“Electrical shivers shoot up my leg.
And my knee is such a slut!
She likes it! She's that friend you have. The one who you tell you're on a diet and the next day shows up with cupcakes and says, Aww, just one won't hurt.”
“I did it because I think it's time you finally knew that the stars were always for you. Always. Only. Ever. For you.”
“I gotta go. Just got a taker on the rope.”
“He takes a deep breath and gives me one of those smiles that almost blinds me. The kind of smile that makes me want to drag him to a little chapel in the woods, say I do, and make him the last boy I ever kiss.”
“This is ridiculous, Maggie. I’m going to tell him to put his shirt back on.” She gives me an evil eye. “Don’t you dare. You’ll cause a riot.”
“Riley: “I grind so fine, I’m practically coffee,” he says with a straight face, then busts out a grin.”
“I think I’ll leave it off, just for you. You can think about us naked. Hammering. Nailing. Pounding. Screwing.” He gives me a totally naughty and completely adorable smirk. “I will be thinking no such things.” “Oh, yeah, you will. It will be all you think about for the rest of the day.”
“I can’t help but laugh. “You totally butchered that cheer.” “Yeah, I need a little more work on the motions. I can remember football plays, but these stupid arm motions are just confusing.” “Do you want me to help you? I know that cheer.” “Maybe you can come teach me in my room. I’d probably learn it better if we were naked.” “If you were naked, there wouldn’t be any cheering going on.” “You cheer me on sometimes. Go, Dawes!” I smack his shoulder. “Shut up. You should hear yourself.”
“Braxton: Tell me what girls want.
Me: I think that depends on the girl. Also depends what kind of girl you want.
Braxton: Right now, I’d like a trio of slutty girls. All naked together in my room with nothing to do but me.
Me: Let’s try to deal with reality.
Braxton: I was. I originally wanted a harem.
Me: Fine. Three slutty girls it is.”
“Breathe the air, taste the wine, kiss the girls, and always remember that the tales of another are never as wondrous as your own.”
“Hmm?” She stopped and looked back.”
“Statistics show that we lose more fools on this day than in all the other days of the year put together. This proves, by the number left in stock, that one Fourth of July per year is now inadequate, the country has grown so.
- Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar”
“I will have you do things you never thought possible, but I can also bring you a pleasure you never imagined.”
“What are you using?" I asked. "Fascination or glamour?"
"Both," she said, giving me a wicked smile”
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