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Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: When I was a really young child, I felt like I could see fairies. I When I was a really young child, I felt like I could see fairies. I was convinced there were fairies in my grandmother's garden. — Noel Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: The motives to actions and the inward turns of mind seem in our opinion more The motives to actions and the inward turns of mind seem in our opinion more necessary to be known than the actions themselves; and much rather would we choose that our reader should clearly understand what our principal actors think than what they do. — Sarah Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: He said "They were heartily welcome to his poor cottage", and turning to Mr. Didapper, He said "They were heartily welcome to his poor cottage", and turning to Mr. Didapper, cried out, 'Non mea renidet in domo lacunar.' The beau answered, "He did not understand Welsh"; at which the parson stared and made no reply. — Henry Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Kim Fielding: 'Didn't realize Matty was so scary,' Chris said. 'She's maybe five two and can't make 'Didn't realize Matty was so scary,' Chris said.
'She's maybe five two and can't make it up a flight of stairs without huffing and puffing. But if I really pissed her off, she might poison my coffee.'
'Sounds like someone I'd like to meet.' — Kim Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: As it often happens that the best men are but little known, and consequently cannot As it often happens that the best men are but little known, and consequently cannot extend the usefulness of their examples a great way, the biographer is of great utility, as, by communicating such valuable patterns to the world, he may perhaps do a more extensive service to mankind than the person whose life originally afforded the pattern. — Henry Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: Never try and go on a solo mission on your own. Never try and go on a solo mission on your own. — Noel Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Hannah Fielding: Coral, my love, you are too pure, too innocent, too alive for me," he said Coral, my love, you are too pure, too innocent, too alive for me,"
he said slowly, almost carefully. "My world is like a drawing in black
and white on a gray canvas, without a single note of color to bring it
to life. And now, on this pale and melancholic picture, a red flower
has fallen, a warm and scented flower." He sighed. "It's a wonderful
contrast, but too vivid ... — Hannah Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Reader, I think proper, before we proceed any further together, to acquaint thee that I Reader, I think proper, before we proceed any further together, to acquaint thee that I intend to digress, through this whole history, as often as I see occasion, of which I am myself a better judge than any pitiful critic whatever; and here I must desire all those critics to mind their own business, and not to intermeddle with affairs or works which no ways concern them; for till they produce the authority by which they are constituted judges, I shall not plead to their jurisdiction. — Henry Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Wisdom is the talent of buying virtuous pleasures at the cheapest rate. Wisdom is the talent of buying virtuous pleasures at the cheapest rate. — Henry Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: One of the maxims which the devil, in a late visit upon earth, left to One of the maxims which the devil, in a late visit upon earth, left to his disciples, is, when once you are got up, to kick the stool from under you. In plain English, when you have made your fortune by the good offices of a friend, you are advised to discard him as soon as you can. — Henry Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Gabriel Fielding: Writing to me is a voyage, an odyssey, a discovery, because I'm never certain of Writing to me is a voyage, an odyssey, a discovery, because I'm never certain of precisely what I will find. — Gabriel Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: Look for good in men, and where they fail to posses it, try to build Look for good in men, and where they fail to posses it, try to build it up in them; try to increase the good in them; look for the good; build up the good; sustain the good; and speak as little about the evil as you possibly can. — Joseph Fielding Smith
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Fielding Sayings By Kim Fielding: Soon enough, Miner stopped caring who was watching - for a brief time, he and Soon enough, Miner stopped caring who was watching - for a brief time, he and Ennek were a universe of two. — Kim Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: All got really plastered after that. Was completely fantastic evening. As Tom said, if Miss All got really plastered after that. Was completely fantastic evening. As Tom said, if Miss Havisham had had some jolly flatmates to take the piss out of her she would never have stayed so long in her wedding dress. — Helen Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Joy Fielding: My books are not generic. You know when you're reading a Joy Fielding book. My books are not generic. You know when you're reading a Joy Fielding book. — Joy Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: My mum and dad are both really funny. My granddad's really funny, my uncle's really My mum and dad are both really funny. My granddad's really funny, my uncle's really funny, everyone's really funny. You have to be quick, otherwise you get roasted. Everyone takes the piss quite a lot. You have to be really sharp. — Noel Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: [H]ow do I pity those who (assuming the name of friends) surround themselves with maxims [H]ow do I pity those who (assuming the name of friends) surround themselves with maxims importing the wisdom of doubt and suspicion, 'til they impose on themselves that very hard task of laboring through life without ever knowing a human creature to whom they can make the proper use of language and freely speak the dictates of their hearts! — Sarah Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: There is one thing which we should have exceedingly clear in our minds. Neither the There is one thing which we should have exceedingly clear in our minds. Neither the President of the Church, nor the First Presidency, nor the united voice of the First Presidency and the Twelve will ever condone the use of ReddiWhip on pie. — Joseph Fielding Smith
