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“Sometimes being a bitch is all a woman's got to hold on to.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“I'm not making an enemy; I'm keepin' one.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes you have to be a high riding bitch to survive, sometimes, being a bitch is all a woman has to hang on to.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“And sometimes before I went to sleep I'd think: This is how, this is how you pay off bein' a bitch. And it ain't no use sayin' if you haven't been a bitch you wouldn't have had to pay. Because sometimes the world makes you be a bitch.When it's all doom and dark outside and only you inside to first make a light and then tend it, you have to be a bitch.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“When it's all doom and dark outside and only you inside to first make a light then tend it, you have to be a bitch.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“and the rain went rollin down the windowpanes, and the shadows wiggled n' squiggled on her check and forehead like black veins.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“I understood something else, too - that one kiss didn't change a thing. Anyone can give a kiss, after all; a kiss was how Judas Iscariot showed the Romans which one was Jesus.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes being a bitch is all a woman has to hold onto.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“In the fifties... when they had their summer parties - there were always different colored lanterns on the lawn... and I get the funniest chill. In the end the bright colors always go out of life, have you noticed that? In the end, things always look gray, like a dress that's been washed too many times.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“He was a coward at heart, you see, although I never said the word out loud to him —not then and not ever. Doing that's about the most dangerous thing a person can do, I think, because a coward is more afraid of being discovered than he is of anything else, even dying.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“...most of what bein human's about is making choices and payin the bills when they come due. Some of the choices are pretty goddam nasty, but that don't give a person leave to just walk away from em... In a case like that, you just have to make the best choice you can n then pay the price.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“In those days I still believed the love of a man for a woman and a woman for a man was stronger than the love of drinkin and hell-raisin—that love would eventually rise to the top like cream in a bottle of milk. I learned better over the next ten years. The world’s a sorry schoolroom sometimes, ain’t it?”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes, Dolores, sometimes you have to be a high-riding bitch to survive. Sometimes, being a bitch is all a woman has to hang onto.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes being a bitch is all a woman has to hold onto"
~Dolores Claiborne”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Но ако са те наранили толкова жестоко, бягството няма да разреши проблема ти - в крайна сметка, където и да избягаш, ще отнесеш сърцето и главата със себе си.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“We was used to each other in the way I s'pose two old bats can get used to hangin upside-down next to each other in the same cave, even though they're a long way from what you'd call the best of friends.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“In the end, it’s the bitches of the world who abide . . . and as for the dust bunnies: frig ya!”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“I remember thinkin theworld still felt as if it was made of glass, and I had to be damned careful not to slip on it n cut myself when I had to let go...”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“I paid a higher price than anyone will ever know, but I lived with the bargain I made just the same. I did more than that. When the dust bunnies and the dreams of what could have been were all I had left, I took the dreams and made them my own. The dust bunnies? Well, they might have gotten me in the end, but I lived with them for a lot of years before they did. Now you've got a bunch of your own to deal with, but if you've lost the guts you had on the day when you told me that firing the Jolander girl was a boogery thing to do, go on. Go on and jump. Because without your guts, Dolores Claiborne, you're just another stupid old woman.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“A real drunk is only int’rested in two things: puttin paid to the jug in the hand, and huntin for the one still in the bush.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“A veces ser una perra es el único escudo que tiene una mujer”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes you have to be a high-riding bitch to survive,” she says. “Sometimes being a bitch is all a woman has to hold onto.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“A woman's bitchiness is all she has to hold on to.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes, being a bitch is all a woman has to hold onto."
~Dolores Claiborne”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“That ain’t Chanel Number Five I smell comin from the direction of your butt, is it?”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“There ain't no power in heaven or on earth that can stop people from thinkin the worst when they want to.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“В човешкия живот има случаи, когато минутите не съществуват, така че не можеш да ги преброиш.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Your cunt's even worse. Christ, you ain't thirty-five yet and fuckin you's like fuckin a mudpuddle.”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne
“Sometimes being a bitch is all a woman has to hold on to" - Vera Donovan, in Dolores Claiborne”
Stephen King, Dolores Claiborne