Gerry Kennedy: I’m sorry I said the wrong thing to your mother. God, I still get nervous around her. I still think, after nine years, she doesn’t like me. I know I’m being stupid.
Holly Kennedy: No, you’re not being stupid, baby. She doesn’t like you.
Gerry Kennedy: Really? I kinda thought, deep down, she really loved me.
Holly Kennedy: No… she doesn’t. I was nineteen when we got married. You corrupted me with sex and charm, and the longer it takes you to make your fortune, the less sexy and charming you are.
[Gerry starts looking for something]
Holly Kennedy: What? What are you looking for?
Gerry Kennedy: My balls. They were hanging there a minute ago.
—PS I Love You
Gerry Kennedy: [calms Holly] Every morning I still wake up and the first thing I want to do is to see your face.
—PS I Love You
One of the most adorable things I have ever seen.
My boyfriend and I had gone on a trip with some friends to a beach about an hour away from his town. Although it was warm that day, the beach was ridiculously windy so after no time at all we all decided to leave and instead went to explore a nearby town. We stumbled across this adorable antique shop that was just sooo cool with so many interesting things in it. Whilst looking around my boyfriend pulled me aside, showed me a case of rings and said “Pick one.” I was reluctant at first because I didn’t want him spending money on me unnecessarily but he eventually wore me down and I pointed out one that had caught my eye. I tried it on and it fit perfectly. My boyfriend then paid for it and put it away, telling me I couldn’t have it yet.
The next day I went over to his house to visit him. Almost immediately after opening the door to me he said, “I was going to wait, but I can’t” before leading me upstairs. He fumbled around for a while trying to locate it (nothing has a place in his room…). Eventually he found it and gave it to me, telling me that it was a promise that one day we were going to get married. Everyday I look at it and know that I am the luckiest girl in the world.