He’s fine. That’s it. Nothing wrong with that, most people are fine. But it’s not about him. It’s about why the f*** you think he deserves you. You deserve someone who makes you feel like you’ve been struck by f***ing lightning. Don’t you dare settle for fine.[to Rebecca, about John]
Well, we lost. Would have been closer, but one of the goals got disallowed because apparently nine-year-olds aren’t allowed to do headers yet. F***ing brain development.
Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at “Coach.” [Theodore ‘Ted’ Lasso: Hello, Coach. Really glad you decided to…]
Most adults think kids need to be constantly entertained. It’s bulls***. I didn’t need a f***ing parade every day growing up, did you? Truth is they just wanna feel like they’re part of our lives. Little idiots.[to Rebecca]
Listen, I was a prick today, making dumb f***ing jokes. It’s, just, death makes me uncomfortable because when my granddad died, I spent every single night for a whole year praying that I could just talk to him just once, or see him just one more time like he was Obi-Wan Kenobi or some s***. And I got f*** all. But it did make me realize, we only got this one life, and I don’t wanna waste a second of it. I love you, Keeley. I’m sorry.
It was yoga, okay? I do yoga with a group of women in their 60s. They have no idea who I am, it’s twice a week, and it’s really good for my core. Normally only takes an hour, but Maureen’s just been going through a divorce and she needed to talk about it and blow off some steam. We all ended up at G-A-Y till 2:00 a.m. and then we had crepes in Balham with some drag queens. Like I said, it’s private.[Keeley Jones: Are you dating other people? It’s okay if you are. It’s just that I wanna know so that I don’t look stupid.]