“Please, don't hate me because I am beautiful.”
“Trickster, love will be the end of you.”
“Snow, get behind me!" Charming shouted as he leaped to his feet. "I'll handle this brute."
"Billy", the teacher cried. "This is the twenty-first century, Women don't need the white knight routine anymore. I can fight my own battles.”
“I didn't do it,' he insisted.
'Then why did you run?' Sabrina asked.
'And send rabbits to eat us! I'm a seven-year-old girl,' Daphne said. 'Do you know how important bunny rabbits are to me?”
“And who are you supposed to be? the King of snot-nosed delinquents?”
“..when the first rubber ball smacked her in the head and made her brains rattle in her skull, she knew that something about this dodgeball game was different”
“Of course, the Big Bad Wolf does yoga, Sabrina thought. Why did I even bother to ask?”
“Trickster,” he said, sniffing the boy. “Love will be the end of you.”
“Wendell turned to the chalkboard and wrote I AM A WORTHLESS FAT-BODY.”
“The girl laughed. “I’m Bella,” she said.”
“On the chalkboard was another horrible but familiar sight. Someone had dipped his or her hand into a can of paint and pressed it on the wall. The handprint was bright red.”
“Once she was out of her clothes and into a warm robe, she headed back downstairs, passing the bathroom door, where she could hear Daphne begging Elvis to get into the tub with her. A tremendous splash told Sabrina that the little girl had gotten her wish.”
“Hanging upside down above them was a fat, frog-faced creature. Its head and feet were amphibious, with slimy, bumpy skin and a puffed, bulbous pouch under its lower lip, but it had the arms, legs, and body of a human being. It was the creature’s long sticky green tongue”
“LEPRECHAUN GOLD; FLOOR PLANS FOR GINGERBREAD HOUSES; TALKING FISH; GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE; TIK-TOK MEN;”
“opened the cover and saw a crude drawing of a giant kitten chewing on several screaming farmers”
“In most towns, the police do not rely on an old woman, two kids, and a sleepy dog to solve crimes,”
“Even Puck, who could usually be counted on to fart during dinner, was oddly quiet.”
“The reward for toil had been more toil. If you dug the best ditches, they gave you a bigger shovel.”
“Four will become two. Lion and tiger will meet in battle, and blood will rule the forest.”
“She'd always known he didn't love her. But it was easier to bear when he didn't know she loved him. That way they were even. Now he knew he had all the power.”
“I buried her on the shore," he whispered as Fireheart padded up and sat down beside him. "She loved the river." He raised his head to where the first stars of Silverpelt were beginning to appear. "She hunts with StarClan now," he mewed softly. "Someday I'll find her again, and we'll be together.”
“The hitter can never be the judge. Only the receiver of the blow can tell you how hard it was, whether it would kill a man or make a baby just yawn.”
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