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Quotes About Teenage Girl

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Brando Skyhorse
“The time between your first major fight with your best friend until you make up is, for a teenage girl, about as long as it took for God to create the universe. . . . It's excellent training for having a boyfriend.”
Brando Skyhorse, The Madonnas of Echo Park

Jess C. Scott
“He felt a little lost, after that experience. Lost as the girls on their knees. It was a never-ending story of young girls losing themselves, such that they were no longer humans with any souls or characters, but pretty girls with fat asses and nice tits.”
Jess C. Scott, Take-Out, Part 1

Ally Carter
“There are many ways a self-respecting (not to mention sane) teenage girl might react to having a teenage boy suddenly in her bedroom in the middle of the night.
Hit.
Panic.
Flail.
Freeze.”
Ally Carter, Only the Good Spy Young

Claire Hennessy
“I had good intentions once upon a time. Well, September.”
Claire Hennessy, Big Picture

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
“Do we have a hand mirror?' I asked from the kitchen doorway.
'Never use one,' said Lester, examining the date on a carton of sour cream.
'Naturally, you're a male. What you see is what you've got,' I said resentfully.
'Huh?' said Lester.”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, The Grooming of Alice

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
“Sexually active? Sexually active? Patrick and I hadn't even learned the fine points of kissing yet!
I marched on down. 'For your information,' I said from the doorway, as both Dad and Lester jerked to attention, 'I am about as sexually active as a bag of spinach, and if you want to keep me on the porch and not out in the park somewhere behind the bushes, you'll keep the stupid porch light off when I come home with a boy.”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Alice on the Outside

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
“For your information, Lester, there are at least five wonderful parts of the female body that can be viewed by the owner only with a hand mirror.”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, The Grooming of Alice

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
“For your information, Lester, there are at least five wonderful parts of the female body that can be viewed by the owner only with a hand mirror.'

And as they stared after me, I went regally back down the hallway and up the stairs to Dad's room.”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Anton Chekhov
“Nadya Zelenin and her mother had returned from a performance of Eugene Onegin at the theatre. Going into her room, the girl swiftly threw off her dress and let her hair down. Then she quickly sat at the table in her petticoat and white bodice to write a letter like Tatyana's.

'I love you,' she wrote, 'but you don't love me, you don't love me!'

Having written this, she laughed.

She was only sixteen and had never loved anyone yet. She knew that Gorny (an army officer) and Gruzdyov (a student) were both in love with her, but now, after the opera, she wanted to doubt their love. To be unloved and miserable: what an attractive idea! There was something beautiful, touching and romantic about A loving B when B wasn't interested in A. Onegin was attractive in not loving at all, while Tatyana was enchanting because she loved greatly. Had they loved equally and been happy they might have seemed boring.

("After The Theatre")”
Anton Chekhov

Kate Atkinson
“It was the kind of summer evening that made Ursula want to be alone. 'Oh,' Izzie said, 'You're at an age when a girl is simply consumed by the sublime.' Ursula wasn't sure what she meant ('No one is ever sure what she means,' Sylvie said) but she thought she understood a little. There was a strangeness in the shimmering air, a sense of imminence that made Ursula's chest feel full, as if her heart was growing. It was a kind of high holiness - she could think of no other way of describing it. Perhaps it was the future, she thought, coming nearer all the time.”
Kate Atkinson, Life After Life

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