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I ENJOY BEING A BOY - Queers

... a cranberry sea And starfish dance under my drawbridge And blackbirds make nests in my tree I enjoy being a boy, in love with you I enjoy being a boy in love with you In love with you girl, oh yeah I live in a purple plum ...

I Enjoy Being A Boy - The Queers Play

... a cranberry sea And starfish dance under my drawbridge And blackbirds make nests in my tree I enjoy being a boy, in love with you I enjoy being a boy in love with you In love with you girl, oh yeah I live in a purple plum ...

Beautiful Boy - Nikki Flores Play

... , (yeah) Queer eye, (oh) straight guy (oh) Louis V accessories he wears them like a mannequin Sorta understandable my boyfriends always mad at him Completely harmless To be completely honest he's not even my type I just enjoy my beautiful boy And I know ...

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RBMA Paris Lecture - Kindness

... . If you're playing a music festival, and you realize that an artist of colour or queer artist is being marginalized and you're being given an opportunity that they're not, maybe you say something. Say something to the ...

Join Me Please... (Home Boys - Make Some Noise) - Mantronix

... quite clear Naive to those that don't know what it means to be fair Yes I swear, I know you're aware That we are the glorious pair, not queer Technically corporated, and not incarcarated So comprehensive and so designated Yes as ...

Lemon Demon:Zander Vs. Crunchy - Neil Cicierega

... up Cuz I've got the munchies! Crunchy: Dear Lord, you must be bored Tryin' to pick a fight with the dark overlord Crunchy sees no worthy enemies here Just a little queer with a disturbing ghetto rear Ghetto mike gear, it's time to ...

Ring Of Joy - Pansy Division Play

... trust It's a natural feeling Don't let anyone tell you it's not You don't have to be queer But it helps alot It's an orifice for liberation It's an orifice for celebration Ring ...

Wizard Of The Year - Team StarKid Play

... ? (Gilderoy!) Trapped Jafar inside of a lamp? (Gilderoy...) Gilderoy: Stories of wonder for each girl and boy Paperback or hardback, for you to enjoy Form an orderly line Kids: It's Gilderoy! Gilderoy: Ladies, one at a time Kids: It's Gilderoy! ...

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Chap. 6) - Lewis Carroll

... little thing howled so, that Alice could hardly hear the words:? 'I speak severely to my boy, I beat him when he sneezes; For he can thoroughly enjoy The pepper when he pleases!' CHORUS. 'Wow! wow! wow!' 'Here! you may nurse it ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 6.4) - Thomas Hardy

... the eye of Heaven and the Church?yours only; and can't be anybody else's by any act of man." "Ah?indeed? ? Separated, have they!" "You see, the eldest boy was mine?" "Oh?yours!" "Yes, poor little fellow?born in lawful ...

The Mayor of Casterbridge (Chap. 21) - Thomas Hardy

... , yet the old-fashioned stranger instinctively said "Blood built it, and Wealth enjoys it" however vague his opinions of those accessories might be. Yet as regards the enjoying it the stranger would have been wrong, for until this very evening ...

The Return of the Native (Chap. 1.3) - Thomas Hardy

... to let a few grey hairs show themselves in the hussy's head. How old be you, Christian?" "Thirty-one last tatie-digging, Mister Fairway." "Not a boy?not a boy. Still there's hope yet." "That's my age by baptism, because that's put down ...

The Phantom Rickshaw - Rudyard Kipling

... by the man himself. ?Told me he never used a dead Memsahib?s ?rickshaw. ?Spoiled his luck. Queer notion, wasn?t it? Fancy poor little Mrs. Wessington spoiling any one?s luck except her own!? I ...

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Joke! - Kardi

... workout clothes fresher than your new gear With them tight ass jeans, dressing like you queer Don?t get it twisted, man, a nigga ain?t hating They ask if someone iller, I Sanaa like ...

How the Poor Die - George Orwell

... as some young student stepped forward to take his turn at manipulating you he would be actually tremulous with excitement, like a boy who has at last got his hands on some expensive piece of machinery. And then ...

Treehouse of Horror IV - The Simpsons

... a yo-yo. LISA Dad, do you notice anything strange? HOMER Yeah, his hairdo looks so queer. BURNS I heard that! HOMER It was the boy! At the dinner table. HOMER Ooh, punch! LISA Ew, Dad, this is blood! HOMER Correction ...

Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street - Herman Melville

... was an unpleasant idea; and yet, permit him to enjoy his cadaverous triumph over me,?this too I could not think of. What was to be done? or, if nothing could be done, was there any thing further that I could assume ...

Moby-Dick (Chap. 16: The Ship) - Herman Melville

... view forward And half concealed in this queer tenement, I at length found one who by his aspect seemed to have authority; and who, it being noon, and the ship's work suspended, was now enjoying respite from the burden of command ...

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The Confidence-Man (Chap. 30) - Herman Melville

... some passage, I have laid down the volume, and said: 'This Shakespeare is a queer man.' At times seeming irresponsible, he does not always seem reliable. There appears to be a certain?what shall I call it??hidden sun, say, about him, at once ...

