"It was a pleasure to burn," flared up Guy Montag
"For the most part, this work is indefensible," pleaded
Perry Mason jurisprudently.
"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," winded Rhett Butler,
belle a closely.
"I dug it, but I still felt like a stranger
in a strange land," burrowed Tarzan wildly.
"This guy should go fly a kite," discharged Ben Franklin
"I wanted to build a fire," flamed Jack London
"I laughed. I cried. I regurgitated a little in the back of my mouth,"
brought up Ralph Buicks reminiscently.