Jumping on the Harry and Sally bandwagon here. In my defense, I watch this movie almost every New Year's Eve. One of the infinity things I love about it is Meg Ryan's facial expressions. Behold.
  1. "Why don't you tell me the story of your life?"
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  2. "Obviously you haven't had great sex yet."
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  3. "Oh no! Call the cops! It's already out there."
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  4. "You've been together what, three weeks?"
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  5. "Her name is Helen Hillson. She's a lawyer. She's keeping her name."
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  6. "This is a revision to the previous rule."
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  7. "Which I mean come on, who are we kidding? You probably do."
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  8. "You find yourself singing Surrey with the Fringe on Top in front of Ira!"
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  9. "I've got to go home, change my clothes, and go to work. And so do you. But after work I'd like to take you out to dinner if you're free."
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  10. "I'm so relieved you think so too."
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  11. "You know how a year to a person is like seven years to a dog?"
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  12. "Or does it mean if we happen to forget them we should remember them, which isn't possible because we already forgot them."
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