100+ Goodfellas Quotes that Speaks about Life of Criminals

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Goodfellas Quotes that speaks about life of criminals. There are so many Goodfellas quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Goodfellas quotes exists just do that.

Directed by Martin Scorsese, Goodfellas is an American film belonging to the genre crime. The film is a reshaped version of the non-fiction book Wiseguy written by Nicholas Pileggi in 1985.hence Pileggi wrote the screenplay along with Marti Scorsese. The film reflects the life of Henry Hill, his family and friends during the year 1955 to 1980. The film was produced by Irwin Winkler. Under the distribution of Warner Bros, the film was released on 9th September 1990. The film stars Paul Sorvino, Lorraine Bracco, Joe Pesci, Ray Liotta and Robert De Niro. The film was made under a budget of about twenty-five million United States dollar.

The director titled the film as Wise Guy initially and later changed as Goodfellas. To make their roles look natural Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci frequently spoke with Nicholas Pileggi who was in deep research with the leftover pieces of his book. The director’s open-mindedness gave the actors full freedom to adapt and act to the roles. They were able to contribute the best to their roles.

The film almost collected forty-six million United States dollar after its release worldwide. The film was one of the Scorsese’s best movies. Including the Best Picture and Best Director, the film was nominated for about six Academy Awards. Pesci also won the Best Supporting Actor award. Many other awards also were given to the movie. The film won five awards from British Academy of Film and Television Arts. These awards included the Best film and Best director. The film gained many positive reviews from all over the world and was called the year’s best movie by many critics.

According to Robert Joseph Ebert, An American critic, the film was the best mob movie ever. In the 2014 top 100 movie list, Goodfellas had its place. It was also praised for its writing style, and in 2012 the Motion Pictures Editors Guild rated the film in the fifteenth position as the best-edited film.  The film portrays the life of Henry Hill, Jimmy and Tommy who started as criminals later become gangsters across the streets of New York.

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“All right so he got shot in the foot, what is it a big fuckin’ deal?”

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“Go home and get your fucking shine box.”

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“Jimmy was the kind of guy that rooted for bad guys in the movies.”

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“I’m gonna go get the papers, get the papers.”

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“Don’t buy wigs that come off at the wrong time.”

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“- Paul Cicero: You know anything about this fucking restaurant business?
– Sonny Bunz: He knows everything about it. I mean, he’s in the joint 24 hours a day. I mean, another fucking few minutes, he could be a stool, that’s how often he’s in there.”

“To become a member of a crew you’ve got to be one hundred per cent Italian so they can trace all your relatives back to the old country. See, it’s the highest honor they can give you. It means you belong to a family and crew. It means that nobody can fuck around with you. It also means you could fuck around with anybody just as long as they…” (CONTINUE READING)
RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill
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“Saturday night was for wives, but Friday night at the Copa was always for the girlfriends.”
RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill

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“- Stacks Edwards: What time is it?
– Tommy DeVito: It’s eleven thirty, we’re supposed to be there by nine.
– Stacks Edwards: Be ready in a minute.
– Tommy DeVito: Yeah, you were always fuckin’ late, you were late for your own fuckin’ funeral.
[shoots him]”

“For as long as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster. To me that was better than being president of the United States. To be a gangster was to own the world.”

“In prison, dinner was always a big thing. We had a pasta course and then we had a meat or fish. Paulie did the prep work. He was doing a year for contempt, and he had this wonderful system for doing the garlic. He used a razor, and he used to slice it so thin that he used to liquefy in the pan with just a little oil. It was a very good system.”

“I settle down with a nice girl every night, then I’m free the next morning.”

“Look what this fucking mutt did to my shoes.”

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You know, we always called each other goodfellas. Like you said to, uh, somebody, “you’re gonna like this guy. He’s all right. He’s a good fella. He’s one of us”. You understand? We were goodfellas. Wiseguys.

