I adore Rose & Pistachio chocolate.
I am reading ‘The Dance of the Red Death’.
On ‘Sherlock’, why did John put up with Sherlock’s emotional abuse?
‘When A Man Loves A Woman’ Quote:
‘The Dance of the Red Death’ Quotes:
“Araby’s used to loving people who’ve done terrible things.”
“What do you do?”
‘The Wilt Alternative’ Quotes:
“From the direction of the sink Chinanda could be heard disentangling himself from Eva’s Kenwood mixer which had joined him on the floor.”
“A gurgling noise from the bathroom indicated that Gudrun Schautz hadn’t thought of this interpretation of her orders and was having to make readjustments in her attitude to Wilt’s intelligence.”
“A stream of incomprehensible but evidently malevolent German greeted this suggestion.”
“He then made some extremely disturbing noises which suggested a village idiot having trouble with a fishbone.”
“It says something for Mr Wilt’s constitution that he is still alive.”
“I wouldn’t want t be responsible for introducing the notion of murdering her to a man in Mr Wilt’s condition.”
‘Dead Man’s Folly’ (book) Quotes:
“Poirot shuddered inwardly at the thought of being married to Mrs. Masterton.”
“She just regards him as a kind of machine for tipping out fur coats and jewels and expensive clothes.”
“You wash your face with soap and water until you’re a good deal older than what you are now.”
“I won’t have this ‘ere mucky lipstick.”
‘Crooked House’ Quote: