quote by Janeane Garofalo

Blood may be thicker than water, but it is still sticky, unpleasant and generally nauseating.

— Janeane Garofalo

Authentic Thicker quotations

They say blood is thicker than water.

Only in certain cases, you need water to live. You learn that in the basics.

As we ascend the social ladder, viciousness wears a thicker mask.

War is just like bush-clearing-the moment you stop, the jungle comes back even thicker, but for a little while you can plant and grow a crop in the ground you have won at such a terrible cost.

In New York the sky is bluer, and the grass is greener, and the girls are prettier, and the steaks are thicker, and the buildings are higher, and the streets are wider, and the air is finer, than the sky, or the grass, or the girls, or the steaks, or the air of any place else in the world.

We need the historian and philosopher to give us with trenchant pen, the story of our forefathers, and let our soul and body, with phosphorescent light, brighten the chasm that separates us. We should cling to them just as blood is thicker than water.

Blood is thicker than water, but family isn’t just about blood.

Family is about faith, and loyalty, and who you love. If you don’t have those things, I don’t care what the blood says. You’re not family.

The strength of a tree, the old ones say, comes not from growing thicker in the good years when there is water, but from staying alive in the bad, dry times.

Blood is thicker than water, but politics are thicker than blood.

Cigarettes and chocolate milk These are just a couple of my cravings Everything it seems I like's a little bit stronger A little bit thicker A little bit harmful for me.

Of course I was bullied and of course I was called names - my last name is Weir.

That's very, very close to 'weird,' or 'queer' and any of those words. But I've never been anyone to cry over spilled milk or be upset because kids don't like me, or people don't like me... It makes my skin stronger and thicker. And why cry? Your mascara runs.

The line between life and death is not thicker than an eyelid.

Nothing thicker than a knife's blade separates happiness from melancholy.

The bloodline of Jesus is thicker, deeper, stronger than the bloodline of race, ethnicity and family.

Girls like dudes that are overweight.

I know too many women who say, "I like you now that you've got a little thicker," and I don't really know any woman that says, "I like you now that you've got bald."

The thicker the hay; the easier mowed.

You will walk differently alone, dear, through a thicker atmosphere, forcing your way through the shadows of chairs, through the dripping smoke of the funnels. You will feel your own reflection sliding along the eyes of those who look at you. You are no longer insulated; but I suppose you must touch life in order to spring from it.

I stand in the center aisle of the auditorium, a wounded zebra in a National Geographic special, looking for someone, anyone to sit next to. A predator approaches: gray jock buzz cut, whistle around a neck thicker than his head. Probably a social studies teacher, hired to coach a blood sport.

I wish my hair was thicker, and I wish my feet were prettier.

My toes are really ugly. I wish my ears were smaller. And my nose could be smaller too.

It is said that blood is thicker than water. It is what joins us, binds us, curses us.

Blood is thicker than water, my mother had always said when I was growing up, a sentiment I’d often disputed. But it turned out that it didn’t matter whether she was right or wrong. They both flowed out of my cupped palms.

I have never bought into the idea that blood is thicker than water.

Love and respect are meant to be earned from our children, our spouses, our families, and our friends.

Nevertheless, blood is thicker than water, as anyone knows who has tasted both.

The traces of upheavals become more impressive when one moves a little higher, when one gets even closer to the foot of the great mountain ranges. There are still plenty of shell layers. We notice them, even thicker and more solid ones.

It is precisely because a child's feelings are so strong that they cannot be repressed without serious consequences. The stronger a prisoner is, the thicker the prison walls have to be, which impede or completely prevent later emotional growth.

There's an awful lot of blood around that water is thicker than.

Night was a very different matter. It was dense, thicker than the very walls, and it was empty, so black, so immense that within it you could brush against appalling things and feel roaming and prowling around a strange, mysterious horror.

Any machine that can run a browser is not thin.

The browser has to be the thickest application man has ever invented, and it's getting thicker faster than anything ever development by man.

I would always hunch over, I was always taller than the boys.

I had the extremely skinny legs... I would double up my socks, those ones from Footlocker, to make my legs look thicker.

A rumor is one thing that gets thicker instead of thinner as it is spread.

What if this cursed hand Were thicker than itself with brother's blood Is there not rain enough in the sweet heaves To wash it white as snow?

Now I'm a warrior Now i've got thicker skin I'm a warrior I'm stronger than i've ever been And my amor Is made of steel you can't get in i'm a warrior And you can never hurt me again

She's like a prisoner inside stone walls, and every day the walls get a little thicker, the doorways a little narrower.

We've got a [Canadian] prime minister who seems to be intent on destroying our health system and education system. But I have gotten a thicker skin. I can get angry about these things without feeling like vomiting, if you know what I mean.

The space between the idea of something and its reality is always wide and deep and dark. The longer they are kept apart—idea of thing, reality of thing—the wider the width, the deeper the depth, the thicker and darker the darkness.