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I Reckon Sayings By Zane Grey: Dad, I don't know women very well, but I reckon they live by their hearts. Dad, I don't know women very well, but I reckon they live by their hearts. You — Zane Grey
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I Reckon Sayings By Abraham Lincoln: Rules of livingDon't worry, eat three square meals a day,say your prayers, be courteous to Rules of living
Don't worry, eat three square meals a day,say your prayers, be courteous to your creditors, keep your digestion good,steer clear of biliousness,exercise, go slow and go easy. May be there are other things that your special case requires to make you happy, but my friend, these, i reckon, will give you a good life. — Abraham Lincoln
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I Reckon Sayings By Daniel Woodrell: Stained raincoats, I reckon." "And shitpaper stuck to their shoes. Stained raincoats, I reckon." "And shitpaper stuck to their shoes. — Daniel Woodrell
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I Reckon Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: I wish the days to be as centuries, loaded, fragrant. Now we reckon them as I wish the days to be as centuries, loaded, fragrant. Now we reckon them as bank-days, by some debt which is to be paid us, or which we are to pay, or some pleasure we are to taste. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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I Reckon Sayings By Garson Kanin: A man ninety years old was asked to what he attributed his longevity. I reckon, A man ninety years old was asked to what he attributed his longevity. I reckon, he said, with a twinkle in his eye, it because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried. — Garson Kanin
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I Reckon Sayings By Douglas Adams: So I reckon, what's so secret that I can't let anybody know I know it, So I reckon, what's so secret that I can't let anybody know I know it, not the Galactic Government, not even myself? And the answer is I don't know. Obviously. But I put a few things together and I can begin to guess. When did I decide to run for President? Shortly after the death of President Yooden Vranx. — Douglas Adams
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I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: Talk? Well, it's just Muff Potter, Muff Potter, Muff Potter all the time. It keeps Talk? Well, it's just Muff Potter, Muff Potter, Muff Potter all the time. It keeps me in a sweat, constant, so's I want to hide som'ers." "That's just the same way they go on round me. I reckon he's a goner. Don't you feel sorry for him, sometimes?" "Most always - most always. He ain't — Mark Twain
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I Reckon Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: I dinna know what's a sadist. And if I forgive you for this afternoon, I I dinna know what's a sadist. And if I forgive you for this afternoon, I reckon you'll forgive me, too, as soon as ye can sit down again."
"As for my pleasure ... " His lip twitched. "I said I would have to punish you. I did not say I wasna going to enjoy it." He crooked a finger at me.
"Come here. — Diana Gabaldon
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I Reckon Sayings By Henry Rollins: As performers grow older, I reckon there are two ways they can go. They can As performers grow older, I reckon there are two ways they can go. They can either be up there, playing more deeply from their guts than ever, or they can be phoning it in so crassly that it leaves a lump in your throat as you leave the venue at the end of the show. — Henry Rollins
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I Reckon Sayings By Keisha Castle-Hughes: Your private life should be private. I reckon that's a good thing that you talk Your private life should be private. I reckon that's a good thing that you talk about your work and you talk about what you're doing, but without having to go into how your brother's been and how your mum's been because none of that's really relevant. — Keisha Castle-Hughes
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I Reckon Sayings By Paula Hawkins: Obviously, my name is known now, but I don't think people generally tend to recognize Obviously, my name is known now, but I don't think people generally tend to recognize authors very much. People like J. K. Rowling maybe, Gillian Flynn might be recognized, but I reckon she could walk by me on the street, and I wouldn't know who she was. — Paula Hawkins
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I Reckon Sayings By J.D. Jordan: And in the silence what followed, I reckon our eyes had some long conversation our And in the silence what followed, I reckon our eyes had some long conversation our mouths could've never talked through. Some long, looking talk about things gone and long since said. About cries out in the night and some long ago tangling of limbs. And about them betrayals done time and time again - by both of us - what led to me pointing the Green Man's rifle at the man what once loved me under the Green Man's stars. — J.D. Jordan
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I Reckon Sayings By Mark Haddon: It was a stupid, insane, suicidal idea. Which makes it quite hard to explain why It was a stupid, insane, suicidal idea. Which makes it quite hard to explain why I decided to help. I guess it boils down to this. Charlie was my best friend. I missed him. And I couldn't think of anything better to do. Really stupid reasons which were never going to impress the police, the headmistress or my parents. Looking back, I reckon this was the moment when my whole life started to go pear-shaped. — Mark Haddon
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I Reckon Sayings By Peter Garrett: At an everyday level I would reckon myself more than fortunate. At an everyday level I would reckon myself more than fortunate. — Peter Garrett
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I Reckon Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: The stories get passed on and the truth gets passed over. As the sayin goes. The stories get passed on and the truth gets passed over. As the sayin goes. Which I reckon some would take as meanin that the truth cant compete. but I dont believe that. I think that when the lies are all told and forgot the truth will be there yet. It don't move about from place to place and it dont change from time to time. You cant corrupt it any more than you can salt salt. You cant corrupt it because that's what it is. — Cormac McCarthy
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I Reckon Sayings By Elizabeth George: Should I anticipate all future conversations with you to take this bent?" Lynley enquired. "Frankly, Should I anticipate all future conversations with you to take this bent?" Lynley enquired. "Frankly, I've always thought your appeal lay in your complete indifference to personal grooming."
