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Kurt : So, you're saying I shouldn't have sex.
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Burt : I think on your 30th birthday, it is a great gift to yourself. You're gay. And you're not like Rock Hudson gay, you're really gay. You sing like Dianna Ross and and you dress like you own a magic chocolate factory. We all need to get creative. You got an idea how we can boost jobs in this district, I want to hear it.
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And if you think I make a better representative for this community than Sue Sylvester, write in Burt Hummel. Burt : All right. As soon as you find a place to live, I'll ship you the rest of your stuff. And you got enough cash from selling your car to get you through at least two weeks in a motel. And the emergency credit card, which is only for what?
Kurt : Emergencies. Dad, this is silly. So I can find a job that pays me the same amount as the Lima Bean but pay 10 times more in rent? Burt : Yeah, because it's an adventure. Look, all great artists need a little struggle in their lives. Didn't you tell me that Julia Roberts sold shoes in New York before she made it?
Good enough for Pretty Woman, good enough for Kurt Hummel. You scared? Kurt : Terrified. Burt : New York is gonna be a breeze compared to Lima. Think about all the crap you've been putting up with the last couple years. You know the difference between this place and New York? Kurt : Decent bagels? Burt : New York is filled with people like you. People who aren't afraid to be different. You're gonna feel at home there. And if you're not scared, it just means you're not sticking out your neck far enough. Kurt : You truly are the world's greatest dad. Burt : I know.
It's written on the coffee mug you got me for Father's Day.
Now get out of here. You're gonna miss your flight.
Kurt and Burt embrace Kurt : I'm gonna miss you, Dad. Burt : You can always come back. Kurt : I love you.
Burt : I love you, too, Kurt. Burt : I couldn't imagine you guys celebrating Christmas without a real tree. You know, his mom used to always buy the tree. And I would always tell her to wait until I got home from work, but she never could. Then the first Christmas after his mom died, I totally forgot about it. That is until I saw little Kurt hanging his own special version of a Christmas ornament on his window shade, Christmas Eve. Kurt : My mom's perfume bottle. I always loved the way she smelled. Burt : So I pulled him out of bed, I throw a coat on him, I drive straight through a snow storm, right down to the Christmas tree sale.
It was the first time he smiled since his mom died. Burt : Kurt, I have something to tell you, and I came here because it's the kind of thing I want to tell you face-to-face.clublavoute.ca/zijor-lagartera-citas.php
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Kurt : Don't like the sound of that. Burt : Look, I'm just going to come out and say it because there's no good way to say it. I have prostate cancer Kurt : I feel like I'm going to be sick. Burt : No, no, hey, hey, look at me. Do I look like a man who's dying? We caught it early. You know, local stage, no spreading. Cure rate's nearly percent. You've already had a heart attack. Burt : The heart attack is what, you know, made me get check-ups twice a year.
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Kurt : It's just really scary to think that when I finally reach my destiny, that you won't be around to see it. Burt : puts a hand on Kurt's shoulder Hey, I will be there.
I promise. Look, can I just give you one piece of advice while we're still talking father to son?
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This is three times I've had to stare death in the eye. And you know the one thing I took away from all that? You have got to hold the people you love close to you no matter what. Kurt puts his hand on Burt's. Burt : I just - I wasn't ready to leave you guys yet. Things aren't finished, right? So much to do You getting married, grandbabies Having old people sex with Carole. I'm just so happy I'm not gonna miss it. I love you guys. I don't have cancer. Burt : You okay? You look like I'm driving you to your execution.
Kurt : I can't tell. I mean, I really love Blaine and he makes me feel so connected and safe and loved, and I don't think I'm ever gonna find someone else who's gonna make me feel like that. But we're both so young. Burt : Uhm.. Your mom and I met when we were 22 and I asked her to marry me six months in. We were just kids. It was really hard at first.
You know, you go in with all these fantasies about what your life together is gonna be like: nothing but laughing and dancing around in your underwear, cooking pasta and sex. A lot of sex. It's hard being married, though. It's hard enough being in your twenties.
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Kurt : Do you wish you'd waited? Burt : Not one second more. I wish I'd met her ten years earlier. I didn't know then that I was only going to get so much time with her, you know? That she was gonna leave us so soon.