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63 Japan Love Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Japan Love Sayings By Sayo Masuda: When someone who's starved of love is shown something that looks like sincere affection, is When someone who's starved of love is shown something that looks like sincere affection, is it any wonder that she jumps at it and clings to it? — Sayo Masuda
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Japan Love Sayings By Yaya Han: So many of us, we love these things that come from Japan. We play the So many of us, we love these things that come from Japan. We play the video games every day, we read the manga, people watch the cartoons, they absolutely love it. — Yaya Han
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Japan Love Sayings By John Lasseter: I love Japan. I love the collision of the modern and ancient worlds coming together I love Japan. I love the collision of the modern and ancient worlds coming together in that place. It's so high-tech and cool. — John Lasseter
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Japan Love Sayings By Nancy Pearl: In Snow Country, Yasunari Kawabata, the first of Japan's two Nobel laureates, describes the sad In Snow Country, Yasunari Kawabata, the first of Japan's two Nobel laureates, describes the sad and sorry love affair of a geisha from the country and an intellectual from the city. It's — Nancy Pearl
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Japan Love Sayings By Donald Trump: I wouldn't mind a little bow. In Japan, they bow. I love it. Only thing I wouldn't mind a little bow. In Japan, they bow. I love it. Only thing I love about Japan. — Donald Trump
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Japan Love Sayings By Yasunari Kawabata: People have separated from each other with walls of concrete that blocked the roads to People have separated from each other with walls of concrete that blocked the roads to connection and love. and Nature has been defeated in the name of development. — Yasunari Kawabata
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Japan Love Sayings By David Chang: There are many things to admire about Japan but this is the one thing I There are many things to admire about Japan but this is the one thing I love the most and probably the only time I eat breakfast. Fish, eggs, soup, salad, veggies; all in the tiniest bites. It's a full meal, but it's so refreshing. — David Chang
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Japan Love Sayings By Rinko Kikuchi: We don't put our emotions out there in Japan. I'm Japanese, but I love to We don't put our emotions out there in Japan. I'm Japanese, but I love to be honest. — Rinko Kikuchi
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Japan Love Sayings By Ichiro Suzuki: I love baseball, but being here (in the United States), I've been able to play I love baseball, but being here (in the United States), I've been able to play golf every day. I can't play in Japan because every course has caddies, and the caddies all want autographs and don't want to let me golf. — Ichiro Suzuki
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Japan Love Sayings By Lidia Yuknavitch: A Japanese woman friend whose infant son died seven days into his life - no A Japanese woman friend whose infant son died seven days into his life - no detectable reason - just the small breathing becoming nothing until it disappeared, told me that in Japan, there is a two-term word - "mizugo" - which translates loosely to "water children." Children who did not live long enough to enter the world as we live in it. In Japan, there are rituals for mothers and families, practices and prayers for the water children. There are shrines where a person can visit and deliver words and love and offerings to the water children. — Lidia Yuknavitch
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Japan Love Sayings By Sir Laurens Van Der Post: [The] Japanese were a people in a profound, inverse, reverse, or if I preferred it, [The] Japanese were a people in a profound, inverse, reverse, or if I preferred it, even perverse sense, more in love with death than living. — Sir Laurens Van Der Post
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Japan Love Sayings By Marc Cameron: We say in Japan that those who travel for love find a thousand miles not We say in Japan that those who travel for love find a thousand miles not longer than one. Though — Marc Cameron
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Japan Love Sayings By Stanley Donwood: I love going somewhere like Japan where you can't understand a word of the advertising I love going somewhere like Japan where you can't understand a word of the advertising - you just see it for its aesthetic beauty, without feeling that you're being sold something. — Stanley Donwood
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Japan Love Sayings By Matty Mullins: At the beginning, my folks were pretty upset with the whole thing at first, the At the beginning, my folks were pretty upset with the whole thing at first, the music, the tattoos - but after observing the music scene I'm in now for a couple of years, they totally get it - they actually love it. They are so proud. My dad actually flew to Japan to see us play. My mom comes to the shows near home in Washington. — Matty Mullins