"Those days are past, sir. What c'n I do for you? I reckon this isn't a personal call, made to see if I'm keeping my legs shaved. — Elizabeth George
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I Reckon Sayings By Winston Groom: Let me say this: being an idiot is no box of chocolates. People laugh, lose Let me say this: being an idiot is no box of chocolates. People laugh, lose patience, treat you shabby. Now they say folks supposed to be kind to the afflicted, but let me tell you this - it ain't always that way. Even so, I got no complaints, cause I reckon I done live a pretty interesting life, so to speak. — Winston Groom
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I Reckon Sayings By David Mitchell: If the human condition were the periodic table, maybe love would be hydrogen at No. If the human condition were the periodic table, maybe love would be hydrogen at No. 1. Death would be helium at No. 2. Power, I reckon, would be where oxygen is. — David Mitchell
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I Reckon Sayings By William Faulkner: I reckon a man in a tight might let Bill Varner patch him up like I reckon a man in a tight might let Bill Varner patch him up like a mule, but I be damned if the man that'd let Anse Bundren treat him with raw cement aint got more spare legs than I have. — William Faulkner
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I Reckon Sayings By David Joy: There was a place where all light tends to go, and I reckon that was There was a place where all light tends to go, and I reckon that was heaven. — David Joy
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I Reckon Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: Collis, unaware that he was without a wedding garment, heralded his arrival with: I reckon Collis, unaware that he was without a wedding garment, heralded his arrival with: I reckon I'm late
the beyed has flown. — F Scott Fitzgerald
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I Reckon Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: All who contribute to the overthrow of religion, or to the ruin of kingdoms and All who contribute to the overthrow of religion, or to the ruin of kingdoms and commonwealths, all who are foes to letters and to the arts which confer honour and benefit on the human race (among whom I reckon the impious, the cruel, the ignorant, the indolent, the base and the worthless), are held in infamy and detestation. — Niccolo Machiavelli
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I Reckon Sayings By H.G.Wells: Eight-and-twenty years,' said I, 'I have lived, and never a ghost have I seen as Eight-and-twenty years,' said I, 'I have lived, and never a ghost have I seen as yet.'
The old woman sat staring hard into the fire, her pale eyes wide open.
'Ay,' she broke in; 'and eight-and-twenty years you have lived and never seen the likes of this house, I reckon. There's a many things to see, when one's still but eight-and-twenty.' She swayed her head slowly from side to side. 'A many things to see and sorrow for.' ("The Red Room") — H.G.Wells
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I Reckon Sayings By Courtney Barnett: I reckon that growing up, listening to so much different music, I think over time I reckon that growing up, listening to so much different music, I think over time I just kind of sucked it all in and it probably comes back out through my music. — Courtney Barnett
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I Reckon Sayings By Jane Wilson-Howarth: I like the way Nepalis point by pouting their lips; they reckon pointing with a I like the way Nepalis point by pouting their lips; they reckon pointing with a finger is rude. — Jane Wilson-Howarth
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I Reckon Sayings By Lorraine Heath: Holding his daughter close with one arm, he pointed toward the distant horizon. "As far Holding his daughter close with one arm, he pointed toward the distant horizon. "As far as you can see - it all belongs to you, Faith. Someday, I'll take you to the top of a windmill and teach you to dream. When you reach for some of those dreams, you might fall ... but your mother and I will be there to catch you because that's what love means: always being there. I love you, little girl." He pressed a kiss to his daughter's cheek. "So much ... it hurts. But I reckon that's part of love, too."
