American History X Monologue
|American History X by David McKenna|
|Age (range):||18 - 55|
Lamont: What? Come on, man. Don't look at me like that. You what that smells like, right? Don't tell me this smell don't remind you of a woman. God, I miss that smell, man. I mean, the job I had on the outside wasn't much better than this one, but at least I got to go home every night, and lie down next to that sweet smell, man. God, I miss that. You got a woman? Yeah, you got a woman, man. Let me give you some advice, all right? When she comes to visit you...whatever you do, no matter what, don't let her leave here in a fight, man. Don't let her walk out of here with a bad attitude, 'cause if you do, you spend the next week wondering, if she's getting her f#@k on with somebody else. You know what I'm saying? So when she comes to see you, man. There's nothing but sweet talk through that glass, man. Send her away floating, all right? 'Cause it's not like the real world, you know what I'm saying? Where you can fight, but it's cool to fight, 'cause you could make up and have that make up sex. You know what I'm saying? That angry sex. That sex with an attitude. Where you just lay on your back, and let her take out all that aggression on you. All guys know that, man. It's that good sex. It's that pow, pow, pow. Let her get on top. She's going to punish you first. "You've been a bad boy, huh? You've been a bad boy? I'm going to punish you, and I'm going to put it on you. Don't you ever... let... me... catch... you... ...looking at...another...woman. Yeah, yeah. I may forgive you, if you bring it. I think I can. I -- I forgive. I forgive. Oh, right there. Right there. You're hitting it. My spot. That's it. Right. Yeah. Yes, yes. I for-I forgive you. I forgive you. I for -- I for - I for - I forgive you. I love you!