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Tickle Sayings By Airicka Phoenix: The fiery tickle of outrage burned up her throat. "How the hell would you know The fiery tickle of outrage burned up her throat. "How the hell would you know that when you never gave me a chance?"
Something dark and scorching flickered behind his eyes. "Because no other girl has ever made me want to forget all my own rules for them. — Airicka Phoenix
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Tickle Sayings By Lauren Oliver: I know the rules. I've been living here longer than you have."He cracks a smile I know the rules. I've been living here longer than you have."
He cracks a smile then. He nudges me back. "Hardly."
"Born and raised. You're a transplant." I nudge him again, a little harder, and he laughs and tries to catch hold of my arm. I squirm away, giggling, and he stretches out to tickle my stomach. "Country bumpkin!" I squeal, as he grabs out and wrestles me back onto the blanket, laughing.
"City slicker," he says, rolling over on top of me, and then kisses me. Everything dissolves: heat, explosions of color, floating. — Lauren Oliver
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Tickle Sayings By Anthony Liccione: If you can't please yourself some of the time, how do you expect to please If you can't please yourself some of the time, how do you expect to please people all the time? Not everyone is going to appreciate you for your efforts and deeds. — Anthony Liccione
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Tickle Sayings By Nadia Hashimi: That's what being a mother is, isn't it? Waiting for a rounded belly to tighten That's what being a mother is, isn't it? Waiting for a rounded belly to tighten in readiness; listening for the sound of hunger in the moonlit hours; hearing an eager voice call even in the camouflage of traffic, loud music, and whirring machines. It's looking at every door, every phone, and every approaching silhouette and feeling that slight lift, that tickle of opportunity to be again - mother. — Nadia Hashimi
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Tickle Sayings By D.C. Juris: Every inch of you belongs to me," Afron whispered. "From your ears" he nibbled delicately Every inch of you belongs to me," Afron whispered. "From your ears"
he nibbled delicately at one
"to your lips"
another nibble
"to your chest"
a swipe of his tongue met Makara's flesh
"to your belly"
a lingering tickle of the tip of Afron's tongue in Makara's belly button
"to your marvelous, thick cock. — D.C. Juris
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Tickle Sayings By George Cheyne: To see the convulsions, agonies and tortures of a poor fellow-creature, whom they cannot restore To see the convulsions, agonies and tortures of a poor fellow-creature, whom they cannot restore nor recompense, dying to gratify luxury and tickle callous and rank organs, must require a rocky heart, and a great degree of cruelty and ferocity. I cannot find any great difference between feeding on human flesh and feeding on animal flesh, except custom and practice. — George Cheyne
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Tickle Sayings By Anne Lamott: Some of us have a ragged faith. You cry for a long time, and then Some of us have a ragged faith. You cry for a long time, and then after that are defeated and flattened for a long time. Then somehow life starts up again ... Some aching beauty comes with huge loss, although maybe not right away when it would be helpful. Life is a very powerful force, despite the constant discouragement. So if you are a person with connections to life, a few tendrils eventually break through the sidewalk of loss, and you notice them, maybe space out studying them for a few moments, or maybe they tickle you into movement and response, if only because you have to scratch your nose. — Anne Lamott
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Tickle Sayings By Taya Kyle: Silly stuff could tickle him no end. Chris loved practical jokes, even when they weren't Silly stuff could tickle him no end. Chris loved practical jokes, even when they weren't planned.
One day he brought home a large kudu head to keep for a friend. (Kudus are large African antelopes; this one had been shot and mounted as a trophy.) I was in the kitchen getting something out of the refrigerator. I heard a noise and looked up-there was a beast in my house!
I screamed.
Chris appeared behind the head. For a brief moment his face was tight with concern and worry.
It was a very brief moment. When he realized he'd scared me with the silly head, he began laughing so hard the house shook.
"I'm sorry," he said, gasping for air. "I didn't mean to scare you."
He laughed some more.
"Oh, I'm sorry," he said when he managed to stop momentarily. "I'm sorry."
Another five minutes of hysterical laughter. By now it was contagious, and I started laughing, too.
"I didn't mean to do it," he said finally. "But it couldn't have worked out better. — Taya Kyle
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Tickle Sayings By Shane Claiborne: The future of the church is also about looking back and looking at where we The future of the church is also about looking back and looking at where we see these wonderful renewals and what we can learn from the early church. I think it is a really exciting time where Phyllis Tickle said every few hundred years the church needs a rummage sale where we can get rid of some of the clutter. — Shane Claiborne
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Tickle Sayings By Thomas Mann: What was life? Was it perhaps only an infectious disease of matter - just as What was life? Was it perhaps only an infectious disease of matter - just as the so-called spontaneous generation of matter was perhaps only an illness, a cancerous stimulation of the immaterial? The first step toward evil, toward lust and death, was doubtless taken when, as the result of a tickle by some unknown incursion, spirit increased in density for the first time, creating a pathologically rank growth of tissue that formed, half in pleasure, half in defense, as the prelude to matter, the transition from the immaterial to the material. — Thomas Mann
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Tickle Sayings By Linda Kage: Sarah. Oh, Sarah." He closed his eyes and slapped his hand over his face. "Sarah, Sarah. Oh, Sarah." He closed his eyes and slapped his hand over his face. "Sarah, Sarah, Sarah. You don't try to use reason with a man when you want to play slap and tickle with him."
