Lady Beekman: It's a tiara.
Lorelei Lee: You DO wear it on your head. I just love finding new places to wear diamonds.
Lorelei Lee: I've been wondering, what is your line, Mr. Malone?
Ernie Malone: My line? My most effective one is to tell a girl she has hair like a tortured midnight, lips like a red couch in an ivory palace that I'm lonely and starved for affection. Then, I generally burst into tears. It seldom works.
Lorelei Lee: I always say a kiss on the hand might feel very good, but a diamond tiara lasts forever.
Dorothy Shaw: For instance, who's the young man who just tried to steal second base?
Ernie Malone: Name is Malone.
Dorothy Shaw: I'm Dorothy, well Mr. Malone.
Ernie Malone: You're the most attractive girl in the room so I came over to tell you, do you mind?
Dorothy Shaw: No, I might as well warn you, flattery will get you anywhere.
Ernie Malone: In that case we haven't got any problems.
Lorelei Lee: There was an old man named Sidney... Who drank till he ruined a kidney. It shriveled and shrank, but he drank and he drank... He had his fun doing it, didn't he?
Lady Beekman: You'll find I mean business.
Dorothy Shaw: Oh, really? Then why are you wearing that hat?
Dorothy Shaw: You know I think you're the only girl in the world who can stand on a stage with a spotlight in her eye and still see a diamond inside a man's pocket.
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