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You guess, boy? You don't know? Peter -- Sara Pennypacker
A boy with Somebody-else's pork pie! Stop him! -- Charles Dickens
Perhaps it was because of his wife that Pippo the farmer dreamt of becoming a sailor. There are certain people on this earth who make you want to sail very far away, and above all for a very long time. -- Timothee De Fombelle
looking for the pi in my onion -- Natasha Tsakos
Pippa's Song The year's at the spring The day's at the morn Morning's at seven, The Hill side's dew-pearled The lark's on the wing The snail's on the thorn God's in his heaven- All's right with the world -- Robert Browning
You never can tell
From a Minnipin's hide
What color he is
Down deep inside. -- Carol Kendall
Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits, and their names were
Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail, and Peter. -- Beatrix Potter
Parker, what are you doing?" "Making a funny face in an effort to make you stop staring at me like I murdered your beloved goldfish. -- Penny Reid
I am Prince Horace!"
"And I'm the Grand Turnip of China!" cutwater snickered.
"Dim-witted villains!" shouted the Prince. "I command you to turn us loose. -- Sid Fleischman
Pigpen is in his late twenties and thinks he's all handsome with his blonde hair and big muscles. Because he was a Navy SEAL or Army Ranger or something outrageous like that, he also thinks he's awesome, but he doesn't impress. -- Katie Mcgarry
Clippy got that pervert-on-the-playground look again.. -- Rob Reid
Mary Poppins is magical and fun. -- Julie Andrews
Pyp had stabbed a turnip with his knife. "The night is dark and full of turnips," he announced in a solemn voice. "Let us all pray for venison, my children, with some onions and a bit of tasty gravy. -- George R R Martin
My dearest Pudding pie" I read aloud.
"Yes, my little turnip?"
"Hilarious," I muttered. "If you ever call me anything of the sort again we shall have words. -- Jordan L. Hawk
Here comes Peter Cottontail right down the bunny trail ... -- Beatrix Potter
CALL ME PATCH. NO REALLY, CALL ME -- Becca Fitzpatrick
I was Pippa on 'Home And Away' for nearly a decade. -- Debra Lawrance
David Copperfield. -- John Irving
You mean Piglet. The little fellow with the excited ears. That's Piglet. -- A.a. Milne
You dig ok Pony Boy -- S.e. Hinton
fishhook. It's squiggly like a worm. Something's -- Caroline Fyffe
pilaster, probably meant to anchor a -- Anthony Doerr
Nymphadora Tonks, who prefers to be known by her surname only,' finished Lupin. -- J.k. Rowling
The Last Unicorn -- Peter S. Beagle
Ease up, nasty little frigid pixies -- Shannon Hale
I ain't the Princess Pea But someday I will be, The Pea, ha-hee. Someday, I will be. -- Kate Dicamillo
P - Jamie!" I called.
He waded back toward me. "I'm starting to think my name is Pajamie."
"Your name should be Pajerky. You said it wasn't deep."
"Pajerky?" He gave me a skeptical look. "That's Pathetic."
"We'll see how smug you are once I'm on dry land. -- Diana Peterfreund
Whose is it, do you think?" I say finally.
"No telling," says Finnick. "Why don't we let Peeta claim it, since he died today? -- Suzanne Collins
Pigpen grins like a crazy man. -- Katie Mcgarry
I'm Detective Piper of the Fairyland Metro Police, and I've been called in to investigate the incident of the missing frog prince ... -- A.f. Stewart
What was the name of that dog on 'Rin Tin Tin'? -- Mickey Rivers
I am the pedophiles dream, a messianic Peter Pan. -- Marilyn Manson
I play Peeta. That's his name. It was given to him by his parents. He comes from a long line of bread. His sister is Rye. And his brother is Whole Wheat. -- Josh Hutcherson
You can call me Patch. No really. Call me. -- Becca Fitzpatrick
For my little dog, Pip, who joined our family during the writing of
this story. Thanks for rescuing me. -- Jackie Braun
hippo. Like something that basks, anyway. Even her knitting is going better than -- Margaret Atwood
HIPY PAPY BTHUTHDTH THUTHDA BTHUTHDY. Pooh -- A.a. Milne
Pip, dear old chap. life is made of ever many partings welded together, as I may say, and one man's a blacksmith and one's a whitesmith, one's a goldsmith, and one's a coppersmith. Diwisions among such must come, and must be met as they come. -- Charles Dickens
The nearest I have ever seen to the great Willie Pep -- Angelo Dundee
Piping down the valleys wild, Piping songs of pleasant glee, On a cloud I saw a child, And he laughing said to me: "Pipe a song about a Lamb." So I piped with merry cheer; "Piper, pipe that song again." So I piped; he wept to hear. -- William Blake
They tell me sir, that Stubb did once desert poor Pip, whose drowned bones now show white, for all the blackness of his living skin. But I will never desert ye sir, as Stubb did him. -- Herman Melville
One of her dearest and handsomest friends was a sorcerer, and from him she had learned so much magic even her hairpins got up and started living serious-minded lives, writing hairpin-ballads, celebrating hairpin-holidays, and inventing several new schools of philosophy. -- Catherynne M Valente
He's hit! He's hit!" Pigpen flies into view, gun drawn and on the prowl to kill. -- Katie Mcgarry
Give Pirrip as my father's family name, on the authority of his tombstone and my sister, - Mrs. Joe Gargery, who married the blacksmith. As -- Charles Dickens
I think that the Peeps or Peppies or Pipes diaries would be much more popular had there been a universal pronuncation of his name. -- Groucho Marx
As a kid, I read 'Peter Pan,' and I really wanted to be him. -- Heather Graham
I'm going down the apples and pears, into the jam jar, down the frog and toad into the rub-da-dub-dub, and I'm going to have pig's ear. -- Gianfranco Zola
You think I'm a fool?" demanded Harry.
