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Grow A Spine Quotes By Nick Wilgus

Kids are always hanging on your tits," I added. "By the time they grow up, you've got tits down to your knees and curvature of the spine. — Nick Wilgus

Grow A Spine Quotes By G.S. Jennsen

The woman's gaze sent chills racing down his spine. The diabolical, aberrantly predatory arch of her lips curdled his blood. Seriously, his blood must be curdling back at the lab right now.

"Nice illusion. I'm definitely feeling the evil vibe here."

She stood and rounded the desk with perfect grace. "There is no illusion. Explain yourself quickly now, before I grow bored by your presence and dispense with it. — G.S. Jennsen

Grow A Spine Quotes By Will Durst

The reason the Democrats are so intent on passing a stem-cell bill is they're depending on the research to grow themselves a spine. — Will Durst

Grow A Spine Quotes By Coco J. Ginger

I write with my spine, create through my heart and defiant mind. Happy or not happy, it's real, it's living like blood, pen and paper. Hearts that wake up racing, wanting. Trading fear in for the hurt, the hard, the challenge, the change, the pain, the stuff that makes you grow bigger, stronger, better. Granting you the crazy, the genius, the ability, the power to change the world. — Coco J. Ginger

Grow A Spine Quotes By Paul Kearney

I am almost dizzied by a sudden knowledge, as cold as snow down my spine; that I, too, will grow up one day like everyone else, and look back and miss the years gone by, and the things I could have done, should have done. And growing up is suddenly not something to be impatient for, not all jam and buns and doing as one pleases. It is precisely the opposite. — Paul Kearney

Grow A Spine Quotes By Jodi Picoult

My mother ... she is beautiful, softened at the edges and tempered with a spine of steel. I want to grow old and be like her. — Jodi Picoult