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A few more days, and this essay will follow the Defensio Populi to the dust and silence of the upper shelf... For a month or two it will occupy a few minutes of chat in every drawing-room, and a few columns in every magazine; and it will then be withdrawn, to make room for the forthcoming novelties.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
How it is I know not; but there is no place like a bed for confidential disclosures between friends. Man and wife, they say, there open the very bottom of their souls to each other; and some old couples often lie and chat over old times till nearly morning. Thus, then, in our hearts honeymoon, lay I and Queequeg -- a cozy, loving pair.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Evan: Yeah, you remember me? We had a nice chat once when I was seven...More [08/20/2005 12:08:00]
Kip: So, how long are we takin' about workin'?
Uncle Rico: What? Are you… you're already losing your steam?
Kip: No. I just… I have a chat room meeting at 4:00. I gotta be back here by then.
Uncle Rico: All right, you just start a little earlier. That's all.
Kip: All right.
Uncle Rico: Or else work afterwards. How long's the chat room?
Kip: Geez, sometimes up to three, four hours maybe... maybe not. I don't know.
Uncle Rico: You.. you… you pay the bills for that? Does that cost money every time you're on, like, for minutes on the phone?
Kip: Yeah. Grandma's still payin' per minute. She gets kinda pissed at me sometimes 'cause I'm on there so long.
Uncle Rico: I'll bet she does. I'll tell you something, I'd be throwin' you out the window.More [08/31/2005 12:08:00]
Uncle Rico: Just a little east of the cemetery is a good little area, but don't go down here cause they don't have any money.
Kip: So how long are we talking about working?
Uncle Rico: What are you already losing your steam?
Kip: No, I just... I have a chat room meeting at 4. I gotta be back here by then.
Uncle Rico: All right, you just start a little earlier, that's all. Or else work afterwards. How long is the chat room?
Kip: Jeez, sometimes up to 3-4 hours maybe... Maybe not.
Uncle Rico: You pay the bills for that? Does that cost money every time you're on, like for minutes on the phone?
Kip: Yeah, grandma's still paying per minute. She gets kinda pissed at me sometimes cause I'm on there so long.
Uncle Rico: I bet she does. I'll tell you something, I'd be throwing you out the window.More [08/31/2005 12:08:00]
Uncle Rico: What about your girlfriend?
Kip: Well, things are getting pretty serious right now. I mean, we chat online for, like, two hours every day so I guess you could say things are gettin' pretty serious.More [08/31/2005 12:08:00]
Joe: Deb, what are you doing?
Debra: I just wanted to have a little chat with Warren.
Warren: Oh yeah? Well have a little chat with my gun.
Debra: [into the barrel of Warren's gun] What do you want Warren?
Warren: STOP CALLING ME WARREN. MY NAME ISN'T FUCKING WARREN.
Debra: Well you can't kill me 'cause I'm already dead. And I talked to God, and she says, "Yo, wassup?" and she wants you to lose the gun.
Warren: What? You are psycho. You're a psycho.More [10/12/2007 12:10:00]
Hannibal Lecter: Clarice, there's nothing I'd love more in the world than to chat with you. Unfortunately, you've caught me at an awkward moment. Please forgive me.More [01/31/2008 12:01:00]
Kumar: Roldy! Roldy! dude, you gotta come quick. There is these two filthy pussies just aching to get boned by us!
[silence]
Kumar: I mean... duh... that there are these two lovely young pussies who would like to have a chat with you and I.More [02/06/2008 12:02:00]
Elwood P. Dowd: I'd just put Ed Hickey into a taxi. Ed had been mixing his rye with his gin, and I just felt that he needed conveying. Well, anyway, I was walking down along the street and I heard this voice saying, "Good evening, Mr. Dowd." Well, I turned around and here was this big six-foot rabbit leaning up against a lamp-post. Well, I thought nothing of that because when you've lived in a town as long as I've lived in this one, you get used to the fact that everybody knows your name. And naturally I went over to chat with him. And he said to me... he said, "Ed Hickey was a little spiffed this evening, or could I be mistaken?" Well, of course, he was not mistaken. I think the world and all of Ed, but he was spiffed. Well, we talked like that for awhile and then I said to him, I said, "You have the advantage on me. You know my name and I don't know yours." And, and right back at me he said, "What name do you like?" Well, I didn't even have to think twice about that. Harvey's always been my favorite name. So I said to him, I said, "Harvey." And, uh, this is the interesting thing about the whole thing: He said, "What a coincidence. My name happens to be Harvey."More [02/11/2008 12:02:00]
J.D.: [shows Heather pictures]
Heather Duke: Me and Martha Dumptruck? Where did you get this?
J.D.: I just had the nicest little chat with Ms. Dumptruck. Got along famously. It's kind of scary that everyone's got a little story to tell. You wanna see the canoeing shots?
Heather Duke: What is this? Blackmail?
Heather Duke: [pause]
Heather Duke: I'll give you a week's lunch money.
J.D.: I don't want your money. I want your strength. Westerburg does not need mushy togetherness. It needs a strong leader. Heather Chandler was that leader but...
Heather Duke: But she couldn't handle it.
J.D.: I think you can. Moby Dick is dunked. The white whale drank some bad plankton and splashed through a coffee table and now it's your turn to take the helm.
Heather Duke: What about the photographs?
J.D.: Oh, don't worry. I'll ask you to do me a favor. That will be one you'll enjoy. Then you'll get the negatives and everything back then. But in the meantime... strength. Here's a little gift. From Heather to Heather.
J.D.: [gives her Heather Chandler's red hair bow]More [02/26/2008 12:02:00]
[typing a message on an internet chat room]
Jay: All you motherfuckers are gonna pay. You are the ones who are the ball-lickers. We're gonna fuck your mothers while you watch and cry like little bitches. Once we get to Hollywood and find those Miramax fucks who are making that movie, we're gonna make 'em eat our shit, then shit out our shit, then eat their shit which is made up of our shit that we made 'em eat. Then you're all you motherfucks are next. Love, Jay and Silent Bob.More [05/01/2008 12:05:00]
[first lines]



