[it’s better than real. you’re in your computer and i’m in mine. we’re connected by memory chips and fiber optics. we’re safe here.]
[new things get old.]
[we never discussed the possibility of a retainer.
what do you mean? hey, man, you talking about my sister?
is that who she is?]
[i said put it on. here. i wanna see you put it on. stop. take off your socks. take off your brassière. take off your underweare. put on the dress. come here. behind me.]
[my butt’s so big!
let me reveal a little secret: guys like big butts.]
[our fortune allowed us to feel a sadness which our parents had no time to afford and an happiness which i have never seen in them.]
[do you know what i would do? i would live here. or maybe not here. there’re too tourists here. but i don’t know, maybe in india or in africa. and you know, maybe we could get sailboat and we could sail around the world. would you? let’s pretend we’re the only people in the universe.]
[an ordinary man? in my opinion, the ordinary man is the one turns to watch the ass of a beautiful woman passing on the street. and discovers he isn’t the only one to have turned. and there are at least five or six men. and he’s glad if he discovers people like him, his fellows.]
[see? isn’t this better than a mirror?]
[what makes you carry on, oscar?
what made me start: the beauty of the act.]