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Your Mummy Sayings By Jo Walton: Yet I felt he was innocent in a way I was not, that I knew Yet I felt he was innocent in a way I was not, that I knew more about evil than he ever could, because he had parents who loved him and wanted the best for him, while I had grown up with Mummy. — Jo Walton
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Your Mummy Sayings By Anonymous: Give others a chance to talk ... A lovely little girl was holding two apples Give others a chance to talk ...
A lovely little girl was holding two apples with both hands.Her mum came in and softly asked her little daughter with a smile: my sweetie, could you give your mum one of your two apples? The girl looked up at her mum for some seconds, then she suddenly took a quick bite on one apple, and then quickly on the other. The mum felt the smile on her face freeze. She tried hard not to reveal her disappointment. Then the little girl handed one of her bitten apples to her mum, and said: mummy, here you are.This is the sweeter one.
No matter who you are, how experienced you are, and how knowledgeable you think you are, always delay judgement. Give others the privilege to explain themselves. What you see may not be the reality. Never conclude for others. — Anonymous
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Your Mummy Sayings By Michael Grant: Every single person I've seen in the past few days asks me about the Leg.How Every single person I've seen in the past few days asks me about the Leg.
How is it?
How's the Leg?
The Leg is attached. Thanks for asking. There's The Leg right there. It's on display, always outside of the sheets and blanket, although the whole thing is still so wrapped up it looks like I borrowed The Leg from some ancient Egyptian mummy.
How's The Leg?
It seems a bit mummyish, thanks. — Michael Grant
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Your Mummy Sayings By Stephanie Perkins: Where's your hat?"He squints at me. "Mer? Is that you? Do I need my scarf? Where's your hat?"
He squints at me. "Mer? Is that you? Do I need my scarf? Will it be cold, Mummy? — Stephanie Perkins
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Your Mummy Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: Mark how fleeting and paltry is the estate of man-yesterday in embryo, tomorrow a mummy Mark how fleeting and paltry is the estate of man-yesterday in embryo, tomorrow a mummy or ashes. So for the hairsbreadth of time assigned to thee, live rationally, and part with life cheerfully, as drops the ripe olive, extolling the season that bore it and the tree that matured it. — Marcus Aurelius
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Your Mummy Sayings By Princess Diana: What must it be like for a little boy to read that daddy never loved What must it be like for a little boy to read that daddy never loved mummy? — Princess Diana
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Your Mummy Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: I can't help giving her the Mummy Once-Over myself, and she's one of those mothers I can't help giving her the Mummy Once-Over myself, and she's one of those mothers who wears Crocs over nubbly homemade socks. (Why would you do that? Why?) — Sophie Kinsella
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Your Mummy Sayings By Magda M. Olchawska: Mikolay had explored the big attic many times before, and he knew that his mummy Mikolay had explored the big attic many times before, and he knew that his mummy misplaced boxes all the time.
Ah, I,don't really want a wand, um, that much. Can we go home now? Please? begged Julia as she walked toward the door.
But Mikolay grabbed her hand and whispered:Lets just see where the shadow is going and after that, we can go right home.
Mikolay and Julia carefully moved closer and closer to the wall. — Magda M. Olchawska
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Your Mummy Sayings By R.G. Manse: Rosy's mummy hands Franny a clear plastic bag full of reject biscuits, then Rosy holds Rosy's mummy hands Franny a clear plastic bag full of reject biscuits, then Rosy holds her cheek out for Franny's wet kiss. Rosy wipes the slime from her face and Franny cackles, then shows them both into the lounge.
There on Franny's coffee table is a biscuit tin with a Christmas picture on the lid. Proper shop-bought biscuits, not factory rejects.
"Please, may I have a biscuit?" Rosy says.
"Oh, there are no biscuits in that my darling," Franny says, and pulls the tin from Rosy's prying fingers. Franny holds open the bag of crumb-speckled chocolate digestives. "Help yourself, my wee hen."
