Fabrizio Quotes in Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
Friend: [in Italian] You got to play with her before you lay her.
Fabrizio: [in Italian] For how long?
Friend: [in Italian] Fifteen minutes. Half hour. Depends on the woman.
Fabrizio: [in Italian] How long with your wife?
Friend: [in Italian] Thirty seconds.
Fabrizio: [in Italian, in awe] Lucky!
Gina: [in Italian] It was my first time. Did you like it?
Fabrizio: [in Italian] Me? Are you kidding? More fun than laughing.
[Fabrizio tries in vain to get Gina excited]
Fabrizio: [romantically, in Italian, as he rubs her] Foreplay... foreplay... foreplay... foreplay... foreplay...
[a long time later, Gina is still insensitive]
Fabrizio: [sleepily, in Italian] Foreplay... foreplay... foreplay...
[Fabrizio falls asleep on top of her]
Jack: [leaning on the railing on the starboard side, waving to people as the Titanic sets off] Goodbye!
Fabrizio: You know somebody?
Jack: Of course not! That's not the point! Goodbye, I'll miss you!
Fabrizio: Goodbye! I'm gonna never forget you!
Fabrizio: [standing with Jack on the bow] I can see the Statue of Liberty already; very small, of course!
[Jack and Fabrizio are playing poker in a bar in front of the port]
Jack: All right, the moment of truth. Somebody's life is about to change. Fabrizio?
Fabrizio: [in Italian] I have nothing
Jack: two pairs. I'm sorry, Fabrizio.
Fabrizio: You should be sorry, you bet all our money!
Jack: I'm sorry, you're not gonna see your mom again for a long time, 'cause we're going to America, full house boys! Wohoo!
Fabrizio: [deleted scene] Helga, you come with me now. I am very lucky is my destiny to go to America please.
Helga Dahl: [pulls back] I'm sorry.
Fabrizio: I will never forget you.
Kenji: [about the book by Balzac] What's it about?
Balzac Man: A young man, ambitious, goes to Paris, try to make it there. But why do you ask me what it's about when I'm in the midst of reading it?
Kenji: Oh, yeah, right. It's just like watching movie; while you're watching it you cannot tell yet.
Balzac Man: Just like life itself. You can't know about it until you've lived it all.
Fabrizio: Just like hard-on, you know. You don't know what it feel like until you had one.
Balzac Man: That's irrelevant.
Kenji: What does a hard-on have to do with Balzac?
Fabrizio: Balzac - French, you know.
Kenji: I had a very strange dream this morning.
Kenji: A woman was chasing a guy in Baghdad.
Fabrizio: Sounds fun.
Kenji: But I saw them again. I mean, in real life.
Fabrizio: And good luck tonight. Hey I got something for you. I got Italian condom. Very nice, very thin... Oh no. I think they gonna be too big for you. You know... Japanese...
[holds up pinky finger]
Fabrizio: What they say.
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