"You don't?" When he grinned and shook his head, I scowled. "Why not?"
Colton sighed. "Because dicks don't respond to reason; they respond to stimulation."
"So ... ?" What the heck was he saying?
"Seduce that motherfucker, and he'll fold like a house of cards. — Linda Kage
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Tickle Sayings By Katherine Applegate: My mom told me once that money problems sort of sneak up on you. She My mom told me once that money problems sort of sneak up on you. She said it's like catching a cold. At first you just have a tickle in your throat, and then you have a headache, and then maybe you're coughing a little. The next thing you know, you have a pile of Kleenexes around your bed and you're hacking your lungs up. — Katherine Applegate
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Tickle Sayings By Jerome K. Jerome: When I meet a cat, I say, "Poor Pussy!" and stop down and tickle the When I meet a cat, I say, "Poor Pussy!" and stop down and tickle the side of its head; and the cat sticks up its tail in a rigid, cast-iron manner, arches its back, and wipes its nose up against my trousers; and all is gentleness and peace. When Montmorency meets a cat, the whole street knows about it; and there is enough bad language wasted in ten seconds to last an ordinarily respectable man all his life, with care. — Jerome K. Jerome
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Tickle Sayings By Bella Swann: Rapunzel shivered as she felt the tantalizing warm breath of the leopard and the vibrations Rapunzel shivered as she felt the tantalizing warm breath of the leopard and the vibrations from his panting tickle and tease her in such an intimate place. — Bella Swann
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Tickle Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus[never tickle a sleeping dragon] Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus

[never tickle a sleeping dragon] — J.K. Rowling
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Tickle Sayings By H.L. Mencken: Has the art of politics no apparent utility? Does it appear to be unqualifiedly ratty, Has the art of politics no apparent utility? Does it appear to be unqualifiedly ratty, raffish, sordid, obscene, and low down, andits salient virtuosi a gang of unmitigated scoundrels? Then let us not forget its high capacity to soothe and tickle the midriff, its incomparable services as a maker of entertainment. — H.L. Mencken
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Tickle Sayings By Nick Hornby: I had discovered after the Swindon game that loyalty, at least in football terms, was I had discovered after the Swindon game that loyalty, at least in football terms, was not a moral choice like bravery or kindness; it was more like a wart or a hump, something you were stuck with. Marriages are nowhere near as rigid - you won't catch any Arsenal fans slipping off to Tottenham for a bit of extra-marital slap and tickle, and though divorce is a possibility (you can just stop going if things get too bad), getting hitched again is out of the question. — Nick Hornby
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Tickle Sayings By Colleen Houck: Ren grinned."may I remind you that you are in a prime tickling postion,and there's no Ren grinned."may I remind you that you are in a prime tickling postion,and there's no escape. Tell me. ......Kelsey says:"if you tickle me,I'll portesy and struggle violently, which will cause you to drop me. He leaned close to my ear,and then whispered,"that sounds like a interesting challenge rajkumari. Perhaps we should experiment with it later"....the way he said my name made goose bumps rise all over my arms.
Page 283 of tigers curse — Colleen Houck
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Tickle Sayings By Julia Crane: A pulse of current invaded Kaitlyn's brain, and she straightened up in her seat. It A pulse of current invaded Kaitlyn's brain, and she straightened up in her seat. It wasn't painful; it was more of an annoyance. Like a slight buzz between her temples. Maybe even a tickle. She found it somewhat interesting that the test never picked up on her body's awareness of Lucas. Obviously, the computers didn't know everything. — Julia Crane
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Tickle Sayings By Jenny Erpenbeck: Nothing is nicer than diving with your eyes open. Diving down as far as the Nothing is nicer than diving with your eyes open. Diving down as far as the shimmering legs of your mother and father who have just come back from swimming and now are wading to shore through the shallow water. Nothing more fun than to tickle them and to hear, muffled by the water, how they shriek because they know it will make their child happy. — Jenny Erpenbeck
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Tickle Sayings By Sharon M. Draper: Look at that amazing display of sparkle! And feel that wind? It's trying to tickle Look at that amazing display of sparkle! And feel that wind? It's trying to tickle your toes, — Sharon M. Draper
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Tickle Sayings By Miles J. Unger: Is that a type of food Is that a type of food — Miles J. Unger
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Tickle Sayings By Zoe Klein: I adjure you, daughters of Jerusalem,Adore to weeping,Love to laughing,Desire to praising.Tickle, giggle, kiss!Adonai my I adjure you, daughters of Jerusalem,
Adore to weeping,
Love to laughing,
Desire to praising.
Tickle, giggle, kiss!
