8+ quotes from The Good Life by Jodie Beau

Quotes from The Good Life

Jodie Beau ·  264 pages

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“He dropped his pants and went at it looking like Winnie-the-Pooh in his red polo shirt.”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“The Summer of Jake and Roxie – it was the best summer of my life.”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“You know you know you have a great friend when you can go months or even years without speaking and as soon as you see each other again it's like no time has passed at all?”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“Nobody wants to sit in a theatre and watch petty arguing and boring sex scenes (ahem, Jason Segal and Emily Blunt).”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“Writing things down with a pen is a lot faster and more therapeutic than trying to type something on a tiny touchscreen keyboard.”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“I was sitting on the toilet when he told me he wanted a divorce.”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“I do have a Blackberry, isn't that enough?”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


“Mission: Back in the New York Groove had begun!”
― Jodie Beau, quote from The Good Life


About the author

Jodie Beau
Born place: in The United States
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