Taming the Scotsman Quotes.

1. "Have you always been so large? (Nora) Aye. I came from my mother’s womb at full height. The shock of it almost killed her. (Ewan)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

2. "A jovial man can be happy with anyone, but when a sad one laughs, he treasures that one who brings him the sunshine. (Cat)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

3. "Are you sure the two of you aren’t married? (Bavel) Why do you ask? (Ewan) You can barely stand to speak to each other, and yet when the lady walks off you look as if you can already taste her. Smacks of marriage to me. (Bavel)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

4. "Gathering wool, are we? (Ewan) Nay, merely practicing irritating you, and by the looks of your face, I’d say I’m doing a rather remarkable job of it. My mother always says that any effort worth pursuing is worth pursuing well. (Nora)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

5. "So now you be facing me for ideas, eh? What makes you think a simple, brainless woman like myself would have any idea on how to accomplish men’s work? Why, I feel faint just trying to think any thought at all. (Cat)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

6. "Whatever did they feed you to make you grow so large? (Nora) A great deal of breast milk. (Ewan) You take great delight in shocking people, don’t you? (Nora)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

7. "I’m not moping. (Ewan) Oh, forgive me. See, where I come from an upside-down smile means you’re frowning, and if you’re frowning while withdrawn from everyone and everything, it means you’re moping. I guess here in your cave, the world is backward and a frown means you’re happy. (Nora)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

8. "Was that a smile? (Nora) Was what a smile? (Ewan) That strange curvature of your lips. You know, the one where the corners are actually going up instead of down. (Nora)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

9. "The queen of the sky told him that in death there is no satisfaction. Only pain will find you. So he asked her when the pain would lessen. The queen told him never. The pain is what shows us how much we loved them. If you truly love someone, then the pain of their loss will always be in your heart. (Nora)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

10. "You touch her again, and so help me I’ll rip your arm off and beat you with it. (Ewan)"
- Kinley MacGregor, Taming the Scotsman

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