Chelsea’s Tour Quotes – Part V

Chelsea’s Tour Quotes – Part V

Here are a few of Chelsea’s quotes from last week on the road! We are spending some quality time with the family these past couple days and excited to get on the road again to finish the next 10 stops on the tour!

ME: “What is wrong.Why are you crying?”
CHELSEA: “I am just watching all of these Hallmark commercials on TV.” 
* in relation to me walking in on her and feeling worried for why she is crying

“You have six noise hairs and your shirt looks weird.”
* in relation to me about to go on a TV interview 30 seconds before we go live. (She couldn’t tell me that 10 minutes before?). 

“Oh I would take Gale in a second.”
* in relation to me mentioning the name Peeta from Hunger Games

“Can I show you a photo that I was going to send you, but was too gross to send.”
* in relation to a very gross photo indeed

“Wow… someone just Miley Cyrused you!”
* in relation to someone saying “I came in like a wrecking ball” after I spoke

“These pages are so soft.”
* in relation to Chelsea flipping through the Book of Mormon at the hotel and us both realizing the pages are in fact very soft

“Can you put that truffle in my mouth, my hands are full.”
* in relation to her making me put a sample truffle in her mouth when we were grocery shopping

“Well, I am never going there again, unless I want a compliment.”
* in relation to accidentally going through a very sketchy neighborhood but two random people gave Chelsea flattering compliments as we walked by

“No. No, I never want Applebee’s. Please do not ever ask me if I want Applebee’s again!”
* in relation to Chelsea asking me where I want to go to eat and me telling her what I wanted

“Yea… don’t step on that scale, it adds like six pounds.”
* in relation to a scale in our hotel room that…yea… might have been six pounds off

“OMG… sometimes helping you accomplish your dreams can be exhausting.”
* in relation to us working all day on our “day off” on a new keynote for next year and then me adding three more ideas to what we can do in 2014

“Yea… your flamboyantness can help us pick out flowers for sure.”
* in relation to my lovely wife liking my feminine side and asking me to help with her sisters wedding

Question: What is your favorite quote from Chelsea listed above? If you are new to this series, here are Chelsea’s Tour Quotes Part IPart IIPart III and Part IV.

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7 Comments on "Chelsea’s Tour Quotes – Part V"

  • Kristi says

    I like the Chelsea helping you accomplish your dreams.

    Helping others can be tiring sometimes.

    Thanks for the cyber Monday giggles.

  • “OMG… sometimes helping you accomplish your dreams can be exhausting.”

    This may be the best list yet…..I feel a book coming on! lol

    Chelsea could write about what it is like to help someone accomplish their dreams while staying sane….and married.

    Travel blessing to you.

  • Monty Ray Davidson says

    I’m sorry, Applebee’s should always be the answer to where you want to dine. If they built one next to my house, I’d be there all the time! Your backup of course is IHOP!

  • Dave says

    Hard to choose from:
    “You have six noise hairs and your shirt looks weird.”
    “Can you put that truffle in my mouth, my hands are full.”
    “Well, I am never going there again, unless I want a compliment.”
    “No. No, I never want Applebee’s. Please do not ever ask me if I want Applebee’s again!”

    They’re all “so Chelsea”! :) In fact, there’s the title of the quote book: “That’s So Chelsea!”.

    You’re welcome. :D

  • Marc Gabris says

    “Can you put that truffle in my mouth, my hands are full.” Is my winning favorite. Imagining you feeding Chelsea truffles at a grocery store because her hands are full of stuff is hilarious. It shows how close you to are that she would feel comfortable asking.

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