Back in Paris,” he [Maurice] said, “I knew a girl who was so different, so daring, so ahead of her time that people mocked her until the day they found themselves imitating her. Do you know what she used to say?”
Belle shook her head.
“She used to say ‘The people who talked behind your back are destined to stay there.’
[…] he added, "Behind your back. Never to catch up.
Beauty & the Beast ; movie novelization adapted by Elizabeth Rudnick
Belle: What are you reading?
Belle: “Guinevere and Lancelot.
Beast: Well, actually…“King Arthur and the Round Table.” Knights, and men, and swords and things…
Belle: Still… It’s a romance.
Beast Boy: Aww man, it’s raining again.
Raven: I actually kind of like it.
Beast Boy: Why? What could possibly be better than going out under the sun?
Raven: Staying indoors like this with you.
Beast Boy: …
[massive spoilers] The Ultimate Oathbringer Chicken List
All the times chickens show up in Oathbringer, and what kind of animal they actually are.
1. Chicken One - chapter 11
“He recognized the man leading the archers. Tall, with an imperious bearing and stark white plumes on his helm. Who put chicken feathers on their helms?”
What it actually is:
Pheasant? Peacock? Hopefully not an actual chicken because that helm would look really shabby.
2. Chicken Two - chapter 15
“It’s all relevant,” Adolin said.
“Eating chicken before a match?”
Adolin grinned. “Well, maybe some things are personal quirks.”
What it actually is:
HOPEFULLY REAL CHICKEN. I do hope Adolin hasn’t been eating cute sparrows these past six years.
3. Chicken Three - chapter 22
He looked exactly like the other soldiers they’d passed, save for that face.
And the chicken on his shoulder.
A chicken. It was one of the stranger varieties, pure green and sleek, with a wicked beak. It looked much more like a predator than the bumbling things she’d seen sold in cages at markets.But seriously. Who walked around with a pet chicken? They were for eating, right? Adolin noted the chicken and raised an eyebrow.
they say ‘time heals,’ but even now i know that’s a lie. what people really mean is that eventually you’ll get used to the pain. you’ll forget who you were without it; you’ll forget what you looked like without your scars. written by tess.