Quotes from Breaking Even

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“I don't take good selfies, so I can only imagine how I'll look in a mug shot.  ”
― quote from Breaking Even


“I was fully prepared to be met by the Mr. Sexy that lives here. I thought I was, anyhow. What I wasn't prepared for was for him to be in his boxers—only his boxers—and standing at full attention like a good little morning soldier. My”
― quote from Breaking Even


“What happened to you? Just get back from Never Never Land, Tinker Bell?” I hate him. “Don't”
― quote from Breaking Even


“My father always said not to drink when you had secrets to keep. You never know what might come out.  ”
― quote from Breaking Even


“Even with the condom on, I can still feel the piercing enough. And I love it. In fact, I’m ruined. I’ll never want another man without it. I”
― quote from Breaking Even



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“Every being in this world makes an impact on at least one person they encounter during their lifetime. You can change the course of someone’s life by just a kind word, a hateful one, or even by simply choosing not to say anything at all. Every choice you make has the potential to create a ripple effect, trickling into and affecting the lives of others.
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