Whacked Related Quotes



“We got whacked on the Fed comments (Wednesday), but that reaction doesn't make sense. Don't you think if the Fed is hinting that interest rates will go up sooner, that suggests the economy is doing well? I think the comments bode well for the GDP (gross domestic product) report tomorrow and next week's monthly employment report.”

Robert Long


Percy?" Annabeth gripped his arm. "Oh, bad," he muttered. "Bad. Bad." He looked across the table at Frank and Hazel. "You guys remember Polybotes?" "The giant who invaded Camp Jupiter," Hazel said. "The anti-Poseidon you whacked in the head with a Terminus statue. Yes, I think I remember

Rick Riordan


I know it's a cliche, but the whole family is just whacked. I mean, we're all out of our minds. They're the funniest, most eccentric bizarre people I've ever met, my siblings.

Dana Carvey


I bled a lot. I got hit across the face. We couldn't film for seven days. I got hit, whacked, underwater, across the face. I finished the shot, got into the boat and blood started coming out.

Steve Irwin


Writing is a hellish task, best snuck up on, whacked on the head, robbed and left for dead.

Ann-marie Macdonald


If you are prepared for some risk, junk bonds pay about 5%, but they tend to get whacked when interest rates rise. Same with lower-yielding but higher-quality corporate bonds.

Kenneth Fisher


I do have big tits. Always had 'em - pushed 'em up, whacked 'em around. Why not make fun of 'em? I've made a fortune with 'em.

Dolly Parton


There's never going to be a great misunderstanding of me. I think I'm a little whacked.

Pamela Anderson


“I basically whacked them on the nose, which made them release their grip, and then we got out of the place as fast as we could really, before they dogs had a go at us.”

Neil Harrison


“We got whacked on the Fed comments (Wednesday), but that reaction doesn't make sense, ... Don't you think if the Fed is hinting that interest rates will go up sooner, that suggests the economy is doing well? I think the comments bode well for the GDP (gross domestic product) report tomorrow and next week's monthly employment report.”

Robert Long