“I don't know anyone who's shot more raw meat in this town than me."
"If one person finds out, you're putting in jeopardy everything you've worked for."
"I don't know where to go, I don't know how to pay, I don't even know how to use money."
"Right as I got out of high school, I had a job working as an electrician, and I only did that for a few years before I realized, man, this kind of sucks, having a real job."
"I don't go home with any women who paint me, and I don't accept any phone numbers."
"I started thinking, 'If you go to truck driver school, you can still earn a living.' I thought: 'If I can, Lord, why not?'"
"I spent most of my time on the floor, removing the parrot, so we would not crash and die."
"When my dad and I started approaching the city limits and seeing the buildings, that was the first time I started to feel sad, which was strange, 'cause that was the time I should have felt most excited."
"I'm not looking to get paid or anything, but I would accept the money. There’s so many cool things to buy. Video games are pretty cool."
"Every time I get stuck on the Eisenhower, I think, 'One of these people could help me move this bird.'"
The 11-year-old Bronzeville native has a voice that sounds decades older than she is. People are starting to listen.
"When I'm at my day job, I'm just Natanya, and then in the evening, I'm occasionally naughty."
"I met my wife there—in fact, I stole her from somebody. I guess we're still friends, if he's still alive."
"There was a lot of money floating around, and they could buy elephants, and they did."
"Eight hours a day, I was trying to lip-read everybody at work, and then I'm gonna go out again at night and try to lip-read people?"
"I wear Jewel plastic bags wrapped around my feet to keep 'em warm. It may sound gross, but it works."
"When a situation of panic pops up, most people lose their shit and get really excited, but I don't."
"I start the careers of young models, many of them as young as 12 and 13."
"What pain have you experienced in your life?"
"So she asked them to get a container and fill it with water, and then she turned it into a pudding."
"You can't just en masse throw everybody out; you've got to kind of little by little get the law established."
“You can drive in a hoopskirt. In a pinch, you can.”
“So my client walks in. He's swinging the bat over his shoulder.”
“Vanilla Ice was afraid of our puppet.”
“When, if ever, have you had six hot girls ask for your underwear?” (Mom, please don’t read this one.)
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