"No, I think you're like James," said Lupin, "who would have regarded it as the height of dishonor to mistrust his friends. -- J.k. Rowling
Peanut: Come here puppet boy... make your daddy talk! -- Jeff Dunham
When I was born, I was born very prematurely so I was very tiny and small. And so, my mom just nicknamed me Pixie, like a little fairy. -- Pixie Lott
Alas, Gulietta, this was an American frog of the last quarter of the twentieth century, a time when wishing apparently no longer led to anything, and Leigh-Cheri eventually named it Prince Charming after that son-of-a-bitch who never comes though. -- Tom Robbins
I feel like you're always trying to sneak into my mind. You're like Peter Pan - always climbing in windows and causing trouble."
She scrunched up her nose. "Did you really just call med Peter Pan?"
"I've called you worse." I eased the car into traffic.
"A llama," she said. "I loved that. -- Tarryn Fisher
"Down here, Pidge. Just come in feet first, I'll catch you."
"You're out of your damn mind if you think I'm jumping into the dark!"
"I'll catch you! I promise! Now get your ass in here! -- Jamie Mcguire
...Pigpen's currently sitting on as he drinks a beer.
He's been Violet's shadow since Eli left town with Cyrus a few days ago. -- Katie Mcgarry
Pooh, he's a ninkypoop!" "How do you know?" asked Jane, very interested. "I know because I heard Daddy call him one this morning!" said Michael, and he laughed at Andrew very rudely. "He is not a nincompoop," said Mary Poppins. "And that is that. -- P.l. Travers
I identified with Pip from 'Great Expectations,' especially when I was younger; I had the same kind of gaucheness and uncertainty. -- David Nicholls
Get off me you dirty turnip!" "Dirty turnip? well, pardon me Signor Cabbage-Head! -- Elle Newmark
Mr. Sausage Nose -- B. Campbell
I'm a floating TURNIP HEAD -- Mo Willems
Chapin was secured in the backseat - the motor-pool cars had rings bolted to the floor for just that reason - and he sat in his durance vile mumbling, ranting, threatening, and overusing the same naughty word. -- Jeff Lindsay
[P]enmanship as pretty as a row of tulips -- Pat Conroy
The Piper is coming nearer," he said, "he is nearer than he was that evening I saw him before. His long, shadowy cloak is blowing around him. He pipes - he pipes - and we must follow - Jem and Carl and Jerry and I - round and round the world. Listen - listen - can't you hear his wild music? -- L.m. Montgomery
As a child I watched Mary Poppins so many times I suffered from a condition with my sight. Umdiddleiddleiddleumdiddle Eye. -- Milton Jones
Son of a poodle. -- Michael Darling
[-] Pigpen rounds to face the crowd. Like a lot of brothers in the club, he's ex-military. The voice of the six-two, massive former Army Ranger rumbles against the walls. "If you ain't a brother, clear out! -- Katie Mcgarry
Mandy (lentil eating, lesbian, long socks) in PR -- Poppet
Ree sat chilled inside her squat tent. To occupy her mind, she decided to name all the Miltons: Thump, Blond, Catfish, Spider, Whoop, Rooster, Scrap ... Lefty, Dog, Punch, Pinkeye, Momsy ... Cotton, Hog-jaw, Ten Penny, Peashot ... -- Daniel Woodrell
When I'm all alone and I'm by myself, little Peter keeps me company. -- Red Peters
My name is "A Pimp named Slickback" Wait ... A Pimp?? ... Named Slickback. Yes, please say the whole thing if you would. Yes, that includs the "A Pimp Named" part. Yes Tom, everytime. -- Katt Williams
But he heard high up in the air
A piper piping away,
And never was piping so sad,
And never was piping so gay. -- W.b.yeats
Let's hear the sound of the baby pianny. -- Louisa May Alcott
THE ADVENTURE OF THE GOLDEN PINCE-NEZ -- Arthur Conan Doyle
Why, you mean you didn't get abducted and dragged across country purely to make us a story for us to chew over endlessly?" asked Pip, tossing his shock of tow-colored hair indignantly. "The nerve! -- Mercedes Lackey
Nick pulled a business card out of a pocket and handed it to Elphaba. It read Nicholas Lynch, Inspector, Ministry of Magick, next to a moving image of Nick, mugging for the camera. I finally get to use my Harry Potter business cards! -- Abramelin Keldor
Tom's Navy SEAL team nicknamed him 'Tailspin', especially after sustaining his knee injury, but Joe likes to call him his 'Lucky Charm' -- saved his tail too many times to count. -- L.a. Kragie
Sirius is Padfoot. Peter is Wormtail. James was Prongs. -- J.k. Rowling
He doesn't pretend," the punk pixie said. He nodded toward Doyle. "Nice rings. You got anything else pierced?"
