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Famous Gratification Sayings By Melissa Broder: Sometimes when I need to comfort myself (all the time) I think about your lisp Sometimes when I need to comfort myself (all the time) I think about your lisp and it creates a wombskin around my brain full of barbituratesque nectar, the side effects of which include a horny surge in my second chakra and pussy, and then severe withdrawal: a love story. — Melissa Broder
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Famous Gratification Sayings By Stella Gibbons: Bookshelves stood against the four walls. They were shapely and well made, but were all Bookshelves stood against the four walls. They were shapely and well made, but were all second-hand; Hetty had picked them up on visits to Chesterbourne. She liked her shelves to have personality, as well as the books on them, and thought it would have been simpler to order shelves to be fitted around the room, or to buy those bookcases that grow with the growth of their library, she had stood firm against the amusement of Victor and the irritation of her aunt, and had the shelves she wanted. — Stella Gibbons
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Famous Gratification Sayings By Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa: They say that life is an accident, driven by sexual desire, that the universe has They say that life is an accident, driven by sexual desire, that the universe has no moral order, no truth, no God.

Driven by insatiable lusts, drunk on the arrogance of power, hypocritical, deluded, their actions foul with self-seeking, tormented by a vast anxiety that continues until their death, convinced that the gratification of desire is life's sole aim, bound by a hundred shackles of hope, enslaved by their greed, they squander their time dishonestly piling up mountains of wealth.

"Today I got this desire, and tomorrow I will get that one; all these riches are mine, and soon I will have even more. Already I have killed these enemies, and soon I will kill the rest. I am the lord, the enjoyer, successful, happy, and strong, noble, and rich, and famous. Who on earth is my equal? — Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa
Famous Gratification Sayings By Alan Russell: The richer we are, the longer we live. And the longer we live, the more The richer we are, the longer we live. And the longer we live, the more expensive it is to take care of our diseases as we get older. — Alan Russell
Famous Gratification Sayings By Alfie Kohn: Deferral of gratification may be an effect, not a cause. Just because some children were Deferral of gratification may be an effect, not a cause. Just because some children were more effective than others at distracting themselves from [the marshmallow in the famous Marshmallow Test] doesn't mean this capacity was responsible for the impressive results found ten years later. Instead, both of these things may have been due to something about their home environment. If that's true, there's no reason to believe that enhancing children's ability to defer gratification would be beneficial: It was just a marker, not a cause. By way of analogy, teenagers who visit ski resorts over winter break probably have a superior record of being admitted to the Ivy League. Should we therefore hire consultants to teach low-income children how to ski in order to improve the odds that colleges will accept them? — Alfie Kohn
Famous Gratification Sayings By Anonymous: It's hard to answer the question "what's wrong?" when nothing is right. It's hard to answer the question "what's wrong?" when nothing is right. — Anonymous
Famous Gratification Sayings By George Herbert: Spend not on hopes. Spend not on hopes. — George Herbert