Adonai my God,
For one moment in love,
Let alone a thousand,
Let alone my life,
For the honor of raising and loving
Children in love,
Praise of You is ever upon my lips. — Zoe Klein
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Tickle Sayings By Gay Hendricks: Rule Number One is this: If you're open to learning, you get your life-lessons delivered Rule Number One is this: If you're open to learning, you get your life-lessons delivered as gently as the tickle of a feather. But if you're defensive, if you stubbornly persist in being right instead of learning the lesson at hand, if you stop paying attention to the tickles, the nudges, the clues - boom! Sledgehammer. — Gay Hendricks
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Tickle Sayings By Ann Wroe: Some sins have no season. We are as likely to be angry in November as Some sins have no season. We are as likely to be angry in November as to lose our rag in March ... There is, though, something autumnal about greed, apple-cheeked and wheat-crowned, purpled knee-high in grapes; something summery in sloth, as the hammock creaks in the fly-drowsy heat; and more than a tickle of spring in lust, as birds pair and the sap rises. Among these, ingratitude is winter, the worst of seasons. — Ann Wroe
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Tickle Sayings By Jerome K. Jerome: I like cats ... When I meet a cat, I say, "Poor Pussy!" and stoop I like cats ... When I meet a cat, I say, "Poor Pussy!" and stoop down and tickle the side of its head; and the cat sticks up its tail in a rigid, cast-iron manner, arches its back, and wipes its nose up against my trousers; and all is gentleness and peace. — Jerome K. Jerome
Tickle Sayings By C.D. Reiss: Too much slap, not enough tickle. Too much slap, not enough tickle. — C.D. Reiss
Tickle Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: I felt a tickle on my skin; it took me a moment to realize that I felt a tickle on my skin; it took me a moment to realize that Cole was driving his die-cast Mustang up my arm. He was laughing to himself, hushed and infectious, as if there was still any reason to be quite. — Maggie Stiefvater
Tickle Sayings By Gregory Of Nazianzus: Let us treasure up in our soul some of those things which are permanent ... Let us treasure up in our soul some of those things which are permanent ... , not of those which will forsake us and be destroyed, and which only tickle our senses for a little while ... — Gregory Of Nazianzus
Tickle Sayings By Kelley Armstrong: He laughed and tugged me down in a kiss. Then, lips still close enough to He laughed and tugged me down in a kiss. Then, lips still close enough to feel them tickle mine, he said, "You know this is it for me, right?You're it. First and last."
I looked up and met his gaze. "Same for me. First and last. — Kelley Armstrong
Tickle Sayings By Adrian Mitchell: Poetry is an extra hand. It can caress or tickle. It can clench and fight. Poetry is an extra hand. It can caress or tickle. It can clench and fight. — Adrian Mitchell
Tickle Sayings By Taylor Caldwell: Men who retain irony are not to be trusted. They can't always resist an impulse Men who retain irony are not to be trusted. They can't always resist an impulse to tickle themselves. — Taylor Caldwell
Tickle Sayings By James Wolcott: If you were to hold me down and tickle me to pick my favorite 'plus-comic,' If you were to hold me down and tickle me to pick my favorite 'plus-comic,' it would have to be Kevin James, a broad physical pratfaller capable of deadpan underplay, a technique honed from years of reaction-shot close-ups on TV, where every teeny fraction of a squint registers. — James Wolcott
Tickle Sayings By Ruskin Bond: I never cease to wonder at the tenacity of water - its ability to make I never cease to wonder at the tenacity of water - its ability to make its way through various strata of rock,zigzagging,back-tracking, finding space, cunningly discovering faults and fissures in the mountain, and sometimes traveling underground for great distances before emerging into the open. Of course, there's no stopping water. For no matter how tiny that little tickle, it has to go somewhere. — Ruskin Bond
Tickle Sayings By Theodore White: With electricity we were wired into a new world, for electricity brought the radio, a With electricity we were wired into a new world, for electricity brought the radio, a "crystal set" and with enough ingenuity, one could tickle the crystal with a cat's whisker and pick up anything. — Theodore White
Tickle Sayings By Jon Gabrus: Tumblr has a big community of bears and bear chasers. All my favorites on Tumblr Tumblr has a big community of bears and bear chasers. All my favorites on Tumblr and all the fan mail I get is all like, "We want to tickle you! What size shoe are you?" They're all like really big, heavyset, bearded guys who are like, "I want to ride your face like a motorcycle!" — Jon Gabrus
Tickle Sayings By August Strindberg: Yes, I am crying although I am a man. But has not a man eyes! Yes, I am crying although I am a man. But has not a man eyes! Has not a man hands, limbs,
senses, thoughts, passions? Is he not fed with the wine food, hurt by the same weapons, warmed and cooled by the same summer and winter as a woman? If you prick us do we not bleed? If you tickle us do we not laugh? And if you poison us, do we not die? Why shouldn't a man complain, a soldier weep? Because it is unmanly? Why is it unmanly? — August Strindberg
Tickle Sayings By Jimmy Boyd: I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus. Underneath the mistletoe last night. She didn't see me I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus. Underneath the mistletoe last night. She didn't see me creep down the stairs to have a peep; She thought that I was tucked up in my bedroom fast asleep. Then, I saw mommy tickle Santa Claus Underneath his beard so snowy white; Oh, what a laugh it would have been. If daddy had only seen. mommy kissing Santa Claus, last night. — Jimmy Boyd
Tickle Sayings By Jessica Khoury: He pulls out the pipe I stole and sticks it between his teeth."What do you He pulls out the pipe I stole and sticks it between his teeth.
"What do you think?" he asks around the stem. "Do I look noble?"
I snatch it away, and his teeth close with a clack. "Don't you know that will kill you?"
He stares at me a minute, a mischievous light coming into his eyes. Then suddenly he lunges at me.
