`Sugar Coated Delusions`

April 1, 2018

Strangers Again Script credits to WongFu Productions

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 10:26 am

We’re just wasting time.

And now you think I’m stupid.

You know I don’t think that, Marissa.

You don’t say it but I know you’re thinking it.

Well of course I’m thinking it right now! This whole thing is stupid!


See what? It is! Who cares if I wanna leave early? Even you barely know her and you’re mad at me?

Yah! ‘Coz you think I’m annoying you!

Oh my God, this isn’t even about us! This is about your co-worker’s lame potluck that you feel obligated to go to because she has no friends. If we go, that counts! We don’t have to stay the whole four hours.

But it is about us! It’s about you understanding what’s important to me!

Eating homemade potato salad and playing the scrabble tournament is important to you?

This is stupid.

That’s what I just said!

YOU’RE stupid.

You know what, I’m willing to let that one go, can you just tell me if we can leave early or not, please?

Josh, you tell me.

*whispers* What?

Look, I’m sorry I brought it up. Can you just decide and I’ll do whatever?

No, Josh, not this time. I’m not gonna tell you what to do because you’re just gonna use it against me saying ‘I always do what you say.’ No more.

Hey, this one wasn’t my fault. There’s no reason for this.

You’re right. There is no reason for this.

It wasn’t always like this. I can’t really remember when it was but I know for sure we weren’t like this. She used to be… my unicorn. You know, unbelievable. Crazy special. The girl I thought could never exist. But, as time went on, from one stage of our relationship to the next, the path that started off so innocent and fun has taken us to that. But, like most, we started off as strangers, at Stage 1: Meeting. Thanks to a shoelace, actually.

STAGE 1: Meeting

Excuse me. Excuse me, your shoelaces are untied.

Oh! Thanks.

No prob. WhenIshudowhhp… Tsss… Woah.

I could have not planned it better even if I tried. But thank goodness the city hadn’t fixed their park trails in five years.

I didn’t tell her that it was my first time running in about nine months and somehow, we ended up going for almost five miles that day. It’s so pathetic to see how guys would do just about anything for the right girl, but it paid off because I got her number.

We really hit it off that day. I think so, at least. I blacked out for a few minutes but when I woke up, I remembered I made a pretty good connection. From that point on, we were at Stage 2: The Chase. Some say it’s the best part.

STAGE 2: The Chase

All I wanted was to know more about her.

All I wanted to do was to hang out with her.


*sigh* Ohhhh….

The only person I wanted to talk to was her.

She was the number one priority.

What the hell, man?

And every time I saw her, butterflies.

She was everything that I thought could be perfect in a girl. And as soon as it felt right,

Would you be my girlfriend?


With this simple word, we began our relationship, taking us into Stage 3: The Honeymoon.

STAGE 3: The Honeymoon

Everyone calls it this, and for good reason. It was the time when we could finally fully express our affection to each other and do all the things we wanted to do as a couple. It was a dream come true. The girl I wanted to be with so, so badly was finally mine. But eventually, the fire cooled and both of us simmered down to normalcy. By the end of it all, we had a bajillion pictures with each other, knew every detail of our everyday lives, and like any normal healthy couple, we entered Stage 4: Comfortable.

STAGE 4: Comfortable

What do you wanna do tonight?

I dunno. Whatever.

Now, being comfortable isn’t necessarily bad. It’s when we could truly be ourselves. But it depends on what you do with that comfort. Some use it positively, continuing to work at their relationship and grow together, but others allow it to create distance and, for Marissa and I, it made us take each other for granted.

Hey! What are you doing? It’s Tuesday, why aren’t you dressed?

Oh, yeah. I totally forgot. Can we skip it? I don’t feel like going.

This whole thing was your idea.

I… I know. I just kinda have other things to do. Um, next week, yeah?


*phone ringing* You’re not gonna get that?

I’ll call her back after this level. Hey watch out!

Whether it’s taking each other for granted, or people changing over time, the bottom line is, someone stops stying and feelings aren’t as strong as before. This could happen over a few months or a few years. For us, it was one and a half years when we hit Stage 5: Tolerance.

STAGE 5: Tolerance

When Marissa and I got to this stage, I couldn’t believe it and I was pretty disappointed. Somehow, the girl I was so crazy about a year ago had turned into someone who just wasn’t that special anymore. It happened so gradually that I didn’t even see it coming but there we were, just tolerating each other.

