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1. "En lugar de eso, lo que decía era: -Hay alguien que olvida cuáles son sus obligaciones semanales.Hablar con ella suponía un complicado ejercicio, difícil de entender para quien no lo haya experimentado. Mis circuitos mentales debían hacer ese triple esfuerzo de preguntarse: A: ¿Quién debe ser ese "alguien"? B: ¿Qué "obligación" he descuidado? C: Por el amor de Dios, ¿por qué no habla claro?"
Author: Albert Sánchez Piñol
2. "I took a lot of long summer road trips with my dad, and the mix of music we listened to on the road skipped around from classical to Western to new age to hyper-cinematic."
Author: Alex Ebert
3. "—¿Puede una mariposa nocturna alejarse de la luz que será su perdición? ¿Deja de acercarse de nuevo, cada vez que retrocede un instante al notar que se abrasa?—Tú tienes más cerebro que uno de esos insectos.—Y también más necesidad de ella que el insecto de la luz."
Author: Ángeles Ibirika
4. "But maybe my expression isn't as bad as I think it is. Maybe Galen's just really good at reading me. Or maybe he's just being overly mushy himself. He is a tad protective, after all. I glance at Toraf, who's sitting on the other full-size bed next to Rayna. And Toraf is already looking at me. When our eyes meet, he shakes his head ever so slightly. As if to say, "Don't do it." As if to say, "You really don't want to do it." As if to say, "I know you really want to do it, but I'm asking you not to. As a friend."I huff, then adjust myself in Galen's death grip. It's not fair that Galen and Toraf silently ask me to accept this. That my mother is putty in Grom's proficient hands. That her temperature barely raised a degree around my dad, yet Grom, within an hour of reunion, has her titanium exterior dissolving like Alka-Seltzer in hot water. I can't accept it. Won't. Will. Not."
Author: Anna Banks
5. "Oh, era suntuoso, y la suntuosidad hecha carne. Los trombones crujían como láminas de oro bajo mi cama, y detrás de mi golová las trompetas lanzaban lenguas de plata, y al lado de la puerta los timbales me asaltaban las tripas y brotaban otra vez como un trueno de caramelo. Oh, era una maravilla de maravillas. Y entonces, como un ave de hilos entretejidos del más raro metal celeste, o un vino de plata que flotaba en una nave del espacio, perdida toda gravedad, llegó el solo de violín imponiéndose a las otras cuerdas, y alzó como una jaula de seda alrededor de mi cama. Aquí entraron la flauta y el oboe, como gusanos platinados, en el espeso tejido de plata y oro. Yo volaba poseído por mi propio éxtasis, oh hermanos."
Author: Anthony Burgess
6. "A los mayores les encantan las cifras. Si les hablas de un nuevo amigo tuyo, nunca te preguntarán por lo esencial. Nunca te dirán: "¿Cuál es el timbre de su voz? ¿Cuáles son los juegos que más le gustan? ¿Colecciona mariposas?" Te preguntarán: "¿Qué edad tiene? ¿Cuántos hermanos tiene? ¿Cuánto pesa? ¿Cuánto gana su padre?" Sólo entonces creerán conocerlo. Si dices a los mayores: "He visto una bonita casa de ladrillos color rosa, con geranios en las ventanas y palomas en el tejado...", no conseguirán imaginarse esa casa. Hay que decirles: "He visto una casa de cien mil francos". Entonces exclaman: "¡Qué fabuloso!"
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
7. "I kept my babies fed. I could have dumped them, but I didn't. I decided that whatever trip I was on, they were going with me. You're looking at a real daddy."
Author: Barry White
8. "I get asked to give stuff to my dad. I'm, like, 'I'm not gonna pass your script to him!' You know? My dad's my dad. I'm not his agent."
Author: Domhnall Gleeson
9. "En una descripción bien hecha, aunque sea obscena, hay algo moral: la voluntad de decir la verdad. Cuando se usa el lenguaje para simplemente obtener un efecto, para no ir más allá de lo que nos está permitido, se incurre paradójicamente en un acto inmoral."
Author: Enrique Vila Matas
10. "Scripture has always been a part of my life. My dad was a pastor. My mother was a speaker, writer, and teacher. I memorized Scripture from the time I was little."
