Quotes from Your Life is Now
Carol: Tory McCallum's coming here.
Molly: Uh, when's the last time you talked to him?
Carol: Oh, let's see, that would have to be April 19th of our senior year, the day that he dumped me. Yes, and shattered my heart into a hundred million tiny little pieces.
Judge: Mr. Stevens, where's you attorney?
Ed: Actually, your honor, I'm representing myself in this matter.
Judge: Haven't you heard the saying, he who represents himself has a fool for a client.
Ed: Yes, I have, and I tried my best to convince me not to hire me to represent myself, but I simply refused to listen to me.
Judge: I trust that'll be your last attempt at self-representation humor?
Ed: Yes, sir.
Warren: I'm not gonna let you go! It's not your time, pony boy! You stay away from the light.
Troy: Funny, I'm out there in the world, I got a great wife, I got great kids, a good job. Things turned out pretty much the way I wanted them to. Yet there's something about those four years in high school, all those sweet sweet memories, and I realize no matter what I do, I'll never be happier than I was back then. You ever feel that way?
Ed: Phil, should you not be at the shoe counter?
Phil: Bosco, I'm helping the young people.
Ed: Oh, lucky them.
Warren: Some guys are losers, but I invent whole new ways of being a loser. I should be, like, voted into the loser hall of fame.
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