If you are a constant reader of my blog, then you are probably aware that I usually post movie quotes after seeing great films on the big screen. This time, the lines I would be sharing are taken from the romantic-action-comedy film This Means War. Thanks to Abdel and Hershey for the instant movie date!
"I just can't believe I gave up everything for him."
"I'm going out. I'm dating. I'm having fun."
"You date but you're not taking it seriously."
"You might end up meeting the right guy. Isn't it worth it?"
"I know you would take a bullet for me."
"Can you imagine what it would be like to share this with a woman?"
"Pain. That's just weakness leaving the body."
"You're the only travel agent that really travels and go to places."
"Find your soul mate with just one click. No more empty mornings. Give yourself a gift of love. You deserve it."
"Guys wanna know you're flexible and you're good in gymnastics?"
"Tell me one thing that's not in your profile."
"You're the kind of man who enjoy one rental kind of things."
"Thanks. Happy hunting."
"I think it depends on the user."
"Hmmm. You smell nice."
"I love you. You're my best friend. You go date her."
"We have a gentleman's agreement. May the best man win. The best man for her."
"That's the spirit."
"You have an intelligence of a fifteen year old boy."
"You owe me an explanation for whatever that was."
"Mistakes make us who we are."
"I really like this girl."
"I really like this girl too."
"So you're not backing out?"
"I'm sorry to interrupt play time."
"I need a deadline. One week. I'm going to make a decision."
"He must trust you because you're the first girl he brought here."
"I also have hard time in trusting people."
"There are no mistakes."
"Cheers to no mistakes."
"You get out there. You get flexible."
"Do you think it's possible to love two people equally?"
"Love? Yes. Be in love, no."
"I know he's fat and ridiculous. But he's my fat, my ridiculous. I like the way I am with him. Don't choose the better guy. Choose guy that will make you a better woman."
"It's not my fault that you're always a step behind."
"Stop repeating whatever I said."
"I love you."
"I love you too."
"Family. Always and forever."
"Have I ever steered you wrong?"
I wonder... what really happens in real life when two best friends fight over a woman? Do they become closer to one another or completely forget their friendship?