Author: Gloria Gaither
11. "Kublai [Kan] pregunta a Marco:-Cuando regreses al Poniente, ¿repetiras a tu gente los relatos que me hacer a mi?-Yo hablo, hablo -dice Marco- pero el que me escucha solo retiene las palabras que espera. Una es la descripcion del mundo a la que prestas oidos benevolos, otra la que recorrera los corrillos de descargadores y gondoleros del canal de mi casa el dia de mi regreso, otra la que podria dictar a avanzada edad, si cayera prisionero de piratas genoveses y me pusieran el cepo en la misma celda que a un escritor de novelas de aventuras. Lo que dirige el relato no es la voz: es el oido"
Author: Italo Calvino
12. "Her brother really was devastatingly handsome in a disheveled, wise-ass sort of way. Females followed him around like he was the Pied Piper of sex. Sydney constantly cautioned him about his choice in women and using protection. After all, he came from wealth. That made him ripe pickings to be some money hungry girl's sugar daddy. Especially since he went through those women like toilet paper."
Author: Jenny Lyn
13. "I cut off a piece of meatball dripping with sauce. I tried to make my face right. I tried to smile and not grimace, tried to close my eyes in delight , not panic; tried to swallow, not gag. They watched me like hawks.'Delicious,' I said, still chewing. They tasted like salt and shit and gristle.'As good as you remember?''Better.'I got through two. I drank a lot of water. I broke them down into fractions of themselves, sixteen more to go, fourteen more, eight, one. In my head I said sorry to grandad, and to the lamb or pig or mixture of creatures I was eating. I put my knife and fork together with four of them still swimming on my plate."
Author: Jenny Valentine
14. "Más adelante, pensé en aquellos primeros días como el momento en que aprendimos como especie que nos habíamos preocupado por las cosas equivocadas: el agujero de la capa de ozono, la desaparición de los casquetes polares, la gripe porcina y del Nilo, las abejas asesinas. Aunque supongo que lo que nos preocupa nunca es lo que acaba ocurriendo al final. Las verdaderas catástrofes siempre son diferentes, inimaginables, imprevistas y desconocidas."
Author: Karen Thompson Walker
15. "Mais tarde, viria a pensar que esses primeiros dias foram a altura em que aprendemos como espécie que andávamos preocupados com as coisas erradas: o buraco na camada de ozono, o degelo das calotes polares, o vírus do Nilo Ocidental, a Gripe Suína e as abelhas assassinas. As verdadeiras catástrofes eram sempre diferentes - inimagináveis, sem aviso, desconhecidas."
Author: Karen Thompson Walker
16. "Through pain and growth, I have come to appreciate -no, more than that-I've come to love my fence, even though it may be different than the neighbors'. The concept of perfection is not flawless or ripped from a magazine. It's happiness. Happiness with all itsmessiness and not-quite-thereness. It's knowing that life is short, and the moments we choose to fill our cup wiht should be purposeful and rich. That we should be present for life, that we should drink deeply. And that's perfection. And my dad and my mom and my family-my past, present, and future with Nella, what the world may view as broken or damaged-have taught me what true beauty really is."
Author: Kelle Hampton
17. "Rafe grinned. "So we are dating?""No. You have to pass the parental exam first. It'll take you awhile to compile the data. They'd like it in triplicate."I turned to my parents. "We have Kenji. We have my cell phone. Since we aren't officially dating, I'm sure you'll agree that's all the protection we need."Dad chocked on his coffee."
Author: Kelley Armstrong
18. "Another night then,' Mom said. 'Maybe on the weekend we can have a barbecue and invite your sister.' 'Or,' I said turning to Rafe, 'if you want to skip the whole awkward meet-the-family social event you could just submit your life story including your view on politics religion and every social issue imaginable along with anything else you think they might need to conduct a thorough background check.' Mom sighed. 'I really don't know why we even bother trying to be subtle around you.' 'Neither do I. It's not like he isn't going to realize he's being vetted as daughter-dating material.' Rafe grinned. 'So we are dating.' 'No. You have to pass the parental exam first. It'll take you awhile to compile the data. They'd like it in triplicate.' I turned to my parents. 'We have Kenjii. We have my cell phone. Since we aren't yet officially dating I'm sure you'll agree that's all the protection we need.' Dad choked on his coffee."
Author: Kelley Armstrong
19. "Jack, who apparently always had to be moving in some way, had made up for the missing knife by grabbing a half loaf of French bread and methodically ripping it into tiny pieces."What," I said, narrowing my eyes. "Why don't faeries like bread?""Hmm?" Jack looked up, then shrugged. "I dunno."Lend picked up a piece, crumbling it. "My dad said he thought it was because it was the staff of life for people.""Nasty stuff tastes like mold," Jack said. "I tried a piece once a while ago when I was still trying to force myself to eat normal food so I could stay here. It was like a shock to my whole system." He shuddered at the memory."
