Easter Chocolate Famous Quotes & Sayings

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34 Easter Chocolate Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Easter Chocolate Sayings By Joanne Harris: Magic carpet rides, rune magic, Ali Baba and visions of the Holy Mother, astral travel Magic carpet rides, rune magic, Ali Baba and visions of the Holy Mother, astral travel and the future in the dregs of a glass of red wine. Buddha. Frodo's journey into Mordor. The transubstantiation of the sacrament. Dorothy and Toto. The Easter Bunny. Space aliens. The Thing in the closet. The Resur-rection and the Life at the turn of a card ... I've believed them all at one time or another. Or pretended to. Or pretended not to.
And now? What do I believe right now?
'I believe that being happy is the only important thing,' I told him at last.
Happiness. Simple as a glass of chocolate or tortuous as the hear. Bitter. Sweet. Alive. — Joanne Harris
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Charles Bukowski: The ladies usually go for the biggest damn fool they can find; that is why The ladies usually go for the biggest damn fool they can find; that is why the human race stands where it does today: we have bred the clever and lasting Casanovas, all hollow inside, like the chocolate Easter bunnies we foster upon our poor children. — Charles Bukowski
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Warren Buffett: Do not put all your eggs in one basket. Do not put all your eggs in one basket. — Warren Buffett
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Anne Rice: Words spoken to drunkards were truly words written in water. They vanished into the endless Words spoken to drunkards were truly words written in water. They vanished into the endless void in which the drunkard languished. — Anne Rice
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Chloe Sevigny: I'm frugal. It's often cheaper to take the subway. And I'm an environmentalist, which my I'm frugal. It's often cheaper to take the subway. And I'm an environmentalist, which my mother instilled in me, so I really believe in public transportation. And finally, I love the proximity to people in the subway. — Chloe Sevigny
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Bill Hicks: I was over in Australia during Easter, which was really interesting. You know, they celebrate I was over in Australia during Easter, which was really interesting. You know, they celebrate Easter the exact same way we do, commemorating the death and resurrection of Jesus by telling our children that a giant bunny rabbit ... left chocolate eggs in the night. Now ... I wonder why we're fucked up as a race. I've read the Bible. I can't find the word "bunny" or "chocolate" anywhere in the fucking book. — Bill Hicks
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Thomm Quackenbush: Is the Easter Bunny a space alien trying to trick us into implanting us with Is the Easter Bunny a space alien trying to trick us into implanting us with his eggs? Because I will so swear off chocolate right now. — Thomm Quackenbush
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Liane Moriarty: It was the Easter Hat Parade, and the St. Angela's mothers were out in force, It was the Easter Hat Parade, and the St. Angela's mothers were out in force, dressed up in honor of Easter and the first truly autumnal day of the new season. Soft, pretty scarves looped necks, skinny jeans encased skinny and not-so-skinny thighs, spike-heeled boots tapped across the playground. It had been a humid summer, and the crispness of the breeze and the anticipation of a four-day, chocolate-filled weekend had put everyone in good moods. The mothers, sitting in a big double-rowed circle of blue fold-up chairs around the quadrangle, were frisky and high-spirited. The older children who weren't taking part in the Easter — Liane Moriarty
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Jim Logan: The other New Testament word for anger I want you to notice is orge. This The other New Testament word for anger I want you to notice is orge. This is "a more settled and long lasting attitude often continuing toward the goal of seeking revenge." The verb form of this word, with an added Greek prefix, means to be provoked to irritation, exasperation, or embitterment.3 The verb can be used in a positive sense, as in Ephesians 4:26. The noun form orge appears in Ephesians 4:31, where it is translated as anger, in Colossians 3:6, and in James 1:20 among many other places. — Jim Logan
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Joblessness gives you life ownership Joblessness gives you life ownership — Sunday Adelaja
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Caroline Rhea: I lied on my Weight Watchers list. I put down that I had 3 eggs I lied on my Weight Watchers list. I put down that I had 3 eggs ... but they were Cadbury chocolate eggs. — Caroline Rhea
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Bill Hicks: In Australia ... they celebrate Easter the same ... by telling our children a giant In Australia ... they celebrate Easter the same ... by telling our children a giant bunny rabbit ... left chocolate eggs in the night — Bill Hicks
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Easter Chocolate Sayings By Ron Rash: One thing's sure and nothing surer. The rich get richer and the poor get- children One thing's sure and nothing surer. The rich get richer and the poor get- children — Ron Rash
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Drew Houston: To the casual observer, the Dropbox demo video looked like a normal product demonstration, but To the casual observer, the Dropbox demo video looked like a normal product demonstration, but we put in about a dozen Easter eggs that were tailored for the Digg audience. References to Tay Zonday and 'Chocolate Rain' and allusions to 'Office Space' and 'XKCD.' It was a tongue-in-cheek nod to that crowd, and it kicked off a chain reaction. — Drew Houston
Easter Chocolate Sayings By S.D. Gordon: Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life. Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life. — S.D. Gordon
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: So?" I asked Vee. "What's the verdict?""The verdict? My doctor is a lard-arse. Closely resembles So?" I asked Vee. "What's the verdict?"
