Prue hadn't really been in love with Fabian. Indeed, it was obvious that at times she found him both boring and irritating. But wasn't that what so many marriages were - finding a person boring and irritating and yet loving him? Who could imagine a man who was never boring, or irritating?
The madder I get the more I'm a bore; Don't go - I'll explain what I'm boring you for. I've been known to discourse to myself by the sea, On how boring it is being as boring as me. And if - from politeness - some interest you feign, Then I may make an effort and bore you again. But usually my audiences tend to disperse, So I sit down and bore myself writing a verse.
You can't just skip the boring parts." "Of course I can skip the boring parts." "How do you know they're boring if you don't read them?" "I can tell." "Then you can't say you've read the whole play." "I think I can live a happy life, Meryl Lee, even if I don't read the boring parts of The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark." "Who knows?" she said. "Maybe you can't.