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Famous Quotes By Paul Zindel

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He was practically pushing the hot dogs down his throat. — Paul Zindel

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It's kind of spooky when you are caught talking to God everybody thinks you're nuts. They used to call you a prophet. — Paul Zindel

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If you leave me, I'll want to die. Love, Elizabeth Carstensen. — Paul Zindel

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I like storytelling. We all have an active thing that we do that gives us self-esteem, that makes us proud; it's necessary. I have to tell stories because that's the way the wiring went in. — Paul Zindel

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Our life would be what we made of it
nothing more, nothing less. — Paul Zindel

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The mustard lined his lips. At one point a strand of sauerkraut was smeared against his chin. — Paul Zindel

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For Sale: Complete set of encylopedias. Never used. Wife knows everything. — Paul Zindel

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There was no one else to blame anymore. No Bores or Old Ladies or Nortons, or Assassins waiting at the bridge. And there was no place to hide-no place across any river for a boatman to take us.
Our life would be what we made of it-nothing more, nothing less.
Baboons.
Baboons.
They build their own cages, we could almost hear the Pigman whisper, as he took his children with him. — Paul Zindel

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I find everything demoralizing,' Dennis said. — Paul Zindel

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But now Nature starts doing things. The hormones start rolling and those old testicles start producing and all the rest of it
like breathing. You don't go around asking for it. It happens. It happened to me when I was twelve.
(Sean) — Paul Zindel

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They ought to bury people in hospitals and let sick people get well in the cemeteries. — Paul Zindel

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And the day your childhood dies is probably the first day you really know what guilt is. — Paul Zindel

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This sex thing. We never used to be hung up like this. Nature doesn't give little kids problems except when there's some kind of an accident
like that eight-year-old South American girl that had a baby. But that's practically a mutation, right? — Paul Zindel

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Once inside, Dennis almost keeled over from the smell of cooked cabbage. Why was it that any girl he took out had a house with an incredible smell? — Paul Zindel

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I really hate it when a teacher has to show that she isn't behind the times by using some expression which sounds so up-to-date you know for sure she's behind the times. — Paul Zindel

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There's no one else to blame. No Bores or Old Ladies or Norton or Assassins waiting at the bridge. — Paul Zindel

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Dennis had just kissed her once, and she was screaming for a hamburger. — Paul Zindel

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You're a bore, I said to me. You're puny. You're lacking in quality, like a pair of factory-rejected Fruit of the Loom shorts. And this was without considering any sexual problems, since I've never had sex with anyone except myself. — Paul Zindel

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When are you getting married?'
'After graduation, stupid. — Paul Zindel

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Watch the little things in life, the ones you have control over. Keep your eyes glued to the peas and every speck of dust on the floor. — Paul Zindel

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Be yourself! Be individualistic!' he called out after me. 'But for God's sake get your hair cut. You look like an oddball. — Paul Zindel

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In fact, the thing Lorraine and I liked best about the Pigman was that he didn't go around saying we were cards or jazzy or cool or hip. He said we were delightful ... — Paul Zindel