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Safe word is Pickle -- Gabe
will-o'-the-wisp -- Amor Towles
How can you be dour when you have a tiny duck? -- Caitlin Kittredge
Dill said striking a match under a turtle was hateful.
"Ain't hateful, just persuades him- 's not like you'd chunk him in the fire," Jem growled.
"How do you know a match don't hurt him?"
"Turtles can't feel , stupid," said Jem.
"Were you ever a turtle, huh? -- Harper Lee
A dehoy who was terribly hobble,
Cast only stones that were cobble
And bats that were ding,
From a shot that was sling,
But never hit inks that were bobble. -- James Thurber
My curiosity sister of larks. -- Fernando Pessoa
You're ... in ... the ... Dol ... drums, wailed a voice that sounded far away. -- Norton Juster
Tut, dun's the mouse, the constable's own word:
If thou art dun, we'll draw thee from the mire
Of this sir-reverence love, wherein thou stick'st
Up to the ears. Come, we burn daylight, ho! -- William Shakespeare
What the ever-loving knuckle fuck? -- Kristen Callihan
Happy man, happy dole. -- John Heywood
Akthent on thee latht thyllable. -- Bret Easton Ellis
Why do you reckon Boo Radleys never run off?"
Dill sighed a long sigh and turned away from me.
Maybe he doesn't have anywhere to run off to -- Harper Lee
Diddley dee I have got to pee -- Chris Howard
you curdled clot of whores piss -- Sara Douglass
Rune, made Anita "doolally in -- Fredrik Backman
A lexicographer, a writer of dictionaries, a harmless drudge. -- Samuel Johnson
Chole! what are you doing out here? i said we will check it out later. key word WE-Derek
oh, yeah I decided to come out on my own. thats why i was calling your name repeatively- Chole -- Kelley Armstrong
a Nean derthal with a badge. -- C.j. Box
Ring a ding dillo del! derry, del, my hearties! If you come soon you'll find breakfast on the table. If you come late you'll get grass and rain-water! -- J.r.r. Tolkien
I was saving the name of 'Geisel' for the Great American Novel. -- Dr. Seuss
REVEILLE, n. A signal to sleeping soldiers to dream of battlefields no more, but get up and have their blue noses counted. -- Ambrose Bierce
Yeah, that's all," said Dill. "He'll probably come out after you when he sees you in the yard, then Scout'n' me'll jump on him and hold him down till we can tell him we ain't gonna hurt him. -- Harper Lee
Neighbours, you are tedious.
It pleases your worship to say so, but we are the poor duke's officers; but truly, for mine own part, if I were as tedious as a king, I could find it in
my heart to bestow it all of your worship. -- William Shakespeare
Quick: noise made by a dyslexic duck -- Barry Cryer
To the counsell of fooles a woodden bell. -- George Herbert
No surname? Or is Thorn it?"
"Thorn is all anyone needs to know about me."
"As in thorn up all our collective nether regions," Devyl muttered. -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
Feare, the Bedle of the Law. -- George Herbert
DeWarenne men love forever -- Brenda Joyce
I must have slept a long time, for when I was punched awake the room was dim with the light of the setting moon. "Move over, Scout." "He thought he had to." I mumbled. "Don't stay mad with him." Dill got in bed beside me. "I ain't," he said. "I just wanted to sleep with you. -- Harper Lee
Sai-Liber is my family name.Much like Wayfairer.You may call me Tetraphrimaportacheeq.It is much simpler."