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Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: When messengers are sent to minister to the inhabitants of this earth, they are not When messengers are sent to minister to the inhabitants of this earth, they are not strangers, but from the ranks of our kindred, friends, and fellow beings. Our fathers and mothers, brothers, sisters and friends who have passed away from this earth ... bringing messages of love, warning, reproof and instruction, to those whom they had learned to love in the flesh. — Joseph Fielding Smith
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Domestic happiness is the end of almost all our pursuits, and the common reward of Domestic happiness is the end of almost all our pursuits, and the common reward of all our pains. When men find themselves forever barred from this delightful fruition, they are lost to all industry, and grow careless of all their worldly affairs. Thus they become bad subjects, bad relations, bad friends, and bad men. — Henry Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: When you're a kid and someone's an artist, you think of Leonardo da Vinci. You When you're a kid and someone's an artist, you think of Leonardo da Vinci. You don't think that's a job; you just think of a man with a beard painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. — Noel Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Joy Fielding: You're the one who can do no wrong." "I do plenty wrong." "You don't have You're the one who can do no wrong." "I do plenty wrong." "You don't have to tell me. — Joy Fielding
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Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Yes, I had two strings to my bow; both golden ones, egad! and both cracked. Yes, I had two strings to my bow; both golden ones, egad! and both cracked. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Beauty may be the object of likinggreat qualities of admirationgood ones of esteembut love only Beauty may be the object of liking
great qualities of admiration
good ones of esteem
but love only is the object of love. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: What caricature is in painting, burlesque is in writing; and in the same manner the What caricature is in painting, burlesque is in writing; and in the same manner the comic writer and painter correlate to each other; as in the former, the painter seems to have the advantage, so it is in the latter infinitely on the side of the writer. For the monstrous is much easier to paint than describe, and the ridiculous to describe than paint. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: The nation's young men havebeen proved by surveys to be completely unmarriageable, and as a The nation's young men have
been proved by surveys to be completely unmarriageable, and as a result there's a whole
generation of single girls like me with their own incomes and homes who have lots of fun and
don't need to wash anyone else's socks. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: Goth Juice ... The most powerful hairspray known to man. Made from the tears of Goth Juice ... The most powerful hairspray known to man. Made from the tears of Robert Smith. — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: If thou hast seen all these without knowing what beauty is, thou hast no eyes; If thou hast seen all these without knowing what beauty is, thou hast no eyes; if without feeling its power, thou hast no heart. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Can any man have a higher notion of the rule of right and the eternal Can any man have a higher notion of the rule of right and the eternal fitness of things? — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: I know we're all psychotic, single and completely dysfunctional and it's all done over the I know we're all psychotic, single and completely dysfunctional and it's all done over the phone,' Tom slurred sentimentally, 'but it's a bit like a family, isn't it? — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Sensuality not only debases both body and mind, but dulls the keen edge of pleasure. Sensuality not only debases both body and mind, but dulls the keen edge of pleasure. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: When you start, it's not to do with the material so much. It's more to When you start, it's not to do with the material so much. It's more to do with how you can control a crowd and make friends with an audience and sell your brand of humor. — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: If we had any leisure we would here digress a little on that ingratitude which If we had any leisure we would here digress a little on that ingratitude which so many writers have observed to spring up in the people in all free governments towards their great men; who, while they have been consulting the good of the public, by raising their own greatness, in which the whole body (as the kingdom of France thinks itself in the glory of their grand monarch) was so deeply concerned, have been sometimes sacrificed by those very people for whose glory the said great men were so industriously at work: and this from a foolish zeal for a certain ridiculous imaginary thing called liberty, to which great men are observed to have a great animosity. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: There is an insolence which none but those who themselves deserve contempt can bestow, and There is an insolence which none but those who themselves deserve contempt can bestow, and those only who deserve no contempt can bear. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joy Fielding: I always say what's on my mind. No need to second guess with me. I always say what's on my mind. No need to second guess with me. — Joy Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: You see, things being good has nothing to do with how you feel outside, it You see, things being good has nothing to do with how you feel outside, it is all to do with how you are inside. