crossed the Deleware.)David Hackett Fischer Clodhoppers Sayings By David Hackett Fischer: Fiddlesticks!" Rall replied. "These clodhoppers will not attack us, and should they do so, we
The nineteenth was the first century of human sympathy,
the age when half wonderingly we began to descry in others that transfigured spark of divinity which we call Myself; when clodhoppers and peasants, and tramps and thieves, and millionaires and
sometimes
Negroes, became throbbing souls whose warm pulsing life touched us so nearly that we half gasped with surprise, crying, Thou too! Hast Thou seen Sorrow and the dull waters of Hopelessness? Hast Thou known Life?
W.E.B. Du Bois Clodhoppers Sayings By W.E.B. Du Bois: The nineteenth was the first century of human sympathy, the age when half wonderingly we