Thermos Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Thermos Sayings By Neil Kinnock: The trouble with the Socialist Workers Party is that they live in an historical thermos-flask. The trouble with the Socialist Workers Party is that they live in an historical thermos-flask. — Neil Kinnock
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Thermos Sayings By Alan Partridge: Surveillance isn't easy, though. You'll need warm clothes, a camera with telephoto lens, two Thermos Surveillance isn't easy, though. You'll need warm clothes, a camera with telephoto lens, two Thermos flasks (one for tea, t'other for wee) and for God's sake remember your sandwiches. — Alan Partridge
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Thermos Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Sex is an extremely subtle undertaking, unlike going to the department store on a Sunday Sex is an extremely subtle undertaking, unlike going to the department store on a Sunday to buy a thermos. — Haruki Murakami
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Thermos Sayings By Julia Cameron: Practice being kind to yourself in small, concrete ways. Look at your refrigerator. Are you Practice being kind to yourself in small, concrete ways. Look at your refrigerator. Are you feeding yourself nicely? Do you have socdks? An extra set of sheets? What about a new house plant? A thermos for the long drive to work? Allow yourself to pitch out some of your ragged clothes. You don't have to keep everything. — Julia Cameron
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Thermos Sayings By Jose Saramago: They always left the thermos full, ready for their return home. The five minutes devoted They always left the thermos full, ready for their return home. The five minutes devoted to that small late-night feast made them feel rather special, as if they had suddenly left the mediocrity of their lives behind them and risen a few rungs on the economic ladder. The kitchen disappeared and gave way to an intimate little drawing room with expensive furniture and paintings on the wall and a piano in one corner. — Jose Saramago
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Thermos Sayings By Erma Bombeck: Phrases and their actual meanings: My teacher has never liked me. Expect a phone call Phrases and their actual meanings: My teacher has never liked me. Expect a phone call before lunch from the teacher informing you that your child has been launching hot dogs by compressing them inside a small Thermos and then removing the lid quickly. — Erma Bombeck
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Thermos Sayings By David Wong: I noticed John had brought along a thermos of his coffee, this "favor" already qualifying I noticed John had brought along a thermos of his coffee, this "favor" already qualifying as an all-nighter. I admit, the horrific burning sensation really did keep you awake. — David Wong
Thermos Sayings By Johnny Depp: I wasn't into the lunchbox and thermos ski slope, and that's where I was going. I wasn't into the lunchbox and thermos ski slope, and that's where I was going. — Johnny Depp
Thermos Sayings By Umberto Eco: American coffee can be a pale solution served at a temperature of 100degrees centigrade in American coffee can be a pale solution served at a temperature of 100
degrees centigrade in plastic thermos cups, usually obligatory in railroad
stations for purposes of genocide, whereas coffee made with an American
percolator, such as you find in private houses or in humble luncheonettes,
served with eggs and bacon, is delicious, fragrant, goes down like pure
spring water, and afterwards causes severe palpitations, because one cup
contains more caffeine than four espressos. — Umberto Eco
Thermos Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: When I'm wasted, I can almost forget who I am," he said, his smile fading When I'm wasted, I can almost forget who I am," he said, his smile fading slightly. "I know I'm still there, but only barely. It's a good place to be." He tipped back the thermos, eyes on the dark sea straight ahead — Becca Fitzpatrick
Thermos Sayings By Ma Jian: My mind flashed back to the Cultural Revolution, when a group of Red Guards pulled My mind flashed back to the Cultural Revolution, when a group of Red Guards pulled our neighbor, Granny Li, out of the opera company's dormitory block and ordered the rest of us to bring out our thermos flasks. We then had to stand and watch as the Red Guards poured ten flasks of boiling water over Granny Li's head. — Ma Jian
Thermos Sayings By James Patterson: Justine pulled her Jag over to the side of the road and stared out at Justine pulled her Jag over to the side of the road and stared out at the landscape. I twirled the dial on her police band radio until the signal was clear. She opened her thermos, passed it over to me. I took a sip. The coffee was black, unsugared. That's the way Justine liked just about everything: straight up, no bullshit. — James Patterson
Thermos Sayings By Zoran Drvenkar: In the winter you could see them sitting on the benches by the war memorial. In the winter you could see them sitting on the benches by the war memorial. The cold couldn't touch them in those days. They drank mulled wine from thermos flasks and smoked their cigarettes hastily, as if they might warm them up. Tamara doesn't know when the cold took hold of them. They feel it much more quickly now, the whine more, and if anyone asks them why, they reply that the world is getting colder and colder. They could also answer that they'd got older, but that would be too honest, you don't say that until you're forty and you can look back. In your late twenties you go through your very private climate disaster and hope for better times. — Zoran Drvenkar
Thermos Sayings By Marina Tsvetaeva: What shall I do, singer and first-born, in a world where the deepest black is What shall I do, singer and first-born, in a
world where the deepest black is grey,
and inspiration is kept in a thermos?
