Speed Boat Famous Quotes & Sayings

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26 Speed Boat Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Speed Boat Sayings By Lisa Wingate: Love skimmed over the surface like a sailboat, grabbing me up and carrying me along Love skimmed over the surface like a sailboat, grabbing me up and carrying me along one minute, the speed dizzying, the view passing by so quickly I couldn't take it in. The next minute, my little love boat was swamped in a storm, overturned, the sail pointing toward the murky depths, everything upside down. I was trying to swim with legs of lead. I'd never thought of love this way - as something that moved with the ebb and flow of currents. Push and pull. Joy and pain. Fear and trust. Falling, and trying to balance, and falling again. — Lisa Wingate
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Speed Boat Sayings By Marcus Tullius Cicero: We are all excited by the love of praise, and the noblest are most influenced We are all excited by the love of praise, and the noblest are most influenced by glory. — Marcus Tullius Cicero
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Speed Boat Sayings By Will Arnett: (On his Emmy nomination) I am humbled by the nomination. I got to work with (On his Emmy nomination) I am humbled by the nomination. I got to work with a cast and writers made up of geniuses. The good news is I can finally realize my life long dream and buy my wife a solid gold speed boat. — Will Arnett
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Speed Boat Sayings By Jeffrey Eugenides: It was the custom in those days for passengers leaving for America to bring balls It was the custom in those days for passengers leaving for America to bring balls of yarn on deck. Relatives on the pier held the loose ends. As the "Giulia" blew its horn and moved away from the dock, a few hundred strings of yarn stretched across the water. People shouted farewells, waved furiously, held up babies for last looks they wouldn't remember. Propellers churned; handkerchiefs fluttered, and, up on deck, the balls of yarn began to spin. Red, yellow, blue, green, they untangled toward the pier, slowly at first, one revolution every ten seconds, then faster and faster as the boat picked up speed. Passengers held the yarn as long as possible, maintaining the connection to faces disappearing onshore. But finally, one by one, the balls ran out. The strings of yarn flew free, rising on the breeze. — Jeffrey Eugenides
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Speed Boat Sayings By Sloane Crosley: My A-number one visceral fear is speed. More than knives or snakes or confined spaces. My A-number one visceral fear is speed. More than knives or snakes or confined spaces. Speed. I won't even go on a motor boat if I can help it. — Sloane Crosley
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Speed Boat Sayings By Gabriel Garcia Marquez: The truth is I'm getting old, I said. We already are old, she said with The truth is I'm getting old, I said. We already are old, she said with a sigh. What happens is that you don't feel it on the inside, but from the outside everybody can see it. — Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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Speed Boat Sayings By Ellen MacArthur: There's a plane flying over me and I'm looking forward to being able to relax There's a plane flying over me and I'm looking forward to being able to relax and not worry about the weather or boat speed. — Ellen MacArthur
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Speed Boat Sayings By Chris Ahrens: Even after rowing in all these pieces, it's often hard to determine who will be Even after rowing in all these pieces, it's often hard to determine who will be selected because the decisive factor in seat racing is speed not margin. Boat X beats boat Y by two lengths over 1000 meters in a time of 2:54. After exchanging "Dave" from X to Y for "Scott," Boat X beats boat Y by one length in a time of 2:51. From the rower's perspective, the result is that Dave beats Scott by a length. But in Mike's eyes, Scott beats Dave because on the second piece, X was three seconds faster-even though it only beat Y by a length. — Chris Ahrens
Speed Boat Sayings By Ellen MacArthur: There's a price to pay for the speed, and that is danger. And to push There's a price to pay for the speed, and that is danger. And to push that hard on a boat - it does take a lot out of you and is incredibly stressful. — Ellen MacArthur
Speed Boat Sayings By Bill Vaughan: Earlier research has shown that poor blood flow can damage these parts of the brain. Earlier research has shown that poor blood flow can damage these parts of the brain. So one theory is that exercise may prevent damage and might even help repair these areas by increasing blood flow. — Bill Vaughan
Speed Boat Sayings By Eddie Izzard: I'm working on a speed boat at the moment. Much more exciting. It'll really kick I'm working on a speed boat at the moment. Much more exciting. It'll really kick ass, give great photographs for the people in Bible. — Eddie Izzard
Speed Boat Sayings By Pat Conroy: My poor boat poked along the waterway with the blinding speed of a manatee. My poor boat poked along the waterway with the blinding speed of a manatee. — Pat Conroy
Speed Boat Sayings By Katie MacAlister: And now?" I touched Baltic's cheek, drawing his attention away from tragic memories. "Is he And now?" I touched Baltic's cheek, drawing his attention away from tragic memories. "Is he being coldly mad now?"