"Give it back!"
"It's mine! I stole it!"
"I saved you from getting flogged!"
He makes a grab for the pipe, and I roll aside, holding it out of his reach. With a wicked laugh, he tickles my side, and I drop the pipe as I hasten to shove him away.
Aladdin picks up the pipe and brandishes it triumphantly, while I lie in the grass and laugh. — Jessica Khoury
Tickle Sayings By Rick Yancey: His body is pressed against my back, his arm is wrapped protectively around my waist, His body is pressed against my back, his arm is wrapped protectively around my waist, his breath a delicious tickle against my neck. The room is very cold; it would be nice to climb under the covers, but I don't want to move. I don't want him to move. I run my fingers along his bare forearm, remembering the warmth of his lips, the silkiness of his hair between my fingers. The boy who never sleeps, sleeping. Coming to rest upon the Cassiopeian shore, an island in the middle of a sea of blood. You have your promise, and I have you.
I can't trust him. I have to trust him.
I can't stay with him. I can't leave him behind. — Rick Yancey
Tickle Sayings By Charles Lamb: A pun is not bound by the laws which limit nicer wit. It is a A pun is not bound by the laws which limit nicer wit. It is a pistol let off at the ear; not a feather to tickle the intellect. — Charles Lamb
Tickle Sayings By Elaine Coffman: There are three things you must remember about a woman. Never take her for granted. There are three things you must remember about a woman. Never take her for granted. Never think you know what she is thinking. And never think you know what she will do in a given situation. A woman is like smoke. She will curl seductively around you one moment, burn your eyes the next, tickle your throat until you cough, and then poof! She is gone. She is a mirage. She is a thunderstorm. She is a sailboat on a sunny mirrored lake. She will run when you reach for her, and come to you when you wish her away. You can solve a problem. You can analyze logic. You can explain how vapor turns into water. But you cannot understand the mind of a woman. And do you know why? Because she does not understand herself."
"Then what do you do?"
"You love her and deal with her in all honesty. You earn her trust. And then you trust the Almighty, who made women the way they are, believing that He knew what He was doing."
"What if that doesn't help?"
"Blame Him. — Elaine Coffman
Tickle Sayings By Josie Bissett: My first children's book, 'Tickle Monster,' was inspired by tickling my son one evening. My first children's book, 'Tickle Monster,' was inspired by tickling my son one evening. — Josie Bissett
Tickle Sayings By Mary MacDowell: Memories are thins sheets of metal that can be easily molded or shaped. They possess Memories are thins sheets of metal that can be easily molded or shaped. They possess the power to either tickle your heart or haunt your soul. — Mary MacDowell
Tickle Sayings By Frans De Waal: Moreover, not unlike presidential candidates who hold babies up in the air as soon as Moreover, not unlike presidential candidates who hold babies up in the air as soon as the cameras are rolling, male chimps vying for power develop a sudden interest in infants, which they hold and tickle in order — Frans De Waal
Tickle Sayings By Anne Rice: I wish I could," laughed the vampire. "How positively delightful. I should like to pass I wish I could," laughed the vampire. "How positively delightful. I should like to pass through all manner of different keyholes and feel the tickle of their peculiar shapes. No." He shook his head. "That is, how would you say today ... bullshit? — Anne Rice
Tickle Sayings By Sarina Bowen: When he's sliding down my body and planting greedy kisses on my inner thighs. "Better When he's sliding down my body and planting greedy kisses on my inner thighs. "Better than ice cream," he rasps against my sensitive flesh, his tongue coming out to tickle my clit. "So much sweeter, baby." Then he captures the little bud between his lips and sucks hard enough to make me cry out. "Oh my God," I choke. My fingers tangle in his hair, keeping him trapped between my thighs. "Keep doing that." His laughter vibrates through my body. He continues to suckle me while one finger teases my folds, circling my opening until finally, slowly, slipping inside. I gasp in delight and rock against him. He's rocking, too, I realize. He's all but fucking the mattress as he licks and sucks and groans. — Sarina Bowen
Tickle Sayings By James Marcus: I'm good with machines. I know where to scratch, pet, and tickle them. I'm good with machines. I know where to scratch, pet, and tickle them. — James Marcus
Tickle Sayings By Robert Jordan: We are going to tickle some Aes Sedai under the chin, rescue a mule, and We are going to tickle some Aes Sedai under the chin, rescue a mule, and put a snip-nosed girl on the Lion Throne. Oh, yes. That's Aviendha. Don't look at her crosswise, or she'll try to cut your throat and probably slit her own by mistake. — Robert Jordan
Tickle Sayings By Manila Luzon: Playing on stereotypes was meant to be humorous. If it doesn't tickle you in certain Playing on stereotypes was meant to be humorous. If it doesn't tickle you in certain spots, it's not going to be funny. Falling down the stairs is a seriously dangerous thing, but watching it is HILARIOUS! — Manila Luzon
Tickle Sayings By Laurence Olivier: The office of drama is to exercise, possibly to exhaust, human emotions. The purpose of The office of drama is to exercise, possibly to exhaust, human emotions. The purpose of comedy is to tickle those emotions into an expression of light relief; of tragedy, to wound them and bring the relief of tears. Disgust and terror are the other points of the compass. — Laurence Olivier
