Best 137 of Boy quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Females and boys are the only creatures that propose others for friendship. As for the rest of us, friendship sort of just happens.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sarah Ockler

This boy wore the ocean in his eyes, green-gray-blue, ever shifting, and I recognized him immediately. Knew before he said another word that he was as dangerous as he was beautiful.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mervyn Peake

One thing at a time,' said the Boy. 'You must be patient. This is a day of hope and wild revenge. Do not interrupt me. I am a courier from another world. I bring you golden words. Listen!' said the Boy. 'Where I come from there is no more fear. But there is a roaring and a bellowing and a cracking of bones. And sometimes there is silence when, lolling on your thrones, your slaves adore you.

By Anonym 17 Sep

James Miller

One small boy was all it took to upset the universe

By Anonym 17 Sep

Rick Yancey

My nose is broken," I said. Damn that Dumbo. Made me self-conscious. "My ankle's broken," he said. "Then I'll come to you.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aman Jassal

Tears are the biggest weapon used by every girl against the boys with a success rate of hundred percent.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Annie Fisher

With his mad eyes that cannot seem to look at everything they want to all at once, with the dagger poised in his palm- like sharp teeth or black eyes, he is transforming into something both terrifying and exciting, mysterious and sexy. I reach forward on the sand towards them as though to touch him, my magical boy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lauretta Bender

[Fantasy] is a constructive aspect of the child's experimental exploration of reality, or his progressive relating of himself to reality, of his trial-and-error attempts to solve his reality problems.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

When i was a child, i liked tasting any candy i happened to see, but as i grew older, i realized those are a great meal to the worms in my innards. Will you shun old habits or nay? That's the question.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Suzy Kassem

THE THREE BEES by Suzy Kassem A young boy once asked A wealthy beekeeper: “What is the secret of Your success?” The beekeeper simply smiled And replied: “To be successful, One has to be one of three bees: The queen bee, The hardest working bee, Or the bee that does not fit in. One success is inherited, And the next one is earned. While the last one is Self-sought, Self-served, And happens on its own Terms.” “And which bee are you?” Asked the boy. The beekeeper then wiped The sweat from his head And said: “The last may seem the riskiest, But the glory of achievement Is the most rewarding. Freedom always comes at a high cost, But only when you are Your own boss, Can you truly Afford it.” (Suzy Kassem Poetry)

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kristiane Backer

Boys will always be boys,’ he said. ‘The relationship obviously wasn’t meant to be.’ He told me I should trust that the break-up was for the best, even if I couldn’t see that yet. As with every form of suffering, heartache brings with it catharsis, and turns us into better human beings. ‘It is like an iron in the furnace that is beaten into shape,’ he said. These bad experiences were ultimately a good sign because God tests the ones He loves. That might be why He has so few friends,’ he added dryly. His words cheered me up a bit.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

...as we are endowed. ...with rhetorics. ...none will deny. ...of innocence. ...towards scribbling. ...of love lines. ...and of lust. ...to what seems like male. ...to what seems like female. ...in those days. ...I mean nothing. ...but in high school. ....even me. ...I can't deny.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jordan B. Peterson

When my now-adult daughter was a child, another child once hit her on the head with a metal toy truck. I watched that same child, one year later, viciously push his younger sister backwards over a fragile glass-surfaced coffee table. His mother picked him up, immediately afterward (but not her frightened daughter), and told him in hushed tones not to do such things, while she patted him comfortingly in a manner clearly indicative of approval. She was out to produce a little God-Emperor of the Universe. That’s the unstated goal of many a mother, including many who consider themselves advocates for full gender equality. Such women will object vociferously to any command uttered by an adult male, but will trot off in seconds to make their progeny a peanut-butter sandwich if he demands it while immersed self-importantly in a video game. The future mates of such boys have every reason to hate their mothers-in-law. Respect for women? That’s for other boys, other men—not for their dear sons.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Caroline Green

I wanted to tell her that Luka wasn't like any other boy I'd ever know before. Not because he was a ghost. Because he was Luka.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Karen Foxlee

Ophelia,' said the boy. He said it very quietly. She didn't like the way he said that at all. He sounded sad and as though he expected more from her. 'And how do you know my name anyways?' she said. 'I never told you it, not once.' 'I heard it once, a long time ago.' He was full of mysterious sentences like that.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Gregory Maquire

But she remembered this as a joke, fondly. Woe is the natural end of life, yet we go on having babies. No, said Nanny, an echo in Melena's mind (and editorializing as usual): No, no, you pretty little pampered hussy. We don't go on having babies, that's quite apparent. We only have babies when we're young enough not to know how grim life turns out. Once we really get the full measure of it we're slow learners, we women-we dry up in disgust and sensibly halt production. But men don't dry up, Melena objected; they can father to the death. Ah, we're slow learners, Nanny countered. But they can't learn at all.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rainbow Rowell

He had never looked at me before, never, and the idea made my skin burn.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Karole Cozzo

Teenage guys are not supposed to be concerned like this. They are supposed to tell fart jokes, and comment on girls' boobs, and not really pay attention when something is bothering a friend. It's really, really difficult when they convince you they can be something else entirely - a human being, one who truly cares, especially when they're less yours and more someone else's.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Clayton Lessor Ma

There’s a wound most troubled boys share, which, at its core, comes from the feeling that they don’t have their father’s unconditional love.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