Rosy settles for a reject.
Franny puts the Christmas tin up high, way up high, way out of reach. — R.G. Manse
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Your Mummy Sayings By Magda M. Olchawska: Julia heard from her mummy that fairies were gentle creatures with singing voices just like Julia heard from her mummy that fairies were gentle creatures with singing voices just like the mermaids. — Magda M. Olchawska
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Your Mummy Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: You're right. Many nurses nowadays don't like doing the things that nurses used to have You're right. Many nurses nowadays don't like doing the things that nurses used to have to do. Changing sheets and collecting bedpans - that sort of thing. Nursing has moved on, Bertie.'
Bertie was puzzled. 'But if they don't do that,' he said, 'then who does? Do people have to tuck themselves into bed when they're in hospital?'
Irene was amused by this and raised her eyes again. 'Dear Bertie, no, not at all. They have other people now to do that sort of thing. There are other wome ... people who do that.' 'So they aren't nurses, Mummy?' asked Bertie. Irene waved a hand vaguely. 'No. They call them care assistants, or something like that. It's very important work.' 'So what do the nurses do then, Mummy? If they have somebody else to take the bedpans to the patients, what's left for the nurses to do? Do they do the things that doctors do? Can nurses take your tonsils out?' 'I think they'd like to,' said Irene. — Alexander McCall Smith
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Your Mummy Sayings By Khalia Hades: I know you did what you could to help pappa.""Kid," I brushed his hand off I know you did what you could to help pappa."
"Kid," I brushed his hand off my shoulder. "Your father did a stupid thing and paid the price for it. Now fuck off. — Khalia Hades
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Your Mummy Sayings By John M. Cusick: When they were both five, Charlie and David asked their mother where babies come from. When they were both five, Charlie and David asked their mother where babies come from. Charlie's mom folded herself into an armchair, sat Charlie on her lap, and pointed to pictures in what Charlie had always thought was a book of sea creatures. She helped him sounds out the scientific names. David's mother had a more whimsical answer. "When two people make love, a little blue fair leaps from the daddy to the mummy, connecting them like a ribbon of light. And sometimes, the fairy leaves a baby in the mummy's tummy." Would the fairies leave any more babies in his mummy's tummy? David wanted to know. "No, Davie." Why not? "Because Daddy's fairies are lazy. — John M. Cusick
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Your Mummy Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: MUMMY, n. - an ancient Egyptian handy, too, in museums in gratifying the vulgar curiosity MUMMY, n. - an ancient Egyptian handy, too, in museums in gratifying the vulgar curiosity that serves to distinguish man from the lower animals. — Ambrose Bierce
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Your Mummy Sayings By Rachel Caine: As I leafed through the book in front of me and watched the dust swirl As I leafed through the book in front of me and watched the dust swirl in the air, I wondered if maybe there was some evil dormant virus in the pages that would infect me, like the mummy dust that used to kill archaeologists. Death by research. That was not a glorious end. — Rachel Caine
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Your Mummy Sayings By Max Allan Collins: Evelyn: Look, I ... I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a Evelyn: Look, I ... I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a treasure-seeker, or a gunfighter, Mr. O'Connell, but I am proud of what I am.
Rick: And what is that?
Evelyn: I ... am a librarian.
The Mummy (1999) — Max Allan Collins
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Your Mummy Sayings By Margaret Atwood: It's okay, mummy's in there lying on the floor. She'll be alright in an hour It's okay, mummy's in there lying on the floor. She'll be alright in an hour or so. — Margaret Atwood
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Your Mummy Sayings By William Scott Home: I put a sour cherry pastille on my tongue, but the combination jarred. A meaty, I put a sour cherry pastille on my tongue, but the combination jarred. A meaty, protein taste was called for. With a cool skin, sticky sweet fragrance in the nostrils, the aleatory drip of timeless water echoing in your ears, a limbo beyond the muscle spindles... you become a spiced mummy in a cool chamber beneath the Nile. This salt-surfeited breeze tingling every corpuscle of my skin set me adrift on a cool back eddy near a basser sea... but the wave lap and sibilance of the palm leaves was like the rustle of a costly veil... in what exotic world did a vortex of primary colours drain into the eyes?... did it all make me a taffeted plankter drinking substance from the spectrum of a fractured sun?"