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: Flattery in courtship is the highest insolence, for whilst it pretends to bestow on you Flattery in courtship is the highest insolence, for whilst it pretends to bestow on you more than you deserve, it is watching an opportunity to take from you what you really have. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: Reality depresses me. I need to find fantasy worlds and escape in them. Reality depresses me. I need to find fantasy worlds and escape in them. — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: We have heard that we are all missionaries. Every member ... is or ought to We have heard that we are all missionaries. Every member ... is or ought to be a missionary; ... as members of the Church, having pledged ourselves to the advancement of the gospel of Jesus Christ we become missionaries. That is part of the responsibility of every member of the Church — Joseph Fielding Smith
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: If you ask where a relationship is going too often the question has a habit If you ask where a relationship is going too often the question has a habit of turning into where the relationship went. Unfortunately, however, God has given women an inbuilt irresistible urge to insist on knowing where their relationships are going, and to force their partners to discuss the matter at length whenever they are late for something. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: It occurred to me that if Africa needed us, sometimes we needed Africa a great It occurred to me that if Africa needed us, sometimes we needed Africa a great deal more. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: When I mention religion I mean the Christian religion; and not only the Christian religion, When I mention religion I mean the Christian religion; and not only the Christian religion, but the Protestant religion; and not only the Protestant religion, but the Church of England. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Good-breeding is not confined to externals, much less to any particular dress or attitude of Good-breeding is not confined to externals, much less to any particular dress or attitude of the body; it is the art of pleasing, or contributing as much as possible to the ease and happiness of those with whom you converse. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Eli Easton: The arousal I'd felt at the gym returned, this time dressed in Kevlar, and it The arousal I'd felt at the gym returned, this time dressed in Kevlar, and it was kicking my ass. A slow-rolling, hot-as-sin lust swept through my body, setting every cell on fire. Fielding's mouth was sweet and minty and warm, and the suction was just right. He was a quick study, mirroring my actions, alternating between sucking gently at my mouth and suggestively lathing with his tongue. But there was an innocence in him, a surprised and eager passion that trembled through his body, unable to be contained. I could feel how much it was affecting him, and it made me crazy. — Eli Easton
Fielding Sayings By Kim Fielding: Wishes were like poison, Jimmy thought. When you made them, they were all bright and Wishes were like poison, Jimmy thought. When you made them, they were all bright and shiny, sweet as candy. But they lingered and languished and didn't come true, and so they curdled and went bad. Became toxic. That's why he never made them to begin with. — Kim Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Valentine's Day purely commercial, cynical enterprise, anyway. Matter of supreme indifference to me. Valentine's Day purely commercial, cynical enterprise, anyway. Matter of supreme indifference to me. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: They call me the confuser. Is he a man ... is he a woman? Ooh, They call me the confuser. Is he a man ... is he a woman? Ooh, I'm not sure if I mind. — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: A broken heart is a distemper which kills many more than is generally imagined, and A broken heart is a distemper which kills many more than is generally imagined, and would have a fair title to a place in the bills of mortality, did it not differ in one instance from all other diseases, namely, that no physicians can cure it. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: I will not Drink more than fourteen alcohol units a week. I will not Drink more than fourteen alcohol units a week. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Daniel Silva: If there was indeed a recording of the conversation that followed, it did not exist If there was indeed a recording of the conversation that followed, it did not exist for long. Carter would never speak of it, except to say that it was among the most difficult of his long career. The only other witness was Ed Fielding. The security man could not hear Carter's words, but he could see the terrible toll they were taking. He saw a hand gripping the telephone with such force that the knuckles were white. And he saw the eyes. The unusually bright green eyes now burning with a terrifying rage. As Fielding slipped quietly from the room, he realized he had never seen such rage before. He did not know what his friend Adrian Carter was saying to the legendary Israeli assassin. But he was certain of one thing. Blood was going to flow. And men were going to die. — Daniel Silva
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: I hate Christmas. Everything is designed for families, romance, warmth, emotion and presents, and if I hate Christmas. Everything is designed for families, romance, warmth, emotion and presents, and if you have no boyfriend, no money, your mother is going out with a missing Portuguese criminal and your friends don't want to be your friend anymore, it makes you want to emigrate to a vicious Muslim regime, where at least all the
women are treated like social outcasts. Anyway, I don't care. I am going to quietly read a book all
weekend and listen to classical music. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Kim Fielding: 'We're not ... we haven't been writing poetry and sprinkling rose petals and tripping hand 'We're not ... we haven't been writing poetry and sprinkling rose petals and tripping hand in hand under rainbows, Kay.'
