Top Rated 100 Rind Quotes

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I was certain t find the familiar sting of salt, but what I needed to know was what kind: kitchen, sweat, tears or the sea. By Monique Truong
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We live merely on the crust or rind of things. By James Anthony Froude
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At our production company, the trademark dish - and this sounds particularly revolting - is curried pickled herring. By Joshua Oppenheimer
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The reeds giveway to thewind and givethe wind away By A.r. Ammons
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The dentist drills some more and you hear him make a mistake. And to cover it up, they all say the same thing: "Okay, rinse." By Bill Cosby
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Water trotted is as good as oates. By George Herbert
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Kerry Gold Irish butter. By Florian Kammerer
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All the rare and royal namesWormy sheepskin yet retains By John Millington Synge
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Jigging veins of rhyming mother wits. By Christopher Marlowe
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Coin reached out very slowly, and picked it up. Rincewind By Terry Pratchett
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What early tongue so sweet saluteth me? By William Shakespeare
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Fish fiddle de-dee! By Edward Lear
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The slang for the rectum is "prison wallet". By Mary Roach
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What was the name of that dog on 'Rin Tin Tin'? By Mickey Rivers
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Deer Reeder: First may I say, sorry for any werds I spel rong>rongrong>. Because I am a fox! So don't rite or spel perfect. By George Saunders
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Neither fish, flesh nor good red herring. By Tom Brown Jr.
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Aggle flabble kabble . . . snurp? By Mo Willems
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An agony. The exit like the entrance - but reversed. A palindrome: gut-tug. By Lorrie Moore
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A fishing rod is a stick with a hook at one end and a fool at the other. By Samuel Johnson
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Cranberry cock-tail for me, you dirty carpet-muncher. By Jason Medina
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And here you come with a shield for a heartand a sword for a tongue By Carol Ann Duffy
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The limb that a person most needs to purify is his tongue. By Abu Nuaym
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Fish marreth the water, and flesh doth dress it By John Florio
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muted tones of puce--the color of tongue and bologna By Wendy Wunder
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Noseless and Handless, the Lannister Boys. By George R R Martin
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Mr. Rihani is a man of ardent poetic temperament, a clever poet, and a man of unworldly ideals. By Edwin Markham
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Min be the travaille, and thin be the glorie. By Geoffrey Chaucer
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Plain as a pike-staff. By Alain-Rene Lesage
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The worm in the radish doesn't think there is anything sweeter. By Sholem Aleichem
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The razorous shoulder blades sawing under the pale skin. By Cormac Mccarthy
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bloody nose. Fred, By J.k. Rowling
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ardor which is tapas; the name Indra By Roberto Calasso
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Here we supped ... , having amongst other dainties, a dish of truffles, an earth nut found by an hogg trained to it. By John Evelyn
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Silence, maiden; thy tongue outruns thy discretion. By Walter Scott
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A rut is a grave with the ends knocked out. By Laurence J. Peter
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The ree the ra the ree the ra the roo. Lord, I mustn't lilt here. By James Joyce
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Tender-handed stroke a nettle,And it stings you, for your pains;Grasp it like a man of mettle,And it soft as silk remains.Aaron Hill By Michael Tappenden
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The tongue is sharper than a sword. By Ali Ibn Abi Talib
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The pale water which goes away along paths of silence. By Georges Rodenbach
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A crier of green sauce. By Francois Rabelais
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Tongue; well that's a wery good thing when it an't a woman. By Charles Dickens
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sausages. Behind By Deanna Raybourn
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What is a harp but an oversized cheese slicer with cultural pretensions? By Denis Norden
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Surface my wife's most vicious By Pat Conroy
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Put cream and sugar on a fly and it tastes very much like a raspberry. By E.w. Howe
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A sly old fish, too cunning for the hook. By George Crabbe
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The trout in yonder wimpling burn - That glides, a silver dart, - And, safe beneath the shady thorn, - Defies the anglers art ... By Robert Burns
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Irish-sparkle-fish, By Anne Eliot
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"There are strings," said Mr. Tappertit, flourishing his bread-and-cheese knife in the air, "in the human heart that had better not be wibrated ... " By Charles Dickens
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The windy satisfaction of the tongue. By Homer
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What in the name of Voldy's pasty-white rear end was that? By G. Norman Lippert
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Tin-Tin in your rattle skinDumbed and worn down -Flushed pink-salmon suffering. By Abigail George