Tickle Sayings By Leigh Hershkovich: Life is a funny, funny thing. Not the 'ha-ha' kind of funny, but an odd Life is a funny, funny thing. Not the 'ha-ha' kind of funny, but an odd kind of funny. The kind of funny that you know exists, yet you can't place your finger on. You know it's there, and when the funny strikes, you feel it, but you can't categorize it. It's almost a feeling of melancholy, fixed with a tickle in your stomach and an odd loss of balance. This feeling catches you when you least expect it. Sometimes it's better that way, sometimes it may feel like a curse. Regardless, once it passes, you feel different. You may even look different, though not to the naked eye. It may takes days or even months until you recognize the change within yourself, however apparent it may seem. One thing's for sure: Once this funny thing strikes, you will never be the same. — Leigh Hershkovich
Tickle Sayings By John C. Reilly: Life is often confusing and sad, and I'm a big fan of the slap and Life is often confusing and sad, and I'm a big fan of the slap and the tickle, as they say. — John C. Reilly
Tickle Sayings By David Roberts: When you sling a saddle atop a llama's back, just after he's rolled in the When you sling a saddle atop a llama's back, just after he's rolled in the dirt to scratch the unscratchable tickle of having lugged an ungrateful hiker's 90 pounds of impedimenta another eight miles along the trail, you're struck by how matted, coarse, and snarly the wool seems. But that's why it makes for versatile outdoor wear. — David Roberts
Tickle Sayings By Toba Beta: Bullshit do good when tickle. Bullshit do good when tickle. — Toba Beta
Tickle Sayings By Otto Willi Gail: While we were hastening to Father Moon to tickle his beard a little, the sun While we were hastening to Father Moon to tickle his beard a little, the sun was radiating splendor into the observation cabin; now he is squinting modestly at us from the side. I wouldn't have believed the central body of the solar system capable of such skipping about. The worst of it is that, with his eccentricities, he has had an effect upon old Mother Earth, whom I have always considered a trustworthy lady of ripe old age. To say nothing of the moon, this old bachelor goes his own way, and still has the audacity to make advances to Mother Earth. — Otto Willi Gail
Tickle Sayings By Lloyd Jones: A Prayer was like a tickle.Sooner or later God would have to look down to A Prayer was like a tickle.Sooner or later God would have to look down to see what was tickling his bum. — Lloyd Jones
Tickle Sayings By Courtney Milan: There was nothing common about him, first impressions be damned. Behind those spectacles lurked something There was nothing common about him, first impressions be damned. Behind those spectacles lurked something feral and untamable. He hadn't moved from his chair, and yet she felt a little tickle in her palms. A catch in her breath. His eyes were too sharp, his expression far too even. — Courtney Milan
Tickle Sayings By Clarissa Pinkola Estes: We all begin the process before we are ready, before we are strong enough, before We all begin the process before we are ready, before we are strong enough, before we know enough; we begin a dialogue with thoughts and feelings that both tickle and thunder within us. We respond before we know how to speak the language, before we know all the answers, and before we know exactly to whom we are speaking. — Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Tickle Sayings By Kristine K. Stevens: While National Geographic magazine had given me a taste of the world, the three-dimensional details While National Geographic magazine had given me a taste of the world, the three-dimensional details of this moment - the tickle of the rain drops, the suck sound of my feet in the mud, the challenge of getting photographs of the monkeys, my immature urge to make the driver wait even longer because he was annoying - would feed me for years to come. — Kristine K. Stevens
Tickle Sayings By David Farrier: It's easy to get young gay men to tickle each other, right? Let's come up It's easy to get young gay men to tickle each other, right? Let's come up with a challenge: Let's get heterosexual men. How do we do that? We make it a competition, because then it's not gay. That explains the antipathy behind the gay-journalist comment. — David Farrier
Tickle Sayings By Charles Bukowski: I am satisfiedwith my aggressive nature as I tickle deathunder the armpits. I am satisfied
with my aggressive nature
as I tickle death
under the
armpits. — Charles Bukowski
Tickle Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: You may never get to touch the Master, but you can tickle his creatures. You may never get to touch the Master, but you can tickle his creatures. — Thomas Pynchon
Tickle Sayings By R.K. Cowles: Never ever tickle anyone, who happens to be ticklish and holding a knife.Foolish accidents not Never ever tickle anyone, who happens to be ticklish and holding a knife.
Foolish accidents not only, may occure,
but will occure and you'll regret it
for the rest of your life. — R.K. Cowles
Tickle Sayings By Stephen Fry: There are all kinds of pedants around with more time to read and imitate Lynne There are all kinds of pedants around with more time to read and imitate Lynne Truss and John Humphrys than to write poems, love-letters, novels and stories it seems. They whip out their Sharpies and take away and add apostrophes from public signs, shake their heads at prepositions which end sentences and mutter at split infinitives and misspellings, but do they bubble and froth and slobber and cream with joy at language? Do they ever let the tripping of the tips of their tongues against the tops of their teeth transport them to giddy euphoric bliss? Do they ever yoke impossible words together for the sound-sex of it? Do they use language to seduce, charm, excite, please, affirm and tickle those they talk to? Do they? I doubt it. They're too farting busy sneering at a greengrocer's less than perfect use of the apostrophe. Well sod them to Hades. They think they're guardians of language. They're no more guardians of language than the Kennel Club is the guardian of dogkind. — Stephen Fry
Tickle 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
Tickle Sayings By Katie McGarry: Isaiah opens my car door and his warm silver eyes smile at me. "Hey." I Isaiah opens my car door and his warm silver eyes smile at me. "Hey."