-"Cancerous Kisses of Crocodiles — William Scott Home
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Your Mummy Sayings By Frank O'Connor: But, Mummy, couldn't God make another wars, but bad people.""Oh!" I said.I was disappointed about But, Mummy, couldn't God make another wars, but bad people."
"Oh!" I said.
I was disappointed about that. I began to think that God wasn't quite what he was cracked up to be. — Frank O'Connor
Your Mummy Sayings By William T. Vollmann: As a child he had gone out for Halloween as a mummy, a vampire, a As a child he had gone out for Halloween as a mummy, a vampire, a blue-and-green-swolen drowned boy, all kinds of sufferings and mutilations and perversions represented by his costumes; and looking around him he saw witches and Frankenstein monsters and scarred warty masks of all the kids running around asking for candy in the dark; and he wondered: Why must we hurt ourselves and drive stakes through our hearts and drown ourselves in order to get candy? Why couldn't we just go out and ask for it? — William T. Vollmann
Your Mummy Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Knowing someone's name meant knowing that the other person was a human being and not Knowing someone's name meant knowing that the other person was a human being and not "the enemy." Knowing someone's name transformed him into a unique and special individual, with a past and a future, with ancestors and possibly descendants, a person who has known triumphs and failures. People are their names; they're proud of them; they repeat them thousands of times in their lifetime and identify with them. It's the first word they learn after "Daddy" and "Mummy. — Paulo Coelho
Your Mummy Sayings By Virginia Woolf: Hail, happiness, then, and after happiness, hail not those dreams which bloat the sharp image Hail, happiness, then, and after happiness, hail not those dreams which bloat the sharp image as spotted mirrors do the face in a country-inn parlour; dreams which splinter the whole and tear us asunder and wound us and split us apart in the night when we would sleep; but sleep, sleep, so deep that all shapes are ground to dust of infinite softness, water of dimness inscrutable, and there, folded, shrouded, like a mummy, like a moth, prone let us lie on the sand at the bottom of sleep. — Virginia Woolf
Your Mummy Sayings By James Ensor: Drenched in British purples, I have offered up my tones: pigeon breast, hind belly, balky Drenched in British purples, I have offered up my tones: pigeon breast, hind belly, balky mule lung, monkey bottom pink, lapis lazuli and malachite, excited nymph thigh, panther pee-pee, high-smelling hen hair, hedgehog in aspic, barrel-maker's brothel, revered rose, monkeybush, turkey-like white, sly violet, page's slipper, immaculate nun spring, unspeakable red, Ensor azure, affected yellow, mummy skull, rock-hard gray, brunt celadon, shop soiled smoke ring. — James Ensor
Your Mummy Sayings By Khalia Hades: Excuse me soldiers, but do you mind stepping away from your lady friends?"We were here Excuse me soldiers, but do you mind stepping away from your lady friends?"
We were here for the prostitutes.
