The Florodora Girl (1930)
De Boer: Hello Fanny. Sit right down, dear. There you are. Now, Oliver, you're the host, so give us a good, lusty swing.
Fanny: Matrimony's an epidemic here and everybody marries millionaires.
Lizzie: There must be something wrong with Daisy. She's the only girl in the original sextet that couldn't land one.
Daisy Dell: Aw, go lay a brick.
Fanny: Don't pay any attention to that Lizzie. She smokes cigarettes!
Daisy Dell: Fanny, please.
Fanny: Now, dearie, his intentions are not honorable.
Daisy Dell: [Excitedly] Oh, yeah!
Daisy Dell: Oh, you've had enough.
[Daisy takes away a pint of beer away from her Pop as he is drinking it]
Old Man Dell: Wait, now, ducky, I didn't see the bottom.
Jack Vibart: You know, I've known a lot of girls.
Daisy Dell: So I've heard.
Jack Vibart: But, I think you're the most charming one I've ever met.
Daisy Dell: And I think you're all to the mustard too!
Daisy Dell: You know, all those things they told you about me having every rich man in town wanting to marry me? Well, that's a lot of popcorn! Nobody wants to marry me, except Georgie Smith.
Jack Vibart: [Sarcastically] The important Mr. Smith.
Daisy Dell: Yes. He works in a cigar store.
Daisy Dell: So, you don't hate me for a designing woman?
Jack Vibart: Quite the reverse. From now on, I'm going to have designs on you!
Daisy Dell: Well, I don't live in a very swell part of town.
Jack Vibart: I wouldn't care if you lived on Avenue A.
Daisy Dell: That's where I live!
Jack Vibart: Go on, have a sip.
Daisy Dell: No, thanks. My father does all the drinking for our family.
Lord Rumblesham: Are you going anywhere this evening?
Daisy Dell: Yes! Home to bed.
Lord Rumblesham: Oh, I say, we couldn't do that. I-I mean, I-I-I mustn't do - I mean *you* mustn't do that.
Daisy Dell: You like my dress?
Lord Rumblesham: It's ripping!
Daisy Dell: Where?
Lord Rumblesham: Oh, I-I mean it's perfectly ripping!