I sweep my bangs from my eyes. "Hi."
He offers his hand and I accept. His fingers wrap around mine and heat surges up my arm, flushes my neck and settles into a blush on my face. He tugs gently and I slip out. I'm not sure if my body vibrates from the rumbling of the garage door closing or from the blood pounding in my veins.
Our fingers lace together, and his other hand smoothly cups my hip. I suck in a breath, surprised that someone touches me so easily and with such care.
"You look nice," he says.
"I'm in my school uniform." White button-down blouse, maroon-and-black plaid skirt, and a pair of white Keds. Nothing spectacular.
"I know." The seductive slide in his voice causes the back of my neck to tickle. — Katie McGarry
Tickle Sayings By John Ruskin: For as in nothing is a gentleman better to be discerned from a vulgar person, For as in nothing is a gentleman better to be discerned from a vulgar person, so in nothing is a gentle nation (such nations have been) better to be discerned from a mob, than in this, - that their feelings are constant and just, results of due contemplation, and of equal thought. You can talk a mob into anything; its feelings may be - usually are - on a whole, generous and right; but it has no foundation for them, no hold of them; you may tease or tickle it into any, at your pleasure; it thinks by infection, for the most part, catching an opinion like a cold, and there is nothing so little that it will not roar itself wild about, when the fit is on; nothing so great but it will forget in an hour, when the fit is past. — John Ruskin
Tickle Sayings By David Sturt: We've all got crazy ideas that tickle and nag. Let's turn up the volume on We've all got crazy ideas that tickle and nag. Let's turn up the volume on these great work muses. Allow them to germinate, mature and grow. — David Sturt
Tickle Sayings By Wendy Welch: I remember as a very young child being warned that libraries and bookstores were quiet I remember as a very young child being warned that libraries and bookstores were quiet places where noise wasn't allowed. Here was yet another thing the adults had gotten wrong, for these book houses pulsed with sounds; they just weren't noisy. The books hummed. The collective noise they made was like riding on a large boat where the motor's steady thrum and tickle vibrated below one's sneakers, ignorable until you listened, then omnipresent and relentless, the sound that carried you forward. Each book brimmed with noises it wanted to make inside your head the moment you opened it; only the shut covers prevented it from shouting ideas, impulses, proverbs, and plots into that sterile silence. — Wendy Welch
Tickle Sayings By Scott Fahlman: If you can't take the heat, don't tickle the dragon. If you can't take the heat, don't tickle the dragon. — Scott Fahlman
Tickle Sayings By Steve Merrick: With the caution of a gazelle I looked to the closed door ahead of it, With the caution of a gazelle I looked to the closed door ahead of it, and feeling a tickle of fear in my knotted stomach I entered this tube. — Steve Merrick
Tickle Sayings By Owen Barfield: When we recall the great influence which Spenser's poetry has exerted on English poets who When we recall the great influence which Spenser's poetry has exerted on English poets who have lived and written since his day, we can clearly see how the two kinds of Platonism - a direct Platonism, and a Platonism long ago transmuted and worked right down into the emotions of common people by the passionate Christianity of the Dark and Middle Ages - combined to beget the infinite suggestiveness which is now contained in such words as 'love' and 'beauty'. Let us remember, then, that every time we abuse these terms, or use them too lightly, we are draining them of their power; every time a society journalist or a film producer exploits this vast suggestiveness to tickle a vanity or dignify a lust, he is squandering a great pile of spiritual capital which has been laid up by centuries of weary effort. — Owen Barfield
Tickle Sayings By Mark Twain: This nation is like all the others that have been spewed upon the earthready to This nation is like all the others that have been spewed upon the earth
ready to shout for any cause that will tickle its vanity or fill its pocket. What a hell of a heaven it will be when they get all these hypocrites assembled there!
- Letter to J. H. Twichell, 1/29/1901 — Mark Twain
Tickle Sayings By Marcel Theroux: The Word is alive. We have always known it. But it needs to be uttered, The Word is alive. We have always known it. But it needs to be uttered, aloud or in the mind of a reader. Without a consciousness to tickle them into life, those books were dead. — Marcel Theroux
Tickle Sayings By Chris Brown: The worst moment was when I was performing and I was about to sing, but The worst moment was when I was performing and I was about to sing, but I choked. I had a tickle in my throat and I started coughing, and I couldn't get the words out. It lasted for like thirty seconds, but I got over it, and luckily the crowd didn't seem to care. — Chris Brown
Tickle Sayings By Geraldine McCaughrean: Tell me a story,' demanded Fireflyer.'Why? Do you eat them, too, then?''Only the ohs and Tell me a story,' demanded Fireflyer.
'Why? Do you eat them, too, then?'
