Friday, March 13, 2009

A Quote a Day - Day #5


This weeks Weekly Geeks is about A Quote a Day for a whole week :)

You may want to come up with a theme, such as favorite passages from books, author quotes, political quotes, quotes about books or reading, humorous quotes, whatever. Or you may not want a theme at all; maybe you just want to gather up seven assorted quotes that appeal to you. You may want to start each of your posts of the week with a quote, or you may want to give quotes posts of their own in addition to your regular posts. It’s all up to you!

Signing Mr Linky this week means you’re committing to posting a quote each day for a full week, starting on the day you sign up. You can postdate your quote posts so they appear automatically if you can’t get to your blog each day.

My theme will be favorite quotes from books I've read from this year till now..

Day #5
Today's is hilarious!

Eric says to Sookie, "Sookie, you have to understand that for hundreds, thousands, of years we have considered ourselves better than humans, separate from humans.” He thought for a second. “Very much in the same relationship to humans as humans have to, say, cows. Edible like cows, but cute, too.”

Dead As A Doornail by Charlaine Harris

The comparison between humans and cows was just so hilarious for me, I keep thinking of this quote whenever Eric is speaking to sookie or humans or even about them.. it's just stuck with me that Eric = this quote :)
I know I quoted this is my review of the book but I just could not pass it by ;)

2 comments:

Dorte H said...

Good quotes cannot be quoted too often ;)

DeSeRt RoSe said...

LOL, that's what I thought :) thanx

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Books Read In 2007

  • PS, I Love You by Cecilia Ahern
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling
  • Where There is Evil by Sandra Brown
  • Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
  • New Moon by Stephenie Meyer
  • The Sins of the Fathers by Lawrence Block
  • Time to Murder and Create by Lawrence Block
  • Drop Dead Sexy by Elisa Adams

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