-Dallas — Lorraine Heath
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I Reckon Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: You know we talked about where people go when they die. I just believe you You know we talked about where people go when they die. I just believe you go someplace and I seen her layin there and I thought maybe she wouldn't go to heaven because, you know, I thought she wouldn't and I thought about God forgivin people and I thought about if I could ask God to forgive me for killin that son of a bitch because you and me both know I ain't sorry for it and I reckon this sounds ignorant but I didn't want to be forgiven if she wasn't. I didn't want to do or be nothin that she wasn't like going to heaven or anything like that. — Cormac McCarthy
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I Reckon Sayings By Jane Wilson-Howarth: I reckon that blaming people fixes nothing. You're the only person who is going to I reckon that blaming people fixes nothing. You're the only person who is going to sort you out. No-one else really can - or really cares, enough. That's what Nepalis know - better than anyone. That's our Western disease. Don't take responsibility. Take on a lawyer! — Jane Wilson-Howarth
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I Reckon Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: I busted him and he busted me. That's fair ain't it?No, I ain't forgettin about I busted him and he busted me. That's fair ain't it?
No, I ain't forgettin about jail. You think because he arrested me that thows it off again I reckon? I don't. It's his job. It's what he gets paid for. To arrest people that break the law. And I didn't jest break the law, I made a livin at it. More money in three hours than any workin man makes in a week. Why is that? Because it's harder work? No, because a man who makes a livin doin somethin that has to get him in jail sooner or later has to be paid for the jail, has to be paid in advance not jest for his time breakin the law but for the time he has to build when he gets caught at it. So I been paid. Gifford's been paid. Nobody owes nobody. If it wadn't for Gifford, the law, I wouldn't of had the job I had blockadin and if it wadn't for me blockadin, Gifford wouldn't of had his job arrestin blockaders. Now who owes who? — Cormac McCarthy
I Reckon Sayings By Erlend Loe: Rome, yes, I say, thinking in quick succession of the Pantheon, the Colosseum and the Rome, yes, I say, thinking in quick succession of the Pantheon, the Colosseum and the cardinals screwing around while wondering whether women have souls or not, and of Nero, of course, who killed his closest family and let the city burn. I don't reckon he liked people, either. — Erlend Loe
I Reckon Sayings By Loretta Chase: Oh, it's ridiculous. I ought to laugh. But I can't. You won't believe it.""Of course Oh, it's ridiculous. I ought to laugh. But I can't. You won't believe it."
"Of course we will," Sophye said.
"He offered you a carte blanche," Leonie said.
"No, he asked me to marry him."
There was a short stunned silence.
Then, "I reckon he's in a marrying mood," Sophy said. — Loretta Chase
I Reckon Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Far or forgot to me is near;Shadow and sunlight are the same;The vanished gods to Far or forgot to me is near;
Shadow and sunlight are the same;
The vanished gods to me appear;
And one to me are shame and fame.They reckon ill who leave me out;
When me they fly, I am the wings;
I am the doubter and the doubt,
And I the hymn the Brahmin sings. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
I Reckon Sayings By William Faulkner: I am not religious, I reckon. But peace is in my heart: I know it I am not religious, I reckon. But peace is in my heart: I know it is. — William Faulkner
I Reckon Sayings By Torey L. Hayden: My heart do be so big," she whispered. "It be so big and I do My heart do be so big," she whispered. "It be so big and I do reckon I be about the happiest kid for it. — Torey L. Hayden
I Reckon Sayings By Bill Condon: Not bad, not bad. That's one down. Only a million to go.''Right. Thanks, Shark.'I should Not bad, not bad. That's one down. Only a million to go.'
'Right. Thanks, Shark.'
I should have known to expect something like that from him.
'Now that you've proven yourself I reckon you've earned a go at a very important assignment.'
'Making tea?'
'No, I said important. You want to have a crack at it?'
'All right. That'd be good.'
'That's the way. Run down the post office and get the mail for us. Key's hanging up in the front office. When you come back, I want you to open it up and sort it into three piles: good stuff, bad stuff, and shit. Off you go.'
