Enjoy

Enjoy may refer to:

  • Enjoy (play), a comedy by Alan Bennett
  • Enjoy! (Descendents album), or the title song
  • Enjoy! (Jeanette album), or the title song, "Enjoy (Me)"
  • Enjoy, an album by Bob Sinclar
  • "Enjoy" (Janet Jackson song)
  • "Enjoy", a song by Bj√∂rk from Post
  • Enjoy Records, an American record label

Other articles related to "enjoy":

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary - Things To DO
... Tourists can enjoy the natural walk along the Chinnar and Pamber river banks ... They can enjoy the scenic beauty of the nature by moving towards Thooyanam Waterfalls ... Tourists can enjoy camping here ...
Enjoy The Violence
... Enjoy the Violence is the second album by the French Death/Thrash metal band Massacra ... title is a play on the Depeche Mode song "Enjoy the Silence" ...
Libiamo Ne' Lieti Calici - Libretto - English
... Let's enjoy ourselves for the delight of love is fleeting and quick ... It's like a flower that blooms and dies And we can no longer enjoy it ... So enjoy A keen and flattering voice invites us! Chorus Let's enjoy the wine and the singing, the beautiful night, and the laughter ...
Maisonnais-sur-Tardoire - Tourism
... just beyond the church enabling you to enjoy the flora and fauna of the village and see the field where the local honey is produced ... Maisonnais has a small lake where you can enjoy a picnic after your walk ... well as a swimming lake where you can hire pedalos in the summer and enjoy a meal overlooking the lake ...

Famous quotes containing the word enjoy:

    I have no hesitation in saying that although the American woman never leaves her domestic sphere and is in some respects very dependent within it, nowhere does she enjoy a higher station. And ... if anyone asks me what I think the chief cause of the extraordinary prosperity and growing power of this nation, I should answer that it is due to the superiority of their women.
    Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–1859)

    The Landlord is a gentleman ... who does not earn his wealth. He has a host of agents and clerks that receive for him. He does not even take the trouble to spend his wealth. He has a host of people around him to do the actual spending. He never sees it until he comes to enjoy it. His sole function, his chief pride, is the stately consumption of wealth produced by others.
    David Lloyd George (1863–1945)

    That man is to be pitied who cannot enjoy social intercourse without eating and drinking. The lowest orders, it is true, cannot imagine a cheerful assembly without the attractions of the table, and this reflection alone should induce all who aim at intellectual culture to endeavor to avoid placing the choicest phases of social life on such a basis.
    Mrs. H. O. Ward (1824–1899)