Bloodsucking Fiends Quotes.

1. "He was a writer and words were his weapons."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

2. "I've won Satan's lottery."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

3. "The Winter Woman is as wild as a blizzard, as fresh as new snow. While some see her as cold, she has a fiery heart under that ice-queen exterior. She likes the stark simplicity of Japanese art and the daring complexity of Russian literature. She prefers sharp to flowing lines, brooding to pouting, and rock and roll to country and western. Her drink is vodka, her car is German, her analgesic is Advil. The Winter Woman likes her men weak and her coffee strong. She is prone to anemia, hysteria, and suicide."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

4. "She doesn't understand that a writer is a special creature--that I'm different from everyone else. I'm not saying I'm superior to other people, just more sensitive, I guess."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

5. "She's evil. Evil, evil, evil. I want to see her naked."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

6. "He shuffled along with the hang-dog look of the cosmically fucked."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

7. "You're going to break my heart, aren't you?"
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

8. "Sweetheart, wake up; you've destroyed the house and I need you to suffer for it."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

9. "They were told what they wanted and they believed it. They can only keep their dream alive by being with others like themselves who will mirror their illusions."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

10. "She had a lot of nerve signing her note "Love." [...] But she did sign it that way: "Love." What did that mean? Did she mean it, or was it habit? She probably signed all of her letters with "Love." Dear Insured, We are sorry but your policy will not pay for your barium enema as it was done for recreational purposes. Love, Jody. Claims Dept... Maybe not."
- Christopher Moore, Bloodsucking Fiends

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