Punch In The Gut Famous Quotes & Sayings

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30 Punch In The Gut Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Punch In The Gut Sayings By Zechariah Barrett: Home, he murmured. It's always the hardest to leave ... because it gives you the Home, he murmured. It's always the hardest to leave ... because it gives you the biggest punch in the gut as you're on your way off. All the memories come flooding in ... and you're left with a feeling of emptiness. You're homesick before you're even gone. — Zechariah Barrett
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Punch In The Gut Sayings By Jesse Kellerman: Sean Black writes like a punch to the gut. Sean Black writes like a punch to the gut. — Jesse Kellerman
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Punch In The Gut Sayings By Tessa Dare: Dodgy bastard," one of the twins spat. A trickle of blood from his temple made Dodgy bastard," one of the twins spat. A trickle of blood from his temple made it hard to tell which one. "Shite for brains," the other replied, reversing their positions and landing a punch to the gut. "We're twins. If I'm a bastard, you're one too. — Tessa Dare
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Punch In The Gut Sayings By Matt Haig: People place so much value on thought, but feeling is as essential. I want to People place so much value on thought, but feeling is as essential. I want to read books that make me laugh and cry and fear and hope and punch the air in triumph. I want a book to hug me or grab me by the scruff of my neck. I don't even mind if it punches me in the gut. Because we are here to feel. — Matt Haig
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Punch In The Gut Sayings By Sarina Bowen: Seeing him was a sucker punch to the gut. Once upon a time he'd loved Seeing him was a sucker punch to the gut. Once upon a time he'd loved her. And then when he'd stopped, it wasn't really his fault. — Sarina Bowen
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Banks: I always say my music is like dark blue or black, like a punch to I always say my music is like dark blue or black, like a punch to your gut that feels really good. — Banks
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Steve Coogan: I like comedy, but I like comedy as a device in drama. It's more interesting I like comedy, but I like comedy as a device in drama. It's more interesting for me to use comedy to seduce people into thinking about something serious. If you want to hit a beat in a drama, you can distract people with a little comedy, and you can punch them in the gut with some emotion. — Steve Coogan
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Kathryn Lasky: You ugly rat-faced birds. You call yourself a bird? You call yourself an owl? You You ugly rat-faced birds.
You call yourself a bird?
You call yourself an owl?
You ain't no decent kind of fowl!
They call you Jatt?
They call you Jutt?
I'm gonna toss you in a rut!
Then I'm gonna punch you in the gut!
Then your gonna wind up on your butt!
Think you're all gizzard!
I seen better lizards.
One-Two-Three-Four,
You're goin' down, won't ask for more.
Five-Six-Seven-Eight,
You ain't better than fish bait ...
Nine-Ten-Eleven-Twelve,
I'm gonna send you straight to hell.
-Twilight — Kathryn Lasky
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Debra Anastasia: Every morning and evening, Livia granted her eyes the only thing they asked for all Every morning and evening, Livia granted her eyes the only thing they asked for all day: a sweeping, hopeful look at the platform. And every time, her gut registered the punch of his absence. — Debra Anastasia
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Amanda Bouchet: Let go," I demand. "No." My eyebrows snap together. "Why not?" "Because your gut reaction Let go," I demand. "No." My eyebrows snap together. "Why not?" "Because your gut reaction is always to punch, and I don't like being tickled." Tickled? Tickled! Indignation swamps me. I'll show him a tickle. — Amanda Bouchet
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Sarah J. Maas: Celaena threw her weight into the dagger she held aloft, and gained an inch. His Celaena threw her weight into the dagger she held aloft, and gained an inch. His arms strained. She was going to kill him. She truly going to kill him.
He made himself look into her eyes, look at the face so twisted with rage that he couldn't find her.
"Celaena," he said, squeezing her wrists so hard that he hoped the pain registered somewhere- wherever she had gone. But she still wouldn't lossen her grip on the blade. "Celaena, I'm your friend."
She stared at him, panting through gritted teeth, her breath coming quicker and quicker before she roared, the sound filling the room, his blood, his world: "You will never be my friend. You will always be my enemy."
She bellowed the last word with such soul-deep hated that he felt it like a punch to the gut. She surged again, and he lost his grip on the wrist that held the dagger. The blade plunged down. — Sarah J. Maas
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Juliet Marillier: That's lovely singing, Saraid," Eile said. "Is Sorry asleep now?" Saraid shook her head solemnly. That's lovely singing, Saraid," Eile said. "Is Sorry asleep now?"
Saraid shook her head solemnly. "Sorry's sad. Crying." She held the doll against her shoulder, patting its back.
"Oh. Why is she sad?"
"Sorry wants Feeler come back." It was like a punch in the gut. She had thought Saraid had forgotten him; she had assumed new friends and a safe haven would drive the memories of that long journey across country, just the three of them, from her daughter's mind. Foolish. The images of that time were still bright and fresh in her own head; she dreamed of them every night. Why should Saraid be any different just because she was small? — Juliet Marillier
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Brenda Rothert: Grief was a hell of a thing. Some days you climbed the walls and others Grief was a hell of a thing. Some days you climbed the walls and others you couldn't get out of bed. Just when you thought you might be pulling through, something would punch you in the gut and you'd be flat on your back again. — Brenda Rothert
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Emma Chase: She smiles.And as with every other time - it hits me like a punch to She smiles.

And as with every other time - it hits me like a punch to the gut.

"Hello, Boyfriend."

"Girlfriend."

Sickening, aren't we? There's a garbage can in the corner if you feel the need to puke.

I stalk towards her. "How was your day, dear? — Emma Chase
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Tayari Jones: Abandonment doesn't have the sharp but dissipating sting of a slap. It's like a punch Abandonment doesn't have the sharp but dissipating sting of a slap. It's like a punch to the gut, bruising your skin and driving the precious air from your body. — Tayari Jones
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Anonymous: Depression is very real. It'll back you into a dark room, slap you across the Depression is very real. It'll back you into a dark room, slap you across the face, spit in your eyes, scream in your ears, and punch you in the gut - Until you give in. — Anonymous
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Joan Medlicott: : we live blindly. We repeat the same mistakes by rote until an emotional punch : we live blindly. We repeat the same mistakes by rote until an emotional punch to the gut brings us up short ... Sometimes it requires intense pain before we can take a good hard look at ourselves, before we ask the important questions ... Who am I? What is important? What do I believe? What do I want? — Joan Medlicott
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Laini Taylor: This, she thought, isn't just for today. It's for everything. For the heartache that still This, she thought, isn't just for today. It's for everything. For the heartache that still felt like a punch in the gut each time it struck, fresh as new, at unpredictable moments; for the smiling lies and the mental images she couldn't shake; for the shame of having been so naive.
For the way loneliness is worse when you return to it after a reprieve - like the soul's version of putting on a wet bathing suit, clammy and miserable.
And this, Karou thought, no longer smiling, is for the irretrievable. — Laini Taylor
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Lisi Harrison: It was becoming more and more evident that Salem was a town that celebrated individuality, It was becoming more and more evident that Salem was a town that celebrated individuality, a real live-and-let-live kind of place. Melody felt a gut punch of regret. Her old nose would have fit in here.
"Look!" She pointed at the multicolored car whizzing by. Its black door were from a Mercedes coupe, the white hood from a BMW; the silver trunk was Jaguar, the red convertible top was Lexus, the whitewall tires were Bentley, the sound system was Bose, and the music was classical. A hood ornament from each model dangled from the rear view mirror. Its license plate appropriately read MUTT.
"That car looks like a moving Benton ad."
"Or a pileup on Rodeo drive." Candace snapped a picture with her iPhone and e-mailed to her friends back home. They responded instantly with a shot of what they were doing. It must have involved the mall because Candace picked up her pace and began asking anyone under the age of fifty where the cool people hung out. — Lisi Harrison
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Lew Temple: 'The Walking Dead' never wants you to get too comfortable with characters and cast members. 'The Walking Dead' never wants you to get too comfortable with characters and cast members. I think about the time you feel fairly secure with your appreciation of a character is about the time the show will gut-punch you. — Lew Temple
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Tan Redding: Seeing him again had been a gut punch. Seeing him again had been a gut punch. — Tan Redding
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Curtis Tyrone Jones: Some days punch us in the gut so hard it seems we can feel the Some days punch us in the gut so hard it seems we can feel the whole universe gasp with despair. — Curtis Tyrone Jones
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Sarah J. Maas: She bellowed the last word with such soul-deep hatred that he felt it like a She bellowed the last word with such soul-deep hatred that he felt it like a punch to the gut. — Sarah J. Maas
Punch In The Gut Sayings By April Brookshire: The stupid boy has the nerve to laugh. I sit up and punch him in The stupid boy has the nerve to laugh. I sit up and punch him in the gut. Stupid boy ain't laughing now. Now he's too busy grunting in pain. — April Brookshire
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Justin Halpern: Seeing someone you used to date is a lot like watching highlights of your favorite Seeing someone you used to date is a lot like watching highlights of your favorite team losing in the Super Bowl: just the sight of it hits you like a punch in the gut and makes you remember how upset you were when it all went down in flames. — Justin Halpern
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Mary Jedlicka Humston: Loss will gut-punch you no matter the age of the deceased. It drops you to Loss will gut-punch you no matter the age of the deceased. It drops you to your knees. It shatters the dreams of your families...It brings tears, anger, shock and a rejection of faith--or the complete opposite: a reliance on faith. It creates the walking wounded. — Mary Jedlicka Humston
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Cat Johnson: I told you I don't want to meet 'girls' and I'm not going to find I told you I don't want to meet 'girls' and I'm not going to find a woman of any substance at the bars where you yahoos hang out."
"Then set up one of those online dating accounts. They have them for older folks now."
"Older folks?" Rohn let out a snort as that hit him hard, like a punch to the gut.
"Great. Thanks a lot." How the hell old did these kids think he was, anyway? Rohn had quite a few years left before he turned fifty ... — Cat Johnson
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Richelle Mead: And," Mae added, voice prim, "if you try to brag about this, no one's going And," Mae added, voice prim, "if you try to brag about this, no one's going to believe you. No one will believe someone like me would sleep with someone like you." That was the gut punch. It was also the last word, because he couldn't muster another response. — Richelle Mead
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Jeff Ross: There are no subtleties in a war zone. I think that's why comedy does so There are no subtleties in a war zone. I think that's why comedy does so well there. It goes right for the gut. So those punch lines start penetrating the bullet-proof vests. — Jeff Ross
Punch In The Gut Sayings By Marie Rutkoski: She looked concerned. That decided him, Arin took a deep breath. His stomach changed into She looked concerned. That decided him, Arin took a deep breath. His stomach changed into iron. His body was girding itself in a way he knew well. Arin was tightening the muscles needed before a plunge into deep water. A punch to the gut. The life of the hardest, lowest, highest, notes he could possibly sing. His stomach knew what he'd have to sustain.
"Marry him," Arin said, "but be mine in secret."
Her hand lifted from the tiles as if scorched. She sat back in her chair. She rubbed at her inner elbow. She drank the dregs of her wine and was silent. Finally, she said, "I can't do that. — Marie Rutkoski