CAMERON: Ugh, I have to drop this class. Am I an awful student?
ME: Yeah, but you're an excellent lover.
CAMERON: That won't look good on my transcript, though.
KYM: They were all blinged out. Or blunged. Whatever.
ME: Blunged? As in the past tense of bling?
KYM: Is that not right?
Obviously, the parallels between Sir Nicolas Cage, Esquire, and Jesus of...– Knowing’s IMDB message board.
IT'S A GIFT. IT'S NOT FOR ME.
WOMAN: Oh! Are you looking at Twilight?
ME: Er, um...
WOMAN: Which one are you looking to buy?
ME: Which one is the first one? The one with the hands?
WOMAN: I've read them each multiple times. You have no idea what you're in store for!
ME: I just.. I...
WOMAN: Ugh, you're going to love it. They've honestly changed my life
ABORTION: AMERICA’S HOLOCAUST– Pickup truck bumper sticker. Everything is awful today. I want everyone in this city… I was about to say gassed? LOL Holocaust on the brain.
I honestly feel like my body’s like, “I’m so hungry. I’m...– Cameron
Ugh, really? The escalator’s broken? I don’t want to walk any more....– Something I said in front of a paraplegic. He’ll never know that feeling. I am a monster.
My Life, or Things I Would Have Done, Had I Been on Time for Them and Not Fallen...
Incessant. Nagging. A novel by Mackenzie E. Goodman.– Cameron