Quotes: OOC Is Serious Business
"'Will do', Bob said, and for once he was serious and didn't sass me.
Since when did we
become the voices of reason
Sooner or later, you play all the parts.
Does he ever smile? AndrAIa:
If he does, run.
"Bail frowned; if even the irrepressible Jar Jar was worried, this looked to be even worse than he'd expected."
"HARRY POTTER! YOU LISTEN TO ME RIGHT NOW!"
"This has even got my brother brooding. He's always been a firm believer in quick decisions. Yet he wishes for more time... that's never happened before."
"I was surprised today, to see Miho talk to Mother like that. That shows you were quite desperate... I'm sorry."
"See? Charlie just made a joke at you in the Oval Office.
That's how bad an idea it is.
"I start fighting a war, you'll see something new."
Shikamaru: It's been two days since your last cigarette. When a chain smoker like you lays off, something's always up.
: Sharp eyes, Shikamaru. If the likes of you can read my heart, then I'm still a rank amateur.
"Some things are not meant to be! Dogs shouldn't get along with cats, men shouldn't have ponytails, and your father is not meant to have a job!"
They say that when somebody acts out of character it is serious business. So when Weiss
let out three well-chosen expletives and tried to grind the hand written note on the beautiful stationary that gave the faintest and most modest impression of having been scented with rose water into a fine powder, her friends were duly concerned. Weiss wasn't like this when she was mad. She was a prissy heiress with an air of angry refinement with options on a good tirade [sic]
when she was mad. They could not recall ever hearing her swear like that.
It was a bit unnerving to see the normally bubbly and almost spastic young woman so somber and focused, Blake thought with a shiver as she took in the diamond hard glint to Nora’s eyes.
Madeline Westen: (opens the fridge)
You want a beer
? Sam Axe: (slams the fridge closed)
No, I don't
want a beer. Madeline:
Okay. This is
That's what I'm trying to say.