Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)
Sissy Hankshaw: They're drugged?
Bonanza Jellybean: Oh, come off it, Sissy. What do you mean, drugged? Every living thing has a chemical composition, and anything that is added to it changes that composition. If you eat a cheeseburger or a Three Musketeers bar, it changes your body chemistry. The kind of food you eat, the kind of air you breathe, can change your mental state. Does that mean you're drugged?
The Countess: All of us are freaks in one way or another. Try being born a male Russian Countess into a white, middle class, Baptist family in Mississippi, and you'll see what I mean.
The Countess: It's been six months, hasn't it? In some circles that is half a year.
The Countess: There comes a time when it is psychologically impossible for a woman to lose her virginity - you can't wait too long, you know.
Sissy Hankshaw: [reading a road sign] If it's sloppy, says The Chink, best to eat it over the sink.
Delores Del Ruby: [about The Countess] Look at him, perverse as a pink pickle.