Rose Quote #114

Quote from Rose in Second Motherhood

Dorothy: The nerve of that man, trying to intimidate us. I mean, he must really think we're stupid.
Rose: Really stupid! How could we possibly need three dozen spud gaskets?
Dorothy: What are spud gaskets?
Rose: That what goes on the end of a hose bib. We couldn't need more than a dozen at most.
Dorothy: Rose, how do you know about this?
Rose: Oh, I know a lot about plumbing. We always did our own plumbing on the farm. 'course, we didn't actually get plumbing till I was 18.


 ‘Second Motherhood’ Quotes

Quote from Dorothy

Blanche: Well, I just hate myself for feeling this way, but I don't want to be a mother again. I mean, it was a wonderful experience at the time, but I always thought this part of my life was supposed to be for me.
Dorothy: Honey, I understand exactly how you feel. I feel the same way. You know, at our age we should be grandmothers, not mothers. Once a week, the grandchildren come over for a visit. You cook them dinner, they spill it on the furniture. They hide under your bed. You hurt yourself looking for them. They ask you what those spots on your hands are. They tell you they love you and then just before total exhaustion sets in, they go home and become their mother's problems.

Quote from Dorothy

Rose: You're a wonderful plumber's assistant, Dorothy. Boy, you sure know your way around a snake.
Dorothy: I've had a lot of experience. After all, I was married to one for 38 years.

Quote from Dorothy

Rose: Oh, Dorothy, you scared me. What are you doing up so late?
Dorothy: Honey, do you know what's behind that wall that you're banging on?
Rose: A lateral fusion pipe.
Dorothy: And do you know what's on the other side of that lateral fusion pipe?
Rose: No.
Dorothy: My head!