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: Do get done with that, Minnie. The men are eyeing us for the wrong reasons. Minnie Fay
: A banana a day keeps the doctor away. Irene Molloy
: You mean an apple a day. Minnie Fay
: Who ever heard of a doctor slipping on an apple peel?
: Minnie, I don't mind that you never finish your lunch, but I do mind that you never finish your sentences.
: What's this? A return from Miss Mortimer again? Minnie Fay
: Same old story, cherries and feathers, cherries and feathers. To catch a beau I suppose. Irene Molloy
: If you ask me, she'd do better with a heavy veil.
: Cornelius Hackl here. Barnaby Tucker
: Barnaby Tucker here. Irene Molloy
: Irene Malloy here.
[upon seeing where they are going to eat
] Irene Molloy
: How beautiful! Minnie Fay
: How elegant! Barnaby Tucker
] How much?
: I've never touched a woman before. Irene Molloy
: You still haven't. That's my corset.
: Corneilius Hackl! What are you doing in New York? Cornelius Hackl
: Oh, I'm just delivering some oats. Horace
: Delivering some oats? With my former intended? You're discharged! Cornelius Hackl
: You can't fire me. I quit! Irene Molloy
: So do I! Horace
: Barnaby Tucker, you're discharged. Barnaby Tucker
: You can't fire me. I quit! Minnie Fay
: So do I!
: Mr. Vandergelder is a substantial man they tell me, and very well-liked. Cornelius Hackl
: Oh, he's a lovely man. Irene Molloy
: And a large circle of friends. Cornelius Hackl
: Oh, yes indeed. Five or six. Barnaby Tucker
: I suppose a rich man can dance just as well as a poor one.