with all this immensity
in a measured world? — Marina Tsvetaeva
Thermos Sayings By B. Justin Shier: My Japanese designed, vacuum-sealed thermos was one of my most prized possessions. I had filled My Japanese designed, vacuum-sealed thermos was one of my most prized possessions. I had filled it up before I went to sleep so there were no worries. This baby laughed in the face of entropy. — B. Justin Shier
Thermos Sayings By Lauren Oliver: Once Mo had closed the gates, he returned to his little stone hut, and his Once Mo had closed the gates, he returned to his little stone hut, and his half-eaten sandwich of butter and canned sardines, and his mug of thick hot chocolate, which every night he poured carefully into a thermos labeled COFFEE. — Lauren Oliver
Thermos Sayings By Miranda Kerr: I don't like to leave what I'm going to eat in other people's hands, so I don't like to leave what I'm going to eat in other people's hands, so I'll pack my own lunch. I chop up a salad with lots of greens - everything from spinach, baby spinach, arugula, cucumber, avocado, radish, cauliflower, and green olives to parsley and cilantro, all chopped really fine - with a piece of wild salmon. I even bring my own tea in a Thermos. — Miranda Kerr
Thermos Sayings By Neil Gaiman: The next morning he boarded the train for the six-hour journey south that would bring The next morning he boarded the train for the six-hour journey south that would bring him to the strange gothic spires and arches of St. Pancras Station. His mother gave him a small walnut cake that she had made for the journey and a thermos filled with tea; and Richard Mayhew went to London feeling like hell. — Neil Gaiman
Thermos Sayings By Shinji Moon: I want to take long romantic walks up your arm with my lips.I wanna picnic I want to take long romantic walks up your arm with my lips.
I wanna picnic on the arc of your neck and sneak a bottle of wine
in a thermos with you and get stoned
somewhere on the mossy side of your ribs. — Shinji Moon
Thermos Sayings By Jane Hirshfield: Hyesims poems: transformative as walking high granite mountains by moonlight, with fragrant herbs underfoot and Hyesims poems: transformative as walking high granite mountains by moonlight, with fragrant herbs underfoot and a thermos of clear tea in the backpack. Their bedrock is thusness, their images beauty is pellucid and new, their view without limit. The shelf of essential Zen poets for American readers grows larger with this immediately indispensable collection. — Jane Hirshfield
Thermos Sayings By Jasper Fforde: Tale a rain check on that date?' I said, turning to Perkins. 'In the Magic Tale a rain check on that date?' I said, turning to Perkins. 'In the Magic Industry,it's kind of "Spell First, Fun Second".'
'I kind of figured that,' he replied, 'so why don't we make this assignment the date?' Intimate candlelit dinners for two are wildly overrated. I could even bring some sandwiches and a Thermos of hot chocolate.'
'Okat,' I said, touching his hand, 'you're in. A sort of romantic uncandlelit "recapturing a dangerously savage beast for two" sort of date - but no dressing up and we split the cost.'
'Game on. I'll go and make some sandwiches and a Thermos.'