To who? I'd barely got it out the first time. -- G.l. Tomas
Fish fiddle de-dee! -- Edward Lear
I didn't always spell my name Bil. My parents named me Bill, but when I started drawing cartoons on the wall, they knocked the 'L' out of me. -- Bil Keane
The -- Ogden Nash
He that hath little is the lesse durtie. -- George Herbert
Gervasio Lonquimay -- Isabel Allende
What lurking temptations to forbidden tenderness find their finding-places in a woman's dressing-gown, when she is alone in her room at night! -- Wilkie Collins
misbegotten cockwaffle. -- Kevin Hearne
Ashurbanipal." Oh, baby, keep talking dirty to me. -- Jo Raven
that can't be good "What a persistent-"
"I know." W quickly cut in before Dilmore could finish. -- Charon Lloyd-Roberts
One figure physically threw a fat, balding man out of the clinic. The fat man landed in a heap. He was blubbering, while the other figure walked back toward the clinic. "You don't understand. I have to have my dilaudda. It's the only thing that works, really!" said the fat man. -- Brandt Trebor
I say and maintain, that of all torcheculs, arsewisps, bumfodders, tail-napkins, bunghole cleansers, and wipe-breeches, there is none in the world comparable to the neck of a goose ... -- Francois Rabelais
Raveand Rhamnusia, Goddes of Dispyte,' said Lymond acidly. 'I am trying to get you home, vide the shiten shepherd and the clene shepe, with your woolly chops spotless. The only drawback to date is that the bloody sheep is going to have to carry the shepherd, so far as I can see. -- Dorothy Dunnett
BRANDY, n. A cordial composed on one part thunder-and-lightning, one part remorse, two parts bloody murder, one part death-hell-and-the-grave and four parts clarified Satan. -- Ambrose Bierce
The rare derpicus man is know to live near the himalayas, in a cave made purely of dead weevils. His native tounge is unknown, but what I've translated contains a grat amount of the words, "pootis, derp, poop, and nnnnyyyyaaaaannnn! -- John Nichol
Lev was a clink in my armor, a crack in my wall, -- Belle Aurora
Lessee ... he'd gone off after the funeral and gotten drunk. No, not drunk, another word, ended with "er." Drunker. that was it. -- Terry Pratchett
I wonder by my troth, what thou and I Did, till we lov'd? - DONNE -- Anonymous
Garlick maketh a man wynke, drynke, and stynke. -- Thomas Nash
Mawidge is a dweam wiffin a dweam. -- William Goldman
I was a dyslexic kid. -- Caitlyn Jenner
Do you mind if I ask you a question, darlin'?"
"Only if you stop calling me darlin'"
"Now where I come from that's a term of endearment."
"Really? Well, where I come from motherfucker is a term of endearment. Want me to start calling you that? -- Shelly Laurenston
Rhysand laughed - a lover's laugh, low and soft and intimate. "Is that any way to speak to a High Lord of Prythian?" My -- Sarah J. Maas
Ven mazel kumt, shtelt im a shtul. When mazel comes, pull up a chair for it. (p. 292) -- Rebecca Goldstein
The fallyng out of faithfull frends is the renuyng of loue. -- John Lyly
Call me Silidons, for such I am. -- Stephen R. Lawhead
I'm bored, lalalallalalala OLLI OXEN SOMETHING!! -- Bob Smith
CHAPTER I - M. MYRIEL -- Victor Hugo
I that in heill wes and gladnes Am trublit now with gret seiknes And feblit with infermite: Timor Mortis conturbat me.* * Fear of Death troubles me. -- William Dunbar
To ... to ... What the heck to call a duke who 'comes a monk?"
"Brother?" Colin ventured.
Will shook his head. "A bit too familiar. How 'bout BrotherYourGrace?"