“If you’re part of a crew, nobody ever tells you that they’re going to kill you, doesn’t happen that way. There weren’t any arguments or curses like in the movies. See, your murderers come with smiles, they come as your friends, the people who’ve cared for you all of your life. And they always seem to come at a time that you’re at your weakest…” (CONTINUE READING)
RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill

“They even shot Tommy in the face so his mother couldn’t give him an open coffin at the funeral.”

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“- James Conway: You stupid bastard, I can’t fuckin’ believe you. Now, you’re gonna dig the fuckin’ thing now. You’re gonna dig the hole. You’re gonna do it. I got no fuckin’ lime. You’re gonna do it.
– Tommy DeVito: Who the fuck cares? I’ll dig the fuckin’ hole. I don’t give a fuck. What is it, the first hole I dug? Not the first time I dug a…” (CONTINUE READING)
Tommy DeVito has just killed a man

“- Henry Hill: [narrating] I felt he used too many onions, but it was still a very good sauce.
– Paul Cicero: Vinnie, don’t put too many onions in the sauce.
– Vinnie: I didn’t put too much onions, uh, Paul. Three small onions. That’s all I did.
– Johnny Dio: Three onions? How many cans of tomatoes you put in there?
– Vinnie: I put two cans, two…” (CONTINUE READING)
RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill
PAUL SORVINO – Paul Cicero
CHARLES SCORSESE – Vinnie
FRANK PELLEGRINO – Johnny Dio

“- James Conway: Oh, hey, Henry, Henry! Here’s an arm!
– Henry Hill: Very funny, guys.
– James Conway: Here’s a leg!
– Tommy DeVito: Here’s a wing!

– Tommy DeVito: Hey, what do you like, the leg or the wing, Henry? Or ya still go for the old hearts and lungs?”

“She’ll never divorce him. She’ll kill him but she won’t divorce him.”

“By the time I grew up, there was thirty billion a year in cargo moving through Idlewild Airport and believe me, we tried to steal every bit of it.”

“- Johnny Dio: How do you like your steak?
– Paul Cicero: Medium rare.
– Johnny Dio: Huh. An aristocrat.”

“If we wanted something, we just took it. If anyone complained twice they got hit so bad, believe me, they never complained again.”
RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill

“- Tommy DeVito: You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it’s me, I’m a little fucked up maybe, but I’m funny how, I mean funny like I’m a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh, I’m here to fuckin’ amuse you? What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny?
– Henry Hill: Just… you know, how you tell the story, what?
– Tommy…” (CONTINUE READING)
Henry Hill has told a joke

“All right, so he got shot in the foot, what is it, a big fuckin’ deal?”

“She don’t want to go out with Italians alone. She’s prejudiced against Italians. Do you believe that? In this day and age? What the fuck is the world coming to? I can’t believe this, prejudiced against Ital… a Jew broad… prejudiced against Italians.”

“One day some of the kids from the neighborhood carried my mother’s groceries all the way home. You know why? It was outta respect.”
“For a second I thought I was dead. But, when I heard all the noise, I knew they were cops. Only cops talk that way. If they’d been wiseguys, I wouldn’t have heard a thing. I would’ve been dead.”

“In this day and age, what the fuck is this world coming to? I can’t believe this, prejudice against – a Jew broad – prejudice against Italians.”

“Morrie, stop breaking my balls, all right?”

“Killing’s got to be accepted. Murder was the only way that everybody stayed in line. You got out of line, you got whacked. Everybody knew the rules.”
RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill

“I got enough to worry about getting whacked on the street! I gotta come home for this? I should fucking kill you!”
after his wife Karen points a gun at him while he’s sleeping

RAY LIOTTA – Henry Hill

“I know there are women, like my best friends, who would have gotten out of there the minute their boyfriend gave them a gun to hide. But I didn’t. I got to admit the truth. It turned me on.”

“And Tommy he’s a good kid too. But he’s crazy, he’s a cowboy, he’s got too much to prove. You gotta watch out for kids like this.”

“And when the cops, when they assigned a whole army to stop Jimmy, what’d he do? He made ’em partners.”

