I never thrust my nose into other men's porridge. It is no bread and butter of mine. Every man for himself and God for us all.
butter not only wouldn’t melt in this mouth, it wouldn’t go in; one runs away, an urchin in the gutter and glad to be, murmuring: “The Queen of Spain has no legs.” ...One’s eyes widen; one sits the poet down in the porch swing, starts to go off to get her a glass of lemonade, and sees her metamorphosed before one’s eyes into a new Critique of Practical Reason... feminine gender...Randall Jarrell
"I can't wait for the next fad though, and I predict it's going to be Pennsylvania dutch culture, very Amish. It's going to be bonnets and butter churns."janeane garofalo
Ohne butter werden wir fertig, aber nicht beispielsweise ohne Kanonen.Wenn wir einmal u« berfallen werden, dann k o« nnen wir uns nicht mit butter, sondern nur mit Kanonen verteidigen. We can manage without butter but not, for example, without guns. If we are attacked, we can only defend ourselves with guns not butter.
Peanut butter has survived everything that has been done to improve it.(Gary Edward) Garrison Keillor
Like a steak spread with butter and topped with good, rich, broiled eels.Akira Kurosawa
A shelf life somewhere between butter and yoghurt.Calvin Marshall Trillin
We'll have peanut butter crackers and juice and use the bidet!bill allred
There are more ways of killing a cat than drowning it in butter; but this is the sort of thing (as the proverb indicates) we overlook: there are more ways of outraging speech than contradiction merely.j. l. austin
Guns will make us powerful; butter will only make us fat.hermann göring
In a land of quince jelly, apple butter, apricot jam, blueberry preserves, pear conserves, and lemon marmalade, you always get grape jelly.william least heat-moon
She looketh as butter would not melt in her mouth.john heywood
Fine words butter no parsnips. (Speake, 2009)
Free speech is not to be regulated like diseased cattle and impure butter. The audience ... that hissed yesterday may applaud today, even for the same performance.william o. douglas
There is a southern proverb fine words butter no parsnips.walter scott
She looketh as butter would not melt in her mouth.
Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.
The farmer’s daughter hath soft brown hair (butter and eggs and a pound of cheese) And I met with a ballad, I can’t say where, That wholly consisted of lines like these.charles stuart calverley