The Japanese have a saying: a man is whatever room he is in.
— Bert Cooper, “Nixon vs. Kennedy," Mad Men
That’s all part of the ritual.
— Man behind me at MOMA film
I heard on the radio that Einstein did it.
— Helen Bishop, “Marriage of Figaro," Mad Men
Holy frijoles!
— Man at Ippudo
What more-what worse-can it mean to me?
— Judith, The Devil’s Disciple
To choose how you construct meaning from experience.
— David Foster Wallace, "This Is Water"
Which is all I can hope to expect from any man.
— Capt. Jack Aubrey, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Don’t use seven words when four will do.
— Rusty Ryan, Ocean’s Eleven
It restarts every day.
— Xavier
God’s holy trousers!
— Peachy Carnehan, The Man Who Would Be King
That’s life.
— Woman on the subway
It was hard to believe that you’d ever be dead.
— Andrew Bird, “Tin Foil”
Holy contributing to the delinquency of minors!
— Robin
I’d never been to Belize.
— Rusty Ryan, Ocean’s Eleven
It’s kind of like a dream that never fades away.
— Lex Gillette, “A Sprint and Leap Into the Unknown," The New York Times
That’s silly.
— Kristin Cotter
I was born there.
— Bane, The Dark Knight Rises
Yippie yi oh, Yippie yi yay.
— Johnny Cash, “Ghost Riders In The Sky”
It’s good when you go through a lot of napkins.
— Phi Van Phan
I never knowed it before.
— Linda, Days of Heaven