Fielding: "I'm sorry. Did I wake you?"
John: "I think you woke your Aunt Jenny. She's been dead for nine years."
Fielding: "It's gonna break his spirit."
John: "It goes on his neck, not his spirit."
Nate: "How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard?"
Fielding: "Oh, Gandhi."
Nate: "Winnie the Pooh."
Fielding: "Yeah, grad school? For what?"
Nate: "Good point."
John: "What kind of a name is 'Gonker'?"
Fielding: "He gonked me in the head."
John: "I see you haven't recovered from the trauma."
Don't ever do that again. It's very off-putting when you quote smart dead guys back at me. That's my thing.Dog Gone, by Nate
"Loneliness and the feeling of bein unwanted is the most terrible poverty." Mother Teresa, who, by the way, I guarantee you was never dumped. I mean, seriously, you dump her, that is one-way ticket downstairs.Dog Gone, by Nate
Fielding: "Just one week into senior year. How'd she just leave me?"
Nate: "Apparently by text."