Squelch Writer's Block with These Opening Lines

Writers-block

“I do not hate you.”

“Hit me again.”

“I need another.”

“Stay on this train until the end of the line.”
“This is all I have.”
She stared at him, saying nothing.
He knows it’s wrong, but he can’t help himself.

“What if he says no?”

“You really got ripped off.”

“What kind of woman does something like that?”

I told her I couldn’t.”

“I never said a word.”

“I don’t think it’s a good idea.”

She couldn’t talk to him anymore.

“Turn the music up, please.”

I’ve never been in love before.

“He’s just a friend.”

“Of course it’s stupid.”

“Do you think we should do it?”

All they needed was each other.

“Why do you ask?”

I had never imagined the end of the world.

“Get out of my house.”

“Do you ever get lonely?”

“I don’t need your help.”

She squints in the bright light pouring in through the windows.

“You never listen to me.”

“There’s a time and a place.”

“You promised me.”

“I’m so, so sorry.”

“Your hair smells like strawberries.”

“I don’t like the snow.”

“Funny weather, isn’t it?”

“Excuse me.”

“What do you think?”

“We’re out of milk.”

“What time is it?”

“You’re stupid.”

She was not a beautiful woman.

“How are you, really?”

“Do you find me attractive?”

“Are you married?”

“I’m a moron.”

“How could I have avoided it?”

“No, I’m not sorry.”

He thought he was better off without her.

“Forget I said anything.”

She had grown to love the sound of rain.