Stewardesses Famous Quotes & Sayings

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26 Stewardesses Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Stewardesses Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Much I marvelled at the sagacity evinced by waiters and chamber-maids in proportioning the accommodation Much I marvelled at the sagacity evinced by waiters and chamber-maids in proportioning the accommodation to the guest. How could inn-servants and ship-stewardesses everywhere tell at a glance that I, for instance, was an individual of no social significance, and little burdened by cash? They did know it evidently: I saw quite well that they all, in a moment's calculation, estimated me at about the same fractional value. The fact seemed to me curious and pregnant: I would not disguise from myself what it indicated, yet managed to keep up my spirits pretty well under its pressure.
Having at last landed in a great hall, full of skylight glare, I made my way somehow to what proved to be the coffee room.It cannot be denied that on entering this room I trembled somewhat; felt uncertain, solitary, wretched; wished to Heaven I knew whether I was doing right or wrong; felt convinced that it was the last, but could not help myself. — Charlotte Bronte
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Stewardesses Sayings By Tim Dorsey: Boys can't be stewardesses, and girls can't be pilots. Boys can't be stewardesses, and girls can't be pilots. — Tim Dorsey
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Stewardesses Sayings By Amber Belldene: Kos had different tastes. He was on the lookout for that Midwestern housewife attending a Kos had different tastes. He was on the lookout for that Midwestern housewife attending a conference with her husband. There was usually at least one in the hotel bar. She was always seated in a corner drinking a cocktail and pretending to read a novel while her husband was off doing manly things. Kos knew something Mason didn't - stewardesses partied in every port, but housewives were still waiting for the party. — Amber Belldene
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Stewardesses Sayings By Albert Einstein: In the past it never occurred to me that every casual remark of mine would In the past it never occurred to me that every casual remark of mine would be snatched up and recorded. Otherwise I would have crept further into my shell. — Albert Einstein
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Stewardesses Sayings By Dennis Prager: The fact is that people who strap bombs to their bodies to blow up families The fact is that people who strap bombs to their bodies to blow up families at a Bar Mitzvah in Israel, plant bombs at a nightclub in Bali, or slit stewardesses' throats and ram airplanes filled with innocent Americans into office buildings do not do so for any reason related to poverty. They do so because they hold evil beliefs and have deformed consciences — Dennis Prager
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Stewardesses Sayings By Gautama Buddha: To life in the consciousness of the inevitability of suffering, of becoming enfeebled, of old To life in the consciousness of the inevitability of suffering, of becoming enfeebled, of old age and of death, is impossible
we must free ourselves from life, from all possible life. — Gautama Buddha
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Stewardesses Sayings By Derek Landy: Skulduggery," the tall man said eventually, his voice deep and resonant, "trouble follows in your Skulduggery," the tall man said eventually, his voice deep and resonant, "trouble follows in your wake, doesn't it?"
"I wouldn't say follows," Skulduggery answered. "It more kind of sits around and waits for me to get there. — Derek Landy
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Stewardesses Sayings By Ryszard Kapuscinski: Pack the one bag. Unpack it, pack it, unpack it, pack it: passeport, ticket, book, Pack the one bag. Unpack it, pack it, unpack it, pack it: passeport, ticket, book, taxi, airport, check-in, beer, announcement, stairs, airplane, fasten seat-belt, air born, flight, rocking, sun, stars, space, hips of strolling stewardesses, read, sleep, clouds, falling engine speed, descent, circling, touch down, earth, unfasten seat-belt, stairs, airport, immunization book, visa, customs, questions, taxi, streets, houses, people, hotel, key, room, stuffiness, thirst, otherness, foreignness, loneliness, fatigue, life. — Ryszard Kapuscinski
Stewardesses Sayings By John Travolta: When I was 8, I got a little toy propeller plane: You could turn it When I was 8, I got a little toy propeller plane: You could turn it on and the people disappeared from the little windows and stewardesses appeared, and it ran along the ground. — John Travolta
Stewardesses Sayings By Victoria Vantoch: When I started researching airline stewardesses, I found that the topic made for amusing cocktail When I started researching airline stewardesses, I found that the topic made for amusing cocktail party banter.
"You're writing a book about that? Wow, what fun!"
