I sank my teeth into teeth into the crunchy shell of my first bufriedo and experienced a culinary orgasm. (pg.22)
''Hey, Colonel, why do you call eet the Smoking Hole?'' (pg.193)
''It's like a fishing hole.'' ''Like, if we fished, we'd fish here. But we smoke. I don't. I think Alaska named it.'' (pg.193)
''Bad. She said she still loved me. God, 'I love you' really is the gateway drug of breaking up.'' (pg.78)
''Its not because I want to make out with her.''
'He grabbed a pencil and scrawled excitedly at the paper as if he'd just made a mathematical breakthrough..' (pg.78)
''I picked up a blue chair and threw it against the concrete wall and the clang of plastic on concrete echoed beneath the bridge as the chair fell limply on it's side and I lay on my back with my knees hanging over the precipice and screamed.''
''How could I abandon my parents, who were nice enough to pay for my education at Culver Creek, my parents who had always loved me, just because I maybe liked some girl with a boyfriend?'' (pg.78)