|"I want a real, honest-to-God beer!"
~Nanna at the Leafe. [11.27.01]
"Ex-patriotism is the new patriotism."
~Ashley G. [06.02]
"Nothing says 'let's have fun' quite like cleavage."
"People like us who think that walking across the street is being outdoorsy."
"'Kay! Let's go break some hearts!"
~actually, Anne M [02.03.01]
"You can get a cream that will solve that problem."
"It was time for something screwed up to happen. There are only three weeks left, and we can't leave the [summer] peacefully." ~Frank [04.09.01]
"Welcome to the Dark Side."
~Anne, on where she wants to see A&A someday [08.29.03]
"Beware of leakage."
~the advice of Anne's office manager on facing Isabel [09.18.03]
"There's a special place in hell for those people, that's what I think."
~Amanda, on hypocrites like Rush Limbaugh and Bill Bennett [10.10.03]
"Help! We're being kidnapped!"
~The overdramatic, yet entertaining man stuck on the same grounded plane with Annie D for 5 hours.
"You know what sucks? Everybody knows how long Habe's been in the bathrom."
~ Annie D, when Habe reemerged after her name had been announced at a rehearsal dinner, and her glaring absence noted by all the other guests [08.28.03]
"I am it! I am her! I am THE!!"
~ Jen Smith has a religious experience [11.08.03]
"Every time I see a British flag I think of you and how you wore it the first night we met . . . when you slapped me."
~Frank recalls a fond memory of Ash [11.18.03]
"Right now I have too much energy to be sitting here alone. This is what days sitting in front of the TV in Brooklyn does to a girl."
~What finally turned Habe on to text messaging [11.28.03]
"Do you think they let you do web stuff for free? Maybe they even have their own computers. We can sit in the jacuzzi and type up the stories on Rummy."
~Ash's boss, after she convinces him that the Village Voice crew needs amenities like a pool at their place of lodging in NH [12.02.03]
"I like morning meat products, I do."
~Adrianne on her enthusiasm for sausage, [12.13.03]
"It doesn't take much to get us tickled!"
~Mrs. Fox, [12.25.03]
"Ain't no thang!"
~Jeff Chin, after a spectacular collapse at Lucky Bar during which he drenched himself in the drinks of all who witnessed [01.01.04]
"Remember, only our endorsements mean anything. That's because we're focused on the voters...or something like that."
~Roger Salazar, spokesman for Edwards For President. Dude cracks me up. This is what our country needs--humor in politics! [01.14.04]
"I don't need WiFi to find Dunkin' Donuts."
~Jim Ridgeway, Ash's boss. He's learned so much up here in New Hampshire [01.20.04]
"By the way, WHAT is Janet Jackson doing? H-E-L-L-O."
~Jim Ridgeway, Ash's boss. Averse in politics both national and international, he knows what really matters. [02.02.04]
"You don't get up to vote at six in the morning if you're undecided."
~Sarah G. to the man handing out political pamphlets at the school where she voted. [02.10.04]
"That guy just put on his glasses to watch us walk by."
~Habe, as her gorgeous friends walked through the lobby of a hotel hosting the National Engineering Convention [02.21.04]
"When someone sucks, it's awkward for everyone."
~Ashley, circa 2000
"It's like my fantasy to be stalking and find something about myself...Kind of not joking."
"I'm the queen of abrasive."
"We always assume people are so happy to have us around."
~Erin Dillon, [07.14.01]
"Men who kiss poorly don't love women."
"Do your thing...you can't stop for someone who is missing out."
"The experience is worth it to me no matter what the pain."
"The glory days are over."
"There are a lot of things in this life you don't have a choice about...you can choose your friends!"