Top Appetite Quotes
More often than not, expecting to lose weight without first losing the diet that made the weight loss necessary is like expecting a pig to be spotless after hosing it down while it was still rolling i...
THE FIRST PRINCIPLE OF GASTRONOMY There's a rule for proper dosesin the dinner-eaters lore:one should stop the filling processwhile one still has room for more. And if someone at the tablehad reminded...
(n.) The desire for some personal gratification, either of the body or of the mind.
(n.) Desire for, or relish of, food or drink; hunger.
(n.) Any strong desire; an eagerness or longing.
(n.) Tendency; appetency.
(n.) The thing desired.
Society is composed of two great classes those who have more dinners than appetite, and those who have more appetite than dinners.
When sex was something godlike, Lust was the profane curiosity that killed many a straying cat. Now, having removed mystery, Lust is less a long-standing, overpowering yearning, more a sudden craving...
Success and failure can both make you lose appetite and concentration, don't let it bother or over-excite you, just think them away as a mere thing that had just happened, and get along with your life...
Michael Bassey Johnson
We should set our goals; then learn to control our appetites. Otherwise, we will lose ourselves in the confusion of the world.
Hark Herald Sarmiento
Nothing mitigates the throes of depression like a steaming plate of spaghetti and meatballs with marinara sauce and grated parmasan cheese, with a good fresh bread to wipe up.
Sinful and forbidden pleasures are like poisoned bread they may satisfy appetite for the moment, but there is death in them at the end.
The awkwardness of getting reward in a well-off society is that the creation of appetite often requires undoing the work of satisfying appetite.
Bread is a second cause; the LORD Himself is the first source of our sustenance. He can work without the second cause as well as with it; and we must not tie Him down to one mode of operation. Let us...
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Evil is an act, not an appetite. How many haven't wanted to slash the throat of some boor across the dining room table? Present company excepted of course. Everyone has the appetite. If you give in to...