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A single mother, that’s a sacred thing, man.

Satt och kollade på Jerry McGuire med Tom Cruise igår. Hade väl inget bättre för mig. Jag har sett filmen innan  men uppfattade inte en dialog i filmen på samma sätt som jag gjorde just igårkväll.

Jerry: Can I ask you a question totally unrelated to your career?
Rod: Oh, we gonna be friends now?
Jerry: What do you know about dating a single mother?
Rod: Oh I know plenty. I was raised by a single mother.
Jerry: Tell me, because it’s been a month, and she’s about to take another job in San Diego.
Rod: First, single mothers don’t ”date.” They have been to the circus, you know what I’m saying? They have been to the puppet show and they have seen the strings. You love her?
Jerry: How do I know?
Rod: You know when you know. It makes you shiver, it eats at your insides. You know?
Jerry: No, I don’t know.
Rod: Then you gotta have The Talk.
Jerry: But I sure don’t like that she’s leaving.
Rod: Well, that ain’t fair to her. A single mother, that’s a sacred thing, man.
Jerry: The kid is amazing.
Rod: No. A real man does not shoplift the ”pooty” from a single mom.
Jerry: I didn’t ”shoplift the pooty.” We were thrown together and — I mean it’s two mutual people who — Alright, I shoplifted the pooty.
Rod: Shame on you. SHAME on you.

Där HÖR ni! Så rätt det är!

A single mother, that’s a sacred thing, man.

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