Remember When I Used to Do Book Quotes?
“Pet names are a persistent remnant of childhood, a reminder that life is not always so serious, so formal, so complicated. They are a reminder, too, that one is not all things to all people.”
“She has the gift of accepting her life; as he comes to know her, he realizes that she never wished she were anyone other than herself, raised in any other place, in any other way.”
“She was exactly the same person, looked and behaved the same way, and yet suddenly in that new city, she was transformed into the kind of girl she had once envied, had believed she would never become.”
“In retrospect she saw that her sudden lack of inhibition had intoxicated her more than any of the men had.”
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Isn’t it funny, they way you filter even the books you read through your own actual experience, so that the parts that speak to you also speak to your current frame of mind.
Also the movie version of this isn’t that good, even though it has Kumar of Harold and Kumar in it. Just a heads up.