Quotes from Hooked on the Game

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“no saint goes without sinning, and no sinner goes without having some saintly qualities.  You can judge one for their mistakes, or you can love them for the flaws they try to correct. ”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


“People talk whether you're in school or not, but it doesn't dictate anything. You choose how much you allow people to rule you.”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


“In my opinion, no saint goes without sinning, and no sinner goes without having some mainly qualitites.”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


“I swallow hard, wondering how in the hell I'm going to be able to fit into any of these clothes.  I've seen his models on TV.  They eat air for breakfast and ice for lunch.  There's no way.”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


“Before I got here, I thought a size four was a good size.  And then I saw the natives wearing a size negative-triple-zero, or something crazy like that.”
― quote from Hooked on the Game



“have to tell him that all three times we had sex were terrible.  Personally, I learned sex is highly overrated.  I see no point in reliving the worst six minutes of my life... total.  I don't get the appeal.  Maybe”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


“he expects me to elaborate.  Boundaries.  These damn people need boundaries. "So no boyfriend, but you're not a virgin?" he prods, seeming to delight”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


“like this conversation.  Too many memories are attached to the questions he's asking.”
― quote from Hooked on the Game


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