The Quote “Reader, I Married Him” from Jane Eyre, but with Verbs Other than “Married”

Here is the quote “Reader, I Married Him” from the novel Jane Eyre but the verb “married” is replaced with so many verbs you forget what words in this sequence even mean:

  • Reader, I tinkered him
  • Reader, I buttered him
  • Reader, I cremated him
  • Reader, I assembled him
  • Reader, I roundhoused him
  • Reader, I canoodled him
  • Reader, I bifurcated him
  • Reader, I buccaneered him
  • Reader, I pocketed him
  • Reader, I snuffled him
  • Reader, I bamboozled him
  • Reader, I walkbouted him
  • Reader, I sporked him
  • Reader, I discombobulated him
  • Reader, I dolloped him
  • Reader, I jimmied him
  • Reader, I skyped him
  • Reader, I swipe-righted him
  • Reader, I Gone Girled him

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