Oh gosh. Don’t even ask me about my day.

*whispers* I won’t.

I swear my co-workers are trying to get me to quit!

*rolls eyes*

Where do you want to eat tonight?

Wherever you wanna go.

Can you just decide? I asked you.

And I’m being flexible, you pick.

Oh jeez, you’re like a five-year-old, someone else has to tell you what to do.

Normally, I’m gonna let that go but I’m having a bad day, too, so

What did you just say?

Arguing is one thing but feeling dissatisfied and unhappy with the relationship is another. We tried various times to try and make changes, to fix things but, like so many couples out there, it wasn’t enough. We became one of those relationships where it wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great. And lemme tell you, that’s never a good way to describe a relationship.

Well, I guess I’m gonna sleep now.




It wasn’t long before we were in Stage 6: Downhill.

STAGE 6: Downhill

There’s not much time left once you’re here. The effort to try make to make things work just isn’t worth it anymore. Problems continue, arguments don’t get solved… I don’t even really remember what we argued about.

I can’t talk to you right now. You’re…

Why won’t you just…

I can’t believe that y…

Well how could you jus…

What did we argue about?

Marissa and I, sad to say, are nearing the end of this stage. What’s next is what happens to everyone at some point, the end of the line, the worst stage ever. Breaking up.

STAGE 7: Breaking Up

I don’t know when it’ll happen or how, but I hope we can leave it on good, mutual terms, if that’s ever truly possible.

I think it’s for the best.


And this is when the two of us will start a new path, one that leads right back to where we started, strangers. The change will be so drastic and so blunt that we’ll probably wanna get back together right away just to restore what’s normal.


Hey, Marissa. I miss you.

Are you drunk?

But this does not always happen and the distance will grow. Eventually, the two of us will move on, or find someone new.

Oh my gosh. Donald. Donald! Don… Come here! Don… Who is that? Who’s she with? Tell me who that is.

I’m sorry, man.

And even when we both get over the past and try to remain friends, things will never be the same.

Josh? Hey, it is you!

Woah, Marissa!

Hi! Nice to see you.

Yeah, you too. You still running around here?

Well, when I visit home, yeah.


Yeah, I moved up to San Francisco a couple of months ago, but I’m just here to show my boyfriend the park.

Oh, cool.

Oh, he’s here. Josh, this is Alex. Alex, Josh.


(daydream: *punch to left eye*)

Nice to meet you, man.

Well, uhh, we should catch up some time. I’ll text you later, OK?



Our lives will continue on in different directions toward the inevitable end, becoming strangers again. And everything we shared will become fragments of memories from so long ago, I’ll question if it even really happened. And all that’ll be left is this, a box of random stuff from a faded period of time when this stranger was the most important person in my life. What a shame.

“This is to remind you of how hard you fell for me when we first met. Haha. Josh, I’m so glad we have each other in our lives. I know that no matter what, we’ll make it through; and we’ll always have a tomorrow together. Happy Anniversary!”


Holy crap! What the hell are you doing?

Sorry, sorry. I mean… I mean, I… I’m sorry, Marissa. It’s just… It’s just a potluck. I don’t know why I’m being so difficult.

It’s… Whatever…

No, no. It’s not whatever. It’s important to us. Not the… I mean, not the potluck. This, this is important to us, to me. Let’s not do that anymore. I’m sorry, please.


Yeah? We’re okay?

I… I’m s-sorry. I’m being dumb. I-I’m so sorry, we’re gonna be okay, yeah?

It’s alright, babe.

(backtrack: 5 months earlier, near the end of Stage 4)

Do you realize there’s only two options for our future together? It’s either we break up or we get married.

Never really thought of that.

Think we’ll get married?

Jeez, that’s a loaded question. Why? You wanna get married to me?

I don’t know right now.

Me neither.

Do you wanna break up with me?

Of course not.

Well, it’s gonna be one or the other.

What do you think will happen if we don’t end up together? Are we gonna hate each other? D’you think we’ll keep in touch?

*sigh* I think that if life separates us and we end up in totally different places, I’ll always remember when our paths aligned for this period of time… And I’ll be thankful for that. I hope that wherever you are, you’ll be thankful, too. I think that’s the best we can wish for.

May 22, 2015

Resignation – just had to keep myself a copy =).

