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"The reason I'm singing the national anthem, Steve, is that I'm signing off now."
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"There's nothing wrong with our marriage, but the spectre of gay marriage has hopelessly eroded the institution."
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"You knew I was straight when you married me."
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"For God's sake, Edgar, get up- I'm leaving you!"
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"What is it this time? My maleness? My Anglo-Saxoness? My Pincetoness? My lawyerness?"
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"I have the kids Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. She has them Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Thursday they're free-range.
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'I'm sorry, Frank, but I think I need some space.'
'You won't have me as a deduction anymore.'
"I don't believe it. That's my ex-wife."
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'Was your divorce amicable?' 'It was more amicable than the marriage.'
All this alimony to my first wife is killing me.
When chemical engineers break up.
'I'm leaving you. Not only is the grass greener, but everything else is, too.'
"I'm sorry, but Pauline's sleeping now. With me! And she's mine—all mine! You hapless 3 A.M. ex!"
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"Mommy want you to have everything she had when she was growing up."
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"We've been together so long we can finish each other's divorce threats."
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"Whadda you mean, 'the chemistry is gone'?"
'I think we should just be friends.'
'It's not that I don't find you attractive, Betty. Just a little bit ... well ... old-fashioned!'
"I promised I wouldn't cry....so far, so good!"
Babette began getting mysterious headaches immediately after breaking up with Vincent.
"You just can't accept that I've found someone 'extra special'." Best bitter / Pale Ale / Tennants Very Very Strong Lager.
"Sorry, it's over, I finally found someone who loves to swim ad to laugh as much as I do."
Grammar, importance of good: 'You have broken my wittle heart,' sobbed Penelope, evidently still unaware of her appalling grammatical faults.
'Sorry I keep pocket dialing you, Cliff. Just to be clear, I don't want you back.'