And with another chuckle, he left. — Jasper Fforde
Thermos Sayings By Otsuichi: Her lack of outward expression was similar to the way a thermos is never hot Her lack of outward expression was similar to the way a thermos is never hot on the outside: No matter what was going on inside, it never affected the surface. — Otsuichi
Thermos Sayings By Carolyn Brown: So what's your secret?" Jed asked. "There's two secrets, son. One is to love your So what's your secret?" Jed asked. "There's two secrets, son. One is to love your woman, not with your whole heart but with your soul. If you got an inklin' that you aren't finished chasin' skirts, then you ain't ready to settle down anyway. The other is to respect your woman." Everett poured coffee from the thermos into his cup. "That's different from loving her. That means you don't belittle her, not in front of other people or in private. Your job is to not only make her feel like she's gorgeous but to know in your heart that she really is and to drop down on your knees every once in a while and thank God that he put her in your life. You do those things and you'll be just fine. If you don't, somebody else will and you'll lose the best thing that ever happened to you." "Good — Carolyn Brown
Thermos Sayings By Raymond Chandler: I looked at the ornaments on the desk. Everything standard and all copper. A copper I looked at the ornaments on the desk. Everything standard and all copper. A copper lamp, pen set and pencil tray, a glass and copper ashtray with a copper elephant on the rim, a copper letter opener, a copper thermos bottle on a copper tray, copper corners on the blotter holder. There was a spray of almost copper-colored sweet peas in a copper vase.
It seemed like a lot of copper. — Raymond Chandler
Thermos Sayings By David Foster Wallace: And a funny thing happens. The man begins to like the Thermos woman. Not love, And a funny thing happens. The man begins to like the Thermos woman. Not love, but like, which is something the man has never experienced before, and finds different, because it involves directing a lot more emotional attention to the actual other person than the old uncontrollable passionate love had involved, involves caring about the whole other person, including the facets and features that have nothing whatsoever to do with the man. — David Foster Wallace
Thermos Sayings By Rick Riordan: Hermes's eyes twinkled. "Martha, may I have the first package, please?"Martha opened her mouth ... Hermes's eyes twinkled. "Martha, may I have the first package, please?"
Martha opened her mouth ... and kept opening it until it was as wide as my arm. She belched out a stainless steel canister-an old-fashioned lunch box thermos with a black plastic top. The sides of the thermos were enameled with red and yellow Ancient Greek scenes-a hero killing a lion; a hero lifting up Cerberus, the three-headed dog.
"That's Hercules," I said. "But how-"
"Never question a gift," Hermes chided. "This is a collector's item from Hercules Busts Heads. The first season."
"Hercules Busts Heads?"
"Great show." Hermes sighed. "Back before Hephaestus-TV was all reality programming. Of course, the thermos would be worth much more if I had the whole lunch box- — Rick Riordan
Thermos Sayings By Zach Galligan: Being on a lunchbox was awesome, and being on a thermos was pretty cool, too. Being on a lunchbox was awesome, and being on a thermos was pretty cool, too. — Zach Galligan
Thermos Sayings By Rick Riordan: All [Sadie's] previous attempts [of making a shabti (an Egyptian avatar of one's self)] had All [Sadie's] previous attempts [of making a shabti (an Egyptian avatar of one's self)] had exploded or gone haywire, terrorizing Khufu and the initiates. Last week she'd created a magical Thermos with googly eyes that levitated around the room, yelling, "Exterminate! Exterminate!" until it smacked me in the head. — Rick Riordan
Thermos Sayings By Madeleine Urban: What, you didn't pack your lunch?" Ty asked sarcastically as he shifted around in the What, you didn't pack your lunch?" Ty asked sarcastically as he
shifted around in the seat and wedged himself against the door. He kicked a
foot up and propped it on the console between the two front seats.
"Sure, in my SpongeBob SquarePants lunch box. I have the thermos,
too," Morrison shot right back.
Zane kept his mouth shut, eyes moving between the two men, and
occasionally back to the driver, who was casually paying attention.
Ty stared at the kid and narrowed his eyes further. "Spongewhat?" he
asked flatly.
Zane didn't even try to hold back the chuckle when Morrison looked
at Ty like he'd lost his mind.
"Spongewha ... you're yanking my chain, aren't you?" Morrison
said. "Henny, he's yanking my chain."
"Yeah, well, that's what you getting for waving it in his face," the
driver answered reasonably.
"What the hell is a SpongeBob?" Ty asked Zane quietly in the
backseat. — Madeleine Urban
Thermos Sayings By Ajahn Chah: Read yourself, not books. Truth isn't outside, that's only memory, not wisdom. Memory without wisdom Read yourself, not books. Truth isn't outside, that's only memory, not wisdom. Memory without wisdom is like an empty thermos bottle - if you don't fill it, it's useless. — Ajahn Chah