Top 10 Babes Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Babes Quotes from famous people such as Harry Redknapp, Orson Bean, Olive Schreiner, Geronimo, Bridget Moynahan, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

I've still got a scrapbook at home of the Munich air cr

I’ve still got a scrapbook at home of the Munich air crash. I was an Arsenal supporter, and I went with my dad every week. I would have been 11 in 1958 and remember standing at Highbury for the Busby Babes. I remember that was the last game before they jetted off to Europe, and a lot of them never came back.
Harry Redknapp
I think God loves to hear little kids laugh at fart jokes. He didn’t just make sunsets and bluebirds, He made hot babes. And dirty old men like me. That’s the modest message I’ve set out to tell the world: you don’t have to be Ned Flanders to be a Christian.
Orson Bean
We were equals once when we lay new-born babes on our nurse’s knees. We will be equal again when they tie up our jaws for the last sleep.
Olive Schreiner
I was warmed by the sun, rocked by the winds and sheltered by the trees as other Indian babes. I was living peaceably when people began to speak bad of me. Now I can eat well, sleep well and be glad. I can go everywhere with a good feeling.
Tom Selleck brings in the babes of all ages, I have to tell you. You can be 60, 80, or 16 and still love that man.
Bridget Moynahan
We never really write ‘love’ love songs. There’s always something twisted about them. But as far as love songs, women just became way more important to us after we turned 21, as a band in general. Kind of broke up our boyhood solidarity as we started branching out into babes.
Ed Kowalczyk
The ’90s is my favourite era of music, especially the girl-bands like Babes in Toyland.
Jessica Origliasso
Our distorted media culture sees men as subjects and women as objects; in films, Woody Allen gets older and older and still dates 20-year-old babes; movies about women are called ‘chick flicks,’ and men make fun of them.
Theresa Rebeck
Sometimes when we label something dystopian fiction, I feel like we’re trying very hard not to use the words ‘science fiction,’ because science fiction has those horrible connotations of rocket ships and bodacious babes.
Paolo Bacigalupi
‘Blasto’ is a new game for Sony Playstation. It’s an awesome three-dimensional game, and I play the character Blasto who’s sort of a Flash Gordon barrel-chested superhero who goes to Uranus and shoots these little green alien Fascist guys. He rescues babes; he goes on wild rides.
Phil Hartman