Quote of the Day

“Maybe we could call the police from that phone booth,” Klaus said.

“Dragnet!” Sunny said, which meant “But the police think we’re murderers!”

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Carnivorous Carnival – Lemony Snicket

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“Like me,” Sunny said, and abruptly stood up.  Violet and Klaus gasped in surprise as their baby sister took her first wobbly steps, and then walked closely beside her, ready to catch her if she fell.

But she didn’t fall.  Sunny took a few more self-sustaining steps, and then the three Baudelaires stood together, casting long shadows across the horizon in the dying light of the sunset.

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Vile Village – Lemony Snicket

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“It’s her,” Klaus said, speaking quietly so Hector wouldn’t hear him.  “I’m sure of it.  Isadora Quagmire wrote this poem.”
“I think so, too,” Violet said.  “I’m positive it’s her handwriting.”
“Blake!” Sunny said, which meant “And the poem is written in Isadora’s distinct literary style!”

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Vile Village – Lemony Snicket

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“I couldn’t find any ropes at all,” Violet admitted, as she rejoined her siblings. “But I did find these extension cords, which might work.”
“I took these curtain pulls down from some of the windows,” Klaus said. “They’re a little bit like ropes, so I thought they might be useful.”
“Armani,” Sunny offered, holding up an armful of Jerome’s neckties.

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Ersatz Elevator – Lemony Snicket

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“Aregg?” Sunny asked incredulously. “Incredulously” is a word which here means “not being able to believe it,” and “Aregg” is a word which here means “What? I can’t believe it.”

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Austere Academy – Lemony Snicket

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“Delmo!” Sunny offered, which probably meant something along the lines of “If you wish, I will bite the telephone to show you that it is harmless.”

A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Wide Window – Lemony Snicket