Quotes from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie

David Lubar ·  288 pages

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“See Scott run,
Run Scott run.
See Scott die,
No such luck.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“Let's face it - with a few exceptions, nobody likes anybody.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“Athlete or not, I’m going to make sure you know how to read.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“You know what guys do? They stand up for people. You know why? Two reasons. It's right. And it feels good. Even if the person doesn't know what you did. Maybe especially then.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“But at least this got Mouth thinking about how his loneliness wasn't unique. We all suffered. And I guess we all had good times too. Man - if every person who ever felt lonely killed himself, the world would be littered with corpses. And far lonelier.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie



“You know what guys do? They stand up for people.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“Wait. I will say something. This is too important. And if you don’t listen to anything else I tell you, I hope you’ll listen now. No matter what you might hear about all these tragic figures, and the whole romantic image of the suffering artist, suicide is not cool. It’s not heroic. It’s not romantic. It’s like running away. Abandoning your family. And leaving someone else to clean up your mess. Only, it’s even worse, because once you go there, you can’t come back. And that would really suck.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“Did Mom notice you right away?"
He shook his head. "Nope."
"So what did you do?"
"Showed up."
"Where?"
"Wherever."
"So you showed up wherever she was?"
"Or wherever she might be."
"That must've taken a lot of time," I said.
Dad shrugged. "Worth it.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“Algebra-Readpages 7-14. Do the odd numbered problems. From what I've seen, they're all pretty odd.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie


“Algebra-Read pages 7-14. Do the odd numbered problems. From what I've seen, they're all pretty odd.”
― David Lubar, quote from Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie



About the author

David Lubar
Born place: Morristown, New Jersey, The United States
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