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“Wey! Dont be stepin on those flowres motherfuckers! I just planted that shit!”
“- Vanessa Bloome: My only interest is flowers.
- Barry B. Benson: You know, our last queen was elected with that very slogan.”
“Flowers? How much? If you spend any more on this thing, you can pick the daisies off my grave! Get plastic!”
“If you want to say it with flowers, a single rose says: 'I'm cheap!'.”
“- Alice: Oh, but that's nonsense. Flowers can't talk.
- The Rose: But of course we can talk, my dear.
- Orchid: If there's anyone around worth talking to.
- Daisy: Or about.”
“- General Sternwood: Do you like orchids?
- Marlowe: Not particularly.
- General Sternwood: Nasty things. Their flesh is too much like the flesh of men. Their perfume has the rotten sweetness of corruption.”
“In our town, the puffballs and spring arrive hand in hand. These are the sort of puffballs that drift around, soaring over the cemetery, where all rest in peace, soaring over the beachfront and over the Germans, newly arrived, who don't feel the cold. Drifting, drifting... swirling... swirling... swirling... Drifting, drifting, drifting!”
“In my yellow room, sunflowers with purple eyes stand out on a yellow background; they bathe their stems in a yellow pot on a yellow table. In the corner of the painting, the signature of the painter: Vincent. And the yellow sun that passes through the yellow curtain of my room floods all this illumination with gold; and in the morning upon...” (continue)(continue reading)
“These flowers will wither and fade. All flowers do. But mine will resist. At least they'll have a chance.”
“The government stepped in and banned tulip trading. Overnight, the market crashed. Thousands were left destitute. All this stemmed from a love of beauty, a passion for flowers whose lives are even briefer than our own. But while the blooms had faded, the paintings remained.”
“Flowers? What do I want with flowers? They... They only die. I've got enough on my plate without flowers.”
“- Kaplow: Now delicately remove the flowers, please. Now, that black object at the bottom of the vase is a detonator. The bomb will not explode unless I choose to detonate.
- Amy: Then why did I have to be careful with the flowers?
- Kaplow: Because they're pretty.”
“Before you were born, Amsterdam was captivated by a flower: the tulip. They came from far away in the East and were so rare and beautiful that people lost their senses in wanting to own them. Rich and poor were spending and borrowing money to join the trade in bulbs, which were going up in price all the time. None more so than the rare striped...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Aw, Christ, what did that geranium ever do to you?”
“Flowers are essentially tarts. Prostitutes for the bees. There is, you'll agree, a certain 'je ne sais quoi' oh so very special about a firm, young carrot.”
“I should like to change into a sunflower most of all. They're so tall and simple.”
“Your hair is like a field of silver daisies. I'd like to run barefoot through your hair!”
“- Elizabeth Driscoll: I have seen these flowers all over. They are growing like parasites on other plants. All of a sudden. Where are they coming from?
- Nancy Bellicec: Outer space?
- Jack Bellicec: What are you talking about? A space flower?
- Nancy Bellicec: Well why not a space flower? Why do we always expect metal ships?
- Jack Bellicec:...” (continue)(continue reading)