Freddy Plays Football Quotes.

1. "Freddy walked back to the cow barn with Mrs. Wiggins. Although a cow, and therefore a pretty slow thinker, Mrs. Wiggins had a lot of what is commonly called horse sense, although cows have a good deal more than horses—or indeed than some people; and Freddy valued her opinion highly."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

2. "Good land, said Mrs. Wiggins, that’s nothing against him. I guess there’s something about everybody on this farm you and I don’t like."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

3. "Even our best friends. But if they’re friends, you just have to shut your eyes to such things. Usually they aren’t very important."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

4. "Goodness! said Freddy. Are there many things about me you don’t like, Mrs. Wiggins? Well, said the cow, you don’t think you’re perfect, do you? No. I wouldn’t claim that. I guess that’s your answer, then, she said. After a minute Freddy said: Well, I’m glad you like me, anyway."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

5. "And I guess I’d better work a little harder at correcting my faults. What would you say was my worst one? The cow shook her head. Let’s stay friends, and you figure that out for yourself."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

6. "Did you ever do that game, Freddy, where you take somebody’s initials and make up a sentence describing them? Like with you, F.B. would be ‘fairly bright,’ or ‘fat banker’—"
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

7. "Mrs. Wiggins said: That was a real pretty dive, Mr. Doty. And quick! My land, when you dropped your cigar, it had hardly left your mouth when you were right after it."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

8. "Mrs. Wiggins was all admiration. You did it again! she exclaimed. And backwards this time! That was wonderful! But"
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

9. "Mrs. Wiggins didn’t agree. He wouldn’t tell those stories to the Beans, she said. No, sir, he thinks animals are stupid. Dumb animals—that’s what most people call us. He thinks we’ll believe anything."
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

10. "Land sakes, said the cow, I don’t object to a liar, as such. He’s a lot of fun, too. Only I wouldn’t trust him much. He’s using lies every day, and if he got mad at you, he’d pick up the handiest thing to get even with. And what has he always got handy?—a good fat lie. When"
- Walter R. Brooks, Freddy Plays Football

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