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Japan Love Sayings By Alex Kerr: It is not, of course, only the Japanese who find flat sterile surfaces attractive and It is not, of course, only the Japanese who find flat sterile surfaces attractive and kirei. Foreign observers, too, are seduced by the crisp borders, sharp corners, neat railings, and machine-polished textures that define the new Japanese landscape, because, consciously or unconsciously, most of us see such things as embodying the very essence of modernism. In short, foreigners very often fall in love with kirei even more than the Japanese do; for one thing, they can have no idea of the mysterious beauty of the old jungle, rice paddies, wood, and stone that was paved over. Smooth industrial finish everywhere, with detailed attention to each cement block and metal joint: it looks 'modern'; ergo, Japan is supremely modern. — Alex Kerr
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Japan Love Sayings By Drew Waters: I traveled the world ten times over doing something I never thought I'd do in I traveled the world ten times over doing something I never thought I'd do in a million years. I found myself in Tokyo, Japan. I (was in) a Dell Computer commercial, the first thing I had ever done, and I fell in love with it. I fell in love with the green screens, I fell in love with (everything). The translator was explaining everything to me. It was a passion like I had never felt before. I came back and it took me five years to really accept that that was okay. — Drew Waters
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Japan Love Sayings By Ryan Potter: I go up to San Francisco on holidays and spend time with my family there, I go up to San Francisco on holidays and spend time with my family there, but whenever I go to Japan, I enjoy every moment. I try to go back there every year or so. It's a phenomenal place, and I absolutely love it. It's not my second home; it is my home. Whenever I go back, I feel very connected with Japan. — Ryan Potter
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Japan Love Sayings By Tucker Max: Obviously, I love Japanese food. My favorite TV show of all time, without exception, is Obviously, I love Japanese food. My favorite TV show of all time, without exception, is 'Iron Chef.' Not the stupid American version; 'Iron Chef' Japanese; the real one, the one that was on in Japan ... my DVR for years was set to record almost every single 'Iron Chef' episode. — Tucker Max
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Japan Love Sayings By Oliver Stone: If we [Americans] are a strong people, a united people, why do we always have If we [Americans] are a strong people, a united people, why do we always have to hear how great we are? What is this self-love? Where does this come from? It got worse, because after the war we thought we'd won it. That's the first myth. Frankly, Russia won it. The Soviet Union sacrificed far greater form than anyone else to win that war. Secondly, we had the atomic bomb. We should not have dropped it on Japan. We did as an example to the Soviets, not to defeat Japan and to save American lives. These are myths that we explode with a lot of research early on. — Oliver Stone
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Japan Love Sayings By Christopher Barzak: In Japan, people have something called their charm point. A coy smile, a twinkle in In Japan, people have something called their charm point. A coy smile, a twinkle in the eye, a faultless sense of humour, or a laugh no one has heard in the history of laughs before. The thing that makes others love you. — Christopher Barzak
Japan Love Sayings By Ben Eine: I painted the words "GREAT ADVENTURE" in Beijing, Dallas, San Francisco, Copenhagen, and Japan. What I painted the words "GREAT ADVENTURE" in Beijing, Dallas, San Francisco, Copenhagen, and Japan. What it means to me is completely different to everybody else. And that's what I love about random words and phrases taken out of context: everyone applies their own context. If you want to apply something political or meaningful to a word I wrote on the side of the wall, then it's up to you. — Ben Eine
Japan Love Sayings By Ben Stiller: I've been to Japan but I've never been to China, I'd love to go to I've been to Japan but I've never been to China, I'd love to go to China. I don't know, I like to go to places that are remote. So, I think I'd like to do that more. And just sort of also explore not having a structured work life someday, to have more free time to sort of see what happens. — Ben Stiller
Japan Love Sayings By Ruth Reichl: Lacy little green fronds waved up through clear liquid; it reminded me of a forest Lacy little green fronds waved up through clear liquid; it reminded me of a forest stream in early spring, just after the ice has melted. I picked up a frond, and as I put it in my mouth, I experienced a moment of cool, pure freshness.
"What is it?" I asked Jake, enchanted.
