Category: pepe le pew

Regular

Pepe: Lola.
[She slaps him]
Pepe: I’m not sure I deserved that.
[Penelope approaches]
Pepe: Lola.
Penelope: Who was she?
Pepe: What?
[She slaps him]
Pepe: I may have deserved that.

All really great lovairs are articulate, and v…

All really great lovairs are articulate, and verbal seduction is le surest road to actual seduction.  No?

One person always loves more.  Zat’s wha…

One person always loves more.  Zat’s what makes it so difficult.  And le one who loves more is vulnerable.

It’s midnight.  Look at le clock, one ha…

It’s midnight.  Look at le clock, one hand has met le other hand, zey keess.  Eesn’t zat wondairful?

Regular

Lola: [Hanging by their fingers from Mount Rushmore] What happened with your first seven marriages?
Pepe: Mah wives le divorced me.
Lola: Why?
Pepe: Zey said ah led too dull a life.

You are le buttair to mah bread, you are le br…

You are le buttair to mah bread, you are le breath to mah life.  No?

Regular

Penelope: What’s happening?
Pepe: Your subconscious is looking for le dreamair; me.  Queeck, geeve me a keess.
Penelope: [She kisses him and then looks around]
Penelope: They’re still looking at us.
Pepe: Oui, it was worth a shot.

Eef looks could kill, ah am dead now.  No?

Eef looks could kill, ah am dead now.  No?

Regular

Pepe: You want to know why ah wrote zat stupeed book?
Penelope: Why?
Pepe: So zat you might come to a reading in Paris and ah could walk up to you and ask, “Where le heck were you?”
Penelope: [laughing] No – you thought I’d be here today?
Pepe: Ah’m le serious.  Ah think ah wrote it, een a way, to try to find you.
Penelope: Okay, that’s – I know that’s not true, but that’s sweet of you to say.
Pepe: Ah theenk it is true.

Le earth turned to bring us closair.  Eet turn…

Le earth turned to bring us closair.  Eet turned on eetself and een us, until it finally brought us togethair een zis dream.  No?