'Only the ohs and ayes and ees and oos. The Kays are too spikey and the zeds are too buzzzy and the ones with the dots get stuck in your teeth and the esses sometimes slide down inside your vest and tickle. — Geraldine McCaughrean
Tickle Sayings By Cressida Cowell: What you g-g-gonna do, tough guy? Tickle Toothless to d-d-death? What you g-g-gonna do, tough guy? Tickle Toothless to d-d-death? — Cressida Cowell
Tickle Sayings By Anna Funder: Prison left me with some strange little tics.' She has taken all the door off Prison left me with some strange little tics.' She has taken all the door off their hinges in all the apartments she has lived in since. It's not that she has anxiety attacks about small spaces, she says, it's just that she starts to sweat and go cold. 'This apartment is perfect for me,' she says, looking around the open space.
'How about elevators?' I ask, recalling the schlepp up the stairs.
'Exactly,' she replies, 'I don't like them much either.'
One day, years later, her husband Charlie was fooling around at home, playing the guitar. Miriam said something provocative and he stood up suddenly, lifting his arm to take off the guitar strap. He was probably just going to say 'That's outrageous', or tickle her or tackle her. But she was gone. She was already down in the courtyard of the building. She does not remember getting down the stairs-it was an automatic flight reaction. — Anna Funder
Tickle Sayings By Cyrano De Bergerac: 'And for my part, Gentlemen,' said I, 'that I may put in for a share, 'And for my part, Gentlemen,' said I, 'that I may put in for a share, and guess with the rest; not to amuse myself with those curious Notions wherewith you tickle and spur on slow-paced Time; I believe, that the Moon is a World like ours, to which this of ours serves likewise for a Moon.' — Cyrano De Bergerac
Tickle Sayings By William H Gass: Is it really possible that the finest sensations in life are simple: the delicate brush Is it really possible that the finest sensations in life are simple: the delicate brush of Lou's hair across my chest, for instance? Yes. It is possible. Or was it the feeling I felt in each length as they drifted over me, the love I perceived in their gentle tickle? Yes. That was possible too. With Lou's soft first kiss, wasn't it mainly the miracle of its happening at all which made it so wondrous, so plainly impossible? And was I waiting on the stair for the world's wind to do the same, to display for me that rare union of meaning, gesture, and understanding, which the artist gnaws up knuckles to achieve? O. Oooh ... the decades I've done in and then abandoned without even waiting for the wounds to bleed! — William H Gass
Tickle Sayings By Jared Young: She has shared her hurt with me, and now a little bit of it is She has shared her hurt with me, and now a little bit of it is mine. This thing she couldn't bear alone, I can bear some of it, I can be hurt, too, and here's the thing you'd never expect about this kind of second-hand-hurt - it feels so good, it makes you feel whole, it makes you feel necessary, and even if you don't realize it right away, you'll find, as time passes, as the bearing of the hurt further intoxicates you, makes you more fully hers and she more fully yours, that you'll do anything to keep it; you'll say anything, you'll believe anything, you'll compromise anything, you'll build your self-worth around that tiny grain of hurt she lent you, and in return you'll hold her chin in your hand and run your thumb over the corner of her mouth and tickle the back of her earlobe with your finger and whisper to her over and over and over that "it's okay, it's okay, it's okay - — Jared Young
Tickle Sayings By Gillibran Brown: The door stayed closed and Shane heartlesslybawled that I was to do as bidden and The door stayed closed and Shane heartlessly
bawled that I was to do as bidden and go to bed in the single room. I
stepped up my campaign. Dropping to my knees I rested my forehead
against the door beseeching and wailing: "please, please don't make me
sleep alone, Daddy, don't make me go back in there. There's things
under the bed, evil things with fangs and a taste for boy blood. Daddy
please, I'm frightened. They're coming, let me in! They're coming for
me! DADDY, save me!"
I fell flat on my face as the door was suddenly flung open,
fortunately the men folk were laughing too much to do anything other
than call me a tiresome brat and put me under tickle torture. — Gillibran Brown
Tickle Sayings By Ralph Helfer: Katrina held Bram in her arms, speaking softly, reassuringly, as they approached baby Modoc.This was Katrina held Bram in her arms, speaking softly, reassuringly, as they approached baby Modoc.
