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Name the different kinds of people,' said Miss Lupescu. 'Now.'
Bod thought for a moment. 'The living,' he said. 'Er. The dead.' He stopped. Then, '... Cats?' he offered, uncertainly.
Squirrels are just rats with good publicity
Fine fellows - cannibals - in their place.
A wretched disheartening result. And a little mouse shall lead them.
Nobody near me here, but rats, and they are fine stealthy secret fellows.
When collapse is imminent, the little rodents flee.
I have a very bad relationship with mice.
Reader, you must know that an interesting fate (sometimes involving rats, sometimes not) awaits almost everyone, mouse or man, who does not conform.
Cats. Furry little sociopaths that we invite into our homes.
Monkey People? They
Who are the real monsters?
MOUSE, n. An animal which strews its path with fainting women.
These creatures you call mice, you see, they are not quite as they appear. They are merely the protrusion into our dimension of vastly hyperintelligent pandimensional beings.
a bunch of granola eaters who hate George Bush.
Families ... Could not live with them, could not turn them into toads.
People, chained by monotony, afraid to think, clinging to certainties ... they live like ants.
Bleeping faeries," I muttered darkly. Why couldn't they leave me alone?
Uber-vamp's eyes lit up. "Faeries? Do you know where I can find one?"
I rolled my eyes. "Trust me,if I could, I'd set you loose on the whole race.
Men who only live to eat.
being disappeared who was protected by none, dear to none, interesting to none, and who never even attracted to himself the attention of those students of human nature who omit no opportunity of thrusting a pin through a common fly, and examining it under the microscope.
I don't like to go into subways, because I always see them [ mice]. They are like my naguales [kindred animal spirits]. They follow me. I have literally stepped off of a plane in Phoenix and gotten my bag and stepped out on the curb and they'll be a big desert rat walking right in front of me.
The Chollerick drinkes, the Melancholick eats, the Flegmatick sleepes.
Miserable mortals who like leaves at one moment flame with life eating the produce of the land and at another moment weakly perish.
Sandworms ... you know I hate 'em!
Humans. Rats have bigger hearts. Roaches have kinder souls. Flies have-
Ants and savages put strangers to death.
Animals, I think. We're animals.
Snakes and bastards!
"People," Marsh said. "People who were just trying to do the best with what life gave them."
"Well, I'm just doing the same thing," Kelsier said. "And, fortunately, life gave me the ability to push men like them off the tops of buildings.
Everybody who was anybody seemed to be going to a meeting, the glowworm, who was a solipsist, the lemur who was not.
Those damn Moomins. I don't want to hear about them any more. I could vomit on the Moomintrolls.
You and everyone else on the planet," I said. "Nobody actually knows, and they won't tell us, so everybody sits around guessing and theorizing, and it's all kind of pointless. Maybe they're spacefaring micemen from Planet Cheese and they've come for our provolone.
Humans. Sometimes they make chimps look smart.
People eat nuts squirrels are nuts
Nordlings. The men before men, creatures of great power and incredible cruelty.
Buzzards got to eat, same as the worms.
Homo sapiens, which as far as I can tell is only another way of saying weaponised chimpanzees who are hellbent on tearing their cage apart without realising it's not a cage, it's their fucking life support they're shredding.
Daimons, vampires, ghouls, whatever you want to call them. They suck your blood and your soul and leave you with nothing. Kind of like lawyers. (Selena)
. . . they lurk passively, like vampire sheep
Mountain bats, those massive serpentine creatures of myth. Those ancient scavengers of the battlefield.
Load of ole mollygrubbers
A people without the knowledge of ...
The common herd of "burghers", those cattle, complete with horns, who turn millstones with their bare hands.
Who do they become when night descends, a cool puff of smoke, and vampires come out to party?
The Marmots of Impure Thinking were being banished by the Bicycle Wheel of Truth
Buzzards got to eat; same as worms.
Maker - their word for worm,
Memories began swarming in, vivid and impatient, like a litter of little mice.
Puffballs of vanity when they're not being absurdly violent; wretchedly unhappy in their mental prisons and too stubborn to open the door and escape.
Poor little lambs,' says one, eyeing us constantly, as if there is something wrong with us; as if we have a condition that can't be named." Pastel Orphans
The behavior of the pigeon
is beyond reproach,
but the mountain cuckoo?
A dull, decent people, cherishing and fortifying their dullness behind a quarter of a million bayonets.
Stuffed creatures, come to life and attack werewolves.
