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Glass Menagerie 1

AMANDA: You smoke too much. LAURA: I’ll bring in the blanc mange.
AMANDA: No, sister, no, sister — you be the lady this time and I’ll be the darky. LAURA: I’m already up.
AMANDA: Resume your seat, little sister — I want you to stay fresh and pretty — for gentlemen callers! LAURA: I’m not expecting any gentlemen callers.
TOM: I know what’s coming! LAURA: Yes. But let her tell it.
TOM: Again? LAURA: She loves to tell it.
AMANDA: ....And I could have been Mrs. Duncan J. Fitzhugh, mind you! But — I picked your father! LAURA: Mother, let me clear the table.
AMANDA: ....It’s almost time for our gentlemen callers to start arriving. How many do you suppose we’re going to entertain this afternoon? LAURA: I don’t believe we’re going to receive any, Mother.
AMANDA: ....Not one gentleman caller? It can’t be true! There must be a flood, there must have been a tornado! LAURA: It isn’t a flood, it’s not a tornado, Mother. I’m just not popular like you were in Blue Mountain. Mother’s afraid I’m going to be an old maid.