Thursday, February 21, 2013

“When I grow up, I'd like to be dangerous.”

Me too, Kiki, me too.


Holy moly, I like this book. Mostly because of passages like this:

"I've always found that one of the biggest benefits of being a girl is that most people refuse to take you seriously. While boys must be constantly monitored and are always the first suspects when anything goes wrong, everyone expects girls to do what they're told. It may seem a little insulting at first, but low expectations can be a blessing in disguise. If you're smart, you can use people's foolishness to your own advantage. It's amazing what you can get away with when no one bothers watching."

Straight up in your face YES.

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