"Let me just tell you this, Watanabe," said Midori, pressing her cheek against my neck. 

"I'm a real, live girl, with real, live blood gushing through my veins. You're holding me in your arms and I'm telling you that I love you. I'm ready to do anything you tell me to do. I may be a little bit mad, but I'm a good girl, and honest, and I work hard, I'm kind of cute, I have nice boobs, I'm a good cook, and my father left me a trust fund. 

I mean, I'm a real bargain, don't you think? If you don't take me, I'll end up going somewhere else.

Norwegian wood (Haruki Murakami).
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