Puppy Love Quotes

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“I always knew there was no one who is going to accept my flaws and understand my brokenness.And i knew it very well that nobody would hold my hand when the wind of darkness overcome my life so i just pushed them,i pushed them all away.”
Bazil Carl W Chong Derek Friedman Daniel

Jake Vander-Ark
“You know that moment when you hug somebody, when your heart feels warm and high in your chest and tingly? When you feel just for a second like a baby in a womb... that nothing matters? That's how I want you to feel. That's what a girlfriend should do, I think.”
Jake Vander Ark, The Accidental Siren

Kimberly Montague
“Well, good afternoon, sunshine. How are you feeling?"
"Like something the cat dragged in, then dragged back outside to leave in the rain, and mud, then the lightning hit it, and burned it, and the cat came back to tear it into pieces, before burying it.”
Kimberly Montague, Racing Outside the Line

Ron Koertge
“The guys can't take their eyes off Colleen... one of them... probably sees her just like I do, she's the gatekeeper to another world.”
Ron Koertge, Now Playing: Stoner & Spaz II

Toba Beta
“Hard to forget first puppy love.”
Toba Beta, Master of Stupidity

L.N. Cronk
“Why?" I whispered. "Why do you love me?"
"God told me to," she said softly. "He told me that you were the one."
"In preschool - when you freaked out just because I got my hair cut."
I pulled back from her and looked to see if she was serious.
She was.”
L.N. Cronk, Chop, Chop

Margaret Peterson Haddix
“But it’d be nice to have someone who cared about me, someone I could talk to
about anything, someone who’d tell me I was really special.”
Margaret Peterson Haddix, Don't You Dare Read This, Mrs. Dunphrey

Susan Elizabeth Phillips
“He’d lapped at her ankles like a lovesick pup, and she’d been exactly what she was now, a woman born too beautiful and too rich to worry about a small thing like integrity.”
Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Ain't She Sweet?

Jake Vander-Ark
“Judge that boy if you must; for debauchery, for objectifying innocence... but before you finalize your verdict, oh innocent reader, I beg you to scan again that last stanza. What you and I overlooked in our cloud of perversion and nasty objectification was the unrestrained joy of a little girl playing dress-up for the very first time.”
Jake Vander Ark, The Accidental Siren

“I used to like you. You liked me back. I knew you liked me. You knew I liked you. Why didn't you try for me? I always tried for you to notice me. You did. Don't be shy. I won't bite.”
Melanie Kay Taylor

Jake Vander-Ark
“She had a woman’s swagger at twelve-and-a-half. Hair: strawberry-blonde, and I vaguely recall a daisy in the crook of her ear. She was an inch taller than me, two with the ponytail; smooth cheeks and darling brown eyes that marbled in luscious contrast with her magnolia skin; cream, melting to peach, melting to pink. She beamed like a cherub without the baby fat; a tender neck; pristine lips that would never part for a dirty word. Her body--of no interest to me at the time--was wrapped from neck to toes with home-made footie pajamas, the kind they make for toddlers, but I didn’t laugh; the girl filled that silly one-piece ensemble as if it were couture.”
Jake Vander Ark, The Accidental Siren

Jake Vander-Ark
“What’s so beautiful about girls?” I would implore.
And the secret society of adults would reply with a smirk and wink as if I was merely a boy who couldn’t possibly have the mental maturity to comprehend such grown-up concepts as love and bleeding vaginas; “You’ll understand someday, James.”
Jake Vander Ark, The Accidental Siren

Jake Vander-Ark
“Every time I think about that girl, my mind commits a sin.”
Jake Vander Ark, The Accidental Siren

Mark A. Rayner
“To live for the hope of something isn’t really living at all, and so, like a child putting away its toys and picking up a tool, he marched to Lyca’s bathroom, to shower off the stench of failure, soap up the death of hope, then wash away the ashes of his love for Daphne.”
Mark A. Rayner, The Fridgularity

Jennifer Echols
“There’s a country song about this. Deana Carter sings about it. Lady Antebellum sings about it. Gosh, not just country artists. Katy Perry. Everybody has a song about it because everybody’s been through it. You find that person at eighteen and you lose yourself. And the tragedy is, it’s the person who’s completely opposed to everything you’ve ever wanted. You bond with that person, and that person breaks your heart. I’m that tragedy, and you’re mine.”
Jennifer Echols, Dirty Little Secret


...the passion contained merely kisses
placed upon lips, neck and cheek
these young lovers of the castle
of which our fairytale speaks...”

