"Do you know what my mother said to me when I told her I wanted to start a company? She said your chances are one in a million. And I said maybe I’m that one, and she said you’re not. And she was wrong. And whatever she thought she saw in me, was wrong. Because I am one in a million."
"Two years ago, I was afraid of wanting anything. I figured wanting would lead to trying and trying would lead to failure. But now I find I can’t stop wanting. I want to fly somewhere on first class. I want to travel to Europe on a business trip. I want to get invited to the White House. I want to learn about the world. I want to surprise myself. I want to be important. I want to be the best person I can be. I want to define myself instead of having others define me. I want to win and have people be happy for me. I want to lose and get over it. I want to not be afraid of the unknown. I want to grow up and be generous and big-hearted, the way people have been with me. I want an interesting and surprising life. It’s not that I think I’m going to get all these things. I just want the possibility of getting them. College represents possibility. The possibility that things are going to change. I can’t wait. "
"Why is it that the guys I want, never go for me? I try so hard. I’m inappropriate and I always say the wrong things and Elena always says the right things. I mean, she doesn’t even try and he just picks her. And she’s always the one that everyone picks. For everything. And I try so hard and I’m never the one."
"You are eight feet tall. Your boobs are perfect. Your hair is down to there. If I were you, I would just walk around naked all the time. I wouldn’t have a job. I wouldn’t have any skills. I wouldn’t even know how to read. I would just be… naked."
"The more time I spend with Zach, the less times I think about … God, what’s his face? Built like a bean pole, curly hair, runs away like a little bitch on his sailboat, leaving nothing but a note for his girlfriend who cried over and over for him until the Fourth of July when she decided she doesn’t cry over bitches on boats."