When the cats away, the mice will play.
Men, I say, but better to call them human spiders that go crawling in between and under the tables with rags in their hands, ..from the reader's choice about MK Gandhi and his works for the regeneration of human kind.
the fluffy golden squirrels turn out to be carnivorous and attack in packs, and the butterfly stings bring agony if not death. But
Flies? Flies? Poor puny things. Who wants to eat flies?
The saviors of the world, society's last hope.
The Freaks are coming.
Fucking zombies. They're almost as bad as tarantulas.
Our ancestors used to play with snakes, we play with mouse.
Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse, wouldn't quit. He struggled so hard that eventually he churned that cream into butter and crawled out. Gentlemen, as of this moment, I am that second mouse.
Carnivorous unicorns, I thought.
These are the nameless larvae of the Other Gods, and like them are blind and without mind, and possessed of singular hungers and thirsts.
Oh, I know. They're dwarfs pretending to be elves.
No, they're not dwarfs either.
Okay, okay, they're "little people," I'm sorry! Can't believe I have to be politically correct when you're the only one who can hear me.
Mobs are soulless things that feed on fear and momentum and prejudice.
Henry studied Merri Lee, then Meg. "Humans don't like mice?" "Not in the building!" Meg said. "And not around food," Merri Lee added. The three terra indigene looked baffled. "But it's fresh meat," the brown-haired woman finally said.
Two tiny corpses, one male and the other female, rattle around that enormous closet in my bedroom. Though deceased, still they are quick enough to hide themselves whenever I need to enter the closet to retrieve something.
My first time in Madagascar was awesome because lemurs are kind of funny; they throw fruit at the back of your head when you're not looking and then point at one another when you turn around.
Don't worry, eat some mice while I chill the fuck out.
Lepers were a common sight all over India and in every part of Calcutta, but extending help beyond dropping a coin or two into their rag-wrapped stumps was not. As a child I was convinced even touching a spot a leper had rubbed against would lead to infection.
Hello carnivore,' said the mouse priest. He turned and bowed to Uncle Mike and Dominic. 'Hail to the High Priest of Goddammit Eat Something Already, and to the God of Hard Choices in Dark Places.' Ryan blinked. 'What?' 'It's a mouse thing, just roll with it, you'll be happier that way,' I advised.
Silenus or Nymphs and
There are men from whom nature or some peculiar destiny has removed the cover beneath which we hide our own madness. They are likethin-skinned insects whose visible play of muscles seem to make them deformed, though in fact, everything soon turns to its normal shape again.
Or wolves." "Dogs, wolves,
What is this frog and mouse battle among the mathematicians?
The Jews, a headstrong, moody, murmuring race.
I hold a mouses wit not worth a leke, That hath but on hole for to sterten to.
The townspeople are morons, yokels, peasants and genus homo boobiensis ... surrounded by gaping primates from the upland vallies.
Opening the fridge door, I found a rat eating the cheese. My dealings with rodents, particularly those tagged verminous, have been few, but generally the pattern has been one of man, the boss, the caretaker of creation, the namer, appearing and the lower orders hitting the road.
Toads, beetles, bats.
A mouse is small and can go unnoticed: but there is no limit to what a brave heart and a fearless spirit can achieve.
Blasted spam pigeons!
Are you a man or a mouse?
GIANTS RATS- I Slap all my enemies in the face! And shatter the teeth of the wicked, in the name of Jesus, flee toothless into the bush!
My room is so small, the mice are hunchbacked.
When mice run, cats give chase.
Elves, pixies, gnomes- the Moomins, Chorlton and the Wheelies, SpongeBob SquarePants- they all tried to invade you at some point.
Squirrels, otters, hedgehogs, mice,
Moles with fur like sable,
Gathered in good spirits all,
Round the festive table.
Sit we down to eat and drink.
Friends, before we do, let's think,
Fruit of forest, field and banks,
To the seasons we give thanks.
Cockroaches and socialites are the only things that can stay up all night and eat anything.
Ease up, nasty little frigid pixies
The monkeys seized all the cocoanuts within their reach and sent them down upon us
I saw my enemies in Munich, and they are worms.
Laistry ... I can't even say that. What would you call them in English?"
Every community is a gull gliding over a sea of spite, eager for carrion, all too ready to steal, and all too quick to squawk when stolen from.
A little roving, solitary thing.
Ants are a curious race
That the clematis are climbing the wall
Like foxes to a dustbin,