You bastard, Shark. You bastard. I say that to myself as I trudge away. — Bill Condon
I Reckon Sayings By Joan Aiken: The use of reading, Gibbon says somewhere, is to aid us in thinking. I have The use of reading, Gibbon says somewhere, is to aid us in thinking. I have always disagreed with Gibbon over that; he may have used literature to help him think, but for me, often, and for most of the human race I reckon (since I have no reason to think myself unique) books can be a mind-stupefying drug, employed to banish thought, not to invoke it. When I am unhappy I can sink into a novel as into unconsciousness. Blessed War and Peace, thrice blessed Mansfield Park; how many potential suicides have their pages distracted and soothed and entertained past the danger point? — Joan Aiken
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: God Almighty made us all, and some He gives eyes that's blind, and some He God Almighty made us all, and some He gives eyes that's blind, and some He gives eyes that can see, and I reckon it ain't none of our lookout what He done it for; it's all right, or He'd 'a' fixed it some other way. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Garrett Leigh: I can't make sense of this shit for you, but not understanding it isn't a I can't make sense of this shit for you, but not understanding it isn't a reason for you to be alone for the rest of your life. If you really see something with this . . . bloke, take it, roll with it. Don't rent your heart out for nothing when I reckon you've both been through enough to deserve a hell of a lot more." It — Garrett Leigh
I Reckon Sayings By Sharyn McCrumb: The people who live happily ever after - they don't appear in the history books. The people who live happily ever after - they don't appear in the history books. They just fade away. I reckon that's what happiness is.
Pauline Foster - " The Ballad of Tom Dooley ", Sharyn McCrumb, p. 271 — Sharyn McCrumb
I Reckon Sayings By Kevin Spacey: I think that there was a period of time - and I would reckon it I think that there was a period of time - and I would reckon it was about 12 years - where I was just determined to see if I could build a career for myself. — Kevin Spacey
I Reckon Sayings By Lindsay Buroker: I reckon if you care for someone and you can't have their love, you can I reckon if you care for someone and you can't have their love, you can either be a spiteful bastard about it or you can try your damnedest to make sure they're going to find some happiness in the world. — Lindsay Buroker
I Reckon Sayings By Sinclair Lewis: I was brought up to believe that the Christian God wasn't a scared and compromising I was brought up to believe that the Christian God wasn't a scared and compromising public servant, but the creator of the whole merciless truth, and I reckon that training spoiled me
I actually took my teachers seriously! — Sinclair Lewis
I Reckon Sayings By Kathryn Stockett: By the time she a year old Mae Mobley following me around everwhere I go By the time she a year old Mae Mobley following me around everwhere I go ... .Miss Leefolt, she'd narrow up her eyes at me like I done something wrong, unhitch that crying baby off my foot. I reckon that's the risk you run, letting somebody else raise you chilluns — Kathryn Stockett
I Reckon Sayings By Kiese Laymon: In essay writing, I'm trying to push the form of expository writing. I'm trying to In essay writing, I'm trying to push the form of expository writing. I'm trying to remember, trying to reckon, trying to find connections with the world, the nation and me, but I'm always trying to push the form, too, without being too obvious that I'm trying to push the form. — Kiese Laymon
I Reckon Sayings By Eleanor Hallowell Abbott: As far as I can reckon, a woman can stand absolutely anything under God's heaven As far as I can reckon, a woman can stand absolutely anything under God's heaven that she knows; but she just up and can't stand the littlest, teeniest, no-account sort of thing that she ain't sure of. Answers may kill 'em dead enough, but it's questions that eats 'em alive. — Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
I Reckon Sayings By Lisa Wingate: Even though Jack wasn't a romantic man in big showy ways, those little things let Even though Jack wasn't a romantic man in big showy ways, those little things let me know his feelings more than any high-dollar roses on Valentine's Day ever could have. In Corinthians, Paul says love's not boastful, so I reckon Jack got it right. His love was patient and quiet, and it endured. — Lisa Wingate
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: Man has been here 32,000 years. That it took a hundred million years to prepare Man has been here 32,000 years. That it took a hundred million years to prepare the world for him is proof that that is what it was done for. I suppose it is. I dunno. If the Eiffel tower were now representing the world's age, the skin of paint on the pinnacle-knob at its summit would represent man's share of that age; and anybody would perceive that that skin what what the tower was built for. I reckon they would, I dunno. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Katherine Arden: I remember more and see more than you, she said. And will for a considerable I remember more and see more than you, she said. And will for a considerable time. We do not speak to many, and the spirit of horses does not reveal himself to anyone. There is magic in your bones. You must reckon with it. — Katherine Arden
