Quotation Explorer - 'Tastes'

The same tongue that tastes a cube of sugar when it is placed in a small cup of water and appreciates it is the same tongue that tells the same cube of sugar how tasteless it is when it is placed in a large volume of water. - Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
It is essential to happiness that our way of living should spring from our own deep impulses and not from the accidental tastes and desires of those who happen to be our neighbors, or even our relations. - Bertrand Russell
If you had the seeds of pestilence in your body you would not have a more active contagion that you have in your tempers, tastes, and principles. Simply to be in this world, whatever you are, is to exert an influence, compared with which mere language and persuasion are feeble.
Language is not an abstract construction of the learned, or of dictionary makers, but is something arising out of the work, needs, ties, joys, affections, tastes, of long generations of humanity, and has its bases broad and low, close to the ground.
Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels. - Kate Moss
My tastes are simple: I am easily satisfied with the best. - Winston S. Churchill
I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. - Oscar Wilde
Reality tastes like ashes - Azereth Skivel
A relationship is like a bubble the more you chew the lesser its tastes. - Taimoor Madni
He who has an opinion of his own, but depends on the opinion and tastes of others is a slave.
INCOMPATIBILITY, n. In matrimony a similarity of tastes, particularly the taste for domination. Incompatibility may, however, consist of a meek-eyed matron living just around the corner. It has even been known to wear a moustache. - Ambrose Bierce
I have the simplest of tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. - Oscar Wilde
The bitterest fruit tastes sweet when you share it with someone you love. - Matshona Dhliwayo
The mouth tastes food, the heart tastes words. - Hmong Proverb
If you've never eaten while crying you don t know what life tastes like. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
My self-confidence can be measured out in teaspoons mixed into my poetry, and it still always tastes funny in my mouth. - Sarah Kay
My heart's scripture tastes foreign in the mouths of cowards and on the tongues of those who have never breathed inthe moon and breathed out the world. - D. Antoinette Foy
Honey from the devil's fingers tastes bitter. - Matshona Dhliwayo
The problem is not in the sugar when it tastes bitter, the problem is with the tongue. - Munia Khan
Through posts and sharing, by exhibiting one’s loves and tastes, personal stories, photos, and more, each curates a public image of oneself on the web, to which one then continually strives to conform. Personal identity becomes one’s reflection in the others’ eyes. - Nicos Hadjicostis
I did this so well’- one says this and tastes the sweetness of subtle pride of doership. One enjoys the sweetness of this subtle pride. There is pain [suffering] with projection of doer-ship. God is eternal bliss and that indeed is the nature of the Self! - Dada Bhagwan
A mind that tastes the grief obtains a good chance to travel to the Land of Wisdom! - Mehmet Murat ildan
Ordinary folk prefer familiar tastes - they'd sooner eat the same things all the time - but a gourmet would sample a fried park bench just to know how it tastes. - Walter Moers
I like a cook who smiles out loud when he tastes his own work.Let God worry about your modesty; I want to see your enthusiasm. - Robert Farrar Capon
We've taken the lifeblood out of Christianity and put Kool-Aid in its place so that it tastes better to the crowds, and the consequences are catastrophic. ~Follow Me, pg. 7 - David Platt
If you put butter and salt on it, it tastes like salty butter. - Terry Pratchett
mr youse needn't be so spryconcernin questions artyeach has his tastes but as for ii likes a certain partygimme the he-man's solid blissfor youse ideas i'll match yousea pretty girl who naked isis worth a million statues - E.E. Cummings
All tastes are expressions of belief. - Zadie Smith
A writer need not devour a whole sheep in order to know what mutton tastes like, but he must at least eat a chop. Unless he gets his facts right, his imagination will lead him into all kinds of nonsense, and the facts he is most likely to get right are the facts of his own experience. - W. Somerset Maugham
CANNIBAL, n. A gastronome of the old school who preserves the simple tastes and adheres to the natural diet of the pre-pork period. - Ambrose Bierce
Do not do unto others as you would they should do unto you. Their tastes may not be the same. - George Bernard Shaw
The tendencies of democracies are, in all things, to mediocrity, since the tastes, knowledge and principles of the majority form the tribunal of the appeal. - James Fenimore Cooper
Peace without truth is nothing but an illusion a deceptive misguidance which generates opportunities and problems to chew the sweet and bitter tastes of evil respectively. - Nilantha Ilangamuwa
The spread of secondary and latterly of tertiary education has created a large population of people, often with well-developed literary and scholarly tastes, who have been educated far beyond their capacity to undertake analytical thought. - Peter Medawar
I'm a man of simple tastes. I'm always satisfied with the best. - Oscar Wilde
One is happy as a result of one's own efforts once one knows the necessary ingredients of happiness: simple tastes, a certain degree of courage, self denial to a point, love of work, and above all, a clear conscience. - George Sand
Note from Alien cookbook: The more intelligent the human is, the better it tastes. - Clifford Cohen
It is as common for tastes to change as it is uncommon for traits of character. - Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Love is like a piece of chocalate. It's looks and tastes good, but it's dark. What really matters is the inside. - Touaxia Vang
Love is like a piece of chocalate. It looks and tastes good, but it's dark. What really matters is the inside. - Touaxia Vang
One’ is not a doer in this world. Where he believes that he is the doer, there is ‘charging’ (of karma). When one tastes egoistic pride of, I did this samayik, I did these activities, he will ‘charge’ (karma). The taste of egoistic pride is very sweet. - Dada Bhagwan
The mind is like tofu. It tastes like whatever you marinate it in. - Sylvia Boorstein
At the beginning Earth was a hell; then it became a heaven! Hell is the road leading to heaven! Chestnut tastes good after roasted! When the sand lives through hell, it becomes a beautiful glass! - Mehmet Murat ildan
Tastes like Liquorice - but purple - Cass van Krah
Pizza tastes as good as being skinny feels. - Lauren Leto
Explaining how much I you is like explaining how the water tastes from the drops of the rain - Chief Justice Moalusi Tlotlo
Do not do unto others as you would that they should do unto you. Their tastes may not be the same. - George Bernard Shaw
Plenty are the tastes and plenty are the paths. - Abhijit Naskar
Fall in love with someonewho tastes like adventurebut looks likethe calm, beautiful morningafter a terrible storm - Nikita Gill
Meat may taste good, but the guilt of eating it tastes far worse. - Evan Baldonado
How can a nation be called great if its bread tastes like kleenex? - Julia Child
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