“Wild Ones Tip #23
If a Wild One is screaming, just walk away. Trust me, we’re not dying.”
“Wild Ones Tip #361
Wild Ones don’t notice the way people stare. But they will make your life hell if you want to be rude.”
“Wild Ones Tip #238
It’s rare we have feelings. Don’t fuck with them when we do.”
“First rule of family: brothers don’t hit sisters. They take their beatings, because sisters only beat them when they deserve it.”
“Wild Ones Tip #584
To piss off a Wild One, you have to really fuck up. Then learn how to hide.”
“The producer approached and asked if I wanted to speak with Dr. Phil. “You mean as a therapist or as an interview subject for my show?” I asked.”
“Not the way I knew Christian's touch would burn me, the way it blessed me and bled me, the way he would singe me as his fingers traced my skin, the way he would sear me with his kiss. I couldn't handle anything so intense.”
“Gossip was usually a mindless distraction from a far too serious world.”
“más sabe el que vive sin querer saber que el que quiere saber sin vivir,”
“Nothing can be done but by inches. I write out my life hour by hour, word by word . . . imagining the existence of something uncreated this poem our lives.”
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