Dorothy: In every relationship, there are times when you don’t want to be with each other. I mean, Stanley and I went through a period where we had very little marital relations at all. I totally cut off his sex.
Rose: You mean, it grows back?
Dorothy: [sarcastically] Yes, Rose; he’s a lizard!
Dorothy:Let's say you make Miles a batch of your delicious, creamy cupcakes, and he loves them so much that he wants you to make them all the time.
Rose:Miles does have a sweet tooth.
Dorothy:But let's say that, even though he loves your cupcakes more than life itself, one day he decides to try somebody else's cupcakes. For lack of a better example let's say my cupcakes. And I, in a mad passionate moment, forget myself and... let him try my cupcakes. How would that make you feel?
Rose:I'd like to think I'd understand.
Dorothy:Oh, good, good. I was hoping that's what you would say.
Rose:I'm sorry. It's just the idea of Miles wanting to try your cupcakes.
Dorothy:Why is that funny?
Rose:No offense, Dorothy, but your cupcakes are dry and tasteless. Nobody ever likes your cupcakes.
Dorothy:My cupcakes are moist and delicious. Men love my cupcakes.
Rose:Get a clue, Dorothy. Men would rather pay for cupcakes.