This was an important moment, a beginning, for she knew the boy would spend his life with animals, especially elephants, and the meeting was of utmost importance. Neither the elephant nor the baby said a word. All was quiet as they looked at each other. Mo's small trunk wormed its way up, reaching to the baby. As Bram leaned over, his little hand pulled loose from Katrina's grasp found its way down toward the trunk. A finger extended to meet the tip of the trunk. Bram's expression was one of curiosity; he felt the wet tip, Modoc moved her "finger" all around Bram's hand, sliding it across each finger and the palm. A big tickle grin spread across Bram's face, Modoc did her elephant "chirp," a tear glistened as it ran down Katrina's face. All was well. The future had been written. — Ralph Helfer
Tickle Sayings By Uday Mukerji: By holding hands a couple can always say a lot of things they couldn't have By holding hands a couple can always say a lot of things they couldn't have otherwise said in a public place. Among a million people, they can touch and tickle each other at their most intimate places: their hearts. — Uday Mukerji
Tickle Sayings By Jay Leno: According to the L.A. Times, Attorney General John Ashcroft wants to take "a harder stance" According to the L.A. Times, Attorney General John Ashcroft wants to take "a harder stance" on the death penalty. What's a harder stance on the death penalty? We're already killing the guy? How do you take a harder stance on the death penalty? What, are you going to tickle him first? Give him itching powder? Put a thumbtack on the electric chair? — Jay Leno
Tickle Sayings By Josie Bissett: The 'Tickle Monster' story literally flew out of my mouth. The 'Tickle Monster' story literally flew out of my mouth. — Josie Bissett
Tickle Sayings By Derek Jeter: Every body has a tickle spot, somtimes you just have to find it. Every body has a tickle spot, somtimes you just have to find it. — Derek Jeter
Tickle Sayings By William Shakespeare: I must to the barber's, mounsieur; for methinks I am marvellous hairy about the face; I must to the barber's, mounsieur; for methinks I am marvellous hairy about the face; and I am such a tender ass, if my hair do but tickle me I must scratch. — William Shakespeare
Tickle Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Love tickles parts of you that, prior to its influence, you didn't even know could Love tickles parts of you that, prior to its influence, you didn't even know could feel. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Tickle Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: Death has come in the pantry door: stands watching them, iron and patient, with a Death has come in the pantry door: stands watching them, iron and patient, with a look that says 'try to tickle me. — Thomas Pynchon
Tickle Sayings By J.R. Ward: Butch: -I hear ya. No one's biz but yours. One question thoughVishous: -WhatButch: -When the Butch: -I hear ya. No one's biz but yours. One question though
Vishous: -What
Butch: -When the females tie you down, do they paint your toe-nails and shit? Or just do your makeup? Wait ... they tickle your pits with feather, right? — J.R. Ward
Tickle Sayings By J.D. Robb: You're aunt's justwhat is itdown the hall. You know damn well this place isn't soundproofed.""You'll You're aunt's just
what is it
down the hall. You know damn well this place isn't soundproofed."
"You'll just have to be quiet." He gave her ribs a deliberate tickle that made her jump and yelp. "Or not."
"Didn't I bang you already today, twice this morning?"
"Darling Eve, you're a pathetic romantic. — J.D. Robb
Tickle Sayings By David Mitchell: Embrace your enemy," the elders urged, "to prevent him striking you." ("Embrace your enemy," Henry Embrace your enemy," the elders urged, "to prevent him striking you." ("Embrace your enemy," Henry quipped, "to feel his dagger tickle your kidneys.") — David Mitchell
Tickle Sayings By Virginia Morell: didn't talk soothingly to the rat, or stroke her, but firmly grabbed her behind the didn't talk soothingly to the rat, or stroke her, but firmly grabbed her behind the neck, mimicking a playful nip, and then ran his fingers up and down her rib cage, tickling her. She squirmed briefly, but stopped when he turned her over and tickled her belly. (Like humans, rats have "tickle-skin.") That was when she began to laugh, calls that we heard through the bat detector as quick, high-pitched chirps, and saw on the computer monitor in a sonogram rendition as a vertical series of wavy lines. Compared to a sonogram of various kinds of human laughs, a rat's chirps may be closest to a giggle. "There, she's laughing already," Panksepp said, tickling her some more. "Chup, chup, chup," I wrote in my notebook, trying to approximate the bat-detector's translation of her rat laughter. When Panksepp stopped tickling, she jumped up and bunny-hopped around the bin, while making more of her laughing play-chirps. — Virginia Morell
Tickle Sayings By Laura Whitcomb: Perhaps I couldn't tickle the inside of his ear, but I could reach the mysterious Perhaps I couldn't tickle the inside of his ear, but I could reach the mysterious curves of his mind. — Laura Whitcomb
Tickle Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: Is it the lumberman, then, who is the friend and lover of the pine, stands Is it the lumberman, then, who is the friend and lover of the pine, stands nearest to it, and understands its nature best? Is it the tanner who has barked it, or he who has boxed it for turpentine, whom posterity will fable to have been changed into a pine at last? No! no! it is the poet: he it is who makes the truest use of the pine-who does not fondle it with an axe, nor tickle it with a saw, nor stroke it with a plane ... — Henry David Thoreau
Tickle Sayings By Bram Stoker: Then she paused, and I could hear the churning sound of her tongue as it Then she paused, and I could hear the churning sound of her tongue as it licked her teeth and lips, and could feel the hot breath on my neck. Then the skin of my throat began to tingle as one's flesh does when the hand that is to tickle it approaches nearer- nearer. I could feel the soft, shivering touch of the lips on the supersensitive skin of my throat, and the hard dents of two sharp teeth, just touching and pausing there. I closed my eyes in a languorous ecstasy and waited- waited with beating heart. — Bram Stoker
Tickle Sayings By Christopher Moore: We'll help," said one boy, his finger far enough up his nose to tickle a We'll help," said one boy, his finger far enough up his nose to tickle a memory nesting in his frontal lobe. — Christopher Moore
Tickle Sayings By Kerrelyn Sparks: I was thinking about stopping at a restaurant. Would you care to join me?"She shifted I was thinking about stopping at a restaurant. Would you care to join me?"
She shifted in the car seat to face him, causing him to glance at her legs once again. "Are you asking me out?"
"No."
"Will you purr if I tickle you behind the ears?"
"No."
"Will you dance the samba for me in your hot pink sequined thong?"
"No."
"Do you always say no?"
His mouth twitched. "No. — Kerrelyn Sparks