Mind is superior to body because you cannot have a new body, but you can have a new mind through wisdom!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Shailee J-n

That's the thing about hands. I love to hold hands because it brings comfort to me to know and feel I'm holding onto the person I love.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rebecah Mcmanus

The very first thing I saw was his eyes, bluer and brighter than the sea itself. They gazed at me, so dazzling, and for an instant I couldn't even feel the pain. I was too overcome by the handsomeness of this sandy haired boy

By Anonym 20 Sep

Paul Auster

You’re a dreamer, boy,” he said. “Your mind is on the moon, and from the looks of things, it’s never going to be anywhere else. You have no ambitions, you don’t give a damn about money, and you’re too much of a philosopher to have any feeling for art. What am I going to do with you? You need someone to look after you, to make sure you have food in your belly and a bit of cash in your pocket. Once I’m gone, you’ll be right back where you started.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Clayton Lessor Ma

Despite what you might believe right now, your son’s future is bright. You only need the right tools to help him get there.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Patrick Yee

Harry was a bright boy. And like many bright boys, he had a little mischief in him.

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Walliams

My name is Mr Bread." He began writing his name neatly on the board. "But you can call me Peter." Suddenly there was quiet, as thirty little brains whirred. "Pita Bread!" proclaimed a ginger-haired boy from the back.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

There is so much woman in many a girl and too much boy in many a man.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steven Magee

You know when 1 in 2 marriages ends in divorce, 1 in 42 boys have Autism, and safety complaints from the majority of whistle-blower's are not being upheld, that you are living in a seriously dysfunctional society.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Caroline George

What does a freelance researcher do?” “Researches things.” He winks at me and helps lift my bike onto a cobblestone walkway. “It’s not an interesting or particularly sexy job. Nobody wants to date a perpetual studier, but I bet there’s an army of guys crawling over each other to get to you.” More like crawling away. “You’re ridiculous. Who’d ever want to date me?” “Someone like you? There’d be a line at your door as soon as work got out.” “Oh, would you be in the line?” Sarcasm. Not a real question. I don’t care if he responds—heat burns my toes, ears, and everything in-between—well, maybe I care a little. Jack pauses and gazes into me. “Yeah … I’m in the line … and I’m better than all the other guys so you should really pick me. I’m funny. I’m strong, like, I could sweep you off your feet and run without breaking a sweat. I can also blow milk through my nose, but only if I’m drunk and the milk is warm.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Eric M. Watterson

When a boy leads a boy, he stays a boy. When a man leads a boy, he becomes a man.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Joseph Gordon-levitt

It's HE-RO," the boy argued. "No," the girl insisted, "it's HER-O.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ken Follett

Two blades clashed, ringing like a bell. Like all small boys, Philip thought his father was invincible; and this was the moment when he learned the truth.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Edwin Fontanez

There are tales that rise like the early sun, breathe, and take on a life of their own. There are ones that flow quietly and effortlessly until time forsakes them, but there are others that fight until they find their way to the edge of reality, as if coming straight out of a dream.

By Anonym 18 Sep

James Franco

The man is angry, the man Is destructive, the man wants more. The woman is more, the woman is all.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Laurell K. Hamilton

There was a tinge of evil to it, a lot of sex, but under that was a little boy peeking out, an uncertain little boy. That was it. That was the attraction. Nothing is more appealing than a handsome man who is also uncertain of himself.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Scott Spencer

My first love was everything, all at once. The kind of love you fight for, the kind of boy you fight for.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bernard Cornwell

All you need to know, boy," Finan growled, "is that Lord Uhtred's side is the one that wins.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Simona Panova

You know what, your imagination works faster than your mind.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Carew Papritz

No, you become a man when you first decide to put away the things of childhood, the talk of childhood, and the thoughts of childhood. You decide because you cannot be treated as both a man and a boy. Because you are either one or the other, but you are not both . . .

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

In a patriarchal society, one of the most important functions of the institution of the family is to make feel like a somebody whenever he is in his own yard a man who is a nobody whenever he is in his employer’s yard.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Carew Papritz

When do you become a man? When you become your own man. When other men trust you to do a man's work. Trust you with their name, their reputation, their thoughts. Trust you to watch their backs and trust you with their lives.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Kelly Creagh

She’d never seen a boy with hands like that, with long, delicate fingers, beautiful but still masculine. His fingernails were long too, almost crystalline, tapered to points. They were the kind of hands you’d expect to see under lace cuffs, like Mozart or something.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

There are many fish in the sea, but never let a good one swim away.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

Never fight for a girl; while pounding each other, someone is already making plans to whisk her away.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nelson Rodrigues

Any boy seems, nowadays, a tried and wicked 47 years old dwarf.

By Anonym 15 Sep

David Peace

A boy with a ball. A boy with a dream.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Clayton Lessor Ma

According to most studies on the subject, boys who grow up without fathers grow up at a disadvantage.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alison Goodman

How could I explain that it was not all playacting? That I felt more of the male spirit within me than the female - a fierceness that whittled me down to a sharpened spear of ambition. And as a boy, I was applauded, not punished, for such raw energy. It was not beaten out of me for my own good, or worn away by women's chores.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Clayton Lessor Ma

It’s time to stop dreaming about who you want your son to be and help him become the healthy, happy, and successful man he’s supposed to be.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Shannon A. Thompson

Instead of a criminal or a drug addict, I was looking at a boy—just a boy.