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 12:00 am

Have forgotten where I got the original, here goes:


After careful thought and consideration I have concluded that my core values are not aligned with the dysfunctional organizational culture currently prevailing in the company. It is time to move on to maintain my health, sanity, and overall happiness.

 This letter is to officially inform you that I resign from my position as XXXXXXXX, effective immediately.  This letter also serves as my exit interview.

 During one of my recruitment interview HR, asked me what I needed to be successful. I replied, “clear direction and strong leadership.”

 I received neither.

 Originally, I believed the biggest challenge in the company would stem from a lack of systems. However, I quickly realized that inflated egos, office politics and administrative incompetence would prove to be bigger obstacles. These dynamics are not conducive to innovation and productivity.

 Due to ambiguous policies and procedures and the inconsistent application and enforcement of both, I was deprived of fair and equitable treatment. Additionally, I have been reprimanded for fabricated, unsubstantiated claims regarding my performance and behavior. I hardly think that a statement from one person constitutes a fair and thorough investigation.

Fortunately for me, I know my worth and I am very well aware of the value I bring to a team. I refuse to settle for any form of disrespect or maltreatment, particularly from individuals whose only credibility resides in their job title as opposed to demonstrated excellence and leadership.

 I’m positive my experience isn’t an isolated one. The turnover rates and lack of employee engagement and satisfaction are further evidence of the bank’s inability to attract, develop and retain talent.

 I had a goal to brand the company as an employer of choice in our community. Unfortunately, it became abundantly clear to me that I would be out of integrity to attempt to attract employees to such a toxic and dysfunctional work place.I refuse to convince professionals to work for a more than a 100 year old company that operates like a start-up rampant with nepotism and cronyism.





March 4, 2014

5 Signs It’s Time to Quit Your Job

Filed under: Main — Tags: , , , , — rhycel @ 11:12 pm

There will be instances when you feel like you’re starting to dislike your job. This is normal especially if you’ve been doing it for a time. There’s nothing wrong with occasionally not liking your job but when the feeling becomes deeper and dislike turns to disdain, chances are, it’s time to submit your resignation letter.

It takes more than wishing you’re doing something else to determine when it’s time to say goodbye. It takes even longer to get to a point where quitting becomes a viable option.  There are telltale signs it’s time and it takes a certain level of awareness to understand what the signs mean and where it leads. So when do you know it’s time?

  1.  You’re Distracted All Throughout the Day

There will always be those times when your mind just isn’t in your job and that’s perfectly normal.  What isn’t, is when you’re distracted all throughout the day – even when it’s not during a holiday – every day of the workweek. When your mind wanders even if you have lots of work on your plate, then you have a problem.

More importantly, if you’re too distracted to get any work done and you know you’re losing the company money but feel indifferent about it, chances are, it’s time to quit. Remember that if you actually like what you’re doing, you’d feel guilty wasting precious company time and resources so do yourself a favor and quit while you’re ahead.

  1.  You Dread Mondays but Always Look Forward to Fridays

Mondays are always a drag but it’s when you start feeling that Fridays are taking so long to arrive and that weekends pass by in a blur that it may be time to throw in the towel. Also, if you’re unable to enjoy your weekend because you’re worrying too much about Monday approaching, then it’s seriously time to move on.

Weekends are supposed to be spent relaxing, enjoying, and just doing things you are unable to do during the work week. If you can’t relax simply because the looming Monday has already cast its dark shadow, you’re better off finding another job, one that’ll make you look forward to Monday rather than dread it. Lastly, if you’re beginning to take off one day a week to shorten what you perceive as a long work week, it would be modest to quit rather than be terminated due to excessive absences.

  1.  Your Values No Longer Align with the Company

This one’s easy and is perhaps the clearest sign that it’s time to leave. This is also the only sign you can use during your interview with another company that won’t jeopardize your chances of being considered for the job posting.

When your values no longer align with the company you begin to doubt everything they tell you. Professional lines start to blur and you begin to drift away from the company greatly affecting your work performance. In order to be at your most productive professionally, it is important that you believe in the goal you and the company is working hard to achieve.  If you realize that your values no longer match those of your employers’, it’s time to move on.

  1.  You Forget About the Company the Moment You Step Out of the Office

The company you work for is an extension of your personal life. People who love what they’re doing think about how much value they can add to their work even after they’re out of the office. They think about what they want to do the next day and plan what they’re going to achieve tomorrow. If your mind shuts off immediately after you leave the office, then it may be time to go.