"The verdict? My doctor is a lard-arse. Closely resembles an Oompa-Loompa. Don't give me your severe look. Last time he came in, he broke into the Funky Chicken. And he's forever eating chocolate. Mostly chocolate animals. You know the solid chocolate bunnies they're selling for Easter? That's what the Oompa-Loompa ate for dinner. Had a chocolate duck at lunch with a side of yellow Peeps. — Becca Fitzpatrick
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Dave Bautista: Especially, I don't want to ever be compared to The Rock because I'd be the Especially, I don't want to ever be compared to The Rock because I'd be the poor man's version of The Rock. I'm just not him; it's not who I am as a person or as a performer. The Rock's very big and bold, and I'm not. — Dave Bautista
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: It's strange. How hollow i feel. Like there might be echoes inside of me. Like It's strange. How hollow i feel. Like there might be echoes inside of me. Like I'm one of those chocolate rabbits they used to sell around Easter, the ones that were nothing more than a sweet shell encapsulating a world of nothing. I'm like that. I encapsulate a world of nothing. — Tahereh Mafi
Easter Chocolate Sayings By James Howell: Easter, so longed for, is gone in a day. Easter, so longed for, is gone in a day. — James Howell
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Philip Yancey: We understand God best, Dorothy Sayers suggests, by thinking of God as a creative artist. We understand God best, Dorothy Sayers suggests, by thinking of God as a creative artist. Imagine God as an engineer or watchmaker or immovable force, and you will go astray. God's image shines through us most clearly in the act of creation-comprising the three stages of Idea, Expression, and Recognition-and by reproducing this act we may begin to grasp, by analogy, the Trinity. — Philip Yancey
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Andrea M. Ghez: There's a large cluster of stars that are orbiting the center of our galaxy. And There's a large cluster of stars that are orbiting the center of our galaxy. And by measuring the motion of stars, and in particular, their orbits, we can figure out whether or not there's a central black hole. — Andrea M. Ghez
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Joanne Harris: CHURCH, not CHOCOLATE, is the TRUE MEANING of EASTER!! CHURCH, not CHOCOLATE, is the TRUE MEANING of EASTER!! — Joanne Harris
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Cheryl Strayed: Cultivate an understanding that life is long, that people both change and remain the same, Cultivate an understanding that life is long, that people both change and remain the same, that every last one of us will need to fuck up and be forgiven, that we're all just walking and walking and walking and trying to find our way, that all roads lead eventually to the mountaintop. — Cheryl Strayed
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Denis Leary: Happy Easter everyone! Jesus dies, comes back from the dead - and we get chocolate Happy Easter everyone! Jesus dies, comes back from the dead - and we get chocolate eggs. It's like turn-down service from God. — Denis Leary
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Stefan Molyneux: Any time a system that justifies power can be conceived of running without that power, Any time a system that justifies power can be conceived of running without that power, all those who profit from the manipulation of that power cry out that without them, all is lost. — Stefan Molyneux
Easter Chocolate Sayings By David Sedaris: The rabbit of Easter. He bring of the chocolate. The rabbit of Easter. He bring of the chocolate. — David Sedaris
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Martha Beck: Learning to spot narcissists and deal with their destructive behavior can save you the world Learning to spot narcissists and deal with their destructive behavior can save you the world of hurt that awaits anyone who mistakes the near enemy for a friend. — Martha Beck
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Jill Alexander Essbaum: Anna's spiritual formation was relegated to cultural expressions of faith: the Christmas Baby Jesus and Anna's spiritual formation was relegated to cultural expressions of faith: the Christmas Baby Jesus and his gifts, the Easter risen Christ and his chocolate bunnies, and a copy of The Thorn Birds pulled from her mother's bookshelf. — Jill Alexander Essbaum
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Billy Crystal: Two thousand years ago Jesus is crucified, three days later he walks out of a Two thousand years ago Jesus is crucified, three days later he walks out of a cave and they celebrate with chocolate bunnies and marshmallow Peeps and beautifully decorated eggs. I guess these were things Jesus loved as a child. — Billy Crystal
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Richard Bradford: I gave the dog a last scratch and he smiled and wagged his heavy tail. I gave the dog a last scratch and he smiled and wagged his heavy tail. He didn't look like a dog that stole and ate children. He looked like a dog that might steal chocolate-covered Easter eggs. — Richard Bradford
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Emma Chase: Here's an interesting fact: how you eat a gingerbread man says a lot about your Here's an interesting fact: how you eat a gingerbread man says a lot about your personality. Head-first eaters are ambitious, independent, and magnetic. Feet-first are the more artistic, creative types, and those who start with the hands are kind and nurturing. Same rules apply to chocolate Easter bunnies. — Emma Chase
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Rachel Cohn: So this chocolate princess. Her knight in shining armor is the Easter Bunny. So this chocolate princess. Her knight in shining armor is the Easter Bunny. — Rachel Cohn
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Tim Allen: If it doesn't say Binford on it, somebody else probably made it. If it doesn't say Binford on it, somebody else probably made it. — Tim Allen
Easter Chocolate Sayings By Douglas Coupland: He felt intact but worthless, like a chocolate rabbit selling for 75 percent off the He felt intact but worthless, like a chocolate rabbit selling for 75 percent off the month after Easter. — Douglas Coupland