Kathryn Littlewood
“Dia tidak pernah takut pada laba-laba, sepeda yang kotor, atau jemarinya terkena panas oven--dan dia sering mengalami semua itu. Namun, berjalan ke ruangan yang sama dengan pria yang ditaksirnya? Itu menakutkan.”
Kathryn Littlewood, Bliss

Gail Carson Levine
“I’d never before been infatuated with someone living, someone real.”
Gail Carson Levine, The Two Princesses of Bamarre

Leila Grandemange
“Puppies are a reflection of unconditional love, entrusted to us like precious seeds. We water them with praise, patience, and love, and watch them grow into full bloom.”
Leila Grandemange, A Story of a Promising Puppy

Lisa Kleypas
“You're not supposed to be on the bed," he told the puppy. "It's contractually prohibited.”
Lisa Kleypas, Chasing Cassandra

Thich Nhat Hanh
“As a culture, we place great stock in external appearance. Our attachment to physical beauty is something that we need to let go of, yet it seems that the majority of people are racing toward it.”
Thich Nhat Hanh, Fidelity: How to Create a Loving Relationship That Lasts

“Riley Carlson: So I guess I know what you wanted to tell me. I mean, you made it pretty clear that you don't want to go out with an average girl.
Marc Hudson: That's right, I don't. I want to go out with YOU. There's nothing average about you, Riley.”
Megan Stine, Boy Crazy

Libbie Hawker
“Think carefully before you issue me a command, Zenobia. For I will do what you tell me, even if I'm the worst possible man for the job.”
Libbie Hawker, Daughter of Sand and Stone

Meg Donohue
“Once we'd balled up our burrito wrappers and tossed them into the trash, Jake and I walked several blocks from El Farolito to the home of Gus, a rescued shepherd mix that I walked a few afternoons each week. Jake sat on the stoop while I ran upstairs. As usual, Gus was waiting for me at the door of his apartment,; I could hear his tail pounding the floor as I turned the key in the lock. Once I got inside, he hopped around me, nipping delicately at my fingers, nails clackety-clacking at the floor, his tail an ecstatic black blur. I knelt down in front of him, pressed his floppy, expressive ears flat back against his head, and planted a kiss on the side of his long, black schnoz. He whined happily, his whole body shimmying. Gus was one of those dogs who had an entirely different personality at home, where his sense of security gave him the confidence to be joyous and goofy. Out on the street, the shelter pup in him came out and he turned skittish and sorrowful, his tan quotation mark eyebrows pressing together to turn his forehead into a series of of anxious wrinkles. Needless to say, I was gaga for Gus and his layered personality.
Downstairs, I could see right away that Jake loved dogs as much as I did. I had to warn him not to try too hard with Gus; too much attention from a stranger would only make Gus more nervous out there in the big loud world. Jake managed to restrain himself for half a block, but soon was cooing down to Gus, running his hand down the length of his silky black-and-tan coat, and passing him a little piece of chorizo from a napkin that he'd somehow slipped into his pocket at El Farolito without me noticing. Gus pressed himself against Jack's leg and looked adoringly up at him as he gobbled the meat, his tail for a moment wagging as freely as it did at home.”
Meg Donohue, How to Eat a Cupcake

Elaine Dundy
“We went to a movie and he kissed me for the first time. We kissed right through it...

“Now let’s kiss somewhere else,” said Max.”
Elaine Dundy, The Dud Avocado

Saralyn Richard
“Naughty? Me? I'm just a sheepdog puppy who wants to have fun.”
Saralyn Richard, Naughty Nana

Alix E. Harrow
“Bella, Samuel explained, had recently produced a litter of burnished bronze puppies. The other Zappia children were busy selling most of them to tourists gullible enough to believe they were a rare African breed of lion-hunting dog, but Samuel had kept one. "The best one. I saved for you. See how he looks at you?" It was true: the puppy in my basket had stopped its squirming to stare up at me with damp, blue-sheened eyes, as if awaiting divine instruction.”
Alix E. Harrow, The Ten Thousand Doors of January

“Infatuation is knowing everything there is to know about fire, except that it burns”
Anan$i, 88

“I'd always catch the way you chewed
on your pencil as you focused,
your scent as you walked by,
or the way you made my name
sound different even though I
had been hearing it the same way
my whole life.”
Anan$i, 88