He wanted everything he had, that body, that girl, that car, that freedom, that way of thinking. What he would give to have hair that moved so freely in the wind. ” ― Brooke Davis, “She stands under the hand dryers in the rest room, because she likes the feeling of wind whooshing through her hair, as though she's leaning her head out a car window on the highway, or like she's Superman, circling the Earth. To that "Grease Megamix." Where do you go if you're good and bad? Hoch und runter auf der Rolltreppe, zuerst gehend, dann springend, hüpfend und winkend wie die Queen.
How does the hand dryer know to start as soon as you stick your hands out? Sie setzt sich oben an die Treppe und schaut zu, wie die Stufen sich selbst verschlucken.
“Did Errol ever know that his life would be just a dash on a gravestone?
That everything he did and all the food he ate and the car trips he took and the kisses he gave would all end up as a line on a rock? ” ― Brooke Davis, “The start date and the end date are always the important bits on the gravestones, written in big letters.
It's amazing, this, but the women in the restroom don't notice, and just stare, panicked, into the mirror, trying to work out what's wrong with them before anyone else does.” ― Brooke Davis, “En ineens weet ze zeker dat ze het kleinste ding is dat ooit is gemaakt, nog kleiner zelfs dan de stukjes gruis in haar rug, of de mieren die om haar voeten kruipen, want de wereld is zo groot, zo vol met bomen en sterren en sterven dat ze misschien wel precies, denkt ze, een liggend streepje is.” ― Brooke Davis, “You see, Squirt, there's heaven, and then there's hell. Was passiert, wenn die Stufen sich nicht rechtzeitig flach machen?
Hell is where they send all the bad people, like criminals and con artists and parking inspectors.
So this is to my…brother and my little sis in-law, and in love. Anna: First they put away the dealers,keep our kids safe and off the street.