“[Frankie mumbles something and goes to the door with the coffee pot in his hand] What the fuck are you doing? It’s a joke! A joke! Put the fucking pot down!”

“[narrating] You know, we always called each other good fellas. Like you said to, uh, somebody, ‘You’re gonna like this guy. He’s all right. He’s a good fella. He’s one of us.’ You understand? We were good fellas. Wiseguys. But Jimmy and I could never be made because we had Irish blood. It didn’t even matter that my mother was Sicilian. To become a member of a crew you’ve got to be one hundred per cent Italian so they can trace all your relatives back to the old country. See, it’s the highest honor they can give you. It means you belong to a family and crew. It means that nobody can fuck around with you. It also means you could fuck around with anybody just as long as they aren’t also a member. It’s like a license to steal. It’s a license to do anything. As far as Jimmy was concerned with Tommy being made, it was like we were all being made. We would now have one of our own as a member.”

“[Tommy holds up a gun at the truck driver he’s hijacking] Where’s the strong box, you fuckin’ varmint, you?”

“Anthony Stabile: Oh… ah… The Oklahoma Kid.”

“Anthony Stabile: Which one?”

“As far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster.”

“For a second I thought I was dead. But, when I heard all the noise, I knew they were cops. Only cops talk that way. If they’d been wiseguys, I wouldn’t have heard a thing. I would’ve been dead.”

“Frankie Carbone: All right. [starts to get out of the car]”

“Frankie Carbone: Eh, I been playin’ that numba for three years.”

“Frankie Carbone: I could never hit that number. [unintelligible]”

“Frankie Carbone: The car’s cold.”

“Frankie Carbone: To chop him up.”

“He said, ‘No, you’re gonna tell me something today, tough guy.’ I said, ‘All right, I’ll tell you something: go fuck your mother.'”

“Henry Hill: [Vomiting] Oh, that’s so bad!”

“Henry Hill: Very funny, guys.”

“I didn’t want to get blood on your floor.”

“I know there are women, like my best friends, who would have gotten out of there the minute their boyfriend gave them a gun to hide. But I didn’t. I got to admit the truth. It turned me on.”

“Jimmy Conway: Ah, pain in the ass.”

“Jimmy Conway: Here’s a leg!”

“Jimmy Conway: Oh, hey, Henry, Henry! Here’s an arm!”

“Jimmy Conway: Shane?”

“Jimmy was the kind of guy that rooted for bad guys in the movies.”

“Look at me, never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut.”

“Morrie: [Talking about point shaving] Oh, it was terrific, yeah. Nunzio, up in… agh! [Tommy severs Morrie’s brain stem from behind with an ice pick]”

“Now the guy’s got Paulie as a partner. Any problems, he goes to Paulie. Trouble with the bill? He can go to Paulie. Trouble with the cops, deliveries, Tommy, he can call Paulie. But now the guy’s gotta come up with Paulie’s money every week, no matter what. Business bad? Fuck you, pay me. Oh, you had a fire? Fuck you, pay me. Place got hit by lightning, huh? Fuck you, pay me.”

“Paulie may have moved slow, but it was only because Paulie didn’t have to move for anybody.”

“Tommy DeVito: [about Morrie’s corpse] Hey Frank, let’s chop him up.”

“Tommy DeVito: [Henry, Jimmy and Tommy are digging up Billy Batts’ decomposed corpse. Henry is coughing from the stench, while the others don’t appear to be bothered] Hey, Henry, Henry, hurry up, will ya? My mother’s gonna make some fried peppers and sausage for us. [Jimmy and Tommy laugh while Henry coughs]”

“Tommy DeVito: [infuriated at Spider and speaking to the other card players] Hey, what’s that movie that Bogart made?”

“Tommy DeVito: At Charlie’s, not here! [Carbone mumbles to himself in Italian]”

“Tommy DeVito: Come on, what are you doing? Let’s get the fuck outta here. I oughta let him [motions to Morrie] fucking drive. What are you waiting for?”

