You make me feel something I absolutely cannot feel.
In her acceptance speech, the distinguished scientist paid tribute to her husband, Dr. Chris Davis. Tomorrow the pair celebrate their 42nd wedding anniversary after eloping together on the day they met. When asked how they could possibly have known that it would all work out, Professor Harrison replied in true scientific fashion: "We don't know, you can never be sure. But you take the plunge anyway. Sure is for people who don't love enough."
You're a wanker, number nine!
I think you know immediately. As soon as your eyes... Then everything that happens from then on just proves that you have been right in that first moment. When you suddenly realize that you were incomplete and now you are whole...
You know I want you to be happy. And more than anything, I wanted to be the cause of happiness in you.
Well, let's hang these flowers and get that jacket in some water.
We've got a flat. It's a good one. And I've confiscated your mother's key so she can't sneak up on us anymore. I swear that woman's got a sex radar.
This man's as useless as a fart in a jam jar.
Cooper, that trollop. That man would shag an open wound.
Later on tonight, we're going to fall madly in bed.
I am a cure for lesbianism.
I love the smell of hot dogs in the evening. Smells like... hot dogs.
She's not just heterosexual, she's barbie heterosexual!