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“Whenever you want to marry someone, go have lunch with his ex-wife.”
“When you're married, it's a contract. There's children, a mortgage, a house to keep up, almost like a business. Only you can't quit. She can't fire you. Stock goes up, stock goes down, doesn't matter, you're trapped. Unless you want to bring on the lawyers and open Pandora's box. Resentment builds on both sides. A thousand tiny cuts.”
“Criminal lawyers see bad people at their best, divorce lawyers see good people at their worst.”
“- Walter Burns: Sorta wish you hadn't done that, Hildy.
- Hildy Johnson: Done what?
- Walter Burns: Divorced me. Makes a fella lose all faith in himself. Gives him a... almost gives him a feeling he wasn't wanted.
- Hildy Johnson: That's what divorces are for!”
“There's a group for men in Hollywood called Divorce Anonymous. It works like this: if a member of the group starts to feel the urge to divorce, they send over an accountant to talk him out of it.”
“When I get married, it will be for life - divorce is not an option.”
“Some perfect wife I am. I've been married four times, divorced four times, have no children, and can't boil an egg.”
“Some of the reason why you have so many divorces is that we tend to get married, most of the time, not for ourselves, but for others, or for how it looks to others.”
“- Oliver Rose: I think you owe me a solid reason. I worked my ass off for you and the kids to have a nice life and you owe me a reason that makes sense. I want to hear it.
- Barbara Rose: Because. When I watch you eat. When I see you asleep. When I look at you lately, I just want to smash your face in.”
“There is no winning! Only degrees of losing!”
“She'll never divorce him. She'll kill him but she won't divorce him.”
- Loretta Lynn: Dadgum it, Doo! You never ask me nothing! You just say, "Hey baby, here's the deal, take it or leave it". Well, it's drivin' me crazy, Doo!
- Doolittle Lynn: Well, hell, then let's go up to the house, call a lawyer and get a divorce. I'm tired of this bullshit.
- Loretta Lynn: I don't want no divorce! I just want the dadgum... (continue)(continue reading)
“Mom-You know what I'm realising? My life is just going to go. Like that. This series of milestones. Getting married. Having kids. Getting divorced. The time that we thought you were dyslexic. When I taught you how to ride a bike. Getting divorced... again. Getting my masters degree. Finally getting the job I wanted. Sending Samantha off to...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Sid Luft-You can’t turn up here at one o’clock in the morning and expect…
Judy Garland-I know they should be in bed, okay?! It just doesn’t always work that way. And it gets late because nobody wants to pay to see me at two in the afternoon. And I have to work, because they need things.
Sid Luft-They need an education, Judy. They need ten...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Believe me, I’ve had five divorces. Do you know what five divorces are? Five times I believed in love.”
“I don't see divorce as a failure. I see it as the end to a story. In a story, everything has an end and a beginning.”
“I never want to marry, I just want to get divorced.”
“- Roger Thornhill: My wives divorced me.
- Eve Kendall: Why?
- Roger Thornhill: They said I led too dull a life.”
“Getting divorced with a kid is one of the hardest things to do. It's like a death without a body.”
“Marriage is too interesting an experiment to be tried only once.”