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Tattletale Quotes By Chuck Palahniuk

She says, "I'll swear by the rose tattooed on my ass, that old man raped me."
Here, the funeral parade stops. At this point, Comrade Snarky is a victim among victims. The rest of us - just her supporting cast.
Mrs. Clark, leading us, she looks back and says, "He what?"
And from behind his camera, Agent Tattletale says, "Me, too. He raped me first."
Saint Gut-Free says, "Well what the hell ... He poked me, too."
As if poor skinny Saint Gut-Free had enough ass left to poke.
And Mrs. Clark says, "This is not funny. Not in the least."
"Tough," the Matchmaker tells her. "It's wasn't funny, either, when you raped me."
Shaking his ponytail, the Duke of Vandals tells the Matchmaker, "You couldn't pay to get raped. — Chuck Palahniuk

Tattletale Quotes By Manjul Bajaj

A girl is never born alone. From birth she is accompanied by two invisible twin sisters named Lajja and Sharm. Lajja is the older of the twins, split seconds ahead. She whispers warnings, advises modesty, advocates caution. Sharm is the nasty number, the tattletale, the teaser, the guilt-tripper. — Manjul Bajaj

Tattletale Quotes By Peter Watts

I was just a tattletale for small minds back home. — Peter Watts

Tattletale Quotes By Tina Fey

That's the main thing I learned in that job - how to be a considerate coworker. Cover the phones for someone so they can pee. Punch someone's time card in for them after lunch so they can stop and buy a birthday card. Help people when their register doesn't add up. Don't be a tattletale. — Tina Fey

Tattletale Quotes By Suzanne Wright

I'm assuming Mona did something I need to know about. Tell me." Be a tattletale who whined to people's Primes? "No." "No?" Knox echoed with disbelief. Evidently, he wasn't denied things often. Well, Harper did like to introduce people to new experiences. It was more of a calling, really. — Suzanne Wright