You don’t need to think about work every time but it’s when you don’t think about it at all that you should start worrying. If you’re looking at work as just work, then that’s exactly what happens. Perhaps it’s time to find out what you’re really passionate about and go after it rather than remain working in a company that’s giving you a hard time performing at your best.

  1.  You Talk About Work Negatively and Relish Talking to Other People About it

Surely, there are people in the office complaining about how their work sucks. You’ve probably met them before and avoided them like plague so that office drama does not rub on you. When you start becoming like them and actually enjoy hanging around with them just so you can complain, whine, and rant about work, then it’s time to bid them and the company goodbye.

Negativity in the workplace has never been good.  It will drag you down and prevent you from doing everything you can to get things done. Before you even realize it, you’d bring it with you even outside the office.  You’d start talking about it to family members, friends, and even people who’d care to listen. That isn’t healthy and you’re better off spending your energy doing something somewhere else.

The decision to quit your job and pursue something you’re passionate about is not something you make lightly. There are, of course, other factors you need to consider and the signs mentioned above are just catalysts to help you make a decision sooner.

Your attitude towards work will ultimately be your gauge on whether you really need to quit. You can try changing your perception about work and see if it changes anything. If not, then it’s time to look and explore other opportunities out there for you.

Source: http://sg.jobsdb.com/SG/EN/Resources/JobSeekerArticle/5-signs-its-time-to-quit-job?ID=2711

February 8, 2014

Is the Grass REALLY Always Greener?

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 1:52 pm

Single people ache for marriage

Married people, to be single

Poor people want the luxuries of the rich

The rich, the simplicity of the poor

Light skinned long for dark

Dark skinned long for light

The jobless hurt for work

The working despise the jobs they have

Young people can’t wait to age

While the old wish they could go back

It almost seems

There’s no point in longing

Perhaps the solution

Is to try to be more content

Where you ARE

And somehow

Not let it get in the way

Of where you’re GOING

– Nathan Allen


November 30, 2013

Six Two Eight

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 10:02 pm

by Europe released, I think 1985….

Suddenly missed the 80’s hehe

July 20, 2013

What about now – Daughtry

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 2:37 am

Shadows fill an empty heart
As love is fading,
From all the things that we are
But are not saying.
Can we see beyond the scars
And make it to the dawn?
Change the colors of the sky.
And open up to
The ways you made me feel alive,
The ways I loved you.
For all the things that never died,
To make it through the night,
Love will find you.
What about now?
What about today?
What if you’re making me all that I was meant to be?
What if our love never went away?
What if it’s lost behind words we could never find?
Baby, before it’s too late,
What about now?
The sun is breaking in your eyes
To start a new day.
This broken heart can still survive
With a touch of your grace.
Shadows fade into the light.
I am by your side,
Where love will find you.
What about now?
What about today?
What if you’re making me all that I was meant to be?
What if our love, it never went away?
What if it’s lost behind words we could never find?
Baby, before it’s too late,
What about now?
Now that we’re here,
Now that we’ve come this far,
Just hold on.
There is nothing to fear,
For I am right beside you.
For all my life,
I am yours.
What about now?
What about today?
What if you’re making me all that I was meant to be?
What if our love never went away?
What if it’s lost behind words we could never find?
What about now?
What about today?
What if you’re making me all that I was meant to be?
What if our love never went away?
What if it’s lost behind words we could never find?
Baby, before it’s too late,
Baby, before it’s too late,
Baby, before it’s too late,
What about now ?

June 16, 2013

Iris – goo goo dolls

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 11:34 am

Pretty in Punk – Fall out boy

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 11:08 am

June 15, 2013

Every man has some reminiscenceswhich he would not

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 11:03 am

Every man has some reminiscences

which he would not tell to everyone

but only to his friends.


He has others which he would not reveal

even to his friends, but only to himself,

and that in secret.


But finally

there are still others which a man is even afraid to tell 

to himself,

and every decent man has a considerable number

of such things stored away.


That is, one can even say

that the more decent he is,

the greater the number of such things in his mind

– Fyodor Dostoyevsky Notes from the Underground

On Neglect by J. Johnson

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 10:05 am


People do what people actually want to do. This simple statement holds itself to be true in 99% of peoples lives. If a person really wants to do a certain thing, and they have their heart set on it, then more than likely they will accomplish it. This especially holds true in a lot of relationships you may encounter, if you haven’t already encountered it. When someone doesn’t show up when they say they will, always cancels plans, or just doesn’t come around even though they have ample opportunity to, chances are they really don’t want to be a part of your life.

