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Pappass (Character)
from House of D (2004)

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House of D (2004)
Pappass: I'm not retarded anymore.
Tom Warshaw: Oh really?
Pappass: Really.
Tom Warshaw: When did that happen?
Pappass: Aww, 1984. Sometime in the spring. I went from retard to mentally handicapped. And then in 1987-88, I went from handicapped to challenged. I changed again. I'm probably changing right now, you know. Who knows what I'll be next?

Pappass: Do you ever miss your dad?
Tommy Warshaw: All the time.
Pappass: Want mine?
Tommy Warshaw: No thanks.

Pappass: I shaved my ass once. Bald as a cue ball.

Pappass: If you make a wish and don't tell nobody, it could come true.

Pappass: Places change like people change.

Pappass: No tittie. No tittie at all. I've seen lemons bigger.
Tommy Warshaw: Pappass!
Melissa: It's okay, I really don't care.
[sits down]
Tommy Warshaw: [sitting down too] Yeah, well, like, me neither. I have small balls, you know?
Melissa: [speechless]
Tommy Warshaw: But that's good, right?
Melissa: I don't know.
Pappass: [sitting down now] I have a huge penis.

Tom Warshaw: You forgive me, Pappass?
Pappass: Yeah.
Pappass: For what? Look at you, Tom-ass.
Tom Warshaw: What?
Pappass: Look at you.
Tom Warshaw: Look at what, Papp-ass?
Pappass: You have the dad face now.
[pushing out an old man jaw]
Pappass: My dad died... a lot of sleeps ago. Cancer ate him, just your dad. Cancer is the crab on the horoscope. Crab dinner, "$6.95, all you can eat."
Tom Warshaw: Sorry, Pappass.
Pappass: It's okay, 'cause the crab ate all the hard parts first, the mean parts. The parts that hate me being retarded. Just before he died when he was only mostly dead, he was *so* nice. 'Cause only the soft parts were left. He was the nicest guy in the world. He hugged me, and he told me over and over, he loved me, he loved me, he loved me.
Tom Warshaw: Pappass...
[patting his knee]
Pappass: I hate seafood. You know, Tommy, sometimes I think the crab ate me while I was still in my mom's belly. I think it are all my smart parts. Do you think that's what happened, Tommy?
Tom Warshaw: No.
Pappass: No?
Tom Warshaw: I think you got plenty of smart parts, Pappass.
Pappass: Yeah.