Quotes About Sly

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Jarod Kintz
“She has a sly smile, and eyes that seem to see my essence as they explore my soul and implore my spirit to enter her. I look at her and I see love.”
Jarod Kintz, Love quotes for the ages. Specifically ages 18-81.

Jarod Kintz
“A brick makes an excellent window cleaner, if you throw it hard enough. Before you know it, your window will look so clean you’d think it had been replaced with a new one.
Jarod Kintz, A brick and a blanket walk into a bar

Samuel Beckett
“When a man in a forest thinks he is going forward in a straight line, in reality he is going in a circle, I did my best to go in a circle, hoping to go in a straight line.”
Samuel Beckett, Molloy

Lemony Snicket
“Look!" Mr. Poe said, who was still too far to help but close enough to see. "Genghis has an eye tattoo, like Count Olaf! In fact, I think he IS Count Olaf!"

"Of course he is!" Violet cried, holding up the unraveled turban.

"Merd!" Sunny shrieked, holding up a tiny piece of shoelace. She meant something like "That's what we've been trying to tell you.”
Lemony Snicket, The Austere Academy

Stephen King
“A banty-rooster sort of guy, the kind that likes to pick fights, especially when the odds are all their way.”
Stephen King, The Green Mile

Laura L. Sullivan
“When she walked by the two officers, they didn't recognize her.
"Have you seen the luscious bonbon with the golden braids?"
She grinned up at them with such impish mischief that they almost forgot their quest for the singer. "She is with her lover," Hannah said. "But she can always handle one or two more." She winked at them. "Go there, through that door."
She made her escape while the uniformed hobbledehoys gawked and gaped and finally burst into the dressing room where Franz, the three-hundred-pound juggling strongman, was adjusting his loincloth.
"I ought not do it," Hannah said aloud to herself as chaos erupted behind her. "I just can't seem to help myself. it is a shame, really.”
Laura L. Sullivan, Love by the Morning Star

Paul Russell
“There was always something sly about any act of education. Eve had learned that in the garden.”
Paul Russell, The Coming Storm

Leo Tolstoy
“That’s my one desire, to be caught," answered Vronsky, with his serene,
good-humored smile. "If I complain of anything it’s only that I’m not caught
enough, to tell the truth. I begin to lose hope.”
Leo Tolstoy

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