Withnail & I - Uncle Monty Quotes
• As a youth I used to weep in butcher's shops.
• Laissez-moi respirer longtemps, longtemps, l'odeur de tes cheveux!' Brings back such memories of Oxford.
• Come on lads, let's get home, the sky's beginning to bruise, night must fall and we shall be forced to camp.
• Flowers are simply tarts; prostitutes for the bees.
• I mean to have you, boy, even if it must be burglary.
• There is a certain 'je ne sais quoi' about a firm, young carrot...
• I think the carrot infinitely more fascinating than the geranium.
• It's the most devastating moment in a young mans life, when he quite reasonably says to himself, "I shall never play The Dane!" It is at that moment that all ambition ceases to exist.
• Indeed I often wonder where Norman is now. Probably wintering with his mother in Guildford. A cat, rain, Vim under the sink, and both bars on. But old now, there is no true beauty without decay.