Sterling Silver Dialogue #7
Sterling Silver Dialogue From The Movies:
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"All right, all right, how much you pay?" (response) "Well, just how tough are ya?" (reply) "Well, you pay a little bit, we're a little bit tough. You pay-a very much, we're-a very much tough. You pay-a too much we're a too much tough. How much you pay?" (response) "I pay plenty!" (reply) "We'll... then we're plenty tough."
"I'm a homing pigeon, I always come back to the stinking coop no matter how late it is."
"The only reason I took the job is because my bank account was trying to crawl under a duck."
"She was a charming middle aged lady with a face like a bucket of mud. I gave her a drink. She was a gal who would take a drink if she had to knock you down to get the bottle."
"I'm afraid I don't like your manner." (reply) "Yeah, I've had complaints about it, but it keeps getting worse."
"She tried to sit in my lap while I was standing up."
"I don't like your manners." (reply) "And I'm not crazy about yours. I didn't ask to see you. I don't mind if you don't like my manners, I don't like them myself. They are pretty bad. I grieve over them on long winter evenings. I don't mind your ritzing me or drinking your lunch out of a bottle, but don't waste your time trying to cross-examine."
"Why did you have to go on?" (reply) "Too many people told me to stop."
"You're never around when I need you." (reply) "You never need me when I'm around."
"I was thinking about that dame upstairs, and the way she had looked at me, and I wanted to see her again, close, without that silly staircase between us."
"We're both rotten." (reply) "Only you're a little more rotten."
"You know it's quite possible Octavian that when you die... you will die without ever having been alive."
"Queens. Queens. Strip them naked as any other woman, they are no longer queens!" (reply) "It is also difficult to tell the rank of a naked general. Generals without armies are naked indeed."
"I have often wondered, Countess... why did you leave Warsaw?" (reply) "Bombs were falling. I felt I was in the way."
"Many of our German friends before the War would come as our guests to hunt wild pig. I refused to invite Goering. I couldn't tolerate his killing a wild pig. It seemed too much like brother against brother."
"The source of your money has never concerned you any more than your source of electric light. They became worrisome only when they were shut off."