Scotty liked all of the books that I recommended Even if he didn’t I...– (Tire Swing, Kimya Dawson)
Hey, I’m calling you back. Uh, she’s been a bitch tonight (and by bitch I mean...– (Let’s Have A Kiki, Scissor Sisters)
Y aunque nadie lo ha dicho, amor Es claro lo que pasa Vos me llamás a...– (Quiero, Miranda!)
Are we just at the mercy of simple math?
Lionel: Isn't it weird how there's three gay kids in film class and only, like, 11 in the entire school?
Marshall: That we know of.
Lionel: Still, compared to the straight kids, that's practically nothing. Here's a fun question that won't end in a giant fight. If the two of us didn't live in Kansas and lived in the city of, say, Fairytown, Homo-hio... Would you and I still be together? I'm just asking... Are we a couple because we love each other, or are we just at the mercy of simple math?
Marshall: I guess I don't see those things as mutually exclusive.
Nervous walks in a park I never knew could get so dark I’m running out...– (Apples and Pairs, Slow Club)
Caroline! See she’s the reason for the word “bitch” I hope...– (Roses, OutKast)
And I would be the one To hold you down Kiss you so hard I’ll take your...– (Possession, Sarah McLachlan)
Before day break there were none, And as it broke there was one, From moon to...– (On’n’On, Justice)
Oh, to be young and to feel love’s keen sting…– (Dumbledore)
Everywhere I look I just see you On your own All that it took Was one call...– (Household Goods, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)
We mimic the openness Of the ones we love Dovetail our generosity Equalize...– (Crystalline, Björk)
It was an act of devotion. A little like writing or loving someone—it doesn’t...– (It Chooses You [Article] by Miranda July) http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2011/10/it-chooses-you.html