Pay attention to me I’m inconsolable!
— Tracy Jordan, “Succession,” 30 Rock
I can’t believe double Ds opened up here and up there and they’re both new!
— Lily on new Dunkin’ Donuts locations in our neighborhood
Is it mine if I add some yellow?
— B. D. Graft
Bike seat.
— Lily
Forgive me, I’ve had a lot to drink, but sometimes I fantasize about someone coming to my house and organizing all my papers.
— Sid after half a cup of wine mixed with water
Already voted.
— Jack
You’re on it and it’s cool because it goes for miles and you’re like “people built this?” but then you think people built everything.
— Lily on The Great Wall of China
It means sixth born.
— AT&T Building guard on his name
Ballerina ninja or the Pope.
— IT Alex on Halloween plans
There’s just so many things
That I can touch, I’m torn.
— Natalie Imbruglia, “Torn”
You’re laughing way too hard.
— Helen
The drone struggled to decide whether a minaret was an architectural feature or an armed man.
— Matthew Rosenberg and John Markoff, “The Pentagon’s ‘Terminator Conundrum’: Robots That Could Kill on Their Own,” The New York Times
Sometimes found words are the most pure because they have nothing to do with you.
— Ed Ruscha, They Called Her Styrene, Etc.
— Diorama at The Natural History Museum
But you’re my schnook.
— Tommy’s mom (Nancy, was maried to Buckley)
I can still shovel and work with the best of them,” he said. “I am enjoying the heck out of this.
— Mr. Shoemaker via Christopher Farrell, “Migrant Workers in Recreational Vehicles,” The New York Times
Why are you happy?
— Papaya Dog employee
But maybe I miss read it.
— Audience member during Martha’s panel
— Microsoft Loft
The nail bed is a direct line to the bloodstream.
— Stephen Powers