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Everyone says things they regret when they're stressed Joe Fox: Everyone says things they regret when they're stressed. You were expecting to see someone you trusted and met the enemy instead.   We'll write letters our whole lives Kathleen Kelly: We'll be like George Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Campbell. We'll write letters our whole lives.   You are daring to imagine that you could have a different life Birdie Conrad: You are daring to imagine that you could have a different life. I know it doesn't feel like that.   You need quiet while a hot dog is singing? Do you mind? A hot dog is singing. You need quiet while a hot dog is singing?
I'm so honored that you'd want to be with me Frank Navasky: I'm so honored that you'd want to be with me because you wouldn't be with anyone who wasn't truly worthy.   My friend said my daughter has to read the shoe books Who's the author? I don't know. My friend said my daughter has to read the shoe books, so here I am.   Who does it remind me of? Patricia Eden: It's so obtuse. It's so insensitive. Reminds me of someone. Who does it remind me of? Me!   The elevator thinks no one is here and it opens Charlie: We should jump in the air. We jump. The elevator thinks no one is here and it opens.
Quotes from You've Got Mail film 6 Dear friend: I cannot tell you what happened last night. But I beg you from the bottom of my heart to forgive me for not being there. For what happened. I feel terrible that you found yourself in a situation that caused you additional pain. But I'm absolutely sure that whatever you said last night was provoked. Even deserved. The fault is mine. Someday I'll explain everything. Meanwhile I'm still here. Talk to me. Did he say he wanted to meet you again? No, not really. It doesn't matter. Thank you for the scones. They look lovely. Birdie, where was this one taken? Seville. When you fell madly in love? So, dearie, what have you decided to do? Close. We're going to close. Close. Closing the store is the brave thing to do. You are such a liar. But thank you. You feel like a big failure. But you're not. You are marching into the unknown, armed with nothing. Have a sandwich. Not nothing. I have a little money saved. If you need more, ask me. I'm very rich. I bought Intel at six. I suppose you want me to tell you who it was I fell madly in love with. I'm not going to tell. Who was it? Come on, tell. That's so mean. But so romantic. It wasn't meant to be. Why not? He ran Spain. Spain? The country, he ran it. It was his job. And then he died. Just as well. Milk or lemon? They buy leather jackets for more than they're worth. Birdie is a very special person to me. She is practically my surrogate mother. She's out of her mind. She is not! I could never be with anybody who doesn't take politics seriously. I have something to tell you. I didn't vote. You forgive me? Excuse me, I'm sorry. Excuse me. This has been a big week. You're closing the store. It's not that. Really, it's not. I know, I know. That was terrible of me. What was terrible? Jumping all over you when I'm the one. I don't even know how to say this. What is it? What? You're a wonderful person. So are you. I feel exactly the same way. Don't say that. That makes it worse. What? You don't love me. Me either. You don't love me? No. But we're so right for each other. I know! Well, is there someone else? That woman on television, Sidney Ann. Nothing has happened, but. I can't help myself. What about you? Is there someone else? No, but. But there is the dream of someone else. Grab a copy of The Trumpet of the Swan. This is a tragedy. These chairs for sale? Anything not nailed down. Ten dollars, it's yours. What are you going to do now? I think I'll take some time. I'm almost looking forward to it. Good luck to you. I came here every Saturday when I was little. I remember when your mother gave me Anne of Green Gables. Read it with a box of Kleenex, she told me. Could someone help me? She's looking down on you now. I'm sure she is. Why don't we bomb Fox Books? Do you have the shoe books? Noel Streatfeild wrote Ballet Shoes and Skating Shoes and Theatre Shoes and Dancing Shoes and. I'd start with Ballet Shoes. It's my favorite. Although Skating Shoes is completely wonderful. But it's out of print. Streatfeild. How do you spell that? Thank you. Kathleen Kelly. It was like her name was in the air. Just like that? Everyone was talking about her today. Kathleen Kelly and her situation. And I was thinking that she'd make a great children's book editor. What makes you think that? Well she knows everything. She has flawless taste. She's famous for it. Salesmen swear by her. If she likes the book, it sells. Period! You're going to offer her a job? What else has she got to do? Now that she's destitute. Thanks to you. I don't see her working for you. Why not? She's never fired anybody. Look at that little shop. Those people have been there forever. Till recently, when they all lost their jobs. Thanks to you. Hold the elevator! Hello, Charlie. I love how you've forgotten you had any role in her current situation. What is going on? Could be stuck. What are you doing? I hope it doesn't plummet. Can it do that? It cannot plummet to the basement. Hi, this is Joe Fox. Who's this? Juan? We are stuck in the elevator between the sixth and seventh floor. There's four of us. If you don't get your ass up here now and get us the hell out of here! Listen. Call the super and then 911. The fire department, that's right. Thank you very much. One two three. Jump! If I get out of here I'm going to start speaking to my momma. Wonder what she's doing right this minute? If I ever get out of here I'm marrying Orit. I love her. I should marry her. I don't know what's stopping me. If I ever get out of here, I'm having my eyes lasered. If I ever get out Where are my Tic-Tacs?