Author: Kiersten White
20. "Vamos a ver. Ya sabes cómo, al final de Romeo y Julieta, Julieta se despierta en la cripta y Romeo ya está muerto? Él pensó que ella estaba muerta por lo que se quitó la vida a su lado?...Bueno, imagina que ella se despierta y él todavía estaba vivo, pero.. Pero él hubiera matado toda su familia. Y quemado su ciudad. Y matado y esclavizado su pueblo"."
Author: Laini Taylor
21. "My legs felt shaky and I gripped the back of Dad's chair. The still images on the screen stared back at me. "Do you know what caused it?" I asked. No one said anything. I looked at Mom. "What triggered it?" "You did," she said gently. "We think you're the trigger."
Author: Mara Purnhagen
22. "Mental kita itu juga seperti otot tangan atau kaki.Jika terlatih dengan baik, otot kita menjadi kuat,...cepat, dan bisa bertahan lama.Mental yang jarang digunakan,memang akan melemah, dan mengutamakan istirahat.Yang penting, bukan kerasnya upaya belajar,tapi teraturnya waktu belajar.Sedikit-sedikit tapi teratur,lebih baik daripada masif tapi dadakan."
Author: Mario Teguh
23. "Someone's at the door! Someone's at the door!!!" they both yelled."I just told you, it's my—" I called, knowing they couldn't hear."Hey. Get away from the door, you miserable jack-off," I heard Chuck shout at my dad. "I'll rip your ass in half.""Me too! I'll rip your ass in half, too!!" yelled Johnny Depp. "We hate you. We hate you. We hate you. We hate you.""You guys, knock it off," I said, racing to open the door. "I just told you...it's my—Hi, Daddy," I said, hugging him."Come on in! Great to see you again!!" screamed Chuck."Thank God you're finally here!" screamed Johnny Depp. "We missed you. Where you been? Welcome back! Who are you??"
Author: Merrill Markoe
24. "On 11 September 2001, a bunch of Saudis killed almost 3000 US civilians, which led to the construction of a monument in New York City. My question is: Are we also going to build monuments in Kabul, Baghdad, and Tripoli to commemorate the thousands of civilians the US has killed since then? By the way, I should mention that neither Kabul, Baghdad, nor Tripoli is in Saudi Arabia; supposedly, the Saudis are our "friends", and if you'll forgive the old cliché, with friends like these, who needs enemies?"
Author: Michel Templet
25. "-No voy a dejar que hagas esto –dije.-No me vas a detener.-Su voz era baja, ahora. Indescriptiblemente sexy. Mis ojos revolotearon cerrándose. –Como el infierno que no lo haré –le susurre-.Podría matarte.- Entonces moriría feliz.- No es gracioso.- No estoy bromeando.Abrí los ojos y me centre en los suyos. –Sería más feliz sin ti –le mentí tan convincentemente como pude.-Es una lastima. –La boca de Noah se curvó en la media sonrisa que yo amaba y odiaba tanto, a pocos centímetros de mi ombligo.Mi cabeza estaba nublada. –Se supone que debes decir. "Todo lo que quiero es tu felicidad. Voy a hacer lo que sea, incluso si eso significa estar sin ti."- Lo siento –dijo Noah-. No soy tan buena persona. –Sus manos subieron por el costado de los vaqueros, a mi cintura. Las yemas de sus dedos razonaron la piel justo debajo de la tela de mi camisa. Traté de calmar mi pulso y fallé.- Me quieres –dijo Noah simplemente, en definitiva-. No me mientas. Lo puedo escuchar.- Irrelevante –suspiré."
Author: Michelle Hodkin
26. "Boys are adorable. Boys trail off their sentences in an appealing way. Boys bring a knapsack to work. Boys get haircuts from their roommate, who "totally knows how to cut hair." Boys can pack up their whole life in a duffel bag and move to Brooklyn for a gig if they need to. Boys have "gigs." Boys are broke. And when they do have money, they spend it on a trip to Colorado to see a music festival. Boys don't know how to adjust their conversation when they're talking to their friends or to your parents. They put parents on the same level as their peers and roll their eyes when your dad makes a terrible pun. Boys let your parents pay for dinner when you all go out. It's assumed."
