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“I feel like a Kentucky Fried idiot.”
“- Sybylla Melvyn: They're fortunate, aren't they? Every day they get their food.
- Aunt Gussie: As long as I remember.
- Sybylla Melvyn: They never have to look for water in a dried-up creek. Scratch for a living, like all our countrymen, forced on the road to beg.
- Aunt Gussie: Perhaps they're meant to counterbalance the ugly things in life.”
“- Jewel: For a bird from Minnesota, you've got some moves.
- Blu: Oh, that wasn't a move, it was an accident. But I accept the compliment.”
“We are not people, we're birds. We have to get out into the wild and be birds, Blu.”
“- Roy Lee: What's an auk?
- O'Dell: It's a bird that don't fly.
- Roy Lee: You mean like a parakeet?”
“Storks don't deliver babies anymore! If anyone finds out about this, I am dead meat!”
“When you use a bird to write with, it's called tweeting.”
“Normally when a bird lands on my beat I kill it, before it can shit.”
“Every bird instinct I have says don't follow a dog on wheels.”
“- Chuck: The pigs are stealing our eggs!
- Leonard: Set sail for Piggy Island!”
“What kind of place is this? It's beautiful: pigeons fly, women fall from the sky! I'm moving here!”
“Dear God, make me a bird. So I could fly far. Far far away from here.”
“You ever wondered what our lives down here must look like to a bird?”
“Well you know what they say... birds of a feather flock to vagina.”
“Your grandfather used to say that a bird which flies into your house is an angel. You must look upon his presence as a blessing.”
“Tie two birds together, and even though they have four wings, they cannot fly.”
“- Fumes: When I die, I'd like to come back as a bird.
- Sailor: Why?
- Fumes: Because man, I could fly free, and easy, and if I saw someone I really didn't care for, I'd drop a hot one on 'em!”
“The birds in the desert eat only flesh, and there is no wind.”
“Flying is much more than flapping wings. A bird can flap its wings and not move an inch then when it wants to fly the slightest flick of its wings sends it up against the sky. You have to feel that air has substance and can hold you up. It's mostly a matter of confidence.”
Dreyfus once wrote from Devil's Island that he would see the most glorious birds. Many years later in Brittany he realized they had only been seagulls. For me they will always be “glorious birds”.
“- Birdy: Do you like pigeons?
- Al Columbato: What's to like?
- Birdy: They fly.
- Al Columbato: They fly. So what?
- Birdy: That's enough.”