• Tony: Three things, Sid. One - Get rid of the hat, it makes you look retarded.
  • Sid: Right.
  • Tony: Two -I always loved you the best, Sid. Three... I can't think of a three.

  • Sid: New York? Why would I want to go to New York?
  • Tony: She's thin, she's blonde, she says 'Wow!' a lot.

"I’ve been thinking about what Chris would have wanted me to say today. The advice he’d give me, which’d be something like, “Know what, babe? Fuck it. These guys know all about me. Tell them about someone else.” So I thought I’d tell you about a hero of Chris’s: a man called Captain Joe Kittinger. In 1960, climbing into a foil balloon, Captain Joe ascended 32 kilometres into the stratosphere. And then, armed only with a parachute, he jumped out. He fell for four minutes and thirty-six seconds, reaching seven hundred and forty miles per hour before opening his parachute five kilometres above the Earth. It had never been done before, and it’s never been done since. He did it just because he could. And that’s why Chris loved him - because the thing about Chris was, he said yes. He said yes to everything. He loved everyone. And he was the bravest boy - man - I knew. And that was - he flung himself out of a foil balloon every day. Because he could. Because he was. And that’s why - and that’s why we, we loved him."
— Jal at Chris’ funeral.

  • Anwar's Mom: I'll make coffee with lunch, special. You just um, go back to what you're doing.
  • Anwar's Mom: Do some more masturbating.

  • Anwar’s Mom: Anwar?
  • Anwar’s Mom: Anwar?
  • Anwar's Mom: Anwar, are you mastubating?
  • Anwar: Mum!
  • Anwar’s Mom: Sorry, thought it was a more interesting thing to ask than “Are you asleep?” ‘Cause if you have to ask, "Are you asleep?" then chances are they are asleep, but with masturbating who can be sure? Hm?

  • You've got a lot to carry.
  • Jal: I'm used to it. Got a lot of revision. Clarinet's not heavy-
  • I don't mean your bags.
  • Jal: I'm used to it.

  • Cassie: Do you know what hurts the most about a broken heart? Not being able to remember how you felt before. Try and keep that feeling, because if it goes you’ll never get it back.
  • Chris: What happens then?
  • Cassie: Then you lay waste to the world and everything in it.