Cameron: Well, you don't know. She could, uh, she could need a day to cool off. [they all duck as a soccer ball flies past them] Patrick: Maybe tw
Patrick: It's not everyday you find a girl who'll flash someone to get you out of detention.
Kat Stratford: We're going now. Walter Stratford: Alright, wait a minute. No drinking, no drugs, no kissing, no tattoos, no piercings, *no* ritual animal slaughters of any kind. Oh, God, I'm giving them ideas
Cameron: I learned French for you!
Ms. Perky: Nine schools in ten years. My, my. Army brat? Cameron: Yeah, my-my dad is, uh... Ms. Perky: That's enough. I'm sure you won't find Padua any different than your old schools. Same little asswipe shit-for-brains everywhere. Cameron: Excuse me? D-Did you just say... Am I in the right offic
Kat Stratford: You're looking at this from entirely the wrong perspective. We're making a statement. Mandella: Oh goody, something new and different for us
Patrick: I was watching you out there, before. I've never seen you look so sexy.
Walter Stratford: I know who you wanna bend the rules for. It's that hot-rod Joey. Bianca: What's a hot-rod
Joey: Are you lost? Michael: No, actually I just came by to chat. Joey: We don't cha
Kat Stratford: Remove head from sphincter, then drive!
Toward the person who has died we adopt a special attitude: something like admiration for someone who has accomplished a very difficult task.
It almost looks like analysis were the third of those 'impossible' professions in which one can be quite sure of unsatisfying results. The other two, much older-established, are the bringing up of children and the government of nations.
As everyone knows, the ancients before Aristotle did not consider the dream a product of the dreaming mind, but a divine inspiration, and in ancient times the two antagonistic streams, which one finds throughout in the estimates of dream life, were already noticeable. They distinguished between true
The poor ego has a still harder time of it; it has to serve three harsh masters, and it has to do its best to reconcile the claims and demands of all three...The three tyrants are the external world, the superego, and the id.
There is little that gives children greater pleasure than when a grown-up lets himself down to their level, renounces his oppressive superiority and plays with them as an equal.
I consider it a good rule for letter-writing to leave unmentioned what the recipient already knows, and instead tell him something new.
The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is 'What does a woman want?'
A child in its greed for love does not enjoy having to share the affection of its parents with its brothers and sisters; and it notices that the whole of their affection is lavished upon it once more whenever it arouses their anxiety by falling ill. It has now discovered a means of enticing out its
We must reckon with the possibility that something in the nature of the sexual instinct itself is unfavorable to the realization of complete satisfaction.
Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise. Sigmund Freu
A man's heterosexuality will not put up with any homosexuality, and vice versa.
Conservatism, however, is too often a welcome excuse for lazy minds, loath to adapt themselves to fast changing conditions.
Children are completely egoistic; they feel their needs intensely and strive ruthlessly to satisfy them.
When we attempt to imagine death, we perceive ourselves as spectators.
It is a predisposition of human nature to consider an unpleasant idea untrue, and then it is easy to find arguments against it.
The true believer is in a high degree protected against the danger of certain neurotic afflictions; by accepting the universal neurosis he is spared the task of forming a personal neurosis.
The psychic development of the individual is a short repetition of the course of development of the race.
Writers write for fame, wealth, power and the love of women.
The act of birth is the first experience of anxiety, and thus the source and prototype of the affect of anxiety.
We believe that civilization has been created under the pressure of the exigencies of life at the cost of satisfaction of the instincts.