“You are trying to kidnap what I have rightfully stolen, and I think it quite ungentlemanly.”
― William Goldman, The Princess Bride
“I am one in a row of specimens. It’s when I try to flutter out of line that he hates me. I’m meant to be dead, pinned, always the same, always beautiful. He knows that part of my beauty is being alive. but it’s the dead me he wants. He wants me living-but-dead.”
― John Fowles, The Collector
“Insurgence and all forms of evil in a society doesn’t describes her as a failure, but vividly shows a lack of love for one another.”
― Michael Bassey Johnson
“Kidnap me and take me away. Throw me across the back of your bike and show me what it feels like to have the wind in your face and the sun on your skin, day in and day out. If it’s anything at all like this then it must be heaven on earth. ”
― C.M. Stunich, Losing Me, Finding You
“You tried to kidnap me, Luc.
Hmm, he murmured. That means I like you.
I arched a brow. Okay. That’s messed up on about a thousand different levels.
Probably, I don’t people well.”
― Jennifer L. Armentrout, The Darkest Star
“If you wanted to kill me, why haven’t you smothered me in my sleep?” “No sport in that.” She gestured towards the ceiling. “Can I expect to be strung up on that bar and gutted like a deer?” He looked up at the bar and frowned. “Too much sport. Lots of heave-hoeing. Big mess to clean up after. Instead, why don’t you just drink the poison-laced whiskey?” He extended the glass toward her again and when she didn’t move he said, “No? Okay then.” He shot the drink. She might not want the edge taken off but he sure as hell did.”
― Sandra Brown, Mean Streak
“If the price I have to pay to see Jewish children playing without an armed escort are freeways across the desert and a take-a-way on every street corner throughout the Middle East, then I’m all for it.”
― Ray Stone, The Trojan Towers
“Being kidnapped and abused by the undead was worse than calculus, but not by a wide margin.”
― Thomm Quackenbush, Danse Macabre (Night’s Dream, #2)
“No child has ever been kidnapped from Disneyland. This is one of many Disneyland urban legends that don’t have a basis in fact. The kidnap stories– urban legends.”
― Leslie Le Mon, The Disneyland Book of Secrets 2014 – Disneyland: One Local’s Unauthorized, Rapturous and Indispensable Guide to the Happiest Place on Earth
“If any subject, kidnaps its beloved; its love becomes the crime. Similarly, if any force, overthrows its elected figure, even assuming a good faith; it is a crime against the state and its people.”
― Ehsan Sehgalquo