Narrator (Ed Norton): This is your life and it’s ending one minute at a time.
Narrator: With insomnia, you’re never really asleep; you’re never really awake.
Narrator: When people think you’re dying, they listen, instead of waiting for their turn to speak.
Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt): It’s only after you’ve lost everything that you’re free to do anything.
Narrator: I am Jack’s medulla oblongata.
Narrator: I am Jack’s prostate gland.
Narrator: I am Jack’s raging bile duct.
Narrator: I am Jack’s cold sweat.
Narrator: I am Jack’s smirking revenge.
Narrator: I am Jack’s complete lack of surprise.
Narrator: I am Jack’s wasted life.
Narrator: I am Jack’s broken heart.
Narrator: I am Jack’s inflamed sense of rejection.
Narrator: I am Jill’s nipple.
Narrator: What happens first is you can’t sleep. What happens then is there’s a gun in your mouth. And what happens next you meet Tyler Durden. Let me tell you about Tyler. He had a plan.
Narrator: I know this because Tyler knows this.
Narrator: What about narcolepsy? I nod off sometimes. I wake up in strange places, I have no idea how I got there.
Narrator: If you wake up at a different time, and in a different place, could you wake up as a different person?
Narrator: I gave up myself into his oblivion. His darkness. His peacefulness. His completeness.
Narrator: I don’t have a tumor, but if I did… I would name it Marla.
Narrator: She was a tourist.
Narrator: Marla is the sore on the roof of your mouth that would heal if you only could stop tongueing it… but you can’t stop.
Narrator: I cannot cry with another malingerer there.
Narrator: I want bowel cancer! You can have brain parasites.
Narrator: Life was happening to me in single servings.
Narrator: Hey, we have the exact same briefcase.
Narrator: You are the most interesting of all my single-serving friends.
Narrator: How embarrassing, a house-full of condiments and no food.
Narrator: Worker bees can leave
Even drones can fly away
The queen is their slave.
Narrator: It was apparent to everyone. Tyler and I just named it.
Narrator: After Fight Club, everything else gets the volume turned down a knotch.
Narrator: Shatner… I’d fight William Shatner.
Narrator: It was fantastic. We sold rich ladies back their own fat asses for good money.
Narrator: I became the warm little center of the world.
Narrator: That condo was my whole life! I’d like to thank the Academy…
Narrator: For some reason, I thought of my first fight with Tyler.
Narrator: Marla and Tyler are never in the same room together, its like I’m 6 years old again, passing messages between my parents.
Narrator: Why does a weak person latch onto a strong person?
Narrator: This conversation is over!
Narrator: Me and Tyler are like this (putting hands palm to palm).
Narrator: I felt like putting a bullet between the eyes of every panda that wouldn’t screw to save their species.
Narrator: I felt like spewing smoke.
Narrator: I felt like I destroyed something beautiful.
Narrator: Is Tyler my nightmare or am I his?
Narrator: In Tyler we trusted.
Narrator: Clean food, please.
Narrator: I ran and I ran and I ran. I ran until my muscles burned and my veins pumped battery acid, and then I ran some more.
Narrator: Bob is dead, they shut him on the head.
Narrator: You met me at a very strange part of my life.
Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt): First rule of Fight Club: you do not talk about Fight Club. Second rule of Fight Club: you do not talk about Fight Club.
Tyler Durden: We work jobs we hate to buy shit we don’t need.
Tyler Durden: You are not your job. You are not how much you have in the bank. You are not the contents of your wallet. You are not the clothes you wear. You are not your khakis.
Tyler Durden: We raised to think that we would grow up to be rock stars and movie gods, but we won’t.
Tyler Durden: Our generation has no great war… no great depression… our great war is a spiritual war, our great depression is our lives.
Tyler Durden: Hey, even Mona Lisa is falling apart.
Tyler Durden: Say: the liberator who ruined my property has changed my view of life!
Tyler Durden: Sticking feathers up your ass does not make you a chicken.
Tyler Durden: We are all part of the same compost heap.
Tyler Durden: This is your life, it doesn’t get better than this.
Tyler Durden: This is your life and it’s ending one minute at time.
Tyler Durden: The things you own end up owning you.
Tyler Durden: “I say never be complete. I say stop being perfect. I say let’s evolve, and let the chips fall where they may.
Tyler Durden: “No fear. No distraction. The ability to let slip away everything that is insignificant.
Tyler Durden: If you were die, right now, how would you feel about life?
Tyler Durden: You had a little trouble accepting it, so sometimes… (flash to the narrator sitting by himself on the curb, handing a beer to no one, it drops, breaks) you’re still you.
Tyler Durden: I haven’t created a loser alter ego and let him do all the dirty work.
Marla (Helena Bonham Carter): Have you ever heard a death rattle? Do you think it will live up to it’s
name? Or will it be a death…?
Marla: The condom is the glass slipper of our generation. You meet a stranger, put it on, you dance all night and then you throw it away. The condom of course. Not the stranger.