"The Rainbow Color Reciter looked at the place where the girl had stood.
Forever and ever, he hummed a Rainbow-colored song without lyrics or a melody.
He hoped that it would reach the girl who was somewhere far away."
— Kei Sazane. Tasogare-iro no Uta Tsukai Volume 1: Evhe Smiles in the Dawn (Kindle Locations 3044-3046). Baka-Tsuki. Kindle Edition.
"However, I hope that you remember one thing…… The things you truly want cannot be obtained using Recitations."
— Kei Sazane. Tasogare-iro no Uta Tsukai Volume 1: Evhe Smiles in the Dawn (Kindle Location 1188). Baka-Tsuki. Kindle Edition.
"It is a small land, yet it has room enough for gallantry and humor; and even an Assistant Pig-Keeper there may cherish certain dreams."
— Lloyd Alexander. The Book of Three.
"But if you cannot at once laugh at a thing and believe in it, you have no business in the Middle Ages. Or in the world, for that matter."
— G. K. Chesterton. Alarms and Discursions (Kindle Locations 255-256).
"But you must never imagine,” he continued, “that just because something is funny, Messire Marquis, it is not also dangerous."
— Neil Gaiman. Neverwhere.
"There. There,” said the marquis de Carabas, awkwardly, patting her shoulder. And he added, for good measure, “There.” He did not comfort well."
— Neil Gaiman. Neverwhere.
"You can’t discuss what transpired at the United States Office of Education on the final day of June 1967 without using that vivid, if slightly impolite, noun, balls.
The USOE’s commisioner, Harold Howe II, had them."
— Davis, Michael. Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street (Kindle Locations 2162-2164). Penguin Books. Kindle Edition.
"I reverence those great men who had the courage to die; I reverence also these little men who have the courage to live."
— G. K. Chesterton. Alarms and Discursions (Kindle Locations 611-612).
"My forthcoming work in five volumes, “The Neglect of Cheese in European Literature” is a work of such unprecedented and laborious detail that it is doubtful if I shall live to finish it."
— G. K. Chesterton. Alarms and Discursions (Kindle Locations 469-470).
"At last he said:
“Well, it’s a bad world; let’s ‘ope there’s a better one.”
“Amen,” I said. “But when I think of Sir Joseph, I understand how men have hoped there was a worse one."
— G. K. Chesterton. Alarms and Discursions (Kindle Locations 345-347).
"Just because two people are capable of deeply hurting each other over and over again does not make them passionate, star-crossed lovers. It makes them two people who keep doing terrible things to each other. Someone’s ability to make you completely and utterly soul-crushingly miserable does not mean they are a soul mate with some deep insight into your psyche. They are just someone who is really good at making you unhappy."
Andrea Greb, You Are Not Blair Waldorf
hollywood writers please take note: the relationships you write are creepy
THIS IS SO IMPORTANT.
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