'Just because you have Y chromosomes doesn't mean you can't tell each other how you feel, Dylan. Your penises won't fall off if you do.' — Kim Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Can officially confirm that the way to a man's heart these days is not through Can officially confirm that the way to a man's heart these days is not through beauty, food, sex, or alluringness of character, but merely the ability to seem not very interested in him. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: CANNOT BELIEVE BOTH GOSPEL AND EVOLUTION. I say most emphatically, you cannot believe in this CANNOT BELIEVE BOTH GOSPEL AND EVOLUTION. I say most emphatically, you cannot believe in this theory of the origin of man, and at the same time accept the plan of salvation as set forth by the Lord our God. You must choose the one and reject the other, for they are in direct conflict and there is a gulf separating them which is so great that it cannot be bridged, no matter how much one may try to do so. — Joseph Fielding Smith
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Now, in reality, the world have paid too great a compliment to critics, and have Now, in reality, the world have paid too great a compliment to critics, and have imagined them to be men of much greater profundity then they really are. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Tom has a theory that homosexuals and single women in their thirties have natural bonding: Tom has a theory that homosexuals and single women in their thirties have natural bonding: both being accustomed to disappointing their parents and being treated as freaks by society. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: We believe that worship is far more than prayer and preaching and gospel performance. The We believe that worship is far more than prayer and preaching and gospel performance. The supreme act of worship is to keep the commandments, to follow in the footsteps of the Son of God, to do ever those things that please Him. It is one thing to give lip service to the Lord; it is quite another to respect and honor His will by following the example He has set for us. — Joseph Fielding Smith
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Life may as properly be called an art as any other. Life may as properly be called an art as any other. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: His designs were strictly honourable, as the phrase is; that is, to rob a lady His designs were strictly honourable, as the phrase is; that is, to rob a lady of her fortune by way of marriage. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Adams dealt him so sound a Compliment over his Face with his Fist, that the Adams dealt him so sound a Compliment over his Face with his Fist, that the Blood immediately gushed out of his Nose in a Stream. The Host being unwilling to be outdone in Courtesy, especially by a Person of Adams's Figure, returned the Favour with so much Gratitude, that the Parson's Nostrils likewise began to look a little redder than usual. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: A rich man without charity is a rogue; and perhaps it would be no difficult A rich man without charity is a rogue; and perhaps it would be no difficult matter to prove that he is also a fool. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Success is a fruit of slow growth. Success is a fruit of slow growth. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: There are a set of religious, or rather moral writers, who teach that virtue is There are a set of religious, or rather moral writers, who teach that virtue is the certain road to happiness, and vice to misery, in this world. A very wholesome and comfortable doctrine, and to which we have but one objection, namely, that it is not true. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Great joy, especially after a sudden change of circumstances, is apt to be silent, and Great joy, especially after a sudden change of circumstances, is apt to be silent, and dwells rather in the heart than on the tongue. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: Christ Not Begotten of Holy Ghost ... Christ was begotten of God. He was not Christ Not Begotten of Holy Ghost ... Christ was begotten of God. He was not born without the aid of Man, and that Man was God! — Joseph Fielding Smith
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: I'm going to name drop like an idiot now, but Bono rang me up once, I'm going to name drop like an idiot now, but Bono rang me up once, right? I don't know how he got my number, but I, ever so stupidly, and obviously thought it was one of my mates mocking about. So I was like, "Yeah, whatever." And it was him, but I even went to him, "That's not even a good Irish accent!" — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Our culture is too obsessed with outward appearance, age and status. Love is what matters. Our culture is too obsessed with outward appearance, age and status. Love is what matters. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Patrick Ferriday: As in diamonds so in batting, perfection requires flawlessness and nowhere is a batting imperfection As in diamonds so in batting, perfection requires flawlessness and nowhere is a batting imperfection more quickly recognised than in the dropped catch. For this reason any innings worthy of consideration deserves to have all its flaws studied to establish whether or not it is the genuine gem or just masquerading as one under the glitter of big hitting or weight of runs. — Patrick Ferriday
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: The loss of liberty which must attend being a wife was of all things the The loss of liberty which must attend being a wife was of all things the most horrible to my imagination. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: A good man therefore is a standing lesson to us all. A good man therefore is a standing lesson to us all. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: There are two considerations which always imbitter the heart of an avaricious manthe one is There are two considerations which always imbitter the heart of an avaricious man
the one is a perpetual thirst after more riches, the other the prospect of leaving what he has already acquired. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By E. M. Forster: I was brought up to be honest; the trouble is it gets me nowhere." Liking I was brought up to be honest; the trouble is it gets me nowhere."