The Piazza Tales (Bartleby) - Herman Melville

... was an unpleasant idea; and yet, permit him to enjoy his cadaverous triumph over me?this, too, I could not think of. What was to be done? or, if nothing could be done, was there anything further that I could assume in ...

Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... normal -- you hear -- normal from year's end to year's end. And you say, Absurd! Absurd be -- exploded! Absurd! My dear boys, what can you expect from a man who out of sheer nervousness had just flung overboard a ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 11) - Joseph Conrad

... level of the street like a fairy palace. That meretricious splendour was the only one to be met in Mrs Verloc?s visions. She remembered brushing the boy?s hair and tying his pinafores?herself in a pinafore still; the consolations administered to a small ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 12) - Joseph Conrad

... eyes gleamed lustrously like the eyes of a masked woman. Ossipon?s rigidity had something business-like, a queer official expression. He was heard again all of a sudden, as though he had released a catch ...

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The Secret Agent (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... sufferings as a man and a father were perfectly genuine. Afterwards Stevie had to be kept from making himself a nuisance to the single gentlemen lodgers, who are themselves a queer lot, and are easily aggrieved. And there was always the anxiety of his ...

Victory (Chap. 1.5) - Joseph Conrad

... in. It was even possible that Heyst had already gone on board, where he could enjoy a coolness denied to the town. Davidson, being stout, was much preoccupied with coolness and inclined to immobility. He lingered awhile, as if ...

Victory (Chap. 2.3) - Joseph Conrad

... was becoming a bore with his inability to talk of anything else but Heyst's unfitness to be at large, Heyst's wickedness, his wiles, his astuteness, and his criminality. Schomberg no longer pretended ...

Youth (Part 1) - Joseph Conrad

... good seamen of course, and between those two old chaps I felt like a small boy between two grandfathers. "The ship also was old. Her name was the Judea. Queer name, isn't it? She belonged to a man Wilmer, Wilcox?some name like ...

Brave New World (Chapter 7) - Aldous Huxley

... and the skin diseases and the old people. But the performance itself?there seemed to be nothing specially queer about that.                       "It reminds me of a lower-caste Community Sing," she told Bernard.                       But a little ...

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Ragged Dick, Chapter 24: DICK RECEIVES A LETTER - Horatio Alger

... the letter. "Yes," said Dick. "I know a chap that's at boardin'-school there." "It appears to be in a boy's hand. I think it must be yours." The letter was handed to Dick through the window. He received it eagerly, and ...

House of the Seven Gables (Chap. 3) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... been likely enough to do, not knowing what to make of the tragic attitude and queer scowl wherewith she regarded him. "Well, child," said she, taking heart at sight of a personage ...

“The Custom-House” (Introductory to the Scarlet Letter) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... these commodities had paid the impost, and gone regularly through the office. Borne on such queer vehicle of fame, a knowledge of my existence, so far as a name conveys it, was carried ...

Twice Told Tales (Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure) - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... ruin, yet only his body remained in these miserable circumstances, while his aspiring soul enjoyed the sunshine of a bright futurity. It was his nature to be always young, and the tendency of his mode of life to keep him so ...

Life On The Mississippi (Chap. 14) - Mark Twain

... me out of bed, all in a cold sweat, with one of those dreadful war-whoops. A queer being?very queer being; no respect for anything or anybody. Sometimes he called me "Johnny." And he kept a fiddle, ...

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Chap. 5) - Mark Twain

... pocket behind, as usual on Sundays?accidentally. Tom had no handkerchief, and he looked upon boys who had as snobs. The congregation being fully assembled, now, the bell rang once more, to warn laggards and stragglers, and then a ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 23) - Mark Twain

... did the fervent execrations. The barber grew confused, and brought blood every time. I think the boys enjoyed it better than any thing they have seen or heard since they left home.         We ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 7) - Mark Twain

... on board a small steamer bound for the venerable Moorish town of Tangier, Africa. Nothing could be more absolutely certain than that we are enjoying ourselves. One can not do otherwise who speeds over these sparkling waters and breathes the ...

The Prince and The Pauper (Chap. 2) - Mark Twain

... to lament his shabby clothing and his dirt, and to wish to be clean and better clad. He went on playing in the mud just the same, and enjoying it, too; but, instead of splashing around in the Thames solely ...

Wuthering Heights (Chap. 21) - Emily Brontë

... cousin, is he?? ?Yes,? he, replied, ?your mother?s nephew. Don?t you like him!? Catherine looked queer. ?Is he not a handsome lad?? he continued. The uncivil little thing stood on tiptoe, and ...

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Wuthering Heights (Chap. 3) - Emily Brontë

... : she had only lived there a year or two; and they had so many queer goings on, she could not begin to be curious. Too stupefied to be curious myself, I fastened my door and glanced round for the bed. The whole ...

Education as a Social Function - John Dewey

... the environments to another, he is subjected to antagonistic pulls, and is in danger of being split into a being having different standards of judgment and emotion for different occasions. This danger imposes upon the ...

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