When Ladies Meet (1941)
Bridget 'Bridgie' Drake: Well, for goodness sake, what's the matter with you people? Don't you know what beds are for? Or do you? Or is that the wrong thing to say?
Bridget 'Bridgie' Drake: Quiet, Walter. we're being literary.
Claire Woodruff: I've discovered it doesn't pay to be capable. Husbands don't approve.
Claire Woodruff: I'm afraid we're being a terrible nuisance.
Bridget 'Bridgie' Drake: Oh, not at all. Nuisances are my specialty.
Bridget 'Bridgie' Drake: Jimmy,would I stick to that chair?
Jimmy Lee: Depends on how sticky you are.
Bridget 'Bridgie' Drake: I bet you can't guess what we've been doing?
Jimmy Lee: I thought that's what we weren't supposed to guess
Bridget 'Bridgie' Drake: Oohh, Jimmy! We ve went down to Greenwich Village to look at some pictures. And I said to Walter, as long as we've gone this far, we might as well go the whole way.
Jimmy Lee: You said that to Walter!