I Reckon Sayings By Herodotus: This I saw myself, and I found it greater than words can say. For if This I saw myself, and I found it greater than words can say. For if one should put together and reckon up all the buildings and all the great works produced by Hellenes, they would prove to be inferior in labour and expense to this labyrinth, though it is true that both the temple at Ephesos and that at Samos are works worthy of note. The pyramids also were greater than words can say, and each one of them is equal to many works of the Hellenes, great as they may be; but the labyrinth surpasses even the pyramids. — Herodotus
I Reckon Sayings By Peter Matthiessen: Huntin too hard for the truth ain't a good idea, y'know," he added. "By the Huntin too hard for the truth ain't a good idea, y'know," he added. "By the time you stumble over it, it ain't the truth no more. Unless there's death in it. I reckon death is about as close to truth as a man can come. — Peter Matthiessen
I Reckon Sayings By Hugh Howey: I reckon he only ever wanted you to be happy. That's why he was the I reckon he only ever wanted you to be happy. That's why he was the man for you. — Hugh Howey
I Reckon Sayings By Jane Austen: I am really not tired, which I almost wonder at; for we must have walked I am really not tired, which I almost wonder at; for we must have walked at least a mile in this wood. Do not you think we have? '
'Not half a mile,' was his sturdy answer; for he was not yet so much in love as to measure distance, or reckon time, with feminine lawlessness. — Jane Austen
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: The king he allowed he would drop over to t'other village without any plan, but The king he allowed he would drop over to t'other village without any plan, but just trust in Providence to lead him the profitable way - meaning the devil, I reckon. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Noel Gallagher: You have to make the effort with children. You can't have them thinking that I You have to make the effort with children. You can't have them thinking that I reckon I'm special, otherwise they'll start thinking they're special. I want them to feel normal for as long as possible because God knows they'll reach an age when they'll be told they're not. — Noel Gallagher
I Reckon Sayings By Christopher Vokes: I reckon that the Bailey Bridge and the bulldozer were the greatest advances in military I reckon that the Bailey Bridge and the bulldozer were the greatest advances in military engineering in the years between World War I and World War II. — Christopher Vokes
I Reckon Sayings By Celine Kiernan: It's the last residue of our closeness with God, I reckon, the ability to see It's the last residue of our closeness with God, I reckon, the ability to see the wonder of things. — Celine Kiernan
I Reckon Sayings By Harry Styles: If I wasn't in the band I reckon I'd be a virgin. If I wasn't in the band I reckon I'd be a virgin. — Harry Styles
I Reckon Sayings By Terry Pratchett: I reckon responsible behavior is something to get when you grow older. Like varicose veins. I reckon responsible behavior is something to get when you grow older. Like varicose veins. — Terry Pratchett
I Reckon Sayings By Lance Weller: I'm American. Like I told you. And I'm American and not something else because they I'm American. Like I told you. And I'm American and not something else because they failed that day. They couldn't do it and most of them probably knew they couldn't do it before they even started, but they went anyhow. There's honor in that. I don't reckon there's much honor left in the world now, but they had it that day and I honor them on both sides by knowing what I can about it. Much as I can. — Lance Weller
I Reckon Sayings By Bruce Machart: I don't reckon misery loves any damn thing at all. I don't reckon misery loves any damn thing at all. — Bruce Machart
I Reckon Sayings By Walt Whitman: And as to you life, I reckon you are the leavings of many deaths, / And as to you life, I reckon you are the leavings of many deaths, / No doubt I have died myself ten thousand times before. — Walt Whitman
I Reckon Sayings By Lorraine Heath: He met Austin's gaze over the top of Faith's head. "I sure hope your baby He met Austin's gaze over the top of Faith's head. "I sure hope your baby is a boy."
"Reckon we need to even things out a little, don't we?"
Rawley gave him a brusque nod. "We men folk are sorely outnumbered."
Austin laughed, remembering a time when that was exactly what Dallas had wanted: more women out in West Texas.
-Austin and Rawley — Lorraine Heath
I Reckon Sayings By Harper Lee: Jem was twelve. He was difficult to live with, inconsistent, moody. His appetite was appalling, Jem was twelve. He was difficult to live with, inconsistent, moody. His appetite was appalling, and he told me so many times to stop pestering him I consulted Atticus: "Reckon he's got tapeworm" Atticus said no, Jem was growing. I must be patient with him and disturb him as little as possible. — Harper Lee
I Reckon Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: I had one last try."Does it bother you that I'm not a virgin?" He hesitated I had one last try.
"Does it bother you that I'm not a virgin?" He hesitated a moment before answering.
"Well, no," he said slowly, "so long as it doesna bother you that I am." He grinned at my drop-jawed expression, and backed toward the door.