"Mozuku, a special kind of seaweed from Okinawa. You don't think it's slimy?"
"Slippery, but I love the way it feels in my mouth. — Ruth Reichl
Japan Love Sayings By Barry Eisler: I love Japan, and Tokyo is my favorite city. I love Japan, and Tokyo is my favorite city. — Barry Eisler
Japan Love Sayings By Andrew James Pritchard: At this point I came across one of the vending machines that only Japan has. At this point I came across one of the vending machines that only Japan has. I have to admit that I love the whimsical items sold in such appliances, like all sorts of junk food, beer cans, whisky bottles and even underwear. This particular machine sold both whisky and underwear, which truly is a bizarre combination, or maybe not, considering all the underwear were female panties. It was therefore my theory that older men would come by and buy the whisky, and then when they were drunk and young women passed by, the men would then offer them panties as gifts for sexual favours. Ya, it all made perfect sense to me. — Andrew James Pritchard
Japan Love Sayings By David Chang: I love chicken. I love chicken products: fried chicken, roasted chicken, chicken nuggets - whatever. I love chicken. I love chicken products: fried chicken, roasted chicken, chicken nuggets - whatever. And going to Japan, I would see that these chicken were smoked and then grilled and then have this amazing crispy skin. — David Chang
Japan Love Sayings By Michael Lewis: In Japan, mothers insist on achievement and accomplishment as a sign of love and respect. In Japan, mothers insist on achievement and accomplishment as a sign of love and respect. Thus to fail places children in a highly shamed situation. — Michael Lewis
Japan Love Sayings By Cynthia Breazeal: We have a lot of suspicion of robots in the West. But if you look We have a lot of suspicion of robots in the West. But if you look cross-culturally, that isn't true. In Japan, in their science fiction, robots are seen as good. They have Astro Boy, this character they've fallen in love with and he's fundamentally good, always there to help people. — Cynthia Breazeal
Japan Love Sayings By Alexei Maxim Russell: Being a samurai is all about selfless service and if the lord abuses the servant, Being a samurai is all about selfless service and if the lord abuses the servant, it is no longer a situation of service; it becomes the situation of a victim. It is never acceptable for a samurai to be a victim. It is never acceptable to allow a lord to abuse you or rob you of your dignity. In such a situation, it is acceptable to walk away. — Alexei Maxim Russell
Japan Love Sayings By Shaun White: Snowboarding's tough, because you've got to go to the mountains. For me, I love the Snowboarding's tough, because you've got to go to the mountains. For me, I love the skateboard season because I get to hangout at home and still be skating. I don't have to travel to Norway or Japan or these crazy places to be snowboarding. — Shaun White
Japan Love Sayings By Tamae Watanabe: I love Mount Fuji and I think it is my love of the mountains in I love Mount Fuji and I think it is my love of the mountains in Japan that led me to seek other mountains around the world. — Tamae Watanabe
Japan Love Sayings By Ruth Ozeki: There are lots of superheroes with different superpowers, and some of them are big and There are lots of superheroes with different superpowers, and some of them are big and flashy, like super strength and super speed, and molecular restructuring, and force fields. But these abilities are really not so different from the superpower stuff that old Jiko could do, like moving superslow, or reading people's minds, or appearing in doorways, or making people feel okay about themselves by just being there. — Ruth Ozeki
Japan Love Sayings By John Burnham Schwartz: By almost every account he's a fine young man. I'm simply trying to figure out By almost every account he's a fine young man. I'm simply trying to figure out why I should care that he's three centimeters taller than he was in May. — John Burnham Schwartz
Japan Love Sayings By Marcus Samuelsson: I had a long-lasting love affair with the flavors from Japan and the hustling New I had a long-lasting love affair with the flavors from Japan and the hustling New York street vendors. And, of course, a life-changing return to Ethiopia has made huge impacts on my life in food. — Marcus Samuelsson
Japan Love Sayings By Soulja Boy: When I was in Japan on tour in 2010, I felt like I was 30 When I was in Japan on tour in 2010, I felt like I was 30 years into the future. I love technology and they are so advanced with their phones, computers, everything. I think they had the iPhone way before we did in the U.S. I love gadgets, games, social media and I try to stay ahead on all that stuff, but they get it all first. — Soulja Boy
Japan Love Sayings By Milt Jackson: The people in Japan love jazz music, man, and also in Europe, far more than The people in Japan love jazz music, man, and also in Europe, far more than they ever did here. And that always puzzled me until I went over there to really get into it for myself and find out what it is. It's their tradition and culture, man. We've gotten away from that in America, man. We live in a country of complete fantasy. — Milt Jackson