"No. I thought at first he was, but I see now that the act of being raised as a shade has changed him, leached the madness out of him."
Behind us, present-day Constantine yelled, "You call me a douche canoe? I am not the douche canoe
you are. No, you are more than that
you are a douche speed-boat!"
"Most of the madness," Baltic qualified. — Katie MacAlister
Speed Boat Sayings By Eugene Mirman: I spent the day today at Brighton Beach, walking around. It's a Russian/Jewish neighborhood. And I spent the day today at Brighton Beach, walking around. It's a Russian/Jewish neighborhood. And I was in a store and I saw a board game called 'Let My People Go,' based on the Jews' exodus from Egypt. I was like, 'Too soon. — Eugene Mirman
Speed Boat Sayings By Epicurus: Launch your boat, blessed youth, and flee at full speed from every form of culture. Launch your boat, blessed youth, and flee at full speed from every form of culture. — Epicurus
Speed Boat Sayings By Brittney Joy: Chance dug deep into the dirt, his front end rising like a speed boat accelerating Chance dug deep into the dirt, his front end rising like a speed boat accelerating through water. I grabbed the saddle horn, surprised by his enthusiasm, but I was just as anxious to run as he was. I gave him the reins to go. — Brittney Joy
Speed Boat Sayings By Neal Stephenson: Lawrence immediately saw that it was a trick question. You would have to be some Lawrence immediately saw that it was a trick question. You would have to be some kind of idiot to make the facile assumption that the current would add or subtract 5 miles per hour to or from the speed of the boat. — Neal Stephenson
Speed Boat Sayings By Sarah Mayberry: [Jack] checked his watch, then returned to studying her back. damn if she didn't have [Jack] checked his watch, then returned to studying her back. damn if she didn't have a nice back, too - smooth, unblemished skin, nicely shaped vertebrae-
He pulled himself up short. Nicely shaped vertebrae? Was he going insane? — Sarah Mayberry
Speed Boat Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: You fall in and out of love, but when you really love someone ... it's You fall in and out of love, but when you really love someone ... it's forever. — Sophie Kinsella
Speed Boat Sayings By William S. Burroughs: (A boat in lake.) I was afraid it would turn over at high speed.Dreams less (A boat in lake.) I was afraid it would turn over at high speed.
Dreams less and less interesting. — William S. Burroughs
Speed Boat Sayings By Rebecca Traister: It's true that increasing one's number of sexual partners almost certainly increases the risk of It's true that increasing one's number of sexual partners almost certainly increases the risk of sexually transmitted disease and of unintended pregnancy. It increases the chance of having your soul stomped on, and of having really bad sex. It also, I should add, increases the odds of finding someone with whom you have terrific sex, and learning more about what turns you on and what turns you off, how your body works and how other people's bodies work. — Rebecca Traister
Speed Boat Sayings By Susan Wallace: Roy, you left the girls and I surrounded by love. Our families and friends have Roy, you left the girls and I surrounded by love. Our families and friends have been amazing. We love you and we miss you so much. — Susan Wallace
Speed Boat Sayings By David Arnold: Home is hard. Harder than Reasons. It's more a storage unit for your life and Home is hard. Harder than Reasons. It's more a storage unit for your life and its collections. It's more than an address, or even the house you grew up in. People say home is where the heart is, but I think maybe home is the heart. Not a place or a time, but an organ, pumping life into my life. There may be more mosquitos and stepmothers than I imagined, but it's still my heart. My home. — David Arnold
Speed Boat Sayings By Lisa Unger: The worst violence we can do to each other often is psychological, especially in families. The worst violence we can do to each other often is psychological, especially in families. I dwell a lot on domestic danger. That's the backdrop of most of my novels - what kind of damage is done without ever lifting a finger. — Lisa Unger
Speed Boat Sayings By Jeremy Irons: A trip to the mainland was a big event and happened maybe once a year, A trip to the mainland was a big event and happened maybe once a year, although now you can get across in a speed boat in seven minutes but then it was a long way away. — Jeremy Irons
Speed Boat Sayings By Margaret Atwood: Change can be accommodated by any system depending on its rate, Crake used to say. Change can be accommodated by any system depending on its rate, Crake used to say. Touch your head to a wall, nothing happens, but if the same head hits the wall at ninety miles an hour, it's red paint. We're in a speed tunnel, Jimmy. When the water's moving faster than the boat, you can't control a thing. — Margaret Atwood