Jim Conderley:
Good evening, Soames!



Soames:
Good evening, Mr. Conderley.



Jim Conderley:
Afraid I'm a little early, aren't I?



Soames:
Miss Trellis wasn't expecting anyone till 8 o'clock.



Jim Conderley:
Well, I thought I'd come a little ahead of time; have a little chat with Miss Fanny.



Soames:
Sorry, sir; she's still dressing.



Jim Conderley:
All right, I'll wait.

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[on the day before Holland and his associates are to carry out the robbery, he has a chat with his boss Turner, who thinks that the subject is over Holland's forthcoming promotion]



Turner:
And, erm, here's the order for tomorrow's consignment. Somewhat larger that I expected: 212 bars.



Henry Holland:
That won't worry me, sir.



Turner:
Dependable to the last. I'm going to miss you, Holland.



Henry Holland:
You're very kind, sir. I shall always have the happiest memories of the dear old bullion office.



Turner:
Has Mr. Applecrumby spoken to you about your holiday?



Henry Holland:
Yes, sir. I'm going to Paris.



Turner:
Paris, hey? You're stepping out, Holland. Wonderful isn't it, what a little extra money will do?



Henry Holland:
Yes, it's going to make a big difference to me.

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Flight Sgt. J. Pulford, DFM:
[watching morse lamp signals between the two other planes in formation] Martin's having a chat with Hopgood.



Gibson:
What's he saying, Hutch?



Flight Lt. R.E.G. Hutchison, DFC:
He says we're going to get screechers tomorrow night.



Gibson:
Sure we are. Biggest binge of all time.

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Colin Morris:
[Ed is waiting outside the Tiffany store for Diana] You're very good. You're really very good. I'm amazed we've not met before.



Ed:
I beg your pardon?



Colin Morris:
I've been watching you ever since you left Caper's yacht. Very impressive.



Ed:
Oh yeah?



Colin Morris:
You can stop performing now, Ed. If that's your name.



Ed:
Heh, I don't know, what are you talking about?



