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“- Sugar Ray: I want somebody on him. Vera, do you have a girl?
- Vera: I've got a girl who's pussy is so good, if you threw it up in the air it would turn into sunshine.”
“What would a woman that fine want in a big, fat, nasty, greasy, fat, stank, bloated, cheesy-backed, 12-sandwich-eatin' bastard?”
- Adele Wolff: You smell that? Smells like the same shit in a different suit.
- Jane Marke: You think a dog knows how to work a Frisbee? Master says, "Fetch", and the bitch listens.
- Adele Wolff: You would look so sexy with a Frisbee in that mouth.
“Any girl can be glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.”
“I find something fascinating about the quiet man in the background who has no desire to be the center of attention.”
“A bad boy with a good heart, I think that would be perfect for me.”
“I find men terribly exciting, and any girl who says she doesn't is an anemic old maid, a streetwalker, or a saint.”
“- Ann: What is your ideal man?
- Leslie: He has the brains of George Clooney in the body of Joe Biden.”
“Gerry, I'm a woman! We don't say what we want! But we reserve the right to get pissed off if we don't get it. That's what makes us so fascinating! And not a little bit scary.”
“You're just a bee charmer, Idgie Threadgoode. That's what you are, a bee charmer.”
“I love being regarded as a sex symbol, but I can't take it too seriously.”
“If you're an attractive guy, everyone thinks you're successful just because of the way you look. I hate that.”
“You seem too nice to be a lawyer.”
“- Dr. Zempf: Has anybody instructed Lolita in the facts of life?
- Humbert Humbert: The facts?
- Dr. Zempf: The facts of life. You see, Lolita is a sweet, little child, but the onset of maturity seems to be giving her a certain amount of trouble.
- Humbert Humbert: I really don't think that this is a fit topic.
- Dr. Zempf: Well, Dr. Humbert, to...” (continue)(continue reading)
“What drives me insane is the twofold nature of this nymphet, of every nymphet perhaps, this mixture in my Lolita of tender, dreamy childishness and a kind of eerie vulgarity. I know it is madness to keep this journal, but it gives me a strange thrill to do so. And only a loving wife could decipher my microscopic script.”
“- Gertrude Bell: I operate for no one.
- Sir Mark Sykes: What is it then that attracts you to the Bedouin out there?
- Gertrude Bell: Something that you and your world you can not ever understand. It's their freedom. It's their dignity. It's their poetry of life.”
“I always say there's something about Latin men. For one thing, they can dance. For another thing - what's your telephone number?”
“- Isobel Merton: Oh Violet. After all these years you still astonish me.
- Violet Crawley: Oh good, I'm glad I'm a revelation and not a disappointment.”
“- Dolly Moore: This guy's got a lot of class.
- Terry Larue: Yeah? If he's got so much class, what's he doin' with you?”