Quotes: Big Beautiful Woman
"The bone is for the dog, the meat is for the man!"
"Why sit on a rickety old chair when you can sink into a nice plush sofa?"
— Pops, Time Gentlemen Please
"Never had a woman
Never had a woman like you
Doing all the things
Doing all the things you do
Ain't no fairy story
Ain't no skin and bone
But you give it all you got
Weighing in at nineteen stonenote "
, "Whole Lotta Rosie"
"Who wants a twig when you can climb the whole tree?"
"There's a name for men like me that like women like that, we're called heterosexuals.
Julia: (about the prole woman singing the "Love Song") She is a meter across the hips, easily.
That's her style of beauty.
"[Camila Sagastume] was gigantic and sturdy, but over her colossal form a tenderness of femininity prevailed and she had a face that was so beautiful, hands so fine and well cared for, and such an irresistible personal charm that when she entered the house, Aureliano Segundo was heard to say in a low voice that he would have preferred the tourney to take place in bed and not at the table. Later, when he saw her consume a side of veal without breaking a single rule of good table manners, he commented seriously that this delicate, fascinating, and insatiable probscidian was in a certain way the ideal woman. He was not mistaken."
". . . the first time I beheld her full length I surrendered to her proportions. They fix her in my mind, as great beauty, great intelligence, quickness of wit or kindness of heart might have made some other woman equally memorable.
"With her it was form and size. It was her physical personality that had this imposing charm. She might have been witty, intelligent, and kind to an exceptional degree. I don't know, and this is not to the point. All I know is that she was built on a magnificent scale. Built is the only word. She was constructed, she was erected, as it were, with a regal lavishness. It staggered you to see this reckless expenditure of material upon a chit of a girl. She was youthful and also perfectly mature, as though she had been some fortunate immortal. She was heavy too, perhaps, but that's nothing. It only added to that notion of permanence. She was barely nineteen. But such shoulders! Such round arms! Such a shadowing forth of mighty limbs when with three long strides she pounced across the deck upon the overturned Nicholasnote
— it's perfectly indescribable!"