“إن سعيت لإخفاء أصلك فلن يعود عليك ذلك إلا بالندم”
“إن الناس لا يحبون المتاجر الخالية ، هكذا كان يقول أبي ، إنهم يشعرون بداخلها بعدم الأمان”
“لا تسعى لخداع رجل مسن يعلم أن الموت لا يمكن أن يكون بعيدًا”
“يجب أن تعرض منتجاتك لا أن تبقى على أمل أن يراها الزبائن مصادفة”
“المعلومات أنها العمود الفقري لأي عمل”
“أن الشخص لا يستطيع أن يعيش بالخبز وحده”
“Granpa just groaned and said, “I don’t want you to end up workin’ in the East End, young ’un. You’re far too good to be a barrow boy for the rest of your life.” It made me sad to hear him speak like that; he didn’t seem to understand that was all I wanted to do.”
“an apple is an apple whoever bites it.”
“from around his neck started to undo the buttons on the front of his”
“God bless the Scots and their puritan upbringing,”
“I let out a gasp at the surprise with him getting to me so fast. It was kind of dating superman in that way, and instead of the cape and spandex, I got wings and a Armani suit!”
“THE FUZZY GREEN light gradually resolved itself into trees, and a narrow street of damp terra-cotta bricks stretched lazily into the distance.”
“Maybe it explains the reason why one person likes another. It's because their souls both thrum at the same frequency.”
“Hana yori dango. Dumplings over flowers. It basically means that someone should value needs over wants, substance over appearance. As in, make sure you have food and shelter before you burn money on something extravagant. And, you know, choose genuine friends who will be there for you over pretty, shallow ones. Don't get carried away by beauty if it leaves you empty.”
“Att han varit rädd för GB-gubben och rabblat Alfonsramsor, att han börjat bygga med pärlor och att allt han ville var att ligga i hennes säng och läsa Bamse. Jag är så liten.
Äntligen förstod han vad det betydde:
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