sweaters quotes, aphorisms, statements, say
Office, The US Andy: Why does Erin like Gabe?
Darryl: Andy, look, all I know is that if I was a girl, and I had to choose between the tall dude who loved Asia, and the you looking dude who loves sweaters and wearing sweaters...I'd choose you.
Andy: That's really nice. Thank you.
Darryl: And I'd blow your mind.
Wet Hot American Summer Gene: Now finish up them taters, I'm gonna go fondle my sweaters.
Gary: Come on - what?
Gene: Finish up the taters.
Gary: And then what did you say?
Gene: And then what did I say?
Gary: You said you were going to... fondle your sweaters.
Gene: Ah, uh - no I didn't. I said fondue with cheddar, I was thinking about making fondue with cheddar cheese for dinner tonight.
Gary: No Gene, that is not what you said.
Gene: That is what I said. Fondue with cheddar.
Ed Wood [On the set, Ed has taken to wearing women's clothing full-time.]
Ed Wood: But, Georgie, I'm proud! I wrote, directed, and starred in it, just like Orson Welles did in "Citizen Kane".
George Weiss: Yeah? Well, Orson Welles didn't wear angora sweaters, did he?
Glee Mercedes: Damn Kurt! This car is fly!
Kurt: My dad got it for my sweet sixteen after I swore to stop wearing form-fitting sweaters that stop at the knee. [camera shows he is wearing one such sweater. What he doesn't know won't hurt him.
Everwood Ephram: Remember last week it was really cold. You tried on some of your old sweaters.
Delia: I got too big for them.
Delia: I couldn't move my arms.
Ephram: That's kind of how I feel about Everwood. Make sense?
Delia: I think so, except you're not too big; you fit here.
Will amp Grace Jack: Hmm, let's take a look at a little clip from when it was still the "Michael and Will Show"... before it was canceled. "Will, can I change your throw pillows?" "No!" "Will, can I put my sweaters on your shelf?" "No!" "Will, can anyone live with a control freak nightmare like you? I'm gonna say 'no.'"
Generation X Tales for an Accelerated Culture by Douglas Coupland anti-sabbatical - a job taken with the sole intention of staying only for a limited period of time (often one year). The intention is usually to raise enough funds to partake in another, more personally meaningful activity such as watercolor sketching in Crete or designing computer knit sweaters in Hong Kong. Employers are rarely informed of intentions. (page 35)