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1. "'If life is pain, one could say that killing is an act of compassion. I look forward to my own death, you know. But dying is like losing you virginity. You can only do it once. I'm saving it for the right moment.'"
Author: Amanda Steiger
2. "Losing your virginity is a lot like when you find out that Santa doesn't exist… First you're slightly disappointed, and then you're happy because you're in on the secret"
Author: Ben Mitchell
3. "I always thought losing my virginity would be a memorable event with fireworks and theme music and maybe a parade afterward. But no."
Author: Chelsea Fine
4. "Girls are losing their virginity at 15, 16. I'm not promoting that. But my songs are talking... about me becoming a man."
Author: Chris Brown
5. "And secondly, losing your virginity doesn't make you a slut. I slept with your father when I was your age. . . ''Mia,' my father roared from the other room.'What? So we're going to lie to her now,?' she shouted back.He walked in. 'What if your mother finds out? Or my mother?''Robert, it was twenty years ago. I don't think there's much they can do.'He looked at me, pointing a finger. 'No sex for you.' He used the Soup Nazi's accent from Seinfeld."
Author: Melina Marchetta
6. "How could she be sorry about losing her virginity in a romance-novel way on a sunset sail?"
Author: Peggy Webb
7. "Almost everyone can remember losing his or her virginity, and most writers can remember the first book he/she put down thinking: I can do better than this. Hell, I am doing better than this! What could be more encouraging to the struggling writer than to realize his/her work is unquestionably better than that of someone who actually got paid for his/her stuff?"
Author: Stephen King

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(Beth) "You can't leave me behind!""I can and I will, if I have to break your neck to keep you from following me.""I'd like to see you try.""No, you wouldn't." His voice was flat, unemotional, but even in the darkness she could see the faint flicker in his eyes. She looked behind her, at the crumpled body of the pot smoking soldier, his head at an odd angle, his eyes open and staring."Oh, God," she whispered, horrified. What had seemed a strange kind of nightmare was suddenly, terribly real. "Did you kill him?""No, the tooth fairy came along and took care of him."
Author: Anne Stuart

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