Them: Trudeau is barley in his office.

Me: Well I am never on my throne so I cannot complain about his methods.

My old country literally just placed a painting on the throne instead.

Aslong as I remain anywhere else except Poland?

My Diplomatic Immunity sticks…⁂

https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/7bmwgq/jesus-christ-king-of-poland-876
“She was a ray of sunshine, a warm summer rain, a bright fire on a cold winter’s day, and now she could be dead because she had tried to save the man she loved.

Quote from Grace Willows To Kiss a King
Copyright © 2017 by Julie Brookshier and Robin Woods
All rights reserved. Except for use in a review, the reproduction or use of this work in whole or in part in any form is forbidden without written permission of one or more of the authors.
This is a fictional work. Names, characters, places, and events are merely the product of the authors’ imaginations or used fictitiously, purely for entertainment purposes. Any resemblance to actual persons, living, dead, or undead or any business establishments, events or places past, present, or future, is entirely coincidental.” 

― Grace Willows, To Kiss a King
“Lucifer waits in the wings applying his makeup, ready to take center stage once his servants have finished entertaining us into insouciance” 

― Dean Cavanagh
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7th_Heaven_(TV_series)
“What does Éloa mean?”

He narrowed his gaze, answered her literally. “It’s the name of an angel.”

Penelope tilted her head, thinking. “I’ve never heard of him.”

“You wouldn’t have.”

“Was he a fallen angel?”

“She was, yes.” He hesitated, not wanting to tell her the story, but unable to stop himself. “Lucifer tricked her into falling from heaven.”

“Tricked her how?”

He met her gaze. “She fell in love with him.”

Penelope’s eyes widened. “Did he love her?”

Like an addict loves his addiction. “The only way he knew how.”

She shook her head. “How could he trick her?”

“He never told her his name.” 

― Sarah MacLean, A Rogue by Any Other Name
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