The Best Wood quotes

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The best wood quotes

1. I wanted to just rock out, that’s what i practice in at home, and so having an opportunity to do that here, you see a lot of guys do it. — tiger woods

2. Taste my tuna casserole–tell me if I put in too much hot fudge. — Woody Allen

3. I shot about the score i should have shot. i didn’t really have anything going in the middle of the round, hit some poor tee shots and didn’t really give myself a chance. — tiger woods

4. A pre–putt routine helps you stay nice and relaxed so you can make the best stroke possible. — Tiger Woods

5. The law that will work is merely the summing up in legislative form of the moral judgment that the community has already reached. — Woodrow Wilson

6. You scared me for a minute there. I thought Newton was dragging your dead body off to bury it in the woods. — Stephenie Meyer

7. America’s a melting pot, all races, cultures, religious choices. — Tiger Woods

8. My mother never had time for me. When you’re the middle child in a family of five million, you don’t get any attention. — Woody Allen

9. Do I believe in God? I did until Mother’s accident. She fell on some meat loaf and it penetrated her spleen. — Woody Allen

10. I am sorry for the man who seeks to make personal capital out of the passions of his fellowmen. — Woodrow Wilson

11. I hope you’re getting this down. — Woody Allen

12. Lessons from the past create hope for the future and action in the present. — Orrin Woodward

13. That is Gladstone, the greatest statesman that ever lived. I intend to be a statesman, too. — Woodrow Wilson

14. Three–putted (hole) 11 and just never really got anything going coming home. — tiger woods

15. When you make love, you must be making love. — Woody Harrelson

16. You cannot, in human experience, rush into the light. You have to go through the twilight into the broadening day before the noon comes and the full sun is upon the landscape. — Woodrow Wilson

17. The hangover: such a cure, she thinks, for overthinking. — Naomi Wood, Mrs. Hemingway

18. If you take a frown and turn it upside down, the person you are holding by the ankles will soon pass out. — Woody Allen

19. Knight’s disdain for Thoreau was bottomless–’he had no deep insight into nature’… — Michael Finkel, The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit

20. We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. — Woodrow Wilson

21. It will always be the ball and me. — Tiger Woods

22. I’m afraid of the dark, and suspicious of the light. — Woody Allen

23. I like the rain. It washes memories off the sidewalk of life. — Woody Allen, Manhattan

24. Today I saw a red and yellow sunset and thought, how insignificant I am! Of course, I thought that yesterday too, and it rained. — Woody Allen

25. I came home one night, some month ago, and I went to the closet in my bedroom…and a moth ate my sports jacket. He was laying on the floor, nauseous, y’know. — Woody Allen

26. If Jesus came back and saw what was going on in his name, he’d never stop throwing–up. — Woody Allen

27. I was unfaithful, I had affairs, I cheated. — Tiger Woods

28. ‘i’m being uprooted, ” Dino said. ”You’re being transplanted, ” Viv replied, ”and to a better home.’ — Stuart Woods, Unintended Consequences

29. One of the interesting things is, the most gifted people, the biggest people, have no problem taking small roles. — Woody Allen

30. My dad was my best friend and greatest role model. He was an amazing dad, coach, mentor, soldier, husband and friend. — Tiger Woods

31. I’m 80 and i can’t believe it ! I’m so youthful, agile, nimble, spry, mentally alert that it’s astonishing. — Woody Allen

32. I wish I could think of a positive point to leave you with. Will you take two negative points? — Woody Allen

33. ‘the way to stop financial ”joy–riding” is to arrest the chauffeur not the automobile.’ — Woodrow Wilson

34. There are three things Jewish people worship–God, Chinese food and wall–to–wall carpeting. — Woody Allen

35. I think universal harmony is a pipe dream and it may be more productive to focus on more modest goals, like a ban on yodelling. — Woody Allen

36. I didn’t know he was dead; I thought he was British. — Woody Allen

37. My mom was tough. — Tiger Woods

38. I don’t believe in competition for artistic things. I just like the atmosphere of the Cannes festival. I don’t want to win anything or lose anything. — Woody Allen

39. The oboe’s a horn made of wood. I’d play you a tune if I could, But the reeds are a pain, And the fingering’s insane. It’s the ill wind that no one blows good. — Ogden Nash

40. Businesswise, everything’s been good. — Tiger Woods

41. Maybe the poets are right. Maybe love is the only answer. — Woody Allen

42. When I was five years old I was on a merry go round. There was a gunshot nearby. The horses stampeded. There I was running down the street on a purple wooden horse. — Steven Wright

43. The shy little Mayflower weaves her nest, But the south wind sighs o’er the fragrant loam, And betrays the path to her woodland home. — Sarah Helen Whitman

44. The last unicorn lived in a lilac wood, and she lived all alone. — Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn

45. What a world. It could be so wonderful if it wasn’t for certain people. — Woody Allen

46. History is the same thing over and over again. — Woody Allen

47. True leadership is the orchestration of truth into action to shine Light into darkness. — Orrin Woodward

48. More birds have adapted to a changing world than have failed. Very few have the narrow tolerance of the ivory–billed woodpecker or the Bachman’s warbler. — Roger Tory Peterson

49. Take it easy, but take it. — Woody Guthrie

50. If you fill your head with positive thoughts, there won’t be any room left for negative ones. — Orrin Woodward


Wood can be a great source of inspiration for those looking to make their lives more meaningful and fulfilling. Its beauty and strength can remind us of the incredible power of nature and the importance of cherishing the environment. Wood can also provide us with a means to reflect on our own lives and to make positive changes. So, take some time out of your day to appreciate the beauty of wood and the timeless wisdom it has to offer.

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