„Interview "Cosmopolitan Sofia":
If there were a fire in your house, what would be the first thing you would take away with you?
- I would take away my legs.“
— Sofia Rotaru Ukrainain soviet and Ukrainian musician, singer, songwriter, actress, author of Moldavian origin 1947
„This means you want to do sex in your house with your door open. And show to people the way you are doing sex.“
— Pahlaj Nihalani
On kissing scenes in films, as quoted in " You want to do sex in your house with your door open http://www.punemirror.in/pune/cover-story/You-want-to-do-sex-in-your-house-with-your-door-open/articleshow/49875892.cms" Pune Mirror (22 November 2015)
— Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life
— Nancy Pelosi American politician, first female Speaker of the House of Representatives, born 1940 1940
Interview with Barbara Walters (December 13, 2006)
„Take, O take him, mighty Leader,
Take again thy servant's soul,
To the house from which he wandered
Exiled, erring, long ago.“
— Prudentius Roman writer 348 - 413
"Hymnus X: Ad Exequias Defuncti", line 165; translation from Helen Waddell Mediaeval Latin Lyrics (London: Constable,  1943) p. 47.
„Stealing, of course, is a crime, and a very impolite thing to do. But like most impolite things, it is excusable under certain circumstances. Stealing is not excusable if, for instance, you are in a museum and you decide that a certain painting would look better in your house, and you simply grab the painting and take it there. But if you were very, very hungry, and you had no way of obtaining money, it might be excusable to grab the painting, take it to your house, and eat it. -Lemony Snicket“
— Daniel Handler American novelist, children's writer, creator of Lemony Snicket 1970
„Fuck trying to cash-in, nigga / I need more than advancements and a rented mansion / So while you little house niggas are singing and dancing / I'll kill you and take your land like an Israeli expansion.“
— Immortal Technique American rapper and activist 1978
Watch Out - Freestyle
— Ihara Saikaku Japanese writer 1642 - 1693
Book I, ch. 5.