"Vampires have no business teaching children. Vampires are terrifying."
"It's a joke Isabelle. He's the count. He likes counting. You know. "What did the count eat today, children? One chocolate chip cookie, two chocolate chip cookies, three chocolate chip cookies..."
There's a rush of cold air as the door of the resturant opened, letting in another customer. Isabelle shivered and reached for her black silk scarf. "It's not realistic."
"What would you prefer? "What did the Count eat today, children? One helpless villager, two helpless villager, three helpless villagers..."
((Chapter 1: Conversation between Simon & Isabelle about the Count from Sesame Street. Isabelle doesn't understand why they have a "vampire" teaching children how to count))
"So what was that all about?"
"I think," Jace said, "that she asked if she could touch my mango."
"She said that?"
Jace shrugged. "Yeah, then she gave me her number."
"White for Shadowhunters is the color of funerals," Luke explained. “ But for mundanes, Jace, it’ s the color of weddings. Brides wear white to symbolize their purity.”
“I thought Jocelyn said her dress wasn’t white,” Simon said.
“Well,” said Jace, “I suppose that ship has sailed.”
Luke choked on his coffee.