Carrie Bradshaw Quotes
Miranda: It's times like this I wish women could go to male prostitutes.
Samantha: Women do.
Carrie: No, only in bad screenplays and first novels.
Carrie: Damn! Why is that girl still bothering me?
Samantha: Honey, you have to let it go. If I worried what every bitch in New York was saying about me, I'd never leave the house.
Charlotte : What kind of diet book are you looking for?
Miranda : I don't know. Something with a title like How to Lose That Baby Fat by Sitting On Your Ass.
Courtney [showing Carrie her book cover] : Let me talk you through it. Blurred background, aah, fast paced city. And you, naked with nothing but your ideas.
Carrie : I get it. But, see, no matter how fast paced the city, I always manage to get my clothes on before I leave the apartment.
When it comes to relationships, maybe we're all in glass houses, and shouldn't throw stones. Because you can never really know. Some people are settling down, some are settling and some people refuse to settle for anything less than Butterflies...
Berger: I collect found playing cards. They're all over the city.
Carrie: I never noticed.
Berger: You will now, that's the thing..... I'm hoping to get a full deck. Insert the obvious joke here.
We were having one of those great first dates that you can only have when its not an actual date.
Carrie: So what's your book called?
Berger: Half-off. That's all it's called now, half-off.
Carrie: Samantha, where are you going?
Samantha: I'm gonna splash some water on my face, and then I'm going home. And I will not be judged by you or society. I will wear whatever, and blow whomever I want, as long as I can breathe and kneel.
Miranda: I can't go. I'm just...not ready to be separated from the baby.
Miranda: I'm kidding! Steve took him two hours ago. I'm free, I'm free!!
(Charlotte walks into the room in a very revealing dress)
Miranda: Charlotte, are you in there?
Carrie: No, but I think Harlot is.
Samantha: Who picked this breast-aurant?
Carrie: Cleavage is big here, it's part of the regional charm.
How many guys do we ever hit it off with? Very few, and even if we do, those relationships don't last, and even if they did, men die first, so we're right back where we started.