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Quotes from What Would Satan Do?

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“Despite what they say, the clothes do not make the man.  They merely determine the set of assumptions others make about the man.”
― quote from What Would Satan Do?


“When all else fails—or pretty much whenever you have time—get tacos.”
― quote from What Would Satan Do?


“It wasn’t that he cared particularly for the world.  Except for Lamborghinis.  And Star Wars—well, Darth Vader anyway.  And ice cream.”
― quote from What Would Satan Do?


“Oh, God!” said one student. The Devil’s head snapped up.  “Where?” “I”
― quote from What Would Satan Do?


“At this point, the narrative will turn its focus elsewhere in the interest of providing Liam and Anna with a bit of privacy.  Should the reader feel disappointment at the lack of description of turgidity, chiseled bits of anatomy, or things that are pulsing or quivering, well, this just isn’t that kind of story.  Sorry.”
― quote from What Would Satan Do?


“He’d start things up, have a bit of fun, and then, in the end, have his ass handed to him by that Great Big Dick in the Sky. ”
― quote from What Would Satan Do?


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