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|Hazlitt, William I almost wish I could be more exciting, that I could match what is |
happening out there to me. - Houston, Whitney I sometimes compare press
officers to riflemen on the Somme -- mowing down wave upon wave of distortion,
|If there remained any show- business frontiers for Houston to conquer, none |
seemed beyond her reach. Yet, in the ... "I almost wish I could be more exciting,"
she told Entertainment Weekly, "that I could match what is happening out there to
|Houston clarified, "She's my best friend, who knows me better than any woman |
has known me. ... and its soundtrack album, she noted offhandedly, "I almost wish
I could be more exciting— that I could match what is happening out there to me.
|... was so much fun I wished it wouldn't end; the only thing that held me back from |
total happiness was knowing I would have to ... Now I started drinking more
because of knowing how my parents were going to treat me. ... She wrote to me
and told me how lonely she was and she used to hug my shirts and wish I were
there with her. ... so she went out and killed it. ... I started wondering what would
happen if I took two boxes of matches because I knew something would happen
back to ...
|“I was sent here more to learn what happens at ABA, and possibly as a reward for |
good conduct.” “You're ... “It would be more fun,” she said, looking at me directly,
and speaking in measured tones, “ifI had a knowledgeable guide to show me ...
|of the sets of silky polka dot bras and matching panties. I tried to ... There were |
decidedly different reactions from the motley crew of folks. The store ... I would
have claimed I'd never seen her before in my life, but she seemed to know me. ...
Lord, I wish I could get through to AuntJane, she's probably at home worrying
right now. ... They were most likely thinking it'd be more fun to be outside in the
tornadic wind than here in Intimate Apparel. ... I could almost make out some
|Besides, this arrangement guaranteed me an awkward situation, since I only had |
two friends and neither of their last names were anywhere near ... I wish I could
have chaperoned this time; I know we would have more fun than this boring
conference I have to go to next week. ... I snorted and rolled my eyes to match her
theatrical flair before turning back to the window. ... I think she still wishes I were
more girly, but at least she'd stopped dragging me out to go clothes shopping
|I truly had been there when that happened, or this, or this. ... At least part of the |
time a horse and buggy would be employed so I didn't have to drag my leg
around. And business gradually became more robust: the cessation of hostilities
soon brought a new wave of the curious — not curious ... Bonmot would almost
always say, making me smile. ... I just have to lead them around to interesting
places. ... I wish I could say my lunches with Bonmot felt the same as before, but
they did not.
|I heard the click and turned, and he was just standing there with his hand still on |
the knob, looking at me, his head tilted a little ... It was everything I could do not to
wrap my legs around him as well. ... say we had matching lumps in our pants. ...
went into my mouth, and when he started rubbing his lumpy pants crotch against
mine, my knees went out from under me. ... the movies, they often show the lovers
taking each others' clothes off, like that's supposed to be making things more fun.
|Well, all of you fighting McKnights, scattered over the globe, will probably have |
no more exciting experience to tell your grandchildren! ... Edward, with the Air
Corps in England, and James, flying in Italy, probably can match thrills with Olline
, but Elmo, down at Camp Shelby, can't — yet! Speaking of Cambridge (Harvard)
reminds me to tell you that Comos Brocato (Merigold) and Purvey Griffin are there
, too, ... I wish I could send you some of my jonquils, Berlin — they are so lovely