“Devour life without chewing, and pray that you don’t choke”
“Love isn't always what we want, but it's always what we need.”
“The first time I saw you, my world stopped,” he says, catching me off guard, and my gaze goes to his. “Nothing else existed but you, and then it stopped again when I held Hope for the first time. And since that moment, there have been a million pauses, each one giving me something beautiful to remember,”
“You’re annoying. Bossy. And annoying.” “You already said I’m annoying.” I grin. “It needs repeating,” she mumbles under her breath.”
“How the hell are you supposed to survive, when the part of you that you need to live is walking around outside your body?”
“I have no idea how it's possible to find someone who was made just for me, but you are. You were made for me. You're everything I never knew I wanted. You were meant to be mine!”
“She has an evil twin—that’s storybook bad.”
“Devour life without chewing, and pray that you don’t choke.”
“I know, cockporn.” She nods, licking her palm again. “No, Angel. POP-corn,” I tell her, pronouncing each syllable. “COCK-porn,” she says slowly back, like I’m deaf, and then places her hands on her hips. “Oh, geez,” I mutter,”
“I don’t know what the fuck is going on in your head right now, Ellie, but I’m telling you this. You are mine, and Hope is mine. I don’t give a fuck how hard you try to push me away; it’s not going to happen. We have happened, and I’m not taking a step back, so deal with whatever fucked up shit you have going on in your head and get over it. Tonight, we’re having dinner then spending time with my cousin. After that, I’m taking you home and eating your pussy until you beg me to stop, and then I’m going to keep going until you apologize for your shit today,” he snarls then his head ducks, and his mouth latches onto my neck. I feel him pull the skin there into his mouth so hard that I cry out and my legs get weak.”
“don’t even know how I’m going to deal with the range of emotions that have settled over me since seeing her for the first time. “Fucking Boom,” I mutter, getting”
“It’s popcorn,” I tell her slowly. I have no idea where she got the whole cockporn thing, but that is definitely not something I want her saying in public, or ever, for that matter. I can just see us going to a movie and her yelling, ‘I want COCKPORN!’ at the top of her lungs in the middle of a packed theater.
“I know, cockporn.” She nods, licking her palm again.
“No, Angel. POP-corn,” I tell her, pronouncing each syllable.
“COCK-porn,” she says slowly back, like I’m deaf, and then places her hands on her hips.
“Oh, geez,” I mutter, giving up, looking at Lilly, who is fighting laughter, and ask her, “Do you have a bag for this?” while holding my hand upside down, showing the ball is stuck to my palm and now looks like a penis and balls.”
“Thank God for books and music and things I can think about.”
“understood that from this moment, the stepping-stones”
“Bizim İstiklal Marşında aksayan bir taraf var,
bilmem, nasıl anlatsam.
Akif, inanmış adam.
Fakat onun ben
inandıklarının hepsine inanmıyorum.
Beni burada tutan şey
şehit olmak vecdi mi?
'Gelecektir sana vaadettiği günler Hakkın.'
Gelecek günler için
gökten ayet inmedi bize.
Onu biz kendimiz
Bir şarkı istiyorum
zaferden sonrasına dair...
'Kim bilir belki yarın...”
“Then there are some minor points that strike me as suggestive - for instance, the position of Mrs. Hubbard's sponge bag, the name of Mrs. Armstrong's mother, the detective methods of Mr. Hardman, the suggestion of Mr. MacQueen that Ratchett himself destroyed the charred note we found, Princess Dragomiroff's Christian name, and a grease spot on a Hungarian passport.”
“broken crayons can still colour. I’ve”
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