Quotes for girls

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Boys are always interested in girls and also girls are, and this is how a relation is build. To understand a girl there are something very important to understand first. Girls are different from boys and they have different mind. To make better relationship with them we need to understand each other.

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“If a girl looks swell when she meets you, who gives a damn if she’s late?”

― J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye

 

“Well, wouldn’t it have been easier if she’d just asked me whether I liked her better than you?”

“Girls don’t often ask questions like that,” said Hermione.

“Well, they should!” said Harry forcefully.”

― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

 

“Fat’ is usually the first insult a girl throws at another girl when she wants to hurt her.

 

I mean, is ‘fat’ really the worst thing a human being can be? Is ‘fat’ worse than ‘vindictive’, ‘jealous’, ‘shallow’, ‘vain’, ‘boring’ or ‘cruel’? Not to me; but then, you might retort, what do I know about the pressure to be skinny? I’m not in the business of being judged on my looks, what with being a writer and earning my living by using my brain…

 

I went to the British Book Awards that evening. After the award ceremony I bumped into a woman I hadn’t seen for nearly three years. The first thing she said to me? ‘You’ve lost a lot of weight since the last time I saw you!’

 

‘Well,’ I said, slightly nonplussed, ‘the last time you saw me I’d just had a baby.’

 

What I felt like saying was, ‘I’ve produced my third child and my sixth novel since I last saw you. Aren’t either of those things more important, more interesting, than my size?’ But no – my waist looked smaller! Forget the kid and the book: finally, something to celebrate!

 

I’ve got two daughters who will have to make their way in this skinny-obsessed world, and it worries me, because I don’t want them to be empty-headed, self-obsessed, emaciated clones; I’d rather they were independent, interesting, idealistic, kind, opinionated, original, funny – a thousand things, before ‘thin’. And frankly, I’d rather they didn’t give a gust of stinking chihuahua flatulence whether the woman standing next to them has fleshier knees than they do. Let my girls be Hermiones, rather than Pansy Parkinsons.”

― J.K. Rowling

 

“We felt the imprisonment of being a girl, the way it made your mind active and dreamy, and how you ended up knowing which colors went together. We knew that the girls were our twins, that we all existed in space like animals with identical skins, and that they knew everything about us though we couldn’t fathom them at all. We knew, finally, that the girls were really women in disguise, that they understood love and even death, and that our job was merely to create the noise that seemed to fascinate them.”

― Jeffrey Eugenides, The Virgin Suicides

 

“Girls will get together just to get together. Guys need an activity as an excuse. Otherwise it’s too homo for them to handle.”

― Megan McCafferty, Sloppy Firsts

 

“I don’t know,” I said. “What else did you do for your first eighteen years?”

“Like I said,” he said as I unlocked the car, “I’m not so sure that you should go by my example.”

“Why not?”

“Because I have my regrets,” he said. “Also, I’m a guy. And guys do different stuff.”

“Like ride bikes?” I said.

“No,” he replied. “Like have food fights. And break stuff. And set off firecrackers on people’s front porches. And…”

“Girls can’t set off firecrackers on people’s front porches?”

“They can,” he said… “But they’re smart enough not to. That’s the difference.”

― Sarah Dessen, Along for the Ride

 

“In my experience, boys are predictable. As soon as they think of something, they do it. Girls are smarter—they plan ahead. They think about not getting caught.”

― Eoin Colfer, Half-Moon Investigations

 

“Yes, boys are a little like shoes. Why? Well…They can be useful. But mainly…They are nice to look at. Getting the right one can be a lovely accessory to an outfit. There are times when you couldn’t do without them. And there are times when you’d rather do without them. Get the wrong ones and they can hurt. There are many types and often the ones that look the nicest are completely unpractical.”

― Rachel Hill, A Girls Guide to Guys: Meeting Them, Managing Them and All That Love Stuff

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 “Girls do not dress for boys. They dress for themselves and, of course, each other. If girls dressed for boys they’d just walk around naked at all times.”

― Betsey Johnson

 

“Cut the ending. Revise the script. The man of her dreams is a girl.”

― Julie Anne Peters, Keeping You a Secret

 

“Girls get screwed.

Not that kind of screwed, what I mean is, they’re always on the short end of things.

 

The way things work, how

guys feel great, but make girls feel

cheap for doing

exactly what

they beg for.

 

The way they get to play you,

all the while claiming they

love you and making you

believe it’s

true.

 

The way it’s okay to gift their heart one day, a backhand the next,

to move on to the apricot

when the peach blushes and bruises.

 

These things make me believe God’s a man after all.”

― Ellen Hopkins, Crank

 

 “She had become accustomed to being lonely. She was used to walking alone and to being considered ‘different.’ She did not suffer too much.”

― Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

 

“Boys will be boys, that’s what people say. No one ever mentions how girls have to be something other than themselves altogether. We are to stifle the same feelings that boys are encouraged to display. We are to use gossip as a means of policing ourselves — this way those who do succumb to sex but are not damaged by it are damaged instead by peer malice. Girls demand a covenant because if one gives in, others will be expected to do the same. We are to remain united in cruelty, ignorance, and aversion. Or we are to starve the flesh from our bones, penalizing the body for its nature, castigating ourselves for advances we are powerless to prevent. We are to make false promises then resist the attentions solicited. Basically we are to become expert liars. (p. 65)”

― Hilary Thayer Hamann, Anthropology of an American Girl

 

“ That’s the pathetic thing about high school. Everyone tries so hard to be something they aren’t. It’s gotten so I don’t know who I am, so how can I even try to be who I am, much less who I’m not?

My problem is that I don’t even fit in with the misfits.

I don’t fit anywhere.”

― Katie Alender, Bad Girls Don’t Die

 

“A girl in a bikini is like having a loaded gun on your coffee table- There’s nothing wrong with them, but it’s hard to stop thinking about.”

― Garrison Keillor

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“You’re more trouble than you’re worth.”

“I’m a girl. That’s my job.”

― Tamora Pierce, Street Magic

 

“But where do you live mostly now?”

With the lost boys.”

Who are they?”

They are the children who fall out of their perambulators when the nurse is looking the other way. If they are not claimed in seven days they are sent far away to the Neverland to defray expanses. I’m captain.”

What fun it must be!”

Yes,” said cunning Peter, “but we are rather lonely. You see we have no female companionship.”

Are none of the others girls?”

Oh no; girls, you know, are much too clever to fall out of their prams.”

― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

 

“To look almost pretty is an acquisition of higher delight to a girl who has been looking plain the first fifteen years of her life than a beauty from her cradle can ever receive.”

― Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey

 

“She seemed glad to see me when I appeared in the kitchen, and by watching her I began to think there was some skill involved in being a girl.”

― Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird

 

“What girls do to each other is beyond description. No Chinese torture comes close.”

― Tori Amos, Tori Amos: Piece by Piece

“It’s not very easy to grow up into a woman. We are always taught, almost bombarded, with ideals of what we should be at every age in our lives: “This is what you should wear at age twenty”, “That is what you must act like at age twenty-five”, “This is what you should be doing when you are seventeen.” But amidst all the many voices that bark all these orders and set all of these ideals for girls today, there lacks the voice of assurance. There is no comfort and assurance. I want to be able to say, that there are four things admirable for a woman to be, at any age! Whether you are four or forty-four or nineteen! It’s always wonderful to be elegant, it’s always fashionable to have grace, it’s always glamorous to be brave, and it’s always important to own a delectable perfume! Yes, wearing a beautiful fragrance is in style at any age!”

― C. JoyBell C.

 

“Me plus you. (Imma tell you one time) Me plus you. (Imma tell you one time)

Me plus you. (Imma tell you one time)

One time.

When I met ya girl my heart when knock (knock knock)

Now them butterflies in my stomach won’t stop (stop stop)

Even love is a struggle and it’s all we got.

So we gun keep keep climbing to the mountain top.

‘Cause your world, is my world, and my breath is your breath, and my heart is yours…”

― Justin Bieber

 

“I think if you don’t really like a girl, you shouldn’t horse around with her at all, and if you do like her, then you’re supposed to like her face, and if you like her face, you ought to be careful about doing crumby stuff to it, like squirting water all over it. It’s really too bad that so much crumby stuff is a lot of fun sometimes.”

― J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye

 

“Sometimes I just want to go in a room and break things and scream. Like, it’s so much pressure all the time and if you get upset or angry, people say, ‘Are you on the rag of something?’ And it’s like I want to say, ‘No. I’m just pissed off right now. Can’t I just be pissed off? How come that’s not okay for me?’ Like my dad will say, ‘I can’t talk to you when you’re hysterical.’ And I’m totally not being hysterical! I’m just mad. And he’s the one losing it. But then I feel embarrassed anyway. So I slap on that smile and pretend everything’s okay even though it’s not.”

― Libba Bray, Beauty Queens

 

“That’s what they should teach us here. How girls’ brains work…It would be more useful than divination, anyway…”

― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

 

“Because’, she said, ‘your problems are not real problems. You’re dating two beautiful girls at once. Think about it. That’s like…having rock-star problems.’

‘Having rock-star problems may be the closest I ever get to being an actual rock star.”

― Cassandra Clare, City of Fallen Angels

 

“I can’t forget things, or ignore them-bad things that happen,” I said. “I’m a lay-it-all-out person, a dwell-on-it person, an obsess-about-it person. If I hold things in and try to forget or pretend, I become a madman and have panic attacks. I have to talk.”

