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Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Forgotten history. You, however, are my present. (Varyk)Oh, Forgotten history. You, however, are my present. (Varyk)
Oh, goody. Do I have to wear a bow? (Fang)
Sherrilyn Kenyon
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Jay McInerney: Tears come to your eyes, and you feel Tears come to your eyes, and you feel such a rush of tenderness and pity that you stop beside a lamppost and hang on for support. Jay McInerney
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Chuck Klosterman: The most wretched people in the world are The most wretched people in the world are those who tell you they like every kind of music 'except country. Chuck Klosterman
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Betty Hill: And then I went to the University of And then I went to the University of New Hampshire for two years, and then the war came along. — Betty Hill
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By John C. Maxwell: Successful people don't have any fewer problems than Successful people don't have any fewer problems than unsuccessful people; they just have a different mindset in dealing with them. — John C. Maxwell
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Charles Dickens: Really, for a man who had been out Really, for a man who had been out of practice for so many years it was a splendid laugh! — Charles Dickens
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Martin Freeman: I love eating. I mean, I really, really I love eating. I mean, I really, really love eating. — Martin Freeman
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By Annie E. Clark: I got offstage and was just looking at I got offstage and was just looking at my hands, and they were shaking. I was like, 'I wanna kill someone! What's happening?' — Annie E. Clark
Great Frank Drebin Quotes By John Bunyan: Thou art beaten that thou mayest be better. Thou art beaten that thou mayest be better. — John Bunyan