Author: Mindy Kaling
27. "SAUDADESAUDADE...-Que será...yo no sé...lo he buscadoen unos diccionarios empolvados y antiguosy en otros libros que no han dado el significadode esta dulce palabra de perfiles ambiguos.Dicen que azules son las montañas como ella,que en ella se obscurecen los amores lejanos,y un nobre y buen amigo mío(y de las estrellas)la nombra en un temblor de trenzas y de manos.Y hoy en Eça de Queiroz sin mirar la adivino,su secreto se evade, su dulzura me obsedecomo una mariposa de cuerpo extraño y finosiempre lejos - tan lejos! - de mis tranquilas redes.Saudade...Oiga, vencido, sabe el significadode esta palabra blanca que como un pez se evade?No...Y me tiembla en la boca su temblor delicado...Saudade..."
Author: Pablo Neruda
28. "The End of the Most Amazingest Trip in the History of Time "We're heading home after checkout, Enzo," Dad told me one morning in the restaurant of a Sacramento hotel as I was busy scarfing down French toast stuffed with cheese and drenched in maple syrup. I will never eat stuffed French toast again. The trip was over? How did this happen? All six weeks couldn't possibly have come and gone so fast. Time is so unfair. It whizzes by when you're having the most incredible fun of your life, then drags when you're totally miserable, like, say, when you're stuck at the wedding of people you're not even sure you know. Dad and his boss, Evan, set their hands on my shoulders, to steady me. I was feeling pretty wobbly. Then they took turns tousling my hair. I hate having my hair tousled. "Don't!" I whined like a little kid, and pushed their hands away. Evan laughed. "Don't take it so hard. Even the most awesome things have to come to an end"
Author: Patrick Jennings
29. "In the original draft I was 27 and Peter was 55 in the script. That's not the same as a guy in his 40s and a dad in the end of his 70s. It's a different point in both our lives."
Author: Paul Reiser
30. "The description of Huck's father grabbed my full attention, and I glanced up at the book in my teacher's hand as if to double check. My eyes bulged reflexively. Huck's father was an abusive drunk just like mine. The boy was hopeful that a corpse found near the river was actually his dad, but it turned out not to be. It was spooky how high my hopes rose for the boy, and then sank so utterly low when the body was discovered to be a female in disguise. I should've mourned for the woman, but it was the boy I felt bad for."
Author: Richelle E. Goodrich
31. "Ah…" Favonius nodded sympathetically. "I don't blame you for being nervous, Nico di Angelo. Do you know how I ended up serving Cupid?" "I don't serve anyone," Nico muttered. "Especially not Cupid." Favonius continued as if he hadn't heard. "I fell in love with a mortal named Hyacinthus. He was quite extraordinary." "He…?" Jason's brain was still fuzzy from his wind trip, so it took him a second to process that. "Oh…" "Yes, Jason Grace." Favonius arched an eyebrow. "I fell in love with a dude. Does that shock you?" Honestly, Jason wasn't sure. He tried not to think about the details of godly love lives, no matter who they fell in love with. After all, his dad, Jupiter, wasn't exactly a model of good behavior. Compared to some of the Olympian love scandals he'd heard about, the West Wind falling in love with a mortal guy didn't seem very shocking. "I guess not. So…Cupid struck you with his arrow, and you fell in love."
Author: Rick Riordan
32. "You sure are quick to strip, boy," Dad said, clearlydisapproving. "Lemme get this straight."
Author: Shannon Delany
33. "We all started snowboarding in the beginning as a family just to be closer together, go on trips. It was our soccer, but instead of Dad yelling at me from the sideline he is there riding with me and hitting the jumps even before I am hitting them."
Author: Shaun White
34. "Get a grip, Dad. I'm not going to do anything you wouldn't do at my age.'He stands up and says, 'That's it. You're canceling this date."
Author: Simone Elkeles
35. "I smoothed Colton's blanket across his chest and tucked him in snug theway he liked—and for the first time since he started talking about heaven, Iintentionally tried to trip him up. "I remember you saying you stayed withPop," I said. "So when it got dark and you went home with Pop, what didyou two do?"Suddenly serious, Colton scowled at me. "It doesn't get dark in heaven,Dad! Who told you that?"I held my ground. "What do you mean it doesn't get dark?""God and Jesus light up heaven. It never gets dark. It's always bright."The joke was on me. Not only had Colton not fallen for the "when it getsdark in heaven" trick, but he could tell me why it didn't get dark: "The citydoes not need the sun or the moon to shine on it, for the glory of God givesit light, and the Lamb is its lamp."
Author: Todd Burpo
36. "O que me põe louco é a natureza dupla desta ninfeta - de todas as ninfetas, quiçá; esta mistura, na minha Lolita, de uma infantilidade terna e sonhadora com uma espécie de horripilante ordinarice, que provém das enfadonhas modelos fotográficas da publicidade e das revistas, com os seus narizinhos travessos..."
Author: Vladimir Nabokov

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