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Caught between the tongue and the taste. By Anne Carson
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What's got your jockstrap in a wad? (Abbie) By Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Damn it all! What rhymes with rhythm? By Ira Gershwin
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The dregs may stir themselves as they please; they fall back to the bottom by their own coarseness. By Joseph Joubert
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Wet catkins fur the twigs of a willow. By David Mitchell
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Clean and bleed. Bleed and clean. By Gillian Flynn
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That which will not be spun, let it not come betweene the spindle and the distaffe. By George Herbert
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The honied tongue hath its poison. By Publilius Syrus
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Richard clenched the strip in his fist. It's some kind of riddle. I hate riddles. By Terry Goodkind
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F***ing triffids. By Scott B. Pruden
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The Razor's Edge, By Anonymous
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The parsley sinking into the butter on a hot day, By Agatha Christie
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Relish the fresh landscape of my wound, break rushes and delicate rivulets, drink blood poured on honeyed thigh. By Federico Garcia Lorca
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Hee that hath a Fox for his mate, hath neede of a net at his girdle. By George Herbert
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Gilly Gilleshpee By Victoria Laurie
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[On Dutch flat poetry]: It is too smooth and blubbery; it reads like butter-milk gurgling from a jug. By Mark Twain
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Croquet is bastardized roque. By Stephen King
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The heart hath treble wrongWhen it is barr'd the aidance of the tongue. By William Shakespeare
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Or whipping its rough surface for a trout ... By Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Sweetest Echo, sweetest nymph, that liv'st unseen Within thy airy shell, By slow Meander's margent green, And in the violet-embroidered vale. By John Milton
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A plant similar to sorrel. The leaf can be chewed up and applied By Erin Hunter
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Bubble gum on a turd, Madison! You're a tutti-frutti enforcer. I am a warden. Trust me, I know what I'm doing. By Rebecca Chastain
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Fairies, arouse! Mix with your song Harplet and pipe, Thrilling and clear, Swarm on the boughs! Chant in a throng! Morning is ripe, Waiting to hear. By William Allingham
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What's bred in the bone will stick to the flesh. By Aesop
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What a beautiful and chaste-looking mouth! from floor to ceiling, lines, or rather papered with a glistening white membrane, glossy as bridal satins. By Herman Melville
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Nag coiled himself down, coil by coil, round the bulge at the bottom of the water jar, and Rikki-tikki stayed still as death. By Rudyard Kipling
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He's a trellis for varicose veins. By Wilson Mizner
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What tender force, what dignity divine, what virtue consecrating every feature; around that neck what dross are gold and pearl! By Edward Young
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scrotum. By David Levithan
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Spade! Thou art a tool of honor in my hands. I press thee, through a yielding soil, with pride. By William Wordsworth
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(Sung in honor of Rikki-tikki-tavi) By Rudyard Kipling
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God has given the salt lick to the deer; and He has given to man, red-skin and white, the delicious spring at which to slake his thirst. By James F. Cooper
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The precious ordinary. I By Kent Haruf
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A Waft of Cheese By David Walliams
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Blessed is that man who knows his own distaff and has found his own spindle. By J.g. Holland
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Nurse, it was I who discovered that leeches have red blood.[]On his deathbed when the nurse came to apply leeches By Georges Cuvier
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Shite and onions! By James Joyce
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Shall it not be scorn to me to harp on such a moulder'd string?I am shamed through all my nature to have lov'd so slight a thing. By Alfred Lord Tennyson
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Fingering spots where they had been torn or punctured by boarhound teeth. By Brandon Mull
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They had dined on horse meat, horse cheese, horse black pudding, horse d'oeuvres and a thin beer that Rincewind didn't want to speculate about. By Terry Pratchett
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The smylere with the knyf under the cloke. By Geoffrey Chaucer
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I have a gift for enraging people, but if I ever bore you it will be with a knife. By Louise Brooks
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It's called ergot. Smell By Jean M. Auel
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Mud, raised by hurricanes, wells up in the noblest and purest of hearts. By Honore De Balzac
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thy neck is an iron sinew, and thy brow brass; By Joseph Smith Jr.
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Drain and dry pickles. By Mike Cincyshopper
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Reptilian green the wrinkled throat,Green as a bough of yew the beard;He bent his head, and so I smote By Yvor Winters
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A leech that will not quit the skin until sated with blood. By Horace
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