Colin Morris:
OK. I represent Monsieur Melville, and I can assure you that he will be far more reasonable than the SAVAK.



Ed:
The SAVAK?



Colin Morris:
The Shah's secret police. Death squad. Iranian gestapo. *Shaheen's* boys.



Ed:
...Shaheen's boys...



Colin Morris:
Heh, heh, I like you Ed. I do like you. You're very good.


[Draws pistol, puts it in Ed's mouth]



Colin Morris:
The stones.



Ed:
What?



Colin Morris:
Where are the stones?



Ed:
I can't help you.



Colin Morris:
[Cocks pistol] We do understand each other, don't we?



Ed:
Uh, I don't know.



Colin Morris:
[Sees police car approaching, puts pistol away] Very good. Very impressive. I'm sure we'll chat again.

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Thornton Melon:
Oh, you left out a bunch of stuff.



Dr. Phillip Barbay:
Oh really? Like what for instance?



Thornton Melon:
First of all you're going to have to grease the local politicians for the sudden zoning problems that always come up. Then there's the kickbacks to the carpenters, and if you plan on using any cement in this building I'm sure the teamsters would like to have a little chat with ya, and that'll cost ya. Oh and don't forget a little something for the building inspectors. Then there's long term costs such as waste disposal. I don't know if you're familiar with who runs that business but I assure you it's not the boyscouts.



Dr. Phillip Barbay:
That will be quite enough, Mr. Melon! Maybe bribes, kickbacks and Mafia payoffs are how YOU do business! But they are NOT part of the legitimate business world! And they are certainly not part of anything I am doing in this class. Do I make myself clear, Mr. Melon!

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[discussing Christine Hamilton's chat show]



Angus Deayton:
It's actually Christine who sings the theme tune herself.



Paul Merton:
Oh, my God, she doesn't, does she? The poor deluded cow.

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Angus Deayton:
And did you chat with the Queen Mother?



Paul Merton:
We talked about you.



Angus Deayton:
No, you didn't.



Paul Merton:
Yes, we did.



Angus Deayton:
What did she say about me?



Paul Merton:
I've never heard such language in all my life.

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Suzanne:
I've been approached by hundreds of people who've felt the need to address the lack of relaxation in my work.



Simon:
Really? Hundreds? Well, I'll have a chat with them.



Suzanne:
In the future, I would prefer to receive direction solely from you. I mean we're talking about one day of work here. A day in which I was tied to a cactus and assaulted by snakes. Like I was a child. Maybe they should bring my mother on the set and she can make sure I'm relaxed!



Simon:
That's it! That's her! That's the character! What you're doing right now!



Suzanne:
But, Simon! This isn't relaxed! This is incredibly upset!

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[last lines]



Hannibal Lecter:
[on telephone] I do wish we could chat longer, but... I'm having an old friend for dinner. Bye.



Clarice Starling:
Dr. Lecter?... Dr. Lecter?... Dr. Lecter?... Dr. Lecter?...

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Judge Judy:
What do I know about Myspace? It's an Internet site where people, who have nothing better to do with their time, go and chat about a whole bunch of nonsense. We could eliminate a third of the problems in this country, if people actually had to shovel coal into a furnace for heat... rather than spending all that time they have making problems for other people, by sitting at their personal computers doing things other than those which PCs were actually designed for.

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[Andy and Kate just saw their roommates storm out of the room after a fight.]



Andy:
This is too weird.



Kate:
I know. I feel terrible.



Andy:
No. No. No. Tori Spelling's on the chat line.

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Bova:
Rosie gets a nice chat with her parents, and what do I get? A holo-recording of my dad saying, "Hi, we're off-world right now, we'll be back... whenever."

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Wayne Kerrigan:
How's Mum?



Dale Kerrigan:
Good.



Wayne Kerrigan:
How's Dad?



Dale Kerrigan:
Good.



Wayne Kerrigan:
How's Trace?



Dale Kerrigan:
Good.



Wayne Kerrigan:
How are you?



Dale Kerrigan:
Good.



Wayne Kerrigan:
How's Steve?