"And why should we do that crypt Keeper? — Khalia Hades
Your Mummy Sayings By Michael Cisco: I was told, or read, that everyone visits Veciofeni's cave sooner or later. He stood I was told, or read, that everyone visits Veciofeni's cave sooner or later. He stood in there and wept himself to death, evidently, and this manner of dying, so gently incremental, brought about the perfect preservation of his body as a consequence of his mummy-like dehydration and the saturation of his person with his own lachrymal salt. — Michael Cisco
Your Mummy Sayings By Anne Frank: At such times Daddy, Mummy and Margot leave me cold. I wander from one room At such times Daddy, Mummy and Margot leave me cold. I wander from one room to another, downstairs and up again, feeling like a songbird whose wings have been clipped and who is hurling himself in utter darkness against the bars of his cage. "Go outside, laugh, and take a breath of fresh air," a voice cries within me, but I don't even feel a response any more; I go and lie on the divan and sleep, to make the time pass more quickly, and the stillness and terrible fear, because there is no way of killing them. — Anne Frank
Your Mummy Sayings By Samuel Selvon: Is one of those summer evenings, when it look like night would never come, a Is one of those summer evenings, when it look like night would never come, a magnificent evening, a powerful evening, rent finish paying, rations in the cupboard, twenty pounds in the bank, and a nice piece of skin waiting under the big clock in Piccadilly Tube Station. The sky blue, sun shining, the girls ain't have on no coats to hide the legs.
"Mummy, look at that black man!" A little child, holding on to the mother hand, look up at Sir Galahad.
"You mustn't say that, dear!" The mother chide the child. — Samuel Selvon
Your Mummy Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Look, this isn't The Mummy. It's not like a teenaged girl's diary could resurrect the Look, this isn't The Mummy. It's not like a teenaged girl's diary could resurrect the dead or anything. It's just the story of her innocuous life. What on earth could an ancient girl have known that would be worth killing someone over? (Tory) You're asking me that question? People kill each other over a pair of shoes or for wearing the same jacket. (Acheron) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Your Mummy Sayings By Brendan Fraser: I mean, it was a mummy movie. It was a good film independent of its I mean, it was a mummy movie. It was a good film independent of its source. It that looks like Lawrence of Arabia on steroids in a lot of ways. — Brendan Fraser
Your Mummy Sayings By Simon Baker: I've always been really drawn to that kind of sexual earthiness in European women, and I've always been really drawn to that kind of sexual earthiness in European women, and Sophia Loren covered all the bases, including the whole mummy fantasy. — Simon Baker
Your Mummy Sayings By Stephen King: Oh shit, the mummy's after us, let's all walk a little faster Oh shit, the mummy's after us, let's all walk a little faster — Stephen King
Your Mummy Sayings By Celia Imrie: Mummy always wanted the five children, and she knew she couldn't look after them all Mummy always wanted the five children, and she knew she couldn't look after them all because she was this absolutely glorious woman who loved going to parties and going to the races, and she just didn't have time. — Celia Imrie
Your Mummy Sayings By Tove Jansson: There one is safe. In a museum or in a lap or in a tree. There one is safe. In a museum or in a lap or in a tree. Perhaps under the bedclothes. But the best thing of all is to sit high up in a tree, that is if one isn't still inside one's Mummy's tummy. — Tove Jansson
Your Mummy Sayings By Tom Robbins: The theory arrived neither full-blown, like an orphan on the doorstep, nor sharply defined, like The theory arrived neither full-blown, like an orphan on the doorstep, nor sharply defined, like a spike through a shoe; nor did it develop as would a photographic print, crisp images gradually emerging from a shadowy soup. Rather, it unwound like a turban, like a mummy bandage; started with the sudden loosening of a clasp, a scarab fastener, and then unraveled in awkward spirals from end to frazzled end. — Tom Robbins
