We're all spoiled for choice, aren't we, darling? I knew after the first three days and nights that I'd blown it. I married for love instead of money. I came home and I found him sleeping in my garter belt. So, I left him and married a Mexican who owned an ocean liner and two hundred acres of Acupulco, and after about a week I knew that I'd really blown it. Here I am in the bathroom, utterly pissed, alone on my birthday, without love, without money, asking myself, "What else is there?"
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This quote was added November 29, 2007.