Diddling Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Diddling Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Diddling Sayings By Dave Barry: I am not the only person who uses his computer mainly for the purpose of I am not the only person who uses his computer mainly for the purpose of diddling with his computer. — Dave Barry
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Diddling Sayings By Aaron Watson: I'll work to maintain my work ethic out on the road, playing my shows, giving I'll work to maintain my work ethic out on the road, playing my shows, giving 110%, keeping God first, my family second, and treating my fans like royalty. — Aaron Watson
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Diddling Sayings By Ray Bradbury: He saw himself in her eyes, suspended in two shining drops of bright water, himselfdark He saw himself in her eyes, suspended in two shining drops of bright water, himself
dark and tiny, in fine detail, the lines about his mouth, everything there, as if her eyes
were two miraculous bits of violet amber that might capture and hold him intact. — Ray Bradbury
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Diddling Sayings By Margaret Atwood: Who is to say that prayers have any effect? On the other hand, who is Who is to say that prayers have any effect? On the other hand, who is to say they don't? I picture the gods, diddling around on Olympus, wallowing in the nectar and ambrosia and the aroma of burning bones and fat, mischievous as a pack of ten-year-olds with a sick cat to play with and a lot of time on their hands. 'Which prayer shall we answer today?' they ask one another. 'Let's cast the dice! Hope for this one, despair for that one, and while we're at it, let's destroy the life of that woman over there by having sex with her in the form of a crayfish!' I think they pull a lot of their pranks because they're bored. — Margaret Atwood
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Diddling Sayings By Lawrence Block: So many changes, eating away at the world like water dripping on a rock. So many changes, eating away at the world like water dripping on a rock. — Lawrence Block
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Diddling Sayings By Mario Cuomo: I somehow got this reputation of diddling and dithering. I don't remember dithering at all. I somehow got this reputation of diddling and dithering. I don't remember dithering at all. — Mario Cuomo
Diddling Sayings By Beryl Dov: Indra Haiku Diddling Ahala, Indra, the Thousand-Eyed God,flecked with vaginas. Indra Haiku
Diddling Ahala,
Indra, the Thousand-Eyed God,
flecked with vaginas. — Beryl Dov
Diddling Sayings By Junot Diaz: I didn't start writing until late high school and then I was just diddling. Mainly I didn't start writing until late high school and then I was just diddling. Mainly I loved to read and my writing was an outgrowth of that. — Junot Diaz
Diddling Sayings By John Mahoney: Actually I was born in 1940 in Blackpool because my family lived in Manchester but Actually I was born in 1940 in Blackpool because my family lived in Manchester but Manchester was being bombed. So my mother was sent away to Blackpool to have me and then went back; so I lived my first eighteen years in Manchester and then emigrated to the States when I was eighteen. — John Mahoney
Diddling Sayings By Tim Ferriss: Role models who push us to exceed our limits, physical training that removes our spare Role models who push us to exceed our limits, physical training that removes our spare tires, and risks that expand our sphere of comfortable action are all examples of eustress - stress that is healthful and the stimulus for growth. — Tim Ferriss
Diddling Sayings By John Ralston Saul: Moral crusade: Public activity undertaken by middle-aged men who are cheating on their wives or Moral crusade: Public activity undertaken by middle-aged men who are cheating on their wives or diddling little boys. Moral crusades are particularly popular among those seeking power for their own personal pleasure, politicians who can't think of anything useful to do with their mandates, and religious professionals suffering from a personal inability to communicate with their god. — John Ralston Saul
Diddling Sayings By James Wolcott: What stars do in their off-hours is a never-ending source of diddling curiosity to the What stars do in their off-hours is a never-ending source of diddling curiosity to the tabloid sensibility. — James Wolcott
Diddling Sayings By Stephen King: Everybody wants to psychoanalyze horror. They don't want to psychoanalyze a book like Gay Talese's Everybody wants to psychoanalyze horror. They don't want to psychoanalyze a book like Gay Talese's "Sex with Your Neighbor" or something like that. It's pretty much accepted that Americans should be interested in who they're diddling and how they're doing it. — Stephen King
Diddling Sayings By Jessi Klein: I wanted to structure a day where a hypothetical random snapshot of me looked like I wanted to structure a day where a hypothetical random snapshot of me looked like Carrie Bradshaw in her kimono, totally relaxed, not Brittany Murphy in Girl, Interrupted, diddling an old chicken under her bed. The — Jessi Klein
Diddling Sayings By Susan Sontag: Apocalypse is now a long-running serial: not "Apocalypse Now" but "Apocalypse From Now On. Apocalypse is now a long-running serial: not "Apocalypse Now" but "Apocalypse From Now On. — Susan Sontag
Diddling Sayings By Marian McPartland: I'm trying to get the record that I made at my birthday party last year, I'm trying to get the record that I made at my birthday party last year, trying to get that out, and the lawyers are diddling around with it and it probably won't be out until next year. I don't know. — Marian McPartland
Diddling Sayings By George Benson: Guitar gigs were everywhere in the '50s, and I started diddling around so I could Guitar gigs were everywhere in the '50s, and I started diddling around so I could keep working. Playing honky-tonk, simple stuff. I took a few gigs with an organ band that put me out front. — George Benson
Diddling Sayings By John Bunyan: whether we had best have our meeting or not; and whether it might not be whether we had best have our meeting or not; and whether it might not be better for me to depart, lest they should take me and have me before the justice, and after that send me to prison (for he knew better than I what spirit they were of, living by them): to whom I said, No, by no means, I will not stir, neither will I have the meeting dismissed for this. Come, be of good cheer; let us not be daunted; our cause is good, we need not be ashamed of it; to preach God's Word, is so good a work, that we shall be well rewarded, if we suffer for that; or to this purpose - — John Bunyan
Diddling Sayings By Thomas Bailey Aldrich: Conservatism and respectability have their values, certainly; but has not the unconventional its values also? Conservatism and respectability have their values, certainly; but has not the unconventional its values also? — Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Diddling Sayings By A.W. Tozer: The greatness of God rouses fear within us, but His goodness encourages us not to The greatness of God rouses fear within us, but His goodness encourages us not to be afraid of Him. To fear and not be afraid - that is the paradox of faith. — A.W. Tozer
Diddling Sayings By Hattie Morahan: Acting on stage is a living organism you can never pin down, and I believe Acting on stage is a living organism you can never pin down, and I believe the audience feeds off that, too. — Hattie Morahan
Diddling Sayings By Susan Elizabeth Phillips: And no matter what anybody says, I don't believe all this trouble started when women And no matter what anybody says, I don't believe all this trouble started when women got the vote. As far as I'm concerned, it goddamn well got started when you taught each other how to read. — Susan Elizabeth Phillips