Your Mummy Sayings By Hilary McKay: Darling Daddy, This is Rose. The shed needs new wires now it has blown up. Darling Daddy, This is Rose. The shed needs new wires now it has blown up. Caddy is bringing home rock-bottom boyfriends to see if they will do for Mummy. Instead of you. Love, Rose. — Hilary McKay
Your Mummy Sayings By Edith Sitwell: The busy chatter of the heat Shrilled like a parakeet; And shuddering at the noonday The busy chatter of the heat Shrilled like a parakeet; And shuddering at the noonday light The dust lay dead and white As powder on a mummy's face, Or fawned with simian grace Round booths with many a hard bright toy And wooden brittle joy: The cap and bells of Time the Clown That, jangling, whistled down Young cherubs hidden in the guise Of every bird that flies; And star-bright masks for youth to wear, Lest any dream that fare Bright pilgrim past our ken, should see Hints of Reality. — Edith Sitwell
Your Mummy Sayings By Craig Ferguson: A casino in South Dakota was robbed by a man dressed as a mummy. The A casino in South Dakota was robbed by a man dressed as a mummy. The police described the suspect as anywhere between 25 and 8,000 years old. — Craig Ferguson
Your Mummy Sayings By Bjorn Street: It all begins with goodness in the heart. It all begins with goodness in the heart. — Bjorn Street
Your Mummy Sayings By Gail Carriger: Mummy and Daddy want him to be an evil genius, but he has his heart Mummy and Daddy want him to be an evil genius, but he has his heart set on Latin verse. Don't you, Pill?" The boy gave his sister a nasty stare. "Pillover is terribly bad at being bad, if you take my meaning. Our daddy is a founding member of the Death Weasel Confederacy, and Mummy is a kitchen chemist with questionable intent, but poor Pillover can't even bring himself to murder ants with his Depraved Lens of Crispy Magnification. Can you, Pill? — Gail Carriger
Your Mummy Sayings By William Butler Yeats: I have mummy truths to tellWhereat the living mock,Though not for sober ear,For maybe all I have mummy truths to tell
Whereat the living mock,
Though not for sober ear,
For maybe all that hear
Should laugh and weep an hour upon the clock. — William Butler Yeats
Your Mummy Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Occasionally, someone coughed with a dry rasp that sounded like a mummy tapped on the Occasionally, someone coughed with a dry rasp that sounded like a mummy tapped on the head with a pair of tongs. — Haruki Murakami
Your Mummy Sayings By Caitlin Moran: And how are . . . Mummy's stitches? This, I was slightly thrown by. I And how are . . . Mummy's stitches? This, I was slightly thrown by. I knew my mother had had forty-two stitches after the birth, and that she was washing the stitches every day with warm salty water - she made me go and get the warm salty water - but she hadn't passed on much more information about her vagina than that. I knew from Spiritual Midwifery (Ina May Gaskin, Book Pub Co., 1977) that postpartum women were often loath to share the details of their births with the virgins of the tribe, so I wasn't unduly concerned about it. Still, I did have some info, and I was going to share it. — Caitlin Moran
Your Mummy Sayings By Allison Pearson: Unfortunately, the case for equal opportunities, long established inliberal Western society, cuts no ice in Unfortunately, the case for equal opportunities, long established in
liberal Western society, cuts no ice in the fundamentalist regime if
the five-year old. There is no God but Mummy, and Daddy is her
prophet. — Allison Pearson
Your Mummy Sayings By R.L. Stine: I've never turned into a bee - I've never been chased by a mummy or I've never turned into a bee - I've never been chased by a mummy or met a ghost. But many of the ideas in my books are suggested by real life. — R.L. Stine
Your Mummy Sayings By Hiromu Arakawa: Why are they burying daddy? Mummy? Mummy! Make 'em stop! Daddy can't go to work Why are they burying daddy? Mummy? Mummy! Make 'em stop! Daddy can't go to work like this! — Hiromu Arakawa