Japan Love Sayings By Lorraine Koh: If the love is true, it will wait until the dream becomes a reality. True If the love is true, it will wait until the dream becomes a reality. True love also gives strength to a dream. — Lorraine Koh
Japan Love Sayings By Wayne Wonder: Well, Japanese fans braced me since 1991 that was my first time I have been Well, Japanese fans braced me since 1991 that was my first time I have been to Japan. So I know that Japanese fans has supported me over the years. So it just a lot of love and Wayne Wonder will release more music, more music and more music! — Wayne Wonder
Japan Love Sayings By Andrea Bocelli: I love eating shabu-shabu in Japan - a kind of beef hotpot. But if you're I love eating shabu-shabu in Japan - a kind of beef hotpot. But if you're talking about authentic, traditional food, then Italian cooking is one of the best in the world. — Andrea Bocelli
Japan Love Sayings By Christina Aguilera: I really love traveling to Japan. I really love traveling to Japan. — Christina Aguilera
Japan Love Sayings By Alain De Botton: [Donald] Keene observed [in a book entitled The Pleasures of Japanese Literature, 1988] that the [Donald] Keene observed [in a book entitled The Pleasures of Japanese Literature, 1988] that the Japanese sense of beauty has long sharply differed from its Western counterpart: it has been dominated by a love of irregularity rather than symmetry, the impermanent rather than the eternal and the simple rather than the ornate. The reason owes nothing to climate or genetics, added Keene, but is the result of the actions of writers, painters and theorists, who had actively shaped the sense of beauty of their nation.
Contrary to the Romantic belief that we each settle naturally on a fitting idea of beauty, it seems that our visual and emotional faculties in fact need constant external guidance to help them decide what they should take note of and appreciate. 'Culture' is the word we have assigned to the force that assists us in identifying which of our many sensations we should focus on and apportion value to. — Alain De Botton
Japan Love Sayings By Saikaku Ihara: When he appeared before the lord, his lordship was smitten immediately with the boy's unadorned When he appeared before the lord, his lordship was smitten immediately with the boy's unadorned beauty, like a first glimpse of the moon rising above a distant mountain. The boy's hair gleamed like the feathers of a raven perched silently on a tree, and his eyes were lovely as lotus flowers. One by one his other qualities became apparent, from his nightingale voice to his gentle disposition, as obedient and true as a plum blossom. — Saikaku Ihara
Japan Love Sayings By Yukio Mishima: A feeling of liberation should contain a bracing feeling of negation, in which liberation itself A feeling of liberation should contain a bracing feeling of negation, in which liberation itself is not negated. In the moment a captive lion steps out of his cage, he possesses a wider world than the lion who has known only the wilds. While he was in captivity, there were only two worlds to him; the world of the cage, and the world outside the cage. Now he is free. He roars. He attacks people. He eats them. yet he is not satisfied, for there is no third world that is neither the world of the cage nor the world outside the cage. Etsuko however, had in her heart not the slightest interest in these matters. Her soul knew nothing but affirmation. — Yukio Mishima
Japan Love Sayings By Sasha Cohen: I really liked the food in Japan. There is something so organized, neat, and methodical I really liked the food in Japan. There is something so organized, neat, and methodical about it. They put a lot of care and quality into their cooking. I also love Mediterranean, New American, and Italian food, because the cuisines borrow influences from all over the world. — Sasha Cohen
Japan Love Sayings By Leslie Caron: I went to the Tokyo Film Festival in Japan because I love Japanese cinema. I went to the Tokyo Film Festival in Japan because I love Japanese cinema. — Leslie Caron
Japan Love Sayings By Colin Spencer: Adult males in modern society who feel fulfilled in giving concern and tuition to boys Adult males in modern society who feel fulfilled in giving concern and tuition to boys and youths are portrayed as being interested only in boys' bodies (though this may be a small part of the attraction) and are spurned and traduced as sexual monsters. I believe we reap the harvest of ours hysterical and homophobia today in juvenile crime, drug use and delinquency. Consider the ethical training which boys and youths gained through shudo in Japan or in the system in Classical Greece, the tuition in manners, customs and humanity, the degree of civilised values imparted to them, the ideas of loyalty, honour and truthfulness; this highly personalised education with love and sensuality at its centre must be far more effective than any other. We in the West are bigoted fools to dismiss it with such horror. — Colin Spencer