Yes, it was fun, but it was also serious history. Pretty women do not fit into what we have come to think of as serious history. Real history covers topics like Lincoln, World War II, or, frankly, anything involving powerful white males. — Victoria Vantoch
Stewardesses Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Dear Prince, I must leave you, but I will never forget you, and next spring Dear Prince, I must leave you, but I will never forget you, and next spring I will bring you back two beautiful jewels in place of those you have given away. The ruby shall be redder than a red rose, and the sapphire shall be as blue as the great sea. — Oscar Wilde
Stewardesses Sayings By Harvey Cox: I am dead against trying to keep religious conservatives out of the political debate. The I am dead against trying to keep religious conservatives out of the political debate. The tactic of exclusion is self-defeating. — Harvey Cox
Stewardesses Sayings By Janis Joplin: I always wanted to be an artist, whatever that was, like other chicks want to I always wanted to be an artist, whatever that was, like other chicks want to be stewardesses. I read. I painted. I thought. — Janis Joplin
Stewardesses Sayings By Erika Christensen: My grandmother was, back when they called them 'stewardesses,' a flight attendant. I actually had My grandmother was, back when they called them 'stewardesses,' a flight attendant. I actually had a ball wearing that little uniform and making sure everything was under control. — Erika Christensen
Stewardesses Sayings By Donald Norman: Our information lives will be better served when we are free to get to our Our information lives will be better served when we are free to get to our information from wherever we are, with any device available. — Donald Norman
Stewardesses Sayings By Christina Ricci: I loved the idea of doing something that has this misconception about what stewardesses were. I loved the idea of doing something that has this misconception about what stewardesses were. And, I also love the idea that these girls were navigating a blatantly misogynistic society, with the girdle checks and make-up checks. — Christina Ricci
Stewardesses Sayings By Beck: In Japan, you get on the bullet train or the airplane, and I loved the In Japan, you get on the bullet train or the airplane, and I loved the little speeches the stewardesses would do. They even do little speeches before you play gigs. — Beck
Stewardesses Sayings By Cathleen Schine: Stewardesses were a joke to many of us coming of age in the liberated Sixties. Stewardesses were a joke to many of us coming of age in the liberated Sixties. They were no joke in the women's movement that liberated us, however. — Cathleen Schine
Stewardesses Sayings By Bill Bryson: It is a challenge to believe that there was ever a time that airline food It is a challenge to believe that there was ever a time that airline food was exciting, when stewardesses were happy to see you, when flying was such an occasion that you wore your finest clothes. I — Bill Bryson
Stewardesses Sayings By Gayle King: I can't stop watching 'Pan Am.' When I was growing up, my father worked as I can't stop watching 'Pan Am.' When I was growing up, my father worked as an engineer in Turkey, and we always flew Pan Am. The stewardesses were so glamorous! When they gave me a set of those golden wings, I felt very grown-up. Not only is the show's plot full of mystery and infidelity, they get the period details just right. — Gayle King
Stewardesses Sayings By Susan Juby: Maybe careers aren't something you can really plan for. They just sort of happen, like Maybe careers aren't something you can really plan for. They just sort of happen, like brown eyes or flat feet. I took one of those career aptitude tests last year, and it showed that I should be a flight attendant or a seamstress. Not a fashion designer or anything, mind you, but a sweatshop worker. Apparently stewardesses and sweatshop workers and I enjoy a lot of the same interests and activities. — Susan Juby
Stewardesses Sayings By Chris Davis: I accept my punishment and will begin serving my suspension immediately. I accept my punishment and will begin serving my suspension immediately. — Chris Davis
Stewardesses Sayings By Janet Fitch: They explained about the epidurals and drugs, but no one there was going to have They explained about the epidurals and drugs, but no one there was going to have drugs. They all wanted the natural experience. It all seemed wrapped in plastic, unreal, like stewardesses on planes demonstrating the seat belts and the patterns for orderly disembarkatation in case of a crash at sea, the people taking a glance at the cards in the seat pocket in front of them. Sure, they thought, no problem. A peek at the nearest exit and then they were ready for in-flight service, peanuts and a movie. — Janet Fitch
Stewardesses Sayings By Ernest K. Gann: The air is annoyingly potted with a multitude of minor vertical disturbances which sicken the The air is annoyingly potted with a multitude of minor vertical disturbances which sicken the passengers and keep us captives of our seat belts. We sweat in the cockpit, though much of the time we fly with the side windows open. The airplanes smell of hot oil and simmering aluminum, disinfectant, feces, leather, and puke ... the stewardesses, short-tempered and reeking of vomit, come forward as often as they can for what is a breath of comparatively fresh air. — Ernest K. Gann
Stewardesses Sayings By Patricia Ireland: Stewardesses are still paid so little that in many cases, new hires qualify for food Stewardesses are still paid so little that in many cases, new hires qualify for food stamps. — Patricia Ireland
Stewardesses Sayings By Lewis Mumford: Even under more ingratiating conditions than rocket travel, this new conquest has already disclosed drawbacks Even under more ingratiating conditions than rocket travel, this new conquest has already disclosed drawbacks quite as remarkable as its advantages. On a transcontinental flight by a jet plane approaching super-sonic speed, the actual trip is so cramped, so dull, so vacuous, that the only attraction the air lines dare to offer are those vulgar experiences one can have by walking to the nearest cabaret, restaurant, or cinema: liquor, food, motion pictures, luscious stewardesses. Only a lurking sense of fear and the possibility of a grisly death help restore the sense of reality. — Lewis Mumford