“Tommy DeVito: Frankie, Frankie, Frankie. What the fuck does 528 have to do with 460? I can’t believe this guy. Fuckin’ 528 ain’t even close to 460. Now what the fuck does that got to do with anything?”

“Tommy DeVito: Get the fuck outta here! What fucking warm enough? Get outta here!”

“Tommy DeVito: Here’s a wing! [laughs] Hey, what do you like, the leg or the wing, Henry? Or ya still go for the old hearts and lungs?”

“Tommy DeVito: Oklahoma Kid!”

“Tommy DeVito: The one where he played a cowboy. He only did one.”

“Tommy DeVito: Thought he’d never shut the fuck up.”

“Tommy DeVito: Where you going? Where you going, you dizzy motherfucker, you?”

“What am I, a mirage?”

“‘What do you want to tell me now, tough guy?’ I said, ‘Bing, what are you doing here? I thought I told you to go fuck your mother!’ [group laughs] I thought he was gonna shit!”

“What the fuck are you doing? You’re hanging around my fuckin’ neck like a vulture, like impending danger.”

“What the fuck you looking at? Come on. Make that coffee to go. Let’s go.”

“What, do you got me on a fuckin’ pay-no-mind list, kid?”

“You know Spider, you’re a fuckin’ mumbling stuttering little fuck. You know that?”

“All right, so he got shot in the foot, what is it, a big fuckin’ deal?”

Hey, Spider, that fuckin’ bandage on your foot is bigger than your fuckin’ head.

“Tommy DeVito: Just don’t go busting my balls, Billy, okay?”

“Billy Batts: Hey, Tommy, if I was gonna break your balls, I’d tell you to go home and get your shine box. [to his friends] Now this kid, this kid was great. They, they used to call him Spitshine Tommy.”

“Busting BallsShoe Shine
Sure, mom, I settle down with a nice girl every night, then I’m free the next morning.”

“Tommy DeVito: We hit the deer and his paw….What do you call it? The paw.
Jimmy Conway: [Speaking through a mouth full of pasta] The hoof.”

“Tommy DeVito: It got caught in the grill. I got to hack it off.
[Tommy mocks at Spider] Oklahoma Kid. That’s me. I’m the Oklahoma Kid. You fuckin’ varmint! Dance. Dance. YAHOO, YA MOTHERFUCKER! [shoots Spider in the foot]”

“Henry Hill: See? I knew it—I knew it. I knew it. I knew it.
Tommy DeVito: You knew what, Henry? See? What? What the fuck is wrong with that?
Henry Hill: When is this?”

“Tommy DeVito: Tomorrow night.
Henry Hill: I can’t tomorrow night, I gotta meet Tuddy.
Tommy DeVito: You could meet Tuddy. You could fucking come early and then still go.”

“Henry Hill: Tommy, Tommy. Why do you always do this to me?
Tommy DeVito: Don’t give me that fucking ‘Tommy’ shit. What the fuck I asked you for, Henry? I asked you for a favor. I do a lot of fucking favors for you, don’t I? I’m trying to bang this fucking broad, you wanna help me out! [view switches to outside of car with view of restaurant, smoke billows from restaurant windows] It’s like… uh… ah…
Henry Hill: What?”

“Tommy DeVito: I don’t understand you! She’s fucking beautiful. Her fucking family, they live in the Five Towns there. You know these Jew broads got a lot of money. Maybe the family owns the whole fucking block. and you happen to end up with a big fucking score, motherfucker.
Henry Hill: [turning to look at the restaurant] Oh fuck!
Tommy DeVito: What?”

“Henry Hill: See? With your fucking mouth! [car speeds away]
Tommy DeVito: [sitting in car with Henry] The only thing, is she won’t go out with me alone, you know?
Henry Hill: No.”

“Tommy DeVito: No, what?
Henry Hill: No.
Tommy DeVito: No, what, Henry? Who the fuck asked you anything? I didn’t even ask you anything, at least hear what I have to say.
Henry Hill: Alright, what?”

