Matthew: [upon seeing Crick knocking on Patty's door, and shouting her name] You are not going to bother her again! Crick: You, go to hell! Matthew: I am turning you in. Crick: What for? Matthew: [voice over] I fought through the shame to bring out the truth. [to Crick] Matthew: I'm going to the police. You sexually assaulted me. [Crick gave a sign of disbelief, so Matthew showed him the tongue he bit off him days before] Crick: You'll never gonna p
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Matthew: [Looking at Cynthia] How can a guy have a real conversation with a girl like this when we're made so helpless? In the animal kingdom, when two members of a pack stare at each other, it is a test of dominance. The first one to look away is considered the weaker. When this happens between a man and a woman, the cards are stacked against a man. 'Cause, let's face it, every time a guy meets a girl, he wants to check out her breasts. A man must summon all of his will not to look down at those golden orbs, whose wonderous tips are upturned, aimed right at his eyes. [after staring at each other for a long time, Matt finally gives in and looks down at Cynthia's breasts] Matthew: Once a man loses his test of nerves, a woman knows she has a great secret power over him, and she can get him do anything she wants. Like a sexual sorceress, Cynthia had several men under her spel
Matthew: I had learned something from Rod's groinular fixation. His horror really was my horror too. It was *every* man's horror. Deny it we may, but we are all afraid of women. Every single one of them. Time had run out. Finals were in a week. Soon, everyone would be leaving the dorms. And next semester, some would relocate to off-campus housing. If I had any hope of finding my kismetic destiny, I had to face my greatest fear. I went to the Virgin Vault, and I declared my love in front of 100 girls. I explained everything I had done for my kismetic destiny. My speech must be my Sistine Chapel, my Ninth Symphony, my Citizen Kane. My words needed to be more inspirational than Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech. They had to be more miraculous than Mark McGuire's 70th home run. I used impressive words like "soul mate," "destiny," and "yearn." It takes a big man to yearn. I poured my heart out.
[Patty notices Matt staring at her skirt] Patty: You like my skirt, but you're thinking, "If her skirt were any shorter, she'd have another pair of cheeks to powder, and have to put gloss on another pair of lips." Matthew: I... I wasn't thinking any of those things. I think you're a nice girl. [voice-over] Matthew: I was lying. I *did* think all of those thi