5+ quotes from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing by Louise Rennison

Quotes from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

Louise Rennison ·  271 pages

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The film turns out to be about bees. It is a film about a bee center. How crap is this going to be?

An hour later
That was the best thing I have seen for ages. We made Miss Wilson rewind the bit where the two queens were having a bitch fight.”
― Louise Rennison, quote from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

“I always want to tell him everything. But
instead I said, “What’s your advice, Horn -
And he started doing pretend beard stroking
and said, “Well, luuurve is a many trousered
thing. . . .”
― Louise Rennison, quote from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

“I was going to say, No, no, don’t cry, I’ll go out
with you. Anything, but don’t cry. . . . But I still
couldn’t make my voice work.
And then he sort of cleared his throat and said,
“Georgia, don’t feel bad.
It’s always tough to hurt someone and tell them the truth. I know that. You’re a really lovely girl. Lovely . . . mad . . . but
lovely. I’ll always like you. Don’t worry.”
― Louise Rennison, quote from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

“It’s hard to tell the truth sometimes, especially if you don’t want to hurt someone. And you did. You said what you feel. And you must do what is right for you, not what other people say is right.”
― Louise Rennison, quote from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

“This is the first day of the rest of my life. So why is my hair sticking up like a cockerel?”
― Louise Rennison, quote from Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

About the author

Louise Rennison
Born place: in Leeds, The United Kingdom
Born date October 11, 1951
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