Quotations About / On: SHOPPING

Quotations About / On: SHOPPING
Gloria Steinem
It was the first female-style revolution: no violence and we all went shopping.
Letty Cottin Pogrebin
Children's liberation is the next item on our civil rights shopping list.
Edward Kofi Louis
I made the money today and, i went out for shopping.
Edward Kofi Louis
I went out for shopping because, i made the money today.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
But it is a cold, lifeless business when you go to the shops to buy something, which does not represent your life and talent, but a goldsmith's.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
A farm is a good thing, when it begins and ends with itself, and does not need a salary, or a shop, to eke it out.
John Jay Chapman
A magazine or a newspaper is a shop. Each is an experiment and represents a new focus, a new ratio between commerce and intellect.
Robert Pirosh
The last job I had, I had to take it out in trade and this is no butcher shop—not yet, anyhow!
Michel de Montaigne
We must reserve a back shop all our own, entirely free, in which to establish our real liberty and our principal retreat and solitude.
Sinclair Lewis
Damn the great executives, the men of measured merriment, damn the men with careful smiles, damn the men that run the shops, oh, damn their measured merriment.
Charles Dickens
The very dogs were all asleep, and the flies, drunk with moist sugar in the grocer's shop, forgot their wings and briskness, and baked to death in dusty corners of the window.
Robert Benchley
In a house where there are small children the bathroom soon takes on the appearance of the Old Curiosity Shop.
Miki Gorman
I can't remember what I was doing before running. I guess shopping, sewing, watching TV—gaining nothing.
Marilyn Monroe
...I've found out it's fun to go shopping. It's such a feminine thing to do.
Walterrean Salley
NIGHT fosters sleep, when the body closes up shop and 'lies down to rest; ' night is the time to rest.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
You send your child to the schoolmaster, but 'tis the schoolboys who educate him. You send him to the Latin class, but much of his tuition comes, on his way to school, from the shop- windows.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Give me the eye to see a navy in an acorn. What is there of the divine in a load of bricks? What of the divine in a barber's shop or a privy? Much, all.
Oscar Wilde
The mind of the thoroughly well-informed man is a dreadful thing. It is like a bric-à-brac shop, all monsters and dust, with everything priced above its proper value.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
We fetch fire and water, run about all day among the shops and markets, and get our clothes and shoes made and mended, and are the victims of these details, and once in a fortnight we arrive perhaps at a rational moment.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Some men love only to talk where they are masters. They like to go to school-girls, or to boys, or into the shops where the sauntering people gladly lend an ear.

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