"Reckon one of us should know what they're doing," he said. The door closed softly behind him; clearly the courtship was over. — Diana Gabaldon
I Reckon Sayings By Kristen Ashley: You love a job, no matter how hard it is, it's still easy. Not sure, You love a job, no matter how hard it is, it's still easy. Not sure, never studied up on the guy, could be wrong, but I reckon Michelangelo didn't wake up and think, 'Fuck , I gotta drag my ass outta bed. More painting at the Sistine Chapel. Wish that shit was done so I could get to a fuckin' beach. — Kristen Ashley
I Reckon Sayings By Curly Howard: Well being as there's no other place around the place, I reckon this must be Well being as there's no other place around the place, I reckon this must be the place, I reckon. — Curly Howard
I Reckon Sayings By Gaylord Perry: I reckon I tried everything on the old apple, but salt and pepper and chocolate I reckon I tried everything on the old apple, but salt and pepper and chocolate sauce topping. — Gaylord Perry
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: I had been to school most all the time, and could spell, and read, and I had been to school most all the time, and could spell, and read, and write just a little, and could say the multiplication table up to six times seven is thirty-five, and I don't reckon I could ever get any further than that if I was to live forever. I don't take no stock in mathematics, anyway. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: The moment I got a chance I slipped aside privately and touched an ancient common The moment I got a chance I slipped aside privately and touched an ancient common looking man on the shoulder and said, in an insinuating, confidential way:
"Friend, do me a kindness. Do you belong to the asylum, or are you just on a visit or something like that?"
He looked me over stupidly, and said:
"Marry, fair sir, me seemeth - "
"That will do," I said; "I reckon you are a patient. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Dashiell Hammett: I haven't any sort of plans for the future but I reckon things will work I haven't any sort of plans for the future but I reckon things will work out in some manner. — Dashiell Hammett
I Reckon Sayings By Sophie Scholl: Many people think of our times as being the last before the end of the Many people think of our times as being the last before the end of the world. The evidence of horror all around us makes this seem possible. But isn't that an idea of only minor importance? Doesn't every human being, no matter which era he lives in, always have to reckon with being accountable to God at any moment? Can I know whether I'll be alive tomorrow morning? A bomb could destroy all of us tonight. And then my guilt would not be one bit less than if I perished together with the arth and the stars. — Sophie Scholl
I Reckon Sayings By Emily Murdoch: My stomach squirms like worms (in a good way) just thinking about him. And I My stomach squirms like worms (in a good way) just thinking about him. And I reckon when love's in short supply, you know it all the more when it finds you. — Emily Murdoch
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: But I reckon I got to light out for the Territory ahead of therest, because But I reckon I got to light out for the Territory ahead of therest, because Aunt Sally she's going to adopt me and sivilize me, and I can't stand it. I been there before. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Harry -I'm flying north immediately. This news about your scar is the latest in a Harry -
I'm flying north immediately. This news about your scar is the latest in a series of strange rumors that have reached me here. If it hurts again, go straight to Dumbledore - they're saying he's got Mad-Eye out of retirement, which means he's reading the signs, even if no one else is.
I'll be in touch soon. My best to Ron and Hermione. Keep your eyes open,Harry.
Sirius
Dear Sirius,
I reckon I just imagined my scar hurting, I was half asleep when I wrote to you last time. There's no point coming back, everything's fine here. Don't worry about me, my head feels completely normal.
Harry
Nice try, Harry.
I'm back in the country and well hidden. I want you to keep me posted on
everything that's going on at Hogwarts. Don't use Hedwig, keep changing owls,and don't worry about me, just watch out for yourself Don't forget what I said about your scar.
Sirius — J.K. Rowling
I Reckon Sayings By Anonymous: Twenty-four hundred years ago, the ageing and grumpy Plato, in Book VII of the Laws, Twenty-four hundred years ago, the ageing and grumpy Plato, in Book VII of the Laws, gave his definition of scientific illiteracy: Who is unable to count one, two, three, or to distinguish odd from even numbers, or is unable to count at all, or reckon night and day, and who is totally unacquainted with the revolution of the Sun and Moon, and the other stars . . . All freemen, I conceive, should learn as much of these branches of knowledge as every child in Egypt is taught when he learns the alphabet. In that country arithmetical games have been invented for the use of mere children, which they learn as pleasure and amusement ... I ... have late in life heard with amazement of our ignorance in these matters; to me we appear to be more like pigs than men, and I am quite ashamed, not only of myself, but of all Greeks. — Anonymous
I Reckon Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: There isn't any devil in a good dog. That's why they're more lovable than cats, There isn't any devil in a good dog. That's why they're more lovable than cats, I reckon. But I'm darned if they're as interesting. — L.M. Montgomery
I Reckon Sayings By Jack London: I reckon you've called the turn, Bill. That wolf's a dog, an' it's eaten fish I reckon you've called the turn, Bill. That wolf's a dog, an' it's eaten fish many's the time from the hand of man. (ch. 2.) — Jack London
I Reckon Sayings By William Shakespeare: No, I am that I am, and they that levelAt my abuses, reckon up their No, I am that I am, and they that level
At my abuses, reckon up their own;
I may be straight, though they themselves be bevel.