Dale Kerrigan:
He's all right.



Wayne Kerrigan:
Good.



Dale Kerrigan:
[voice-over] We could just chat for hours.

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Kevin Dunne:
[after Rick is pummeled by Tyler] Sounds like three broken ribs to me. What is this? A heroic stand? You're the wrong guy for it, Rick. You'll be all alone in the spotlight. And guys like you can't stand up to that light. You'll burn up under it. The press starts looking for dirt on you - and they will - it will be a mudslide. Forget about your job, your sweet life in Margate. Start thinking about jail! Your girlfriend will be gone, too, at the first sign of trouble but not before she has a little chat with Angela so say good-bye to your wife too! Twice a month with Michael won't be so bad, if you can get him to spend the night in your shitty apartment! You will lose it all, my friend - everything! And your whole connected life will fall the hell apart. Is that what you want? All you have to do is be consistent for God's sake. Do what you always do: Take the money! You want to be a hero? You want to do something for your country? Then tell me where the girl is!


[Rick, wounded and bleeding, smiles and spits blood onto Dunne's medals]

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Jim Royle:
I'm gonna go and have a chat with the Arabs.



Cheryl Carroll:
What d'ya mean Jim?



Jim Royle:
Mustapha Crap.

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Colin Mochrie:
[playing impossible mission] I thought we were out of the spy buisiness?



Ryan Stiles:
We're never out of the spy buisiness, Colin, not as long as tapes keep coming to the door.



Greg Proops:
How would you like to make money in Real Estate?


[Ryan fast forewards]



Greg Proops:
Good morning, gentlemen.



Colin Mochrie:
Good morning.



Greg Proops:
How are you today?



Colin Mochrie:
Fine.



Ryan Stiles:
How's your cold, Ryan?



Ryan Stiles:
It's cleared up.



Greg Proops:
Well all right then...



Colin Mochrie:
Like what am I, nothing?



Greg Proops:
I'd love to chat but I'm busy being on the...


[Colin fast forewards]



Greg Proops:
Today's mission is of the greatest importance. The Meer of Grufunkastan, a small Middle Eastern Nation is coming to visit the President. He'll be arriving in Washington D.C., however, his flight has been delayed and his burnoose is dirty. Your mission is to go to his hotel, The George C. Clark hotel, you don't know it nevermind, and clean a new bernoose for the Meer of Grufunkastan. This tape will self destruct as soon as you throw it out the...


[Ryan throws it out the window]



Greg Proops:
BOOM!



Ryan Stiles:
Thank God we picked window!



Colin Mochrie:
Yes. Well, we've got a mission lets get to it.


[dramatic music]



Ryan Stiles:
I can't remember where the hotel is you got your Thomas Guide? E5 it's gonna be tough. Oh my God, my car's in the shop.



Colin Mochrie:
Well, luckily they've marked every street and town with big numbers and letters.



Ryan Stiles:
Wait a minute we're at E4 already.



Colin Mochrie:
Quick, E5.



Ryan Stiles:
I didn't know we lived so close to the hotel.



Colin Mochrie:
No kidding, we only look out the windows to throw burning tapes.

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Gex:
Since I retired, I resigned myself to a life of solitude.



Gex:
For two years I started my day watching Supermarket Sweep. Days then blurred into one long sorry afternoon chat show.



Gex:
The next thing I know some government goons show up at my house. Seems they've caught a whiff of ol' Mr Sunshine himself! Rez: he's back in the Media Dimension, and they think I'm crazy enough to go back in after him.



Gex:
So they whisk me away to interrogation 101. They play rough, start giving me the business. I give a little back!


[farts]



Gex:
So we negotiate a little something to cover my expenses. They throw in one of those secret agent suits and I tell them we've got a deal.



Gex:
Looks like I'm heading back into the Media Dimension. It's going to be déja ouch all over again!

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Davis:
Monroe made detective everybody... Actually, I guess you always were one, right? I got called down to IAB yesterday, had a little chat with Captain Finney, all of a sudden our little community-oriented holier-than-thou Detective Monroe walks in, yelling at Captain Finney about her cover being blown... Her IAB cover!

