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“- John Milner: It's the little twerp!
- Carol: Don't little twerp me, John, I've grown.
- John Milner: A little bit.”
“You gotta have a boyfriend, don't you? Otherwise it's just you and a cat and, before you know, 40 candles on your birthday cake.”
“See that woman right there? That's my mother and when I grow up... I want to be just like yours.”
“Stephen's tired of himself. Tired of feeling the same things in himself. Time comes when a man's got to feel something new, and he's got to feel young again, just because he's growing old.”
“One day I'm going to be a beautiful butterfly, right? But first I have to be a pupa. And pupas don't really go out that much, so I don't think I'm going to be going out that much. Pupa, the awkward adolescence of the insect world.”
“How old do you have to be before you know the difference between right and wrong? Do you have to be eighteen? Do you have to be eighteen before you can bring yourself to own up to a lie? There are soldiers of eighteen-years-old enough to be left to die on the side of the road!”
“- The King of Siam: Someday, you too will know everything.
- Prince Chululongkorn: When do I know that I know everything?
- The King of Siam: When you are king.”
“It's a wonder to me you lived much past 10 years old.”
“I'm gonna stay the same... You like me now but, you won't like me later. You're gonna grow up... I'm not.”
“- Principal Holmstead: Growing up is a hard enough thing as it is.
- Kelly Ernswiler: Is that what your box of tissues is for?”
- Charlie: Whatever happened to all that stuff you said you were gonna do? Remember what I used to call you? "Cloud-ia"? 'Cause you always had your head in the clouds, always talking about getting out of here, seeing some of the world... what happened to that girl?
- Claudia: I was eighteen-years-old and I grew up, that's what happened.
“Grow up, get over yourself.”
“The only upside to anger, then... is the person you become. Hopefully someone that wakes up one day and realizes they're not afraid to take the journey, someone that knows that the truth is, at best, a partially told story. That anger, like growth, comes in spurts and fits, and in its wake, leaves a new chance at acceptance, and the promise of...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Peter Pan: Come with me where you'll never, never have to worry about grown up things again.
- Wendy Darling: Never is an awfully long time.”
Do you know, in Sanskrit the root of the verb "to be" is the same as "to grow" or "to make grow".
“Act your age, not your shoe size.”
“I bet there's not a single night where you can close your eyes tight enough without seeing my little boy's face. I'm gonna give you a chance to know your son. If you live today, you'll get to know your son. And if you don't, I'll raise him as my own.”
“A baby holds your hands, and then suddenly, there's this huge man lifting you off the ground, and then he's gone. Where's that son?”
“- Dr. Jaquith: If you had deliberately and maliciously planned to destroy your daughter's life, you couldn't have done it more completely.
- Mrs. Henry Vale: How? By having exercised a mother's rights?
- Dr. Jaquith: A child has rights, a person has rights, to discover her own mistakes, to make her own way, to grow and blossom in her own...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I don't like heights. This is why I stopped growing at fifth grade.”
“- Goofy: What the map says... we will follow.
- Max Goof: That's very mystical and everything, Dad, but there's seriously this party I have to...
- Goofy: Oh, there will be plenty of time for parties when you're older, Maxie. Why, when I was your age, I've never even been invited to a party. Look at me, now!”