Japan Love Sayings By David Brooks: But nobody lives in a universal thing called culture. They live only in specific cultures, But nobody lives in a universal thing called culture. They live only in specific cultures, each of which differ from one another. Plays written and produced in Germany are three times as likely to have tragic or unhappy endings than plays written and produced in the United States. Half of all people in India and Pakistan say they would marry without love, but only 2 percent of people in Japan would do so. Nearly a quarter of Americans say they are often afraid of saying the wrong things in social situations, whereas 65 percent of all Japanese say they are often afraid. In their book Drunken Comportment, Craig MacAndrew and Robert B. Edgerton found that in some cultures drunken men get into fights, but in some cultures they almost never do. In some cultures drunken men grow more amorous, but in some cultures they do not. — David Brooks
Japan Love Sayings By Shu Qi: I'm not really a money-oriented person. The press always write that I am. They don't I'm not really a money-oriented person. The press always write that I am. They don't seem to want to understand that I love the comfort of Japan and love the fact it's more peaceful, less frenzied than Hong Kong. — Shu Qi
Japan Love Sayings By C.D. Field: If you get beautiful, bright and scratch less jewel,Without constant polishing and cleaning,It will lose If you get beautiful, bright and scratch less jewel,
Without constant polishing and cleaning,
It will lose its brightness by a little dust.
So human heart also,
Beautiful heart cannot be kept without constant polishing.

Meiji Renno (Cyosei)
122nd Emperor of Japan
I love this quote. Just keep on trying to do your best! — C.D. Field
Japan Love Sayings By Katherine Jenkins: Yes. I do about 70 shows a year, in the past year I've been to Yes. I do about 70 shows a year, in the past year I've been to Italy, Australia, Japan, China, just about everywhere. I do it because I love singing. The money is a bonus. — Katherine Jenkins
Japan Love Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Before any modern man talks with authority about loving men, I insist (I insist with Before any modern man talks with authority about loving men, I insist (I insist with violence) that he shall always be very much pleased when his barber tries to talk to him. His barber is humanity: let him love that. If he is not pleased at this, I will not accept any substitute in the way of interest in the Congo or the future of Japan. If a man cannot love his barber whom he has seen, how shall he love the Japanese whom he has not seen? It — G.K. Chesterton
Japan Love Sayings By Peter Singer: From the perspective of an effective altruist, Tzu Chi does some surprising things. After the From the perspective of an effective altruist, Tzu Chi does some surprising things. After the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011, Tzu Chi raised funds to distribute hot meals to survivors, and in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, which battered New York and New Jersey in 2012, Tzu Chi distributed $10 million dollars worth of Visa debit cards, with $600 on each card, to victims of the storm.7 When I visited the Tzu Chi hospital in Hualien, I asked Rey-Sheng Her, a spokesman for Tzu Chi, why the organization would give aid to the citizens of wealthy countries like Japan and the United States, when the money could do much more good if used to help people in extreme poverty. His answer was that it is important for Tzu Chi to show compassion and love for all, rich and poor. — Peter Singer
Japan Love Sayings By Renae Lucas-Hall: What comes from the heart will go to the heart What comes from the heart will go to the heart — Renae Lucas-Hall
Japan Love Sayings By Barry Lopez: I believe in all human societies there is a desire to love and be loved, I believe in all human societies there is a desire to love and be loved, to experience the full fierceness of human emotion, and to make a measure of the sacred part of one's life. Wherever I've traveled
Kenya, Chile, Australia, Japan
I've found the most dependable way to preserve these possibilities is to be reminded of them in stories. Stories do not give instruction, they do not explain how to love a companion or how to find God. They offer, instead, patterns of sound and association, of event and image. Suspended as listeners and readers in these patterns,we might reimagine our lives. It is through story that we embrace the great breadth of memory, that we can distinguish what is true, and that we may glimpse, at least occasionally, how to live without despair in the midst of the horror that dogs and unhinges us. — Barry Lopez
Japan Love Sayings By Aung San Suu Kyi: It is the love of ordinary people, in Burma, in Japan or anywhere else in It is the love of ordinary people, in Burma, in Japan or anywhere else in the world, for justice and peace and freedom that is our surest defense against the forces of unreason and extremism ... — Aung San Suu Kyi
Japan Love Sayings By John Siwicki: Everything is an echo of something I once read.Dream, hope, and celebrate life!Love always comes Everything is an echo of something I once read.

