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“Three days later, Josh Friedman, a screenwriter who'd been asked to work on the film's script but turned down the job after learning of the name change, rejoiced over the reinstatement of what he called the Everlasting Gobstopper of movie titles.”
“For example, Tuck Everlasting is surely a Jan Karon novel, last in a series, about the picturesque town of Tuck, itself tucked away in the timeless foothills of the Piedmont.”
“GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS and May You Rest in Everlasting, Eternal Heavenly Peace Eunice Kennedy Shriver.”
“Coming to London in the 1500's, the more advanced "Les Lezards" took power in England aka The Everlasting Empire with William Shakespeare as their first poet Prime Minister and they have been ruling since over a mostly human empire with lizards and sentient automatons in the mix.”
“We had a blast with her last time and now she's back with a super-hot anthology called Everlasting Bad Boys - what a great title.”
“Hey I just noticed the picture of the 3 girls in the white dresses is called Everlasting Sanctuary.”
“This absent-minded, overgrown elf of a man, who laughed at his own jokes and amused children at birthday parties by catching buns in his mouth, this was the man who wrote a book called The Everlasting Man, which led a young atheist named C.S.”
“First (known) League of the Three Forest Cantons (sometimes called the Everlasting League), an undertaking for mutual defense, a kind of constitution, but not an independent federal league, as the cantons did not claim independence.”
“We will not quarrel about names; call the Everlasting what you please.”
“But the Lord hath his Chains, which are called Everlasting, and are always lasting; so that they are never wholly without a Chain.”
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