"Yes," Doyle said.
The boy smiled, making the rings in the edge of his nose and his bottom lip curl cheerfully with it. "Me too," he said. -- Laurell K. Hamilton
It had a sort of a head on it, like a mushroom, and its color was reddish purple. It looked blunt and stupid, compared, say, to fingers and toes with their intelligent expressiveness, or even to an elbow or a knee. -- Alice Munro
Violet Lynn Parker, you'd better spill or I'll start bellowing 'Happy Birthday' to you in my Bobcat Goldthwait voice. -- Ann Charles
Pipe it, shuck-face, -- James Dashner
Pa? You never said. What'm I gonna be? Good or bad?
He kisses the top of my head. Whispers in my ear, so's only him and me can hear. You, my darlin daughter, are gonna be somethin else entirely. -- Moira Young
Whose are these?" Sevro asks me. "Daddy's," I tell him. "So you guessed." Sevro laughs. "He's locked in Apollo's dungeons." "The stupid Pixie!" He laughs again. -- Pierce Brown
There was a lot more to that song,' said Sam, 'all about Mordor. I didn't learn that part, it gave me the shivers. I never thought I should be going that was myself!'
'Going to Mordor! Cried Pippin. 'I hope it won't come to that!'
'Do not speak that name so loudly!' said Strider -- J.r.r. Tolkien
Splendiferous. That's your word. It's yellow with six legs and it's crawling up your arm. -- Natalie Lloyd
I am Snugglepumpkin. Hear me roar -- Kevin Hearne
A pixie's true skin color is blue. Cookie Monster, Grover, and other lovable Muppets are also blue. Do not confuse the two. Muppets don't kill you. Usually. -- Carrie Jones
Peter Pan is perhaps the most important thing, to me, that I have ever done in theater. -- Mary Martin
It's the Peter Pan in me, I don't think I'll ever grow up. -- Jason Behr
Pidgin, pidgin everywhere. A peculiarity of dropping the connective, the article, of translating literally, of using present for past, present for future. We Filipinos did not speak pidgin. Our English was straight from the grammar texts. -- Gilda Cordero-Fernando
He was Pinocchio to my Gepetto. -- Jenny O'connell
He kept his tippet stuffed with pins for curls, And pocket-knives, to give to pretty girls. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
He [Pigpen] should know better than to ask questions he won't get answers to. He motions to my cell. "I could hack it and just find out."
Proved he could this afternoon after the two of us hacked into emails of someone who's been targeting a client. -- Katie Mcgarry
Angels, pixies, faerie dust Treading love and living lust. -- Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Primordya forever! -- Aida Jacobs
Name me Edward, or Peeta, or Prince Charming, and I swear - I'll quit. -- Anne Eliot
Fish Ponies! I put them on the ceiling!"
-Tyson -- Rick Riordan
I never realized until recently how much my life parallels Peter Pan. -- Cathy Rigby
May it please your High Majesty," said the second Mouse, whose name was Peepiceek, "we are all waiting to cut off our own tails if our Chief must go without his. We will not bear the shame of wearing an honor which is denied to the High Mouse. -- C.s. Lewis
waistcoat-pocket, -- Lewis Carroll
Like something happened to Preppy. That wasn't your fault, dick slick. It was mine. I literally couldn't dodge that bullet. See what I did there? Oh my shit I'm hilarious. -- T.m. Frazier