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"You're so obvious. Why didn't you just roll in dog shit to make your outfit complete?" ~ Jamie McGuire
"So you would literally take a bullet for me.""No," Claire said, with zero emotion."No?" Ryan said, surprised at her answer.Claire rolled her eyes, annoyed that she had to answer. "If I have time to stand in the way of a bullet, you have time to move." ~ Jamie McGuire
"He lifted my luggage off the floor. "You're not sleeping on the couch or the recliner. You're sleeping in my bed.""Which is more unsanitary than the couch, I'm sure.""There's never been anyone in my bed but me."I rolled my eyes. "Give me a break!""I'm absolutely serious. I bag 'em on the couch. I don't let them in my room.""Then why am I allowed in your bed?"One corner of his mouth pulled up into an impish grin. "Are you planning on having sex with me tonight?""No!""That's why. Now get your cranky ass up, take your hot shower, and then we can study some Bio." ~ Jamie McGuire
"Dr. Webber rolled her eyes, unimpressed with my timing, and probably a little irritated with my lack of materials. I winked, and the slightest smile touched her lips." ~ Jamie McGuire
"I need another drink!" I said as a second attempt to change the subject. "Shots!" America yelled. Shepley rolled his eyes. "Oh, yeah. That's what you need, another shot." ~ Jamie McGuire
"I rolled my eyes. "I feel like a zoo animal."Travis watched me for a moment, noted those staring, and then stood up. "I CAN'T!" he yelled. I stared in awe as the entire room jerked their heads in his direction. Travis bobbed his head a couple of times to a beat in his head.Shepley closed his eyes. "Oh, no."Travis smiled. "get no….sa…tis…faction," he sang, "I can't get no….sat-is-fac-tion. ‘Cuz I've tried…and I've tried…and I've tried…and I've tried…," he climbed onto the table as everyone stared, "I CAN'T GET NO!"He pointed to the football players at the end of the table and they smiled, "I CAN'T GET NO!" they yelled in unison. The whole room clapped to the beat, then.Travis' sang into his fist, "When I'm drivin' in my car, and a man comes on the…ra-di-o…he's tellin' me more and more…about some useless in-for-ma-tion! Supposed to fire my im-agin-a-tion! I CAN'T GET NO!" ~ Jamie McGuire
"My name's Travis. Travis Maddox." I rolled my eyes. "I know who you are." "You do, huh?" Travis said, raising his wounded eyebrow. "Don't flatter yourself. It's hard not to notice when fifty drunks are chanting your name. " Travis sat up a bit taller. "I get that a lot." I rolled my eyes again, and Travis chuckled. "Do you have a twitch?" "A what?" "A twitch. Your eyes keep wiggling around." He laughed again when I glared at him. "Those are some amazing eyes though," he said, leaning just inches from my face." ~ Jamie McGuire
"No, it's not okay. You said you wanna be friends, but we can't hang out?" I rolled my eyes, and Travis huffed. "Don't roll your eyes at me. Are you coming or not?" ~ Jamie McGuire
"He kissed me before looking at the display, and then shook his head. "Yeah? It was my girlfriend, what do you need, Megan?" He listened for a moment and then smiled, "Well, Pigeon's special, what can I say?" After a long pause, he rolled his eyes. I could only imagine what she was saying. "Don't be a bitch, Megan. Listen, you can't call my phone anymore….Well, love'll do that to ya," he said, looking at me with a soft expression. "Yes, with Abby. I mean it, Meg, no more phone calls…Later." ~ Jamie McGuire
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At schools, the children who are too stupid or lazy to learn languages, mathematics and elementary science can be set to doing the things that children used to do in their spare time. Let them, for example, make mud pies and call it modelling. But all the time there must be no faintest hint that they are inferior to the children who are at work. Whatever nonsense they are engaged in must have—I believe the English already use the phrase—"parity of esteem." An even more drastic scheme is not impossible. Children who are fit to proceed to a higher class may be artificially kept back, because the others would get a trauma—Beelzebub, what a useful word!—by being left behind. The bright pupil thus remains democratically fettered to his own age group throughout his school career, and a boy who would be capable of tackling Aeschylus or Dante sits listening to his coeval's attempts to spell out 'A Cat Sat On A Mat'."
Author: C.S. Lewis

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