Your Mummy Sayings By Aldous Huxley: The consistent thinker, the consistently moral man, is either a walking mummy or else, if The consistent thinker, the consistently moral man, is either a walking mummy or else, if he has not succeeded in stifling all his vitality, a fanatical monomaniac. — Aldous Huxley
Your Mummy Sayings By Monica McCarty: Although, we might want to come up with a different story to tell our children. Although, we might want to come up with a different story to tell our children. I don't think 'Father ravished Mummy against a wall so he had to marry her' is exactly the kind of lesson in courtship we want to impart. — Monica McCarty
Your Mummy Sayings By Caitlin Moran: When my children say, 'In the future, Mummy, will things get better or worse for When my children say, 'In the future, Mummy, will things get better or worse for humanity?' I say: 'Who knows, since Amy Winehouse died. It's all in the air now. Eat your broccoli.' — Caitlin Moran
Your Mummy Sayings By Anne Frank: If God lets me live, I shall attain more than Mummy ever has done, I If God lets me live, I shall attain more than Mummy ever has done, I shall not remain insignificant, I shall work in the world and for mankind! — Anne Frank
Your Mummy Sayings By Anne Sexton: Watch out for love(unless it is true,and every part of you says yes including the Watch out for love
(unless it is true,
and every part of you says yes including the toes),
it will wrap you up like a mummy,
and your scream won't be heard
and none of your running will run. — Anne Sexton
Your Mummy Sayings By Seabury Quinn: Mais c'est renfantillage - this is childishness!' we heard de Grandin pant as we closed Mais c'est renfantillage - this is childishness!' we heard de Grandin pant as we closed in and sought a chance to seize his skeleton-like antagonist. 'He who fights an imp of Satan as if he were human is a fool!'
("The Man In Crescent Terrace") — Seabury Quinn
Your Mummy Sayings By Stephen King: change. Eddie saw the leper, the mummy, the bird; he saw the werewolf, and a change. Eddie saw the leper, the mummy, the bird; he saw the werewolf, and a vampire whose teeth were Gillette Blue-Blades set at crazy angles like mirrors — Stephen King
Your Mummy Sayings By Doris Lessing: Oh, yes, Alice did know that she forgot things, but not how badly, or how Oh, yes, Alice did know that she forgot things, but not how badly, or how often. When her mind started to dazzle and to puzzle, frantically trying to lay hold of something stable, then she always at once allowed herself
as she did now
to slide back into her childhood, where she dwelt pleasurably on some scene or other that she had smoothed and polished and painted over and over again with fresh colour until it was like walking into a story that began, 'Once upon a time there was a little girl called Alice, with her mother, Dorothy. One morning Alice was in the kitchen with Dorothy, who was making her favourite pudding, apple with cinnamon and brown sugar and sour cream, and little Alice said, 'Mummy, I am a good girl, aren't I? — Doris Lessing
Your Mummy Sayings By Les Dawson: Mind you, I've always been musical ... Mother used to sit me on her knee Mind you, I've always been musical ... Mother used to sit me on her knee and I'd whisper, 'Mummy, Mummy, sing me a lullaby do,' and she'd say: 'Certainly my angel, my wee bundle of happiness, hold my beer while I fetch me banjo.' — Les Dawson
Your Mummy Sayings By Catherine Hardwicke: Zombies, mummies - they're disgusting and gross. You don't want to make out with a Zombies, mummies - they're disgusting and gross. You don't want to make out with a mummy. At least, I don't. — Catherine Hardwicke
Your Mummy Sayings By Theodore Sturgeon: Why do you talk all the time?" I asked. It was a rhetorical question, but Why do you talk all the time?" I asked. It was a rhetorical question, but she cocked her head on one side and considered it carefully.
"I think it's 'cause I don't know any big words, like you and Mummy," she said, just in time to pull me out of my magazine again, "so I have to use lots and lots of little ones. — Theodore Sturgeon
Your Mummy Sayings By Derek Landy: I don't recall seeing your friend, either. What did you say he was? A zombie? I don't recall seeing your friend, either. What did you say he was? A zombie? A mummy?"
"A skeleton."
