Top Fine Quotes

  • In the soft light of morning, the sky outside turning light blue, my answer is always and still: -œI’m fine. – Kris Kidd

    In the soft light of morning, the sky outside turning light blue, my answer is always and still: -œI’m fine.– Kris Kidd

  • There is a fine line between fair criticism and jealous assault. – Fennel Hudson

    There is a fine line between fair criticism and jealous assault.– Fennel Hudson

  • Fine. If you insist.I’ll try Just.One.Nibble. But–I won’t enjoy it. – Lee Wardlaw

    Fine. If you insist.I’ll try Just.One.Nibble. But–I won’t enjoy it.– Lee Wardlaw

  • Yawn. String-on-a-stick. Fine. I’ll come out and chase itto make you happy. – Lee Wardlaw

    Yawn. String-on-a-stick. Fine. I’ll come out and chase itto make you happy.– Lee Wardlaw

  • It’s a fine thing to be clever, but too much cleverness usually produces the same result as ignorance.-Lady Berwick – Lisa Kleypas

    It’s a fine thing to be clever, but too much cleverness usually produces the same result as ignorance.-Lady Berwick– Lisa Kleypas

  • There was a fine line between madness and intelligence. – Kameron Hurley

    There was a fine line between madness and intelligence.– Kameron Hurley

  • The fine line between genius and madness is a punch line. Duck, you idiot! – Brian Spellman

    The fine line between genius and madness is a punch line. Duck, you idiot!– Brian Spellman

  • I’m fine with death. I’ve dealt out more than my share. It’s the act of dyin’ that bothers me. – Mike Kalmbach

    I’m fine with death. I’ve dealt out more than my share. It’s the act of dyin’ that bothers me.– Mike Kalmbach

  • I’m fine with death. I’ve dealt out more than my share. It’s the act of dyin’ that bothers me.– Mike Kalmbach

  • The air up there in the clouds is very pure and fine, bracing and delicious. And why shouldn’t it be?–it is the same the angels breathe. – Mark Twain

    The air up there in the clouds is very pure and fine, bracing and delicious. And why shouldn’t it be?–it is the same the angels breathe.– Mark Twain