"Got it," Colin exclaimed. "Your Celibacy. Get it? Your Celibacy. -- Patricia Coughlin
Don't repeat this word again -- Unknown
People who don't know me sometimes call me 'Mademoiselle.' -- Olivier Theyskens
I am not Cugel the Clever for nothing! -- Jack Vance
Dukhoborcheskaya -- Thomas Paine
It his mind, they reminded him of 'Tweedle Dee' and 'Tweedle Dum', with an extra emphasise placed on the 'Dum'! -- Adele Rose
of the afternoon Mr. Fitz-Wattle---- -- P.g. Wodehouse
DEJEUNER, n. The breakfast of an American who has been in Paris. Variously pronounced. -- Ambrose Bierce
I don't want a pickle, just want to ride on my motorsickle. -- Arlo Guthrie
Vas happening Selene? -- Liam Payne
Never, ever say the dildo accidentally turned itself on. -- Chuck Palahniuk
The Diogenes Club is the queerest club in London, and Mycroft one of the queerest men. He's always there from quarter to five to twenty to eight. It's six now, so if you care for a stroll this beautiful evening I shall be very happy to introduce you to two curiosities. -- Arthur Conan Doyle
The smylere with the knyf under the cloke. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
Dagorath was a word in Sindarin, the Elvish language J. R. R. Tolkien had created for The Lord of the Rings. -- Ernest Cline
Dilige et quod vis fac. (Love and then what you will, do.) -- Augustine Of Hippo
LL's a laughing stock, cause I bit that ass to the last stop. I watched you fall like Hitler fell, and now your down to a broken L. -- Kool Moe Dee
... difficile est longum subito deponere amoren, difficile est, uerum hoc qua lubet efficias ... ... it is hard to throw off long-established love: Hard, but this you must manage somehow ... -- Anonymous
Ballycumber (ba-li-KUM-ber) n.
One of the six half-read books lying somewhere in your bed. -- Douglas Adams
So what brings you to this killing pickle? -- Dante Alighieri
Delores is a gorgeous name, for a gorgeous girl. Plus, it rhymes with clitoris ... and I really know my way around them. Big fan. -- Emma Chase
My determinate voyage is mere extravagancy -- William Shakespeare
voluptuous sluggard, -- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
You're my Aslan. -- Kristen Ashley
Cruddy Mouthbreather -- Holly Black
Uncle Jeb," we croaked in surprise. "You found us."
"Well, now," he said, and his gruff voice brought back a hundred memories. "Well, now, here's a pickle. -- Stephenie Meyer
Who you? Your name smaller than fine grains in couscous
It's the highest calibre, your calibre is deuce deuce -- Talib Kweli
What's got your jockstrap in a wad? (Abbie) -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
Sir McCoolpants Von No Touchy -- Penny Reid
Like millions of others, he mockingly calls himself, in evocative modern street slang, a diaosi, the term for a loser that literally translates as "male pubic hair". -- Anonymous
I cannot name this, I cannot explain this, and I really don't want to so just call me shameless. -- Ani Difranco
(Hungarian ... ) the only tongue the devil respects -- Chico Buarque
What did the letter O say to Q? Dude, your dikk is hanging out. -- Ellen Degeneres
You're like a dictionary, you add meaning to my life -- Shannon Dermott
amanuensis. A rapt -- Abraham Verghese
For sondry scoles maken sotile clerkis;
Womman of manye scoles half a clerk is. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
You little know what you have done, when you have first broke the bounds of modesty; you have set open the door of your fancy to the devil, so that he can, almost at his pleasure ever after, represent the same sinful pleasure to you anew. -- Richard Baxter
Penis? Cock? Dick? Wood? Schlong? Womb broom? Clam hammer? Yogurt slinger? -- Jewel E. Ann
Norbert the Norwegian Ridgeback -- J.k. Rowling
Dobby, sir. Just Dobby. Dobby the house-elf, said the creature. -- J.k. Rowling
We do not precisely enjoy liberty at the Figaro. M. de Latouche, our worthy director (ah! you should know the fellow), is always hanging over us, cutting, pruning, right or wrong, imposing upon us his whims, his aberrations, his fancies, and we have to write as he bids ... -- George Sand
The whore, who said her name was Sandra, offered me delights unobtainable outside of Place Pigalle and Port Said. I said I wasn't interested, and she was bright enough to say that she wasn't really interested either. As things turned out, we had both overestimated our apathies, but not by much. -- Kurt Vonnegut
Moll is immoral, shallow, hypocritical, heartless, a bad woman: yet Moll is marvellous. -- Glen Duncan