"A skeleton, yeah. Haven't seen one of those in ages. — Derek Landy
Your Mummy Sayings By Helene Hanff: There are many ways of doing it but Mummy and I think this is the There are many ways of doing it but Mummy and I think this is the simplest for you to try. Put a cup of flour, an egg, a half cup of milk and a good shake of salt into a large bowl and beat altogether until it is the consistency of thick cream. Put in the frig for several hours. (It's best if you make it in the morning.) When you put your roast in the oven, put in an extra pan to heat. Half an hour before your roast is done, pour a bit of the roast grease into the baking pan, just enough to cover the bottom will do. The pan must be very hot. Now pour the pudding in and the roast and pudding will be ready at the same time. — Helene Hanff
Your Mummy Sayings By J.K. Rowling: I've decided to call him Norbert,' said Hagrid, looking at the dragon with misty eyes. I've decided to call him Norbert,' said Hagrid, looking at the dragon with misty eyes. 'He really knows me now, watch. Norbert! Norbert! Where's Mummy?'
'He's lost his marbles,' Ron muttered in Harry's ear.
'Hagrid,' said Harry loudly, 'give it a fortnight and Norbert's going to be as big as your house. Malfoy could go to Dumbledore at any moment.
Hagrid bit his lip.
'I- I know I can't jus' dump him, I can't.'
Harry suddenly turned to Ron.
'Charlie,' he said.
'You're losing it too,' said Ron. 'I'm Ron, remember? — J.K. Rowling
Your Mummy Sayings By Keith Richards: In fact, I take the view that God, in his infinite wisdom, didn't bother to In fact, I take the view that God, in his infinite wisdom, didn't bother to spring for two joints - heaven and hell. They're the same place, but heaven is when you get everything you want and you meet Mummy and Daddy and your best friends and you all have a hug and a kiss and play your harps. Hell is the same place - no fire and brimstone - but they all pass by and don't see you. There's nothing, no recognition. You're waving, "It's me, your father," but you're invisible. You're on a cloud, you've got your harp, but you can't play with nobody because they don't see you. That's hell. — Keith Richards
Your Mummy Sayings By Luke Ford: With 'The Mummy' it was a fantasy action adventure. You get taken away for a With 'The Mummy' it was a fantasy action adventure. You get taken away for a few hours and come out and feel revamped and ready to go into the world and enjoy your next day at work. — Luke Ford
Your Mummy Sayings By Jordan L. Hawk: Oh honestly, Whyborne, don't put up such a fuss. I swear, you men have your Oh honestly, Whyborne, don't put up such a fuss. I swear, you men have your entire egos tied to the functioning of a few inches of flesh."
"More than a few," Griffin said with a smirk.
I buried my face in my hands and wished the mummy's curse were real and might strike me down immediately. — Jordan L. Hawk
Your Mummy Sayings By Khalia Hades: I have nothing against gay officers, but its time to get your shit straight an I have nothing against gay officers, but its time to get your shit straight an leave the drag at home. — Khalia Hades
Your Mummy Sayings By S.A. David: I don't know what happened to you. This Jesus thing is really interesting. It's all I don't know what happened to you. This Jesus thing is really interesting. It's all over the papers that you raised your mummy from the dead with a handkerchief, your most recent miracle- — S.A. David
Your Mummy Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: Mummy always told me, you should never let a man see your feelings or the Mummy always told me, you should never let a man see your feelings or the contents of your handbag. — Sophie Kinsella
Your Mummy Sayings By Joe Abercrombie: A few old shits and some fucking woman," he snarled. "We're backing down to the A few old shits and some fucking woman," he snarled. "We're backing down to the likes o' these without a fight?" "No, no." Hardbread slung his own scarred shield onto his back. "I'm backing down, and these fellows here. You're going to stay, and fight Whirrun of Bligh on your own." "I'm what?" Redcrow frowned at Whirrun, twitchy, and Whirrun looked back, what showed of his face still stony as the Heroes themselves. "That's right," said Hardbread, "since you're itching for a brawl. Then I'm going to cart your hacked-up corpse back to your mummy and tell her not to worry 'cause this is the way you wanted it. You loved this fucking hill so much you just had to die here. — Joe Abercrombie