Realizing and accepting this may be a very hard pill to swallow, but is essential for ones happiness. To combat this it is essential that you cut the people out of your life who make no time for you when they have the opportunities to. Doing so will free your mind eventually, and will also free your calendar. Now you have time to spend with someone who wants to spend that time with you as much as you want with them. Starting new relationships may seem difficult at first, but change is an essential function of life. We must embrace change and let the things go in our lives that are broken, and that have no possible way of being fixed. You ultimately can’t make someone make time for you, so it is imperative that you find someone who has no qualms with and that is enthusiastic about you, and vice versa.

 If someone wants to be a part of your life, they’ll make an effort to be in it. Don’t bother reserving a space in your heart for someone who doesn’t make an effort to stay. 


May 27, 2013

What is Heartache?

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 3:19 pm

Heartache is feeling all the love
you could possibly possess for that one person and at the same time know
that the feelings are not mutual.

Heartache is having that feeling of anticipation crushed down when you see him/her and know that you cant have him/her.

Heartache is trying to be a good friend and listen to him/her express his own feelings of love…..for someone else.

Heartache is him/her coming to you for relationship advice and you trying with all your power not to give him/her advice that will surely demolish his/her current relationship.

Heartache is wanting so desperately to
grab him/her and give him/her one of those huge fireworks exploding,
academy-award winning kiss;
would only happen in a movie
because he/she loves somebody else kisses…..but you know you cant.

Heartache is forcing your body to play dead towards him/her so as to not give
any true feeling away,
even though the deafening sound of your heart beating out his/her name is driving you insane.

Heartache is having to tell someone who just asked who that guy/girl you were walking with was…

“ohh him/her, we’re just friends”,
while inside you cry and
whisper “that’s all we’ll ever be”

I’ll be there – The Escape Club

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 11:12 am

I can hear the song playing somewhere in Makan Sutra as me and my family was chilling at the Starbucks near the Merlion on the night of the 24th…coincidentally one of my favorite songs.

Such a simple, beautiful song with a deep meaning. I want this played on my funeral hehe..

May 17, 2013

Black – Pearl Jam

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 12:37 am

…I know someday you’ll have a beautiful life, I know you’ll be a sun in somebody else’s sky…


April 2, 2013


Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 10:14 pm

Lesson 1: Naked Wife
A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. The wife quickly wraps herself in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, the next door neighbor. Before she says a word, Bob says, “I’ll give you $800 to drop that towel.” After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and stands naked in front of Bob.

After a few seconds, Bob hands her $800 dollars and leaves. The woman wraps back up in the towel and goes back upstairs. When she gets to the bathroom, her husband asks,…

“Who was that?” “It was Bob the next door neighbor,” she replies. “Great!” the husband says, “Did he say anything about the $800 he owes me?”

Moral of the story:
If you share critical information pertaining to credit and risk with your shareholders in time, you may be in a position to prevent avoidable exposure.

Lesson 2:
A sales rep, an administration clerk, and the manager are walking to lunch when they find an antique oil lamp. They rub it and a Genie comes out. The Genie says, “I’ll give each of you just one wish” “Me first! Me first!” says the administration clerk. “I want to be in the Bahamas, driving a speedboat, without a care in the world.” Poof! She’s gone. “Me next! Me next!” says the sales rep. “I want to be in Hawaii,relaxing on the beach with my personal masseuse, an endless supply of Pina Coladas and the love of my life.” Poof! He’s gone. “OK, you’re up,” the Genie says to the manager. The manager says, “I want those two back in the office after lunch.”

Moral of the story: Always let your boss have the first say.

Lesson 3:
A priest offered a lift to a Nun. She got in and crossed her legs, forcing her gown to reveal a leg. The priest nearly had an accident. After controlling the car, he stealthily slid his hand up her leg. The nun said,”Father, remember Psalm 129?” The priest removed his hand. But,changing gears, he let his hand slide up her leg again. The nun once again said, “Father, remember Psalm 129?” The priest apologized “Sorry sister but the flesh is weak.” Arriving at the convent, the nun went on her way. On his arrival at the church, the priest rushed to look up Psalm 129. It said, “Go forth and seek, further up, you will find glory.”