“Tommy DeVito: Okay, what? She don’t want to go out with Italians alone. She’s prejudiced against Italians. Do you believe that? In this day and age? What the fuck is the world coming to? I can’t believe this, prejudiced against Ital—a Jew broad—prejudiced against Italians. Anyway, she won’t go out with me alone unless her girlfriend comes with her, so I figured you could come along and go out with her girlfriend.”

“Stacks Edwards: What time is it?
Tommy DeVito: It’s eleven thirty, we’re supposed to be there by nine.
Stacks Edwards: Be ready in a minute.”

Tommy DeVito: Yeah, you were always fuckin’ late, you were late for your own fuckin’ funeral. [shoots him]

Jimmy Conway: What’s the fuckin’ matter with you? What—what is the fuckin’ matter with you? What are you, stupid or what? Tommy, Tommy, I’m kidding with you. What the fuck are you doin’? What are you, a fuckin’ sick maniac?

Tommy DeVito: How am I meant to know you’re kidding? What you mean, you’re kidding? You breaking my fuckin’ balls?

“Jimmy Conway: I’m fuckin’ kidding with you! You fuckin’ shoot the guy?

Henry Hill: He’s dead.”

“Tommy DeVito: Good shot. What do you want from me? Good shot. Fuckin’ rat anyway. His family’s all rats. He’ll grow up to be a rat.”

“Jimmy Conway: You stupid bastard, I can’t fuckin’ believe you. Now, you’re gonna dig the fuckin’ thing now. You’re gonna dig the hole. You’re gonna do it. I got no fuckin’ lime. You’re gonna do it.”

“Tommy DeVito: Who the fuck cares? I’ll dig the fuckin’ hole. I don’t give a fuck. What is it, the first hole I dug? Not the first time I dug a hole. I’ll fuckin’ dig a hole. Where are the shovels?”

“Billy Batts: What?
Tommy DeVito: I said, no more shines. Maybe you didn’t hear about it, you’ve been away a long time. They didn’t go up there and tell you. I don’t shine shoes anymore.”

“Billy Batts: Relax, will ya? Ya flip right out, what’s got into you? I’m breaking your balls a little bit, that’s all. I’m only kidding with ya…
Tommy DeVito: Sometimes you don’t sound like you’re kidding, you know, there’s a lotta people around…
Billy Batts: I’m only kidding with you, we’re having a party, I just came home and I haven’t seen you in a long time and I’m breaking your balls, and you’re getting fucking fresh. I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to offend you.
Tommy DeVito: I’m sorry, too. It’s OK. No problem.”

“Billy Batts: OK, salud. [takes a drink] Now go home and get your fuckin’ shinebox.
Tommy DeVito: Motherfuckin’ mutt! You, you fucking piece of shit!
Billy Batts: [taunting] Yeah, yeah, yeah, come on, come on, come on!
Tommy DeVito: Motherfucking… He bought his fucking button! That fake old tough guy! You bought your fucking button! You motherfuck…Fuck! Keep that motherfucker here, keep him here!”
[leaves]

“Henry Hill: You’re a pistol, you’re really funny. You’re really funny.
Tommy DeVito: What do you mean I’m funny?
Henry Hill: It’s funny, you know. It’s a good story, it’s funny, you’re a funny guy. [laughs]”

“Tommy DeVito: What do you mean, you mean the way I talk? What?
Henry Hill: It’s just, you know. You’re just funny, it’s…funny, you know the way you tell the story and everything.
Tommy DeVito: [it becomes quiet] Funny how? What’s funny about it?
Anthony Stabile: Tommy no, you got it all wrong.”

“Tommy DeVito: Oh, oh, Anthony. He’s a big boy, he knows what he said. What did ya say? Funny how?
Henry Hill: Jus…
Tommy DeVito: What?
Henry Hill: Just… ya know… you’re funny.”

“Tommy DeVito: You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it’s me, I’m a little fucked-up maybe, but I’m funny how, I mean funny like I’m a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh, I’m here to fuckin’ amuse you? What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny?”