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The Lizard:
It ain't often that a blowed-up motherfucker gets to chat to the motherfucker that blowed him up!



Elmo:
You got that right. Usually, the blowed-up motherfucker has the courtesy to stay blowed up.



The Lizard:
I'll try to be more accommodating next time, Elmo.

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Captain Liberty:
Personality? He's a dog. He sits, he rolls over, he plays dead. How much?



Randolph:
Well, I don't think I'm going to be able to help you, ma'am. Why don't you go rent a video tape or something instead of ruining some poor puppy's life with your single-woman-hormone clock-is-ticking impulse-buying nonsense.



Captain Liberty:
Just sell me the damned dog!



Randolph:
She's not for sale! Not to you. What you need is a singles chat room, ma'am, not some living creature.


[pauses]



Randolph:
Good day.

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Stumpy:
Hey, Pig Pen, you ever been in one of those lesbian chat rooms?



Pig Pen:
No... are they good?



Stumpy:
[looking away] Well, I don't know.

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Det. Supt. Peter Boyd:
I fancied a woman once who worked in a deli. I knew all her hours. I even followed her home on the Tube. I suppose that was a sort of stalking thing.



Dr Grace Foley:
Did you chat her up?



Det. Supt. Peter Boyd:
Yeah.



Dr Grace Foley:
Oh, well, then you stopped being an observer, didn't you? Did you ask her out? Casually, so that you wouldn't lose face if she said no?



Det. Supt. Peter Boyd:
She did say no. It just made me want her all the more. I sent her flowers. I remember hanging around for hours. Ended up with a fridge full of dolcelatte and olives.



Dr Grace Foley:
But, you see, ultimately, you knew when no meant no.



Det. Supt. Peter Boyd:
No.



Dr Grace Foley:
Sorry?



Det. Supt. Peter Boyd:
I married her.

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Matthew Osceola:
I can see your sadness. It's lovely.



Susan Orlean:
I'm just tired, that's all. That's my problem. So, maybe we could chat a little bit, and, you know, get some background for...



Matthew Osceola:
I'm not going to talk to you much. It's not personal. It's the Indian way.

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Kim Dorowsky:
Niels, could I, because of the International Woman Day have a hotline where women could phone me and I could have a little chat with them?



Niels Buckingham:
Don't you think you should leave that to me? What makes you the expert on women?



Kim Dorowsky:
Well, now I am a woman myself, Niels... I shave my legs, wear a dress and sit down when I pee.



Niels Buckingham:
Well, that still doesn't rule me out...

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Mr. Smythe:
Four counts of manslaughter. That's what I get for overestimating the intelligence of a grand jury.



Detective Alexandra Eames:
Just be grateful the D.A. let you off with a plea bargain.



Mr. Smythe:
I don't consider shutting down my website a bargain. All right, Joanie and Chachi, right? This is the last chat I have for them.



Detective Alexandra Eames:
Thank you, you can go do your little dance in Hell now.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Cat in the Hat:
Cat, hat. In French chat chapeau. In Spanish, el gato in a sombrero.

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Carolina Mirabeau:
Who wants to say grace?



Albert Morris:
I do.



Grandma Mirabeau:
Oh, Albert, I love you like a son, honey. But you Jewish people, you can't go and kill Christ and expect to have a sit down conversation with him later.



Albert Morris:
Fine. He's all yours. I'll chat with him over dessert.


[Everybody laughs]

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Guy Burgess:
I got beaten up by a keen theatergoer, Angleton.



James Jesus Angleton:
Why?



Guy Burgess:
In England, when one is having a piss at the urinal, and eight urinals on either side of one are unoccupied, and a man comes in and doesn't choose to piss seven urinals away or even three urinals away but stands right bloody next to you, then it means something. And when, apropos of bugger-all, he starts up a bit of a chat about new writing in the theater, it means "Bugger me," frankly. But not here, it would seem. Apparently, in this appallingly friendly country, it means nothing of the kind. It means what it is: passing pleasantries in a public lavatory in the middle of the night.

