I was never wrong about love.
But I was just wrong about you.
"He was always very doting with my sisters. But he’d punish me for everything— like being a little late for curfew, or not doing my homework. If I did anything wrong, he’d make me stay in all weekend. If I tried to explain myself, I’d get in more trouble. He hated excuses. I resented him at the time, but right before he died, he told me that he was harder on me because he knew I had so much potential. And it worked, I guess. Because now I’m a boss, and I hate excuses."
"I wanted to be in the FBI, but then I found out that first you have to be a police officer for four years. And I don’t think I want to do that."
"I’m literally five feet tall. If I tried to arrest someone, they’d think they were being pranked."