Quotations About / On: SUNDAY

Quotations About / On: SUNDAY
Thomas De Quincey
It was a Sunday afternoon, wet and cheerless; and a duller spectacle this earth of ours has not to show than a rainy Sunday in London.
Joseph Addison
Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week.
Georg Büchner
The life of the wealthy is one long Sunday.
Joseph Roux
Poetry is truth in its Sunday clothes.
Robert Plese
It's 10 am Sunday and the Preacher's bench isn't even being monopolized by any self-righteous pricks.
James B. Earley
The most 'UNGODLY' moment in America, perhaps, 'tis Sunday mornings.
Henry David Thoreau
The Indian said a particularly long prayer this Sunday evening, as if to atone for working in the morning.
Johan Huizinga
Do you know anything that in all its innocence is more humiliating than the funny pages of a Sunday newspaper in America?
H.L. (Henry Lewis) Mencken
Sunday—A day given over by Americans to wishing that they themselves were dead and in Heaven, and that their neighbors were dead and in Hell.
Cyril Connolly
The boredom of Sunday afternoon, which drove de Quincey to drink laudanum, also gave birth to surrealism: hours propitious for making bombs.
George Farquhar
'Tis a strange thing, Sam, that among us people can't agree the whole week, because they go different ways upon Sundays.
Albert Camus
I thought to myself that it was still another Sunday gone by, that Mother was now buried, that I was going to return to work and that, after all, nothing had changed.
Richard M Nixon
People react to fear, not love—they don't teach that in Sunday School, but it's true.
Yehoshua Shim'onai
Sunday is not the Christian Sabbath; it is simply the day for believers to celebrate the Risen and Ever-living Messiah.
Every day is not Sunday nor everyday a Monday, so why expect all days to be alike?
Robert Benchley
What is to be done with people who can't read a Sunday paper without messing it all up?... Show me a Sunday paper which has been left in a condition fit only for kite flying, and I will show you an antisocial and dangerous character who has left it that way.
Robert Benchley
Sunday morning may be cheery enough, with its extra cup of coffee and litter of Sunday newspapers, but there is always hanging over it the ominous threat of 3 P.M., when the sun gets around to the back windows and life stops dead in its tracks.
Russell Hoban
Sometimes there's nothing but Sundays for weeks on end. Why can't they move Sunday to the middle of the week so you could put it in the OUT tray on your desk?
Etienne Charilaou
Here's an idea: abstain from the internet on Sundays or alternate Sundays. Square eyes may lead to a square brain. That's quite squary!
John Osborne
Why do I do this every Sunday? Even the book reviews seem to be the same as last week's. Different books—same reviews.

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