ritual piercing

  • Wednesday: We're going now.
  • Wednesday and Lucas: *try to leave*
  • Mal: All right, wait a minute. No drinking, no drugs, no kissing, no tattoos, no piercings, no ritual animal slaughters of any kind. Oh God, I'm giving them ideas.
Ten Things I Hate About You

Compiled from here and here.

  • “Make anyone cry today?”
  • “Sadly, no. But it’s only four-thirty.”
  • “It’s not everyday you find a girl who’ll flash someone to get you out of detention.”
  • “Don’t let anyone ever make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want.”
  • “Just ‘cause you’re beautiful, that doesn’t mean that you can treat people like they don’t matter.”
  • “I don’t like to do what people expect.”
  • “No drinking, no drugs, no kissing, no tattoos, no piercings, no ritual animal slaughters of any kind.”
  • “Tell me something true.”
  • “Who needs affection when I have blind hatred?”
  • “We’ll dance, we’ll kiss, we’ll come home. It’s not quite the crisis situation you imagine.”
  • “Well, maybe you’re not afraid of me but I’m sure you’ve thought about me naked, huh?”
  • “You don’t buy black lingerie unless you want someone to see it.”
  • “Expressing my opinion is not a terrorist action.”
  • “Wow, is this what a bar looks like?”
  • “’Hates him with the fire of a thousand suns.’ That’s a direct quote.“
  • “I warned him that if he told anyone, the cheerleading squad would find out how tiny his dick is!”
  • “You are amazingly self-assured, has anyone ever told you that?”
  • “I dazzled him with my… wits.”
  • “You don’t always have to be who they want you to be, you know?”
  • “Tempestuous?”
  • “I believe ‘heinous bitch’ is the term used most often.”
  • “But imagine the things he’d say during sex.”
  • “Why do girls like that always like guys like that?”
  • “What if she never starts dating?”
  • “This from someone whose diary is devoted to favorite grooming tips?”
  • “But she doesn’t want to date.”
  • “You’re not helping.”
  • “You’re asking me out. That’s so cute. What’s your name again?”
  • “You wanna go out with him?”
  • “That guy? I heard he ate a live duck once. Everything but the beak and the feet.”
  • “How ‘bout your sex life?”
  • “ You’re gonna pay me to take out some girl?”
  • “ I can’t take a girl like that out on twenty bucks.”
  • “ Do you even know my name, screwboy?”
  • “I have the potential to smack the crap out of you if you don’t get out of my way.”
  • “You hate me don’t you?”
  • “My insurance does not cover PMS.”
  • “What? You don’t think I’m pretty?”

David Hyde Pierce and David Burtka discuss marriage, Broadway, and ‘It Shoulda Been You’

Entertainment Weekly 4/10/2015

What was the funniest mishap that happened at your own wedding?
DAVID BURTKA: Our daughter and flower girl, Harper, getting cold feet and refusing to perform. So Neil [Patrick Harris] and I were crouched behind her like angry stage parents, hissing at her to walk. She didn’t, and Neil carried her the entire way. In hindsight, wouldn’t change a thing.
DAVID HYDE PIERCE: Brian [Hargrove] and I were legally married, but then a few weeks later the State of California told us we weren’t. Oh, how we laughed.

What’s your pre-show ritual like?
PIERCE: Now that I’m directing, I just show up, sit down, and enjoy.
BURTKA: I kneel before my shrine to David Hyde Pierce and bask in his glory.

What surprised you most about the other David?
PIERCE: Not a thing—I expected him to be sweet, charming, and talented, and he is all that.
BURTKA: While he’s incredibly positive and kind, he demands that you never look him directly in the eyes.

How is marriage different from doing Broadway?
BURTKA: You’re doing a show to a MUCH smaller audience.
PIERCE: One is a life-changing religious experience. The other is marriage.

How is marriage the same as doing Broadway?
BURTKA: After performing and getting all sweaty, there is often a standing ovation.
PIERCE: Both involve unions.

How does the cast get the attention of one David vs. another?
BURTKA: Everyone calls him ‘Master Hyde Pierce,’ and for me they just tend to throw things at my head.
PIERCE: They always have my attention. I’m not sure how they get David’s, although I think cookies help.

If my marriage was a musical, my big solo number would be called:
PIERCE: “Forever.”
BURTKA: “Daddy’s Turn.”