Best 8 of Con quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

John Cheever

Farragut's first visitor was his wife. He was raking leaves in yard Y when the PA said that 734-508-32 had a visitor. He jogged up the road past the firehouse and into the tunnel. It was four flights up to cellblock F. "Visitor," he said to Walton, who let him into his cell. He kept his white shirt prepared for visits. It was dusty. He washed his face and combed his hair with water. "Don't take nuttin but a handkerchief," said the guard. "I know, I know, I know...." Down he went to the door of the visitor's room, where he was frisked. Through the glass he saw that his visitor was Marcia. There were no bars in the visitor's room, but the glass windows were chicken-wired and open only at the top. A skinny cat couldn't get in or out, but the sounds of the prison moved in freely on the breeze. She would, he knew, have passed three sets of bars - clang, clang, clang - and waited in an anteroom where there were pews or benches, soft-drink engines and a display of the convict's art with prices stuck in the frames. None of the cons could paint, but you could always count on some wet-brain to buy a vase of roses or a marine sunset if he had been told that the artist was a lifer. There were no pictures on the walls of the visitor's room but there were four signs that said: NO SMOKING, NO WRITING, NO EXCHANGE OF OBJECTS, VISITORS ARE ALLOWED ONE KISS.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aaron B. Powell

Sometimes we want to believe something so badly that we allow ourselves to be taken advantage of.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ally Carter

Even the longest con was never more than an assortment of moments that were in themselves very very short.

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By Anonym 17 Sep

Johnnie Dent Jr.

Old Glory in her majesty has so many promises in her wave that we have no choice but to keeping pledging and waving right back!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Donna Grant

I’ve hungered for you in ways you can’t even imagine.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Rick Riordan

Loki, who put the con in conniving.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amanda Craig

It’s all biology. If it weren’t for two thousand years of the Christian tradition we wouldn’t think of pretending otherwise…Romance is the true opiate of the masses.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

They may take you for a fool, promise to shower you with the world, use their canny devastating tongue to manipulate and dominate your mind, but its better to put them bulshit people at arms length rather than falling into the arms of infidelity.