Liking her better, he smiled and said, "It'll get us to heaven."
"Will it?"
"If heaven existed."
"Do you not believe in heaven, Mr. Fielding, may I ask?" she said, looking at him shyly.
"I do not. Yet I believe that honesty gets us there. — E. M. Forster
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: I was condemned to be beheaded, or burnt, as the king pleased; and he was I was condemned to be beheaded, or burnt, as the king pleased; and he was graciously pleased, from the great remains of his love, to choose the mildest sentence. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joy Fielding: I've always been hopelessly stuck in the present. I've always been hopelessly stuck in the present. — Joy Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: A wonder lasts but nine days, and then the puppy's eyes are open. A wonder lasts but nine days, and then the puppy's eyes are open. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: None of our political writers ... take notice of any more than three estates, namely, None of our political writers ... take notice of any more than three estates, namely, Kings, Lords and Commons ... passing by in silence that very large and powerful body which form the fourth estate in the community ... the Mob. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: The point is you are supposed to vote for the principle of the thing, not The point is you are supposed to vote for the principle of the thing, not the itsy-bitsy detail about this percent and that percent. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: The man who is wantonly profuse of his promises ought to sink his credit as The man who is wantonly profuse of his promises ought to sink his credit as much as a tradesman would by uttering a great number of promissory notes payable at a distant day. The truest conclusion in both cases is, that neither intend or will be able to pay. And as the latter most probably intends to cheat you of your money, so the former at least designs to cheat you of your thanks. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Keep thinking back about what Mum said about being real and the Velveteen Rabbit book Keep thinking back about what Mum said about being real and the Velveteen Rabbit book (though frankly have had enough trouble with rabbits in this particular house). My favorite book, she claims of which I have no memory was about how little kids get one toy that they love more than all the others, and even when its fur has been rubbed off, and it's gone saggy with bits missing, the little child still thinks it's the most beautiful toy in the world, and can't bear to be parted from it.
That's how it works, when people really love each other, Mum whispered on the way out in the Debenhams lift, as if she was confessing some hideous and embarrassing secret. But, the thing is, darling, it doesn't happen to ones who have sharp edges, or break if they get dropped, or ones made of silly synthetic stuff that doesn't last. You have to be brave and let the other person know who you are and what you feel. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: We've been texting for weeks. Surely it's rather like in Jane Austen's day when they We've been texting for weeks. Surely it's rather like in Jane Austen's day when they did letter-writing for months and months and then just, like, immediately got married?'