Dream, hope, and celebrate life!

Love always comes back in a song.

One thing we all have in common is a love for food and drink.

Memories never die, and dreams never end!

What is time? — John Siwicki
Japan Love Sayings By Julia Voth: I am big in Japan ... heightwise! But, yeah, I started modeling there in my I am big in Japan ... heightwise! But, yeah, I started modeling there in my teens and into my 20s. I did Calvin Klein, Uniqlo, and lots of magazine covers. It's such a beautiful country, and they have beer vending machines right on the street. Love that! — Julia Voth
Japan Love Sayings By Nicki Minaj: I understand that artists and critics make a big deal over the Grammys. But when I understand that artists and critics make a big deal over the Grammys. But when I go to my shows and I'm selling out arenas in London, and when I'm in Australia and Japan, there aren't any Grammys there. There are human beings who I've touched. There are human beings who are inspired by me, who I love dearly. And that's what my career is based on. — Nicki Minaj
Japan Love Sayings By Junot Diaz: I always had a sense that I would fall in love with Tokyo. In retrospect I always had a sense that I would fall in love with Tokyo. In retrospect I guess it's not that surprising. I was of the generation that had grown up in the '80s when Japan was ascendant (born aloft by a bubble whose burst crippled its economy for decades), and I'd fed on a steady diet of anime and samurai films. — Junot Diaz
Japan Love Sayings By Stephen Hunter: Even my pathological love of Japan and its beauties, glories and eccentricities is sorely tested Even my pathological love of Japan and its beauties, glories and eccentricities is sorely tested by 'The Grudge 2,' from Takashi Shimizu, a movie so bewildering and impenetrable that I believe it siphoned off a good 40 IQ points. — Stephen Hunter
Japan Love Sayings By Daisy Whitney: Sometimes, when we are sad, we have to do the opposite of sad. Sometimes we Sometimes, when we are sad, we have to do the opposite of sad. Sometimes we have to sing. — Daisy Whitney
Japan Love Sayings By Kathryn Perez: Insta-love isn't something that happens in real life. Ithappens in the books I read, but Insta-love isn't something that happens in real life. It
happens in the books I read, but not in the world I live. Though here
stands this beautiful, sexy, funny, sweet and amazing guy who has
done everything short of professing love at first sight to me and I'm
still standing here like a pair of lungs suffocating, needing him in
order to breathe. — Kathryn Perez
Japan Love Sayings By Angela Carter: He was prepared to die for it, as one of Baudelaire's dandies might have been He was prepared to die for it, as one of Baudelaire's dandies might have been prepared to kill himself in order to preserve himself in the condition of a work of art, for he wanted to make this experience a masterpiece of experience which absolutely transcended the everyday. And this would annihilate the effects of the cruel drug, boredom, to which he was addicted although, perhaps, the element of boredom which is implicit in an affair so isolated from the real world was its principle appeal for him. — Angela Carter