Quotes from Say Anything ...

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'You just described every great [adjective noun].'
'Ever heard of [noun]? Sport of the future?'
'I wrote sixty-three songs this year. They're all about [name].'
'I gave her my heart, she gave me a [noun].'
'Brains stick with brains. The bomb could go off and their [adjective plural noun] would form the same cliques.'
'You're a great date. I've never really gone out with someone as [adjective] as you.'
'You're not a permanent part of her life. You're a [noun]!'
'She's a brain.' 'Trapped in the body of a [adjective noun].'
'Hey my brother, can I borrow a copy of your [3 word title]'
'I hereby surrender my duties as [noun], give me a beer.'
'If you start out [adjective] everything's kind of a pleasant surprise.'
'You must [verb]! You must [verb]! I have hidden your keys! [verb]!'
'One more thing. About the letter. [Verb] it. Flame it. Destroy it.'
'I have this theory of [noun], that good things always happen with bad things.'
'I'm just going to keep talking until that [noun] happens, which is going to be soon.'
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'We ate together. We ate. That's eating. Sharing an important physical event.' 'That's not even a [noun].'
'The world is full of guys. Be a [noun]. Don't be a guy.'
'The rain on my car is a [noun].'
'I don't want to [verb 1] anything, [verb 2] anything, or [verb 3] anything as a career.'
'I'm Lloyd, and we're gonna watch the movie '[title].''
'Diane Court is a [adjective noun]. You need a stallion, my friend.'
'How come it worked? I mean, like, what are you? 'I'm [2 words].'
'Taking care of people isn't a [adjective noun], Mr Sims.'
'Having taken a few courses at the university this year, I have glimpsed our future, and all I can say is ... [two words].'
'Left hook, right hook, hook up the jab. Yeah! Straighten left hand. What do we love?' '[Noun]!'
'If you guys know so much about women, how come you're here at the [store name]?'
'Saturday, I have some things to do around the house.' 'So you're [adverb] busy?'
'It's about a group of older people who go to [place].'
'I am looking for a [4 words] situation.'
'Don't worry about it. We're just having coffee. We'll be [adjective].'

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