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8+ quotes from Across The Hall by N.M. Facile

Quotes from Across The Hall

N.M. Facile ·  301 pages

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“Bad things open your eyes to the good things you weren’t paying attention to before.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“You can never replace someone you love like that. Eventually the memories won’t be so hard on you. With time, the memories will make you smile and you will be grateful for having them.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“A man is a penis-wrinkle when calling him a dickhead would be a compliment.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“Whip ‘em out boys. We’ll measure them right here and now.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“The bad things in life open your eyes to the good things you weren’t paying attention to before.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“This isn’t over, Sylvia. I’ll leave you now, but I’m watching. I will not let that bastard hurt you.” I said this just as I reached the door. As she shut the door I heard a strangled whisper, “No, you’re perfectly capable of doing that on your own.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“I love you. I never stopped loving you. These past years have been empty without you. The weekend you spent with me made me realize just how much you mean to me.”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

“You left me over college tuition? Seriously? You left me broken and crying over money?”
― N.M. Facile, quote from Across The Hall

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