Virginia: I am not certain if I have ever known love!
Boots: Allow me to purr at you.
Bandit: Scratch my ears, scratch my ears, scratch my ears!
Virginia: I need a room of my own.
Boots: Dummy and Sons?
Dickens: That bonnet is blocking your ears
Ladycat: Why are Romans considered generous?
Shakespeare: Because they will lend you their ears!
Boots: I do not want to be an honorary slave!
Tolstoy: Slav, it’s Slav!
Shakespeare: Kit Marlowe’s new play opens tonight.
Boots: So young and so successful!
Dickens: The next installment is a secret. One must not let the cat out of the bag.
Ladycat: One ought never put a cat in a bag.
Boots: I trouble deaf heaven with my Bootsie cries
Shakespeare: Get over yourself
Virginia: I am working on “The Waves”.
Bandit: Surf’s up! YOLO!
Ladycat: Do you really love the sound of boots crunching on the frozen tundra?
Tolstoy: I do, in books.