Sonnet 121 — William Shakespeare
I Reckon Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Where's your warrant?" asked McGinty. "By Gar! a man might as well live in Russia Where's your warrant?" asked McGinty. "By Gar! a man might as well live in Russia as in Vermissa while folk like you are running the police. It's a capitalist outrage, and you'll hear more of it, I reckon. — Arthur Conan Doyle
I Reckon Sayings By R.D. Ronald: I'm not into this whole "move with the times" thing. I reckon we should just I'm not into this whole "move with the times" thing. I reckon we should just decide on a year and stick with it. — R.D. Ronald
I Reckon Sayings By Jim Jefferies: I wouldn't mind gigging around the same era as Jesus, after he gives his speech I wouldn't mind gigging around the same era as Jesus, after he gives his speech about the meek and how blessed they are and all that type of bullshit, going up there and doing a flat 20 [minutes]. I reckon I'd have better stagecraft and presence than Jesus. Yea, I'm a better stand-up comedian than Jesus, so I reckon I could go on after him. — Jim Jefferies
I Reckon Sayings By Janette Oke: Reckon I'd be lyin' iffen I didn't own up to feelin' a little sore here Reckon I'd be lyin' iffen I didn't own up to feelin' a little sore here an' there," Willie said with a grin. "An' thet's all thet yer gonna git me to confess. Full-grown able-bodied man shouldn't be admittin' to even thet. Folks will be thinkin' thet I never worked a day in my life. — Janette Oke
I Reckon Sayings By Hermann Hesse: I call that man awake who, with conscious knowledge and understanding, can perceive the deep I call that man awake who, with conscious knowledge and understanding, can perceive the deep unreasoning powers in his soul, his whole innermost strength, desire and weakness, and knows how to reckon with himself. — Hermann Hesse
I Reckon Sayings By George Meredith: I've studied men from my topsy-turvy Close, and I reckon, rather true. Some are fine I've studied men from my topsy-turvy Close, and I reckon, rather true. Some are fine fellows: some, right scurvy; Most, a dash between the two. — George Meredith
I Reckon Sayings By Gillian Bronte Adams: They say 'Chaos is the ally of the desperate man,' and I reckon it applies They say 'Chaos is the ally of the desperate man,' and I reckon it applies to dwarves and snot-nosed boys too. Let's test is at the front gate, shall we? — Gillian Bronte Adams
I Reckon Sayings By Tana French: I reckon it was always going to happen, one way or another. She wasn't made I reckon it was always going to happen, one way or another. She wasn't made right for this world. She'd been running away from it since she was nine. — Tana French
I Reckon Sayings By Justin Somper: So how do you make your exit?" she asked. "In a puff of smoke? Or So how do you make your exit?" she asked. "In a puff of smoke? Or do you just vaporize?"
He grinned at her. "Much as I hate to be a crushing disappointment to you, I reckon I'll just take the door. — Justin Somper
I Reckon Sayings By Lara Williamson: ...but the worst thing is that Billy and I have been told nothing. It feels ...but the worst thing is that Billy and I have been told nothing. It feels like when you're young, everyone thinks it's better not to tell you stuff. But they *should* tell you, because being young doesn't mean being stupid and I reckon we could handle being told the truth. Lies are the thing that hurt the most. — Lara Williamson
I Reckon Sayings By Terry Pratchett: No,' she said. 'No, I don't reckon that's what I do now. Are you watchin', No,' she said. 'No, I don't reckon that's what I do now. Are you watchin', Mrs Gogol? Are you watchin' real close?'
Her gaze travelled the room and rested for just a fraction of a second on Magrat.
Then she reached over, carefully, and thrust her arm up to the elbow into the burning torch.
And the doll in Erzulie Gogol's hands burst into flame.
It went on blazing even after the witch had screamed and dropped it on to the floor. It went on burning until Nanny Ogg ambled over with a jug of fruit juice from the buffet, whistling between her teeth, and put it out.
