You know what I mean. And by the way, you should slow down.” I sighed. “You’re kidding me. This is coasting. This is little old lady speed.” “NASCAR drivers would have heart attacks. Slow down before we get a ticket.” “Chicken.
We bought a ticket and got up in the stands. We got there fairly early and were sitting for what seemed like a half hour, 45 minutes, when all of sudden, here comes my truck and my car across the track. I told Darlene, 'I can't believe Big John (Boettcher) brought my car up here.' So I raced. That was my honeymoon.
It was then I knew I'd had enough, Burned my credit card for fuel Headed out to where the pavement turns to sand With a one-way ticket to the land of truth And my suitcase in my hand
I've seen the ticket, and I still can't believe it. When I see the money, I hope I don't hit the floor.
I tell the audience every night, "I hope you didn't pay more than face value on that ticket, because we ain't worth more than that, and you ain't gonna get any more than that."
My psychoanalysis has equipped you with the equivalent of a train ticket to recovery. It is now your decision whether or not you choose to make full use of it.
I'm not sayin' she's a bragger, but if you've been to Paradise, she's got a season ticket.
Marriage is the most expensive ticket to nowhere.
The last guy tried to get out of me writing him a ticket by saying, 'Kiss me, big boy, kiss me like there's no tomorrow!'...as I recall, I didn't write that ticket.
The customer pays his money and gets a ticket. He cannot refuse it. He cannot get the money back. He may protest to the machine, even swear at it. But it will remain unmoved.
Alfred Denning, Baron Denning
Marriage is a lottery, but you can't tear up your ticket if you lose.
Farquhar McGillivray Knowles
She clutched the train ticket tighter and waited for the sense of escape to come over her as it had a dozen times before, that heady sensation of having just scooted through the clanging gate, of eluding the thrown net. It didn't come. She was running again, but she wasn't escaping. She'd been chased to ground a long, long time ago.