Happy Campers (2001)
[after getting hit in the face with a water-filled condom]
Adam: Aah! Spermicidally lubricated.
Pixel: Most stories with a bunch of camp counselors have some serial psycho who systematically butchers everyone one by one.
Wendy: Yeah. And?
Pixel: I don't know, it's kind of funny. I mean who needs a serial psycho with a chainsaw when we have ourselves?
Wendy: Wichita and I were a dream come true, but you know, we have a lot more dreams left. I mean, really, who wants happily ever after when you're nineteen? Before you can be the love of someone's life, you have to have a life first.
Little boy: I got stung by a bee.
Wendy: That's terrible, I know how you feel.
Little boy: No you don't.
Wendy: He's right I have absolutely no idea what it feels like.
Adam: Hey, have you ever had a pussy wrapped completely around your head?
Wichitaesque Wes: Eh... no.
Adam: Then what are you... a butthole baby?... haha butthole baby.
Donald: Life sucks - in a good way. Falling in love, falling in hate, getting laid, getting hurt - what's one without the other? When it comes to the ritual of growing up, sometimes you smile because you're happy. Other times, you smile just because you've survived. But hey, a smile is a smile.
Oberon: Nobody tells you how to be an adult. You just keep getting older anyway.
Wichita: You know, this reminds me of the time when, uh, we were just talking about something and all of a sudden started to kiss.
Wendy: Don't you get it? We're responsible for our own evolution! We can affect change! The work booklet says...
Wichita: Hush. Nobody changes at summer camp. They merely find out who they are and become it more. Oh, we can't be friends if we disagree?
Wichita: That word of yours is really starting to piss me of. "Idunno." What do you know?
Wendy: I know that I can't go another summer where I almost did something or almost met a boy. What do you know, smarty-pants?
Jasper: You see, love conquers all and Wichita didn't want to be conquered.
Wichita: Counselor Wendy... um, I can't seem to find that vital thingy in the storage room.
Wendy: Gadzooks! Why didn't you say something before?
Wichita: I don't know, it's like between family, friends, Playstation, internet, it's possible for a person to go their whole lives without ever listening to their soul.
Talia: Here's where we tell you that this was the summer we lost our innocence.
Donald: But really, it's the summer we got it back.
Jasper: Excuse the cheese, but love matters, respect matters, and causing pain is never cool.
Pixel: Actually causing pain is about the coolest thing you can do, but cool isn't what it used to be.
Adam: When you throw a bunch of people together in the forest, they become something more than just a bunch of people together in the forest.
Talia: Personality traits blend into one another: sweet, bitter, moral, immoral, overconfident, overwhelmed.
Wendy: A strange environment is created, one in which anything that happens to anyone, happens to you. Welcome to camp Bleeding Dove.
Pixel: I gave you the ultimate male fantasy. Sex! With nothing on the side. Don't pretend we shared anything other than fluids, Adam.
Wendy: Soon, we'll be adults and all we'll talk about is groceries.
Pixel: Are you mad at me for giving the cabin girls new hairdos or teaching the girls how to activate their clitoris?
Talia: Hayley, behind every great woman is a great embarrassing, first menstruation story.
Pixel: One day, they'll find a cure for AIDS, but they'll never find one for sex.
Talia: [after a girl gets her period for the first time] That wasn't a period. That was an exclamation point.
Pixel: Now that we're in the middle of nowhere aren't you curious to know what it'd be like to... look into my eyes?
[She pulls up her top revealing eyes painted over her breasts]