Granny withdrew her hand. It was unscathed. — Terry Pratchett
I Reckon Sayings By Laura Frantz: Do you often make meals for outlanders, Miss Click?" There was teasing in his tone Do you often make meals for outlanders, Miss Click?" There was teasing in his tone and in his astonishing eyes. Scarlet, she looked down at her apron, now soiled by three spots of coffee, a bit lost in the richness of his speech. "You've yet tae call me Doctor, which I dinna mind in the least. But it tells me you are questioning my credentials. And those eyes of yours demand I must somehow prove myself, pass a test. Like your faither did when he ran the Shawnee gauntlet." "You read that in the papers, I reckon." "Aye. Is it true?" She nodded. "He carried the scars to his grave." "So he passed the test. Will I? — Laura Frantz
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: They had been heritors and subjects of cruelty and outrage so long that nothing could They had been heritors and subjects of cruelty and outrage so long that nothing could have startled them but a kindness. Yes, here was a curious revelation, indeed, of the depth to which this people had been sunk in slavery. Their entire being was reduced to a monotonous dead level of patience, resignation, dumb uncomplaining acceptance of whatever might befall them in this life. Their very imagination was dead. When you can say that of a man, he has struck bottom, I reckon; there is no lower deep for him. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Margaret Brownley: If God was small enough to understand, I reckon He wouldn't be big enough to If God was small enough to understand, I reckon He wouldn't be big enough to worship. — Margaret Brownley
I Reckon Sayings By Sarah Hall: I don't reckon there are many writers who start out really expecting writing to be I don't reckon there are many writers who start out really expecting writing to be an attainable occupation. Well, I didn't. It was a pipe dream. — Sarah Hall
I Reckon Sayings By Joel Edgerton: I reckon I would be able compare anything to anything else if you gave me I reckon I would be able compare anything to anything else if you gave me enough time. — Joel Edgerton
I Reckon Sayings By Mark Twain: I reckon the widow or the parson or somebody prayed that this bread would find I reckon the widow or the parson or somebody prayed that this bread would find me, and here it have gone and done it. So there ain't no doubt but there is something in that thing. That is, there's something in it when a body like the widow or the parson prays, but it don't work for me, and I reckon it don't work for only just the right kind. — Mark Twain
I Reckon Sayings By Nick Hornby: Reading the book now means that one can, if one wants, play Fantasy Literaturematch writers Reading the book now means that one can, if one wants, play Fantasy Literature
match writers off against each other and see who won over the long haul. Faulkner or Henry Green? I reckon the surprise champ was P.G. Wodehouse, as elegant and resourceful a prose stylist as anyone held up for our inspection here ... he has turned out to be as enduring as anyone apart from Orwell. Jokes, you see. People do like jokes.
(Hornby's thoughts after reading "Enemies of Promise" by Cyril Connolly) — Nick Hornby
I Reckon Sayings By Markus Zusak: You ever hear a dog cry, Steve? You know, howling so loud it's almost unbearable?' You ever hear a dog cry, Steve? You know, howling so loud it's almost unbearable?' He nodded. 'I reckon they howl like that because they're so hungry it hurts, and that's what I feel in me every day of my life. I'm so hungry to be somethin' - to be somebody. You hear me?' He did. 'I'm not lyin' down ever. Not for you. Not for anyone.' I ended it. 'I'm hungry, Steve.'
Sometimes I think they're the best words I've ever said.
'I'm hungry. — Markus Zusak
I Reckon Sayings By Xavier Rudd: My dad was a really good surfer, and by the time I was 10, he My dad was a really good surfer, and by the time I was 10, he was dragging me out on some good days at Bells. I'd reckon they were solid, 6-foot days, and he'd tell me to wait on the shoulder. I'd see him coming through the barrel, and he'd just scream at me to go. I'd drop in, and he'd give me a hoot from behind - I've always loved it. — Xavier Rudd
I Reckon Sayings By Alice Hegan Rice: It'll be with me like it was with Uncle Ned's ole ox, I reckon; he It'll be with me like it was with Uncle Ned's ole ox, I reckon; he kep' a-goin' an' a-goin' till he died a-standin' up, an' even then they had to push him over. — Alice Hegan Rice
I Reckon Sayings By Betty Smith: May I have this damaged bunch for two cents? Speak strongly and it shall be May I have this damaged bunch for two cents? Speak strongly and it shall be yours for two cents. That is a saved penny that you put in the star bank ... Suffer the cold for an hour. Put a shawl around you. Sai, I am cold because I am saving to buy land. That hour will save you three cents' worth of coal ... When you are alone at night, do not light the lamp. Sit in the darkness and dream awhile. Reckon out how much oil you saved and put its value in pennies in the bank. The money will grow. Someday there will be fifty dollars and somewhere on this long island is a piece of land that you may buy for that money. — Betty Smith