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Well we'd just seen Gerry. I think he wanted somebody who had that authority and was handsome. The thing is, he's a big hunk isn't he? All I can say, if you look at his chat line, or the Phantom website, it's quite worrying. Because the girls really seem to love him.More [07/18/2011 05:07:18]
I think the Internet, particularly the availability of information, is great. I do a lot of correspondence on-line and have a chat line to talk to my fans as well.More [07/22/2011 11:07:53]
Our lawyers had their chat with the Supreme Court Justice, and promised to repast the chat to other members of the Supreme Court to find out whether they wanted to hear us out.More [08/11/2011 06:08:44]
Working with Yahoo! allows us to give our fans a chance to listen to our songs, check out the video, purchase our new album, win tickets to our show, and chat with us all in one place.More [08/11/2011 07:08:52]
It's not that I find it hard to meet girls - they do come up and chat me up from time to time. Sometimes I'm interested, I tend not to go for the prettier ones. I prefer the quirkier types.More [08/23/2011 06:08:28]
I stopped off in Salzburg for a meeting with Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz on my way to the Hungarian Grand Prix last month and, as planned, the August break gave me a good opportunity to have a chat with team principal Christian Horner about me continuing in 2012.More [09/26/2011 09:09:44]
Then my own TV chat show in England in 1989.More [11/20/2011 04:11:52]
When I was doing Bean more than I've done him in the last few years, I did strange things - like appearing on chat shows in character as Mr. Bean.More [11/20/2011 01:11:28]
started out as a shipping clerk. He was a really nice kid — one of the few people in the company I connected to in any real way — and from time to time I would have a quick chat with him. He told me that he really wanted to try his hand at computer programming but lacked the skills. So I sent him through a training program at no cost to him. Pretty soon, at lunchtime he was hanging aroundMore Leadership Wisdom From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari [06/21/2016 08:06:17]
What troubles me is the Internet and the electronic technology revolution. Shyness is fueled in part by so many people spending huge amounts of time alone, isolated on e-mail, in chat rooms, which reduces their face-to-face contact with other people.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]
When famous people come up to you it's a bit weird, but it's an honour, really, when they recognise you and want to chat to you for a bit.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]
I'm one of those women who likes to chat and share knowledge and pass it around.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]
People meet in bars after work all over the world and talk about the great problems of life and death and the world and politics and they don't take themselves seriously. They can do nothing else except chat about these things in bars after work.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]
I would love to have dinner with Jay-Z and Beyonce. I think we would have a lot to chat about. I like them both so much, and I love them as a couple. I like that they are both at the top of their game - and that they have a mutual respect and admiration for each other.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]
I'm equally guilty of using technology - I Twitter, I text people, I chat. But I think there's something strangely insidious about it that it makes us think we're closer when in fact we're not seeing each other, we're not connecting.More [03/12/2018 02:03:32]
I can call nothing by name if that is not his name. I call a cat
a cat, and Rollet a rogue.
[Fr., Je ne puis rien nommer si ce n'est par son nom;
J'appelle un chat un chat, et Rollet un fripon.]More [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
With good and gentle-humored hearts
I choose to chat where'er I come
Whate'er the subject be that starts.
But if I get among the glum
I hold my tongue to tell the truth
And keep my breath to cool my broth.More [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
Woman phones up her husband at work for a chat.
HIM: "I'm sorry dear but I'm up to my neck in work today."
HER: "But I've got some good news and some bad news for you dear."
HIM: "OK darling, but as I've got no time now, just give me the good news."
HER: "Well, the air bag works.".More [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
The Ant and the Grasshopper
In a field one summer's day a Grasshopper was hopping about,
chirping and singing to its heart's content. An Ant passed by,
bearing along with great toil an ear of corn he was taking to the
nest.
Why not come and chat with me, said the Grasshopper,
instead of toiling and moiling in that way?
I am helping to lay up food for the winter, said the Ant,
and recommend you to do the same.
Why bother about winter? said the Grasshopper; we have got
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Too much agreement kills the chat.More [03/29/2018 05:03:36]

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