Moral of the story: If you are not well informed in your job, you might miss a great opportunity.

Lesson 4:
A crow was sitting on a tree, doing nothing all day. A rabbit asked him,”Can I also sit like you and do nothing all day long?” The crow answered: “Sure, why not.” So, the rabbit sat on the ground below the crow, and rested.

…A fox jumped on the rabbit and ate it.

Moral of the story: To be sitting and doing nothing, you must be sitting very high up.

Lesson 5: Power of Charisma
A turkey was chatting with a bull “I would love to be able to get to the top of that tree,” sighed the turkey, but I haven’t got the energy.” “Well, why don’t you nibble on my droppings?” replied the bull. “They’re packed with nutrients.” The turkey pecked at a lump of dung and found that it gave him enough strength to reach the lowest branch of the tree. The next day, after eating some more dung, he reached the second branch. Finally after a fourth night, there he was proudly perched at the top of the tree. Soon he was spotted by a farmer, who shot the turkey out of the tree.

Moral of the story: Bullshit might get you to the top, but it wont keep you there.

Lesson 6:
A little bird was flying south for the winter. It was so cold the bird froze and fell to the ground into a large field. While he was lying there, a cow came by and dropped some dung on him. As the frozen bird lay there in the pile of cow dung, he began to realize how warm he was. The dung was actually thawing him out! He lay there all warm and happy, and soon began to sing for joy. A passing cat heard the bird singing and came to investigate. Following the sound, the cat discovered the bird under the pile of cow dung, and promptly dug him out and ate him.

Moral of the story:
1. Not everyone who shits on you is your enemy
2. Not everyone who gets you out of shit is your friend
3. And when you’re in deep shit, it’s best to keep your mouth shut!

March 6, 2013

5 Fav Hitch Quotes

Filed under: Main — rhycel @ 5:28 pm

Got this somewhere but lost the link…

1.”Never lie, steal, cheat, or drink. But if you must lie, lie in the arms of the one you love. If you must steal, steal away from bad company. If you must cheat, cheat death. And if you must drink, drink in the moments that take your breath away.” – Hitch. Sara asks Hitch what they should toast too, and he responds with one of the best “Hitch” movie quotes. The quote is a sentimental life lesson that can ring true for anyone. It is such a good line that people can use it in their own life by putting it in a card, or saying it in a toast.

2.”One dance, one look, one kiss, that’s all we get, Albert. Just one shot, to make the difference between “happily ever after” and “Oh? He’s just some guy I went to some thing with once.” – Hitch. Hitch says this quote to Albert while he is teaching him how to properly kiss. Albert does not think he needs a lesson on kissing, and Hitch responds with one of the best “Hitch” movie quotes. It is a true statement about how people often do not give second chances, so always put your best effort forward. If someone tries to teach you something, take it in and do not complain because you never know how it could enhance your life.

3.”You’re sending all the right signals-no earrings, heels under two inches, your hair is pulled back, you’re wearing reading glasses with no book, drinking a Grey Goose martini, which means you had a hell of a week and a beer just wouldn’t do it. And if that wasn’t clear enough, there’s always the “fuck off” sign that you have stamped on your forehead.” – Hitch. One of the best “Hitch” movie quotes is the line Hitch uses to pick up Sara in a bar. Upon seeing Sara wave away another man who uses a cheesy line, Hitch takes a shot by being brutally honest. Not only was it endearing to hear Hitch try and pick her up with honesty, but the last sentience of the quote is laugh out loud funny. In the end, the line got him the girl.

4.”(Showing Hitch his dance moves) Do the Q-tip! Q-tip! Now throw it away! Now what am I doing? I’m makin a pizza!” – Albert. While Hitch teaches Albert to dance, Albert takes the opportunity to show off his own moves. Albert has some unique dance moves that include mimicking cleaning his ears, and making a pizza. One of the best “Hitch” movie quotes because it is hilarious watching Albert perform the dance moves while saying what each one is called. At the end of the movie he performs the same dance moves at his wedding.

5.”So how does it happen, great love? Nobody knows … but what I can tell you is that it happens in the blink of an eye. One moment you’re enjoying your life, and the next you’re wondering how you ever lived without them.” – Hitch. One of the best “Hitch” movie quotes are powerful words of wisdom. The truthful quote is great because no one really knows how falling in love happens, but it does all the time. The quote is the last line spoken at the end of the movie, and is just a voice over the last shot.

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