Quotations About / On: CANDY

Quotations About / On: CANDY
Darwin Henry Beuning
President Obama - I dub thee, 'Candy Man', because we the children love the candy given from your hand
Virginia Woolf
Really I don't like human nature unless all candied over with art.
McKenzie Akambo
life is a candy, taste it
Nathan Coppedge
'Understanding of social hierarchies: +1,000,000 if you eat buddha-ear candy.'
Orson Welles
You should lay off those candy bars.... You're a mess, honey.
Muzahidul Reza
Candy, lollipop, ice-cream are so interesting in so early school life. As if, school means eating those.
William Shakespeare
Why, what a candy deal of courtesy This fawning greyhound then did proffer me!
Phyllis Strong
No imported candy or flowers grown in the richest soil fertilized with manure from a gold cow could ever compare to a sincere apology. -Phyllis Strong
Nathan Coppedge
'Actually, America currently lives in a Golden Age by historical standards. People can buy candy bars for less than people used to pay for pieces of rags. The trouble, if there is one, is the habits and baggage of prior history, the particular dilemmas such as natural disasters that strike at various times periodically, and the inability to know our own strategy in the context of prior strategies, and the ones that follow. By this point however, as arrogant and blind as Americans supposedly are, there should be reason enough to know something about how to continue history. Consider that this is the form of how not to despair. Maybe the dark side is that I'm underpaid. Maybe that brightens your day, whether you are thinking that poor people have no potential, or that money is not well spent—it turns out, neither of those theories is true.'
Kewayne Wadley
Everyday with you is like having my favorite piece of candy. There is no amount of stress when you're around. There isn't a flavor of you I don't like. How can I not smile, shoveling a handful of you in my mouth
Warren Falcon
I, Twitter, stutteringly remember in cyber chases, late night, sitting at computer scrabbling after old grievances such are lovers, cheaters, jilts, and those rare 'got-lucky' graces, unexpected shudders and shoulders where I broke open, finally laid, laid waste for future flatterers and failures of heart. Sniffing my fingers for remnant tents, I recall, sickened, the candy at every fair, hand fulls gorged, glutted, belly sore and wanting more, drowned in the push-shove of fevered bodies intent on the fast rides where one loses stomach for the ordinary. Dizzy, I grab my ankles, confess instead, I've puked my guts from excess, spun sugar and cartwheels, mechanical distractions ghosting up Stillborn nights holding their breath well past bedtime. At a window counting railroad cars a boy thief is stealing circus hours.

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