Quotes from Because I'm Worth It

Cecily von Ziegesar ·  234 pages

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“It was so typical. Whenever Blair did anything nice for someone else, she usually regretted it.

Which kind of explained why she was such a bitch most of the time.”
― Cecily von Ziegesar, quote from Because I'm Worth It

“You know when you see a gorgeous boy on the street and you say to your friend, "Look at him!" and then your friend makes a face like, ugly? We all have such totally varied tastes that someone is going to look at you and think, yum-yum dee-lish, no matter what you think you look like. You just have to learn to see what they see. ”
― Cecily von Ziegesar, quote from Because I'm Worth It

“I feel something vibrating and I really hope it's your phone." Serana told Dan, who blushed.”
― Cecily von Ziegesar, quote from Because I'm Worth It

“Don't fucking make judgments about something you know nothing about.”
― Cecily von Ziegesar, quote from Because I'm Worth It

“May your Valentine’s Day be filled with adoration, pampering, and a pair of gorgeous, tiny-heeled Jimmy Choo sandals that are completely useless in this weather. Just remember: You are totally worth it.”
― Cecily von Ziegesar, quote from Because I'm Worth It

About the author

Cecily von Ziegesar
Born place: in Connecticut, The United States
Born date June 27, 1970
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