“Sadie”–Quote

Hello, Monday! Y’all, this is the 10th quote I’ve posted, which means if you go back and read all of them, you’ll have a pretty solid introduction to the book if you haven’t had the chance to read it yet.

In today’s quote, we get some dialogue with Hansen. Hansen is one of those all-around Southern boy-types. He has moments where you look at him like, “Aww, he’s kind of sweet.” And then moments where you just tilt your head to the side, trying to figure the boy out because he’s one fry short of a Happy Meal.

So in today’s prime example, Sadie and Hansen have just met for the first time. He tells her the name Sadie means “princess,” and she’s impressed. Then he tells her how he knows that:

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See? One fry short.

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P.S. “Pekinese” can also be spelled “Pekingese,” but they both refer to the little dog breed. The stuff you learn.

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3 thoughts on ““Sadie”–Quote

    • You know it’s true! There’s also that time in class when he tells Sadie about his favorite organ…

      Awesome! Thanks! I’ll add you to my list. I’ll be sending out the newsletter next week (hopefully)!

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