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Quoting Sue From Glee!


OMG people are hilarious.

It seemed to me that everyone on my FB page watched Glee all last year. Last night I posted a quote from Sue that was meant to be funny. I also included the " around it, but yet I got a bunch of nasty messages today.

What is even odder is that most people on my page know that I regularly quote TV shows and films, and that I am never serious. I am shocked that I upset anyone, but I can't really apologize for people's stupidity.

In any case, here are some great Sue quotes!

~ I can't stand the sight of kids getting emotional, unless it's from physical exhaustion.

~ I empower my Cheerios to be champions. Do they go to college? I don't know. I don't care. Should they learn Spanish? Sure, if they wanna become dishwashers and gardeners.

~ I like minorities so much, I'm thinking of moving to California to become one.

~ While they were in there, I told them to go ahead and yank out those tear ducts. Wasn't using them.

~ That's a very good question because I've forgotten both your names

~ I empower my Cheerios to live in fear by creating an environment of irrational, random terror

~ I don't trust a man with curly hair. I can't help but picture little birds laying sulfurous eggs in there, and it disgusts me.

~ I always thought the desire to procreate showed deep personal weakness.

~ Every time I try to destroy that club, it comes back strong than some sexually ambiguous horror movie villain.

~ You're dealing with children. They need to be terrified. It's like mother's milk to them

~ I'll often yell at homeless people: 'Hey, how is that homelessness working out for you? Try not being homeless for once.'

~ Not everyone is gonna have the walnuts to take a pro-littering stance. But I will not rest until every inch of our fair state is covered in garbage.

~ Caning works! And I think it's about time we did a little more of it right here... yes, we cane!

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