'Bridget. Sleeping with a twenty-nine-year-old off Twitter on the second date is not "rather like Jane Austen's day". — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: All Nature wears one universal grin. All Nature wears one universal grin. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Where the law ends tyranny begins. Where the law ends tyranny begins. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: You only get one life. I've just made a decision to change things a bit You only get one life. I've just made a decision to change things a bit and spend what's left of mine looking after me for a change. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joy Fielding: Perfect happiness is knowing that everyone I love is healthy, safe, and content. Perfect happiness is knowing that everyone I love is healthy, safe, and content. — Joy Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: When I was three or four, I was really good at drawing and painting, and When I was three or four, I was really good at drawing and painting, and everyone used to say, "You're going to go to art college." I didn't really know what that meant. — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: I was writing an earnest novel about cruises in the Caribbean and I just started I was writing an earnest novel about cruises in the Caribbean and I just started writing 'Bridget Jones' to get some money, to finance this earnest work, and then I chucked it out. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: To speak a bold truth, I am, after much mature deliberation, inclined to suspect that To speak a bold truth, I am, after much mature deliberation, inclined to suspect that the public voice hath, in all ages, done much injustice to Fortune, and hath convicted her of many facts in which she had not the least concern. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: Men look on knowledge which they learnor might learnfrom others as they do on the Men look on knowledge which they learn
or might learn
from others as they do on the most beautiful structures which are not their own: in outward objects, they would rather behold their own hogsty than their neighbor's palace; and in mental ones, would prefer one grain of knowledge gained by their own observation to all the wisdom of a thousand Solomons. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: [F]or as Socrates says that a wise man is a citizen of the world, so [F]or as Socrates says that a wise man is a citizen of the world, so I thought that a wise woman was equally at liberty to range through every station or degree of men, to fix her choice wherever she pleased. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: A lover, when he is admitted to cards, ought to be solemnly silent, and observe A lover, when he is admitted to cards, ought to be solemnly silent, and observe the motions of his mistress. He must laugh when she laughs, sigh when she sighs. In short, he should be the shadow of her mind. A lady, in the presence of her lover, should never want a looking-glass; as a beau, in the presence of his looking-glass, never wants a mistress. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: Little miss is taught by her mamma that she must never speak before she is Little miss is taught by her mamma that she must never speak before she is spoken to. On this she sits bridling up her head, looking from one to the other, in hopes of being called to and addressed by the name of pretty miss ... But if this should not happen and no one should take any notice of her, she is ready to cry at the neglect. But should there be another miss in the room caressed and taken notice of whilst she is thus overlooked, it will be impossible for her to contain her tears, and blubbering is the word. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Joseph Fielding Smith: Marriage is the preserver of the human race. Without it, the purposes of God would Marriage is the preserver of the human race. Without it, the purposes of God would be frustrated; virtue would be destroyed to give place to vice and corruption, and the earth would be void and empty. — Joseph Fielding Smith
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Went to Jude's party tonight in a tight little black dress to show off figure Went to Jude's party tonight in a tight little black dress to show off figure feeling v. full of myself ...
... There's nothing worse than people telling you you looked tired. They might as well have done with it and say you look like five kinds of shit. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Fashion is the great governor of this world; it presides, not only in matters of Fashion is the great governor of this world; it presides, not only in matters of dress and amusement, but in law, physic, politics, religion, and all other things of the gravest kind; indeed, the wisest of men would be puzzled to give any better reason why particular forms in all these have been at certain times universally received, and at others universally rejected, than that they were in or out of fashion. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: Fear hath the common fault of a justice of peace, and is apt to conclude Fear hath the common fault of a justice of peace, and is apt to conclude hastily from every slight circumstance, without examining the evidence on both sides. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: We got everythin' we need here. We got Baileys, creamy, and, um ... everythin' good. We got everythin' we need here. We got Baileys, creamy, and, um ... everythin' good. I'll get ya another Baileys — Noel Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Henry Fielding: I describe not men, but manners; not an individual, but a species. I describe not men, but manners; not an individual, but a species. — Henry Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Helen Fielding: Thank you, Daniel, that is very good to know. But if staying here means working Thank you, Daniel, that is very good to know. But if staying here means working within 10 yards of you, frankly, I'd rather have a job wiping Saddam Hussein's arse. — Helen Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Sarah Fielding: [F]or women, like tradesmen, draw in the injudicious to buy their goods by the high [F]or women, like tradesmen, draw in the injudicious to buy their goods by the high value they themselves set upon them ... They endeavor strongly to fix in the minds of their enamoratos their own high value, and then contrive as much as possible to make them believe that they have so many purchasers at hand that the goods
if they do not make haste
will all be gone. — Sarah Fielding
Fielding Sayings By Noel Fielding: That's the authentic punk dance. It's like a child dizzy on lemonade. That's the authentic punk dance. It's like a child dizzy on lemonade. — Noel Fielding