Mary Robison quotes

  • You know, up until later on today, I never really knew how to drink.
    -- Mary Robison

    #Today #Drink

  • Something else that makes me angry is that I got too old to prostitute myself. I wasn't going to anyway but it was there, it was my Z plan.
    -- Mary Robison

    #Plans #Make Me Angry #Angry

  • What it takes to survive out here is order, I realize and say to myself, ‘Divide the day into equal periods. See this travel alarm? You get up, don your uniform, move according to the bell.’
    -- Mary Robison

    #Moving #Order #Bells

  • I grew up in a family of ten. You had to have, like, a burst appendix to get the floor.... My brothers and sisters are very quick, intense, brilliant, very sarcastic people. And they were always right there with you, right there, missing not one little throat clearing.
    -- Mary Robison

    #Sarcastic #Brother #People

  • Clark Gable seemed fascinating all his life because there wasn't so much information about him. Today, you're on television all the time.

  • Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow.

  • Today, India consumes about 682 watts per capita, far lesser than developed nations. As India develops, it will definitely require a lot more energy.

  • Many husbands today pitch in to help with household chores - it's called partnership.

  • If you get to a point where something happens today to stress you out, take a breath & center your thoughts on peace. Ignored thoughts die.

  • Nothing was more up-to-date when it was built, or is more obsolete today, than the railroad station.

  • It's the same thing that drives people to want to experience sexual pleasure or have one too many drinks. We all want to experience the other, and to get out of our daily existence.

  • There was a thing called Heaven; but all the same they used to drink enormous quantities of alcohol.

  • I don't usually drink caffeine so that when I need it, it actually does something.

  • Women, you overheated dipsomaniacs, never passing up a chance to wangle a drink, a great boon to bartenders but a bane to us--not to mention our crockery and our woolens!