― E. Lockhart, Real Live Boyfriends: Yes. Boyfriends, Plural. If My Life Weren’t Complicated, I Wouldn’t Be Ruby Oliver

 

“My friends say I’m a fool to think that you’re the one for me, I guess I’m just a sucker for love. (love love) ‘Cause honsetly the truth is that you know I’m never leaving, ’cause your my angel sent from above. (bove bove) Me and you can do no wrong. My money is yours give you a lil more ’cause I love ya, love ya. With me girl is where you belong…

 

-Love Me”

― Justin Bieber

 

“But what Mom never told me is that along the way, you find sisters, and they find you. Girls are cool that way.”

― Adriana Trigiani, Viola in Reel Life

 

“You’re a poem?’ I repeated.

 

She chewed her lower lip. ‘If you want. I am a poem, or I am a pattern, or a race of people whose whose world was swallowed by the sea.’

 

‘Isn’t it hard to be three things at the same time?’

 

‘What’s your name?’

 

‘Enn.’

 

‘So you are Enn,’ she said. ‘And you are a male. And you are a biped. Is it hard to be three things at the same time?”

― Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

 

“All a woman actually wants is to feel special.”

― Matt Dunn, The Ex-Boyfriend’s Handbook

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“I’ve got two daughters who will have to make their way in this skinny-obsessed world, and it worries me, because I don’t want them to be empty-headed, self-obsessed, emaciated clones; I’d rather they were independent, interesting, idealistic, kind, opinionated, original, funny – a thousand things, before ‘thin’. And frankly, I’d rather they didn’t give a gust of stinking chihuahua flatulence whether the woman standing next to them has fleshier knees than they do. Let my girls be Hermiones, rather than Pansy Parkinsons. Let them never be Stupid Girls.”

― J.K. Rowling

 

“Southern girls are God’s gift to the entire male population. There is absolutely no woman finer than one raised below the mason-dixon line and once you go southern may the good Lord help you – you never go back”

― Kenny Chesney

 

“I’m a wild girl from a cursed line of women. I paw at the ground and run under the moon. I like the feel of my own body. I’m not a slut or a nympho or someone who’s just asking for it. And if I talk too loud it’s just that I’m trying to be heard.”

― Libba Bray, Beauty Queens

 

“Oh, you mysterious girls, when you are fifty-two we shall find you out; you must come into the open then. If the mouth has fallen sourly yours the blame: all the meanness your youth concealed have been gathering in your face. But the pretty thoughts and sweet ways and dear, forgotten kindnesses linger there also, to bloom in your twilight like evening primroses.”

― J.M. Barrie

 

“Don’t be the girl who fell. Be the girl who got back up.”

― Jenette Stanley

 

“I’m not trouble at all. I’m just a guy trying to get a girl to give him the time of day. I’m like every song on the radio.”

― Hailey Abbott, Boy Crazy

 

“Ah! What pleasure it must be to a woman to suffer for the one she loves!”

― Honoré de Balzac, Père Goriot

 

“One of the biggest mistakes girls can make concerning their romantic life is sitting around waiting for their prince to find them, rather than getting out there and finding him themselves.”

― Meg Cabot

 

“Sleeping with another girl does not always mean you are a lesbian, sometimes it just means the central heating needs fixing”

― Amy Mah, Fangs Rule: A Girls Guide to Being a Vampire

 

“In the realm of love and sex, it’s girls who are in the position of working hard to adapt themselves to the needs and fantasies of the mercurial males whose approval and attention they seek.”

― Meenakshi Gigi Durham, The Lolita Effect

 

“I’ve had so many bikini waxes, I cry every time I see a Popsicle stick.”

― Libba Bray, Beauty Queens

 

“Even so, there were times I saw freshness and beauty. I could smell the air, and I really loved rock ‘n’ roll. Tears were warm, and girls were beautiful, like dreams. I liked movie theaters, the darkness and intimacy, and I liked the deep, sad summer nights.”

― Haruki Murakami, Dance Dance Dance

 

“She sighed. Loudly. “Physical appearance is not what is important.”

Yeah right. Tell that to any girl who hasn’t bothered to put on a presentable shirt or fix her hair because she’s only running into the grocery store to get a quart of milk for her grandmother, and who does she see tending the 7-ITEMS-OR-LESS cash register but the guy of her dreams, except she can’t even say hi- much less try to develop a meaningful relationship- since she looks like the poster child for the terminally geeky.”

― Vivian Vande Velde, Heir Apparent

 

“It was frankly sort of confusing, the way everyone stared at our bodies exactly as they tried to erase the ideas of our bodies from our minds. We were supposed to get over ourselves but no one was supposed to get over us. The female body was our worst handicap and our best advantage — the surest means to success, the surest course to failure. (p. 72)”

― Hilary Thayer Hamann, Anthropology of an American Girl

 

“The handwriting was a girl’s. I mean, you can tell. That enchanted cursive.”

― Rachel Cohn, Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares

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