“Henry Hill: Just… you know, how you tell the story, what?
Tommy DeVito: No, no, I don’t know, you said it. How do I know? You said I’m funny. How the fuck am I funny, what the fuck is so funny about me? Tell me, tell me what’s funny!
Henry Hill: [long pause] Get the fuck out of here, Tommy!
Tommy DeVito: [everyone laughs] Ya motherfucker! I almost had him, I almost had him. Ya stuttering prick ya. Frankie, was he shaking? I wonder about you sometimes, Henry. You may fold under questioning.”

” Attaboy! I got respect for this kid. He’s got a lot of f**king balls. Good for you! Don’t take no sh*t off nobody”

“And when the cops, when they assigned a whole army to stop Jimmy, what’d he do? He made ’em partners”

“Anything I wanted was a phone call away. Free cars. The keys to a dozen hideout flats all over the city”

“As far back as I could remember, I’ve always wanted to be a gangster”

“Hey, Spider, that f**kin’ bandage on your foot is bigger than your f**kin’ head”

“I bet twenty, thirty grand over a weekend and then I’d either blow the winnings in a week or go to the sharks to pay back the bookies”

“I said, no more shines. Maybe you didn’t hear about it, you’ve been away a long time. They didn’t go up there and tell you. I don’t shine shoes anymore”

“I settle down with a nice girl every night, then I’m free the next morning”

“I swear to my f**king mother, if you touch her again, YOU’RE DEAD”

“I’m funny how? I mean funny like I’m a clown, I amuse you?”

“I’m not mad, I’m proud of you. You took your first pinch like a man and you learn two great things in your life. Look at me, never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut”

“In this day and age, what the f**k is this world coming to? I can’t believe this, prejudice against – a Jew broad – prejudice against Italians”

“It was real grease-ball shit”

“Jimmy was the kind of guy that rooted for bad guys in the movies”

“Now the guy’s got Paulie as a partner. Any problems, he goes to Paulie. Trouble with the bill? He can go to Paulie. Trouble with the cops, deliveries, Tommy, he can call Paulie. But now the guy’s gotta come up with Paulie’s money every week no matter what. Business bad? F**k you, pay me. Oh, you had a fire? F**k you, pay me. Place got hit by lightning huh? F**k you, pay me”

“Paulie may have moved slow, but it was only because Paulie didn’t have to move for anybody”

“Saturday night was for wives, but Friday night at the Copa was for the girlfriends”

“Thirty-two hundred dollars for a lifetime. It wasn’t even enough to pay for the coffin”

“We always called each other good fellas. Like you said to, uh, somebody, :”You’re gonna like this guy. He’s alright. He’s a goodfella””

“What do you want to tell me now, tough guy? I said, Bing, what are you doing here? I thought I told you to go f**k your mother!”

“When they found Carbone in the meat truck, he was frozen so stiff it took them three days to thaw him out for the autopsy”

“Whenever we needed money, we’d rob the airport. To us, it was better than Citibank”

“Who the fuck cares? I’ll dig the f**kin’ hole. I don’t give a f**k. What is it, the first hole I dug? Not the first time I dug a hole. I’ll f**kin’ dig a hole. Where are the shovels?”

“Yeah? You should be sorry. Don’t f**kin do it again and give me the money. Give me the f**kin money, You hear me? You hear me, I gotta come here and you bust my balls? Give me the f**kin money”

“You’re a pistol, you’re really funny. You’re really funny”

“You’re gonna like this guy. He’s alright. He’s a goodfella”

“THEY EVEN SHOT TOMMY IN THE FACE…
I GOT TO ADMIT THE TRUTH…
I’M AN AVERAGE NOBODY…
I’M GONNA GO GET THE PAPERS…”

“HEY, TOMMY, IF I WAS GONNA BREAK YOUR BALLS…”

” IF WE WANTED SOMETHING, WE JUST TOOK IT
OH, I LIKE THIS ONE…

NEVER RAT ON YOUR FRIENDS…

WHAT DO YOU MEAN I’M FUNNY?

AS FAR BACK AS I CAN REMEMBER, I ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A GANGSTER”

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