“The sons go off adventuring or soldiering, and a lot of them get killed, and some make love-matches with commoners or run off to Ethshar and marry for money, but the daughters just hang around cluttering up the castle.”
“A spoonful of mashed potato and gravy narrowly missed my left ear, and I determined then and there to boycott wholesome family restaurants and patronize murky dives where the waitresses wear mini-skirts and fishnet tights, where sleazy characters hang around the bar, and where all the potatoes are french fried.”
“You just hang around here a little while longer," Penrod added, grimly, "and you'll find out who Rupe Collins is, and I pity you when you do!”
““Dr. Murdock, do you want me to hang around for a while?””
“But again, there are various distinctions to consider in that subgroup as well—someone with a teardrop and a cobweb who has gone to AA meetings for forty years is better than someone sporting the drop and the web who smokes crack, is unemployed, and wants to hang around my kid.”
“The day's car-exhaust seemed to have settled down here and was making my eyes smart; it had turned cold; and half a block down the cross street, on the corner of which I was standing, a group of young Negroes was walking toward Lex, so I didn't hang around to encounter them and explain how fond I'd always been of Martin Luther King.”
““Why on earth — or off it, for that matter — would they hang around with a no-account Roman goddess?” she asked.”
“James Carlton didn't hang around to introduce himself.”
“Who needed school and to hang around duck-ass kids all day when I was getting all the education I needed from the School of Hard Dick?”
“What he had to say was, Well, maybe, but the thing is, I think there was a guy on the bus yesterday who used to hang around with Rudy and Little Ed.”
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