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Ideal Husband, An - 1999 Movie Quotes


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4318 I love talking about nothing. It's the only thing I know about. (full quote)
7262 Dear Father, we men married a women we deserve and we should have a very bad time with this... (full quote)
  what one wears is fashionable. what other people wear is unfashionable. Other people are dreadful. (full quote)
3605 To love oneself is the start of a lifelong romance. (full quote)
3605 If you think my position in Parliament means anything to my wife, you are wrong. It means everything to my wife. (full quote)
3605 Excuse me a moment. I'm in the middle of my performance of the attentive son. (full quote)
3605 To look at a thing is quite different from seeing a thing, for one does not see a thing until one sees its beauty. (full quote)
16782 Fashion is not what other people wear, Phipps, it is what oneself wears. Other people are quite dreadful. The only possible company is oneself. To love oneself is the start of a lifelong romance. (full quote)
16782 But I love talking about nothing, Father. It's the only thing I know anything about. (full quote)
  The truth is....I lied. (full quote)
  You dislike me. I am quite aware of that and I have always detested you. (full quote)
  My dear father, when one pays a visit it is for the purpose of wasting other people's time and not one's own (full quote)
22187 Distressingly little time for sloth or idleness. (full quote)
22187 The only possible society is oneself. To love oneself is the begining of a lifelong romance. (full quote)
  1) But I love talking about nothing, Father. It's the only thing I know anything about. 2) That's a paradox, sir. I hate paradoxes. 1) Yes, you know, everybody's a paradox these days. It makes society so...obvious. 2) Do you always understand everything you say, sir? 1)Yes...if I listen carefully. (full quote)
  I love tedious, practical subjects. what I don't like are tedious, practical people. (full quote)
  1) It tells me that a person who was once guilty of a dishonest act may be guilty of it a second time, and must be shunned. 2) Would you apply that rule to everybody? 1) Yes, without exception. 2) Then I am truly sorry for you, Gertrude. It has been my experience that people always apply morality to those they dislike. You dislike me; I am quite aware of that. And I have always detested you. (full quote)
  1) What's that saying about there being a sea and plenty of fish in it? 2) Oh yes, but, you see, I couldn't possibly marry a fish. I'd be sure to land an old trout. (full quote)
  1) You are thirty-six... 2) Shh! Father! I only admit to thirty-two! 1) You are thirty-six and YOU MUST HAVE A WIFE! 2) A wife? Uhh. (full quote)
  1) You could always get married. 2) Yes. It's the 'always' part that alarms me. (full quote)
  1) I hate political parties...bunch of nobodies talking about nothing! 2) Yes, but I love talking about nothing, Father. It's the only thing I know anything about. 1) That's a paradox, sir! I hate paradoxes! 2) So do I, Father. Everyone one meets is a paradox nowadays. It makes society so...obvious. 1) Do you always understand everything you say, sir? 2) Yes...if I listen carefully. (full quote)
  1) We were very well-suited, as I remember. 2) Well, I was rich and you were poor. It suited you very well indeed. Until you met the baron, who was richer...and that suited you even better. 1) Have you forgiven me yet? 2) My dear woman, it was all so long ago, I've all but forgotten. (full quote)