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“I always required a bit of worldly experience before my heart went pitter-pat.”
“Now, I really wish I hadn't read that ... because it is causing my heart to go pitter-pat and I'm getting all excited again ... even though I had that under control.”
“Also, Jonathan Strahan has let me know he'll be taking "Swell" for Eclipse Three, news which gives my heart a little pitter-pat.”
“Not that these things are mutually exclusive and, in fact, I think the combination of heart and mind is something at which manga as a medium is particularly adept, but I will almost always pass over the story that is solely “thought-provoking” for the book that makes my heart go pitter-pat.”
“At various times, it had its large restaurant divided into the 400 Room – where the Dixieland Jazz Band were introduced –, the Sophie Tucker Room and the Doraldina Hawaiian Room – was the first in New York to echo with the pitter-pat of turkey-trotting feet –, all offering patrons a choice of environments.”
“The beau whose socks-on-floor drive you crazy also makes your heart go pitter-pat.”
“Makes my heart got pitter-pat for spring to hurry up and get here!”
“On that particular evening he said three little words that sent me into a euphoric spin and made my heart swell with the beat-skipping, pitter-pat feeling usually reserved for puppy love or a new romance.”
“Fry some pork chops, finish them in the oven. deglaze the pan with the brandy and add sage or marjoram, and a pitter-pat of butter. salt and pepper, pour over chops, YUM.”
“Bats owes so much to Doc probably a bit more than the Shadow, at least at the beginning of his career, and seeing the melding of the world that would contain both of them makes my pulpy heart pitter-pat.”
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