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Sep

More Cheesy Romance Quotes.

   Posted by: Patrick   in Patrick

Way back in May 2006, I was feeling all silly, as one does, and began pondering the phrase “you can’t judge a book by it’s cover”. I decided, that indeed you can. If it has Fabio on the cover, it’s a cheesy romance novel. In the vein of blue cheesy romance novels (< —–bad Cheese pun), and taking the absence of the other Patrick into account, I have concocted another smooth collection of cheesy romance quotes…..

He stared lovingly into her eyes, briefly noting their milky whiteness, like two freakishly even sized holes in a block of Swiss cheese.

Such was the depth of their love, that it felt like the normal rules of life didn’t apply to them. The spring in their step, the shine in their eyes, all indicated that they felt exempted from the rules. Much like a piece of cheese is exempt from the ten second rule.

They had been inseparable for weeks now. They held each other tightly, never letting each other out of site. It was as if they had bonded at the molecular level, like cheese melted onto toast under the grill.

Their love for each other grew by the day, until it had become all encompassing, like mold on a month old lump of neglected cheese.

After the birth of their beautiful child, the living embodiment of their love, he recalled her pain during child birth. How he had wanted to pick her up and take the pain away, how he had wanted to tell her that he knew just how she felt. After all, he had once eaten a 1 kilo block of cheese in one day.

Maybe one day Fabio will grace the cover of a book with my name on it?

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8 comments so far

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I guess their kid was a real muenster!

Sorry for the…ahem.. cheesy pun.

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Patrick Reply:

**Groan** :roll:

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September 15th, 2011 at 7:57 am
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One can get “cheesy” over all the “cheesy” romance novels.

Okay, that really bit, but that’s all I got.

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Patrick Reply:

Do they make you all gooey, like mozzarella cheese melted on a pizza Leticia?

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September 17th, 2011 at 6:38 am
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LOL! Nope.

Give me sci-fi any day.

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September 20th, 2011 at 8:12 am
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I wonder what fabio looks like now.

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September 20th, 2011 at 4:57 pm
Zot
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The sci-fi version:

“When their bodies met, they held each other so tightly that it was as if the very nuclei of their bodies overcame the coulomb barrier and fused in successive fusion reactions, first Hydrogen and then Helium, then Carbon and Oxygen. As heavier elements fused, they released less and less energy, until finally the Silicon process produced Iron-56 and release energy no more. As they collapsed in on each other, a runaway explosion ensured, releasing as much energy as any normal star would over an entire lifetime. Indeed, their love shined bright enough to destroy every planet within a thousand lightyears, while creating the seeds for a new life.

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September 29th, 2011 at 11:00 am
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The saying is meant to be “you shouldn’t judge a book just by looking at its cover”.
Once, years ago, a teacher at my sons’ primary school was putting up a poster which said “you can’t judge a book by its cover”; I complained, explaining that the poster was wrong, and provided examples. “Look,” I said, “just by looking at the cover, which says Dictionary, I can judge that this book is full of words and their meanings; just by looking at the cover, I can tell that this book contains a brief but accurate description of the basic colours with appropriate examples; and, earlier today, just by looking at cover with the words ‘Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen’ thereon, I was able to judge that the book contained the text of that classic novel, Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen.”

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February 1st, 2012 at 10:05 am

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