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Updated: 10/5/2021
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  • No!
  • i want to see mom
  • a drink would be so nice right now then I can relieve
  • are you ok?
  • "' I want to be with mom.'" "'Go text your friends.'""'I don't have any friends.'" "'Go make some.'" (Boyle, 3)
  • "I was going to strictly limit myself to, even if I woke up exhausted, I could always find a way to make it to lunch and just let things coast after that. So I went into the kitchen and fixed myself a gin- and- tonic, because that was what I'd been drinking that night at the Roxy, and carried it into the room at the end of the hall that had once been a bedroom and was now (Katie's joke not mine) the relieving room." (Boyle, 5)
  • he is better than you
  • I'll beat your small a**
  • do it then! I love her more
  • "Then it all went dead, and there was somebody standing in front of me, and I didn't recognize her, not at first, how could I? 'Dad,' she was saying. 'Dad, are you there?' I blinked. Tried to focus. 'No,' I said finally, shaking my head in a slow emphasis, the word itself, the denial, heavy as a stone in my mouth. 'I'm not here. I'm not. I'm not'" (Boyle, 19)
  • I can't do this anymore...
  • why??? I promise I'll be better!
  • "'Stop,' I said. 'Reset.' It was my dog, Queenie, that was what is was, dead on the road that morning, and who'd let the gate ajar so she could get out in the first place? Even though he'd been warned about it a hundred times?" (Boyle, 18)
  • Wes gets upset at Lisa because he thinks that her and a different dude had something going on. Lisa talks about how the other guy is better than him. Wes wants to fight this dude and talks about how he isn't as scary and how he had an advantage because the guy was on drugs. (Boyle, 17) Wes gets upset at Lisa because he thinks that her and a different dude had something going on. Lisa talks about how the other guy is better than him. Wes wants to fight this dude and talks about how he isn't as scary and how he had an advantage because the guy was on drugs. (Boyle, 17)
  • "' This isn't working,' and I was going to say, 'working? what the fuck are you talking about? what does work have to do with it? I thought this was about love. I thought it was about commitment.' " (Boyle, 17)