Cute quotes for girls about love

Cute quotes for girls on love, on boys, just for fun, and links to many more cute quotes for girls:

“Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night.” - William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet 1.5.54, Romeo on seeing Juliet for the first time.

“I think spring is inside me. I feel spring awakening, I feel it in my entire body and soul. I have to force myself to act normally. I'm in a state of utter confusion, don't know what to read, what to write, what to do. I only know that I'm longing for something.” Anne Frank, from her diary about her growing affection for Peter, a fellow resident in the “Secret Annex.” 

“Let the love die. Are there not other loves as beautiful and full of sweet unrest, flying through space like snowy pinioned doves?” Ella Wheeler Wilcox 

“I am your wife, if you will marry me; if not, i'll die your maid, to be your fellow you may deny me, but I'll be your servant, whether you will or no.” - William Shakespeare, Miranda proposes to Ferdinand in The Tempest.

"Big girls don't cry... they get even" - anon.

"Susan: A real woman could stop you from drinking.
Arthur: It'd have to be a real BIG woman!" - from the film Arthur starring Dudley Moore as Arthur.

"There is no sense living your life and not falling deeply in love. Otherwise, you would not really have lived a life at all. You have to try, because if you haven't tried you haven't lived... Stay open. Who knows? Lightning could strike." from Meet Joe Black, the movie.

"A friend is someone who knows all about you, and loves you just the same." - anon

"You don't learn about sex from doing it with boys, but from talking about it with girls." - Suzanne Moore, The Idler's Companion: An Anthology of Lazy Literature, ed. Tom Hodgkinson and Matthew De Abaitua (1997). 

"The best approach to sex for girls is, quote,'lying on your back and thinking of England.'" - Suzanne Moore

"Boys and girls in America have such a sad time together; sophistication demands that they submit to sex immediately without proper preliminary talk. Not courting talk—real straight talk about souls, for life is holy and every moment is precious." - JACK KEROUAC. On the Road (1957)

"Something dramatic happens to girls in early adolescence. Just as planes and ships disappear mysteriously into the Bermuda Triangle, so do the selves of girls go down in droves. They crash and burn in a social and developmental Bermuda Triangle." - MARY PIPHER. Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls (1994).

"A friend is someone who knows all about you, and loves you just the same." - anon

"When the newspapers have got nothing else to talk about, they cut loose on the young. The young are always news. If they are up to something, that's news. If they aren't, that's news too." - Kenneth Rexroth

"Guys are like stars... there's millions of them,, but only 1 can make your wish come true." - anon

"Some boys take a beautiful girl, and hide her away from the rest of the world. I wanna be the one to walk in the sun." - Cyndi Lauper

"Always forgive your enemies - Nothing annoys them so much." - anon

“Love is a game in which one always cheats.” - Comedie Humaine 

"The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart."- Elizabeth Foley

"Oh, mother, dear, We're not the fortunate ones. Girls just wanna have fun." - Cyndi Lauper

"In Victorian days, when young girls up to the age of about eighteen were closely guarded at home, their debuts or formal introduction to their parents” friends in society had real meaning. … Today, however, with most girls going on to college, the debut when it occurs is merely break in the educational procedure. It is rather meaningless now as an announcement that the girl is on the marriage market, for with four years ahead of her of increasingly difficult college courses, the girl, if she is sensible, awaits the completion of her education before marrying." - Amy Vanderbilt, Etiquette (1971).

"Young women took out their handkerchiefs and shook out their sins. Boys playfully emptied their pockets to be sure that no transgression remained. The village wits made the traditional Tashlikh jokes. “Girls, shake as hard as you want, but a few sins will remain.” “The fish will get fat feeding on so many errors.” - Isaac Bashevis Singer, in The Rosh Hashanah Anthology (1973). 

"Somewhere along the line I knew there'd be girls, visions, everything; somewhere along the line the pearl would be handed to me." - Jack Kerouac, On the Road (1957). 

"I shall never forget Shabbat in my town. When I shall have forgotten everything else, my memory will still retain the atmosphere of holiday, of serenity pervading even the poorest houses: the white tablecloth, the candles, the meticulously combed little girls, the men on their way to the synagogue. When my town shall fade into the abyss of time, I will continue to remember the light and the warmth it radiated on Shabbat." - Elie Wiesel . A Jew Today (1978).

"On students, the most immediate effect of testing is anxiety. Most families have their characteristic exam-time symptoms. The household rhythms change. Girls' parents resign themselves to the overeating or under-nourishment, the sleepiness or insomnia, the amenorrhea, the fitful tears, the furious rejection of help. Boys' parents brace themselves for the lunatic sensitivity to noise, the ritually elaborate apparatus of study, the vocabulary of grunts and snarls, the midnight carbohydrates and the shuddering refusal of breakfast." - Donald Barr. Who Pushed Humpty Dumpty? Dilemmas in American Education Today (1971).

"What we're asking when we ask about divorce is how people fall out of love. And if, as girls, we searched for answeres about what boys really wanted, what we're asking, as adults, is what men and women don't want—what causes them to take a stand, to draw the line, to divorce." - Francine Prose in Women on Divorce: A Bedside Companion (1995).

"We'll love her as we loved the dear old school or very very near it, For tho” she's thrown the dress away, she's kept the same old spirit; And of her present boys and girls we'll each prove a believer That every year she'll turn them out as good and bright as we were." - Paul Dunbar, “The Old High School and the New.”