(fighting in the jungle)
Dan: Run, goddammit! Run!
Forrest: I ran and ran, just like Jenny told me to. I ran so far so fast, that pretty soon, I was all by myself, which was a bad thing. Bubba was my best good friend, I had to make sure that he was OK. And on my way back to find Bubba, well there was this boy lying on the ground. I couldn’t just let him lay there all alone, scared the way he was, so I grabbed him up and run him out of there. And every time I went back looking for Bubba, somebody else was saying “Help me, Forrest. Help me.” I started to get scared that I might never find Bubba.
Dan: I know my position. There’s danger close. We got Charlie all over this area. I got to have those fast-movers in there now, over.
Gump: Lieutenant Dan, Coleman is dead.
Dan: I know he’s dead. My whole goddamm platoon is wiped out. Gaddamn it! What are you doing? You leave me here. Get away. Get out. I said leave me here, goddammit!
Radio: This is Strongarm. Your first movers are inbound at this time, over.
Forrest: Then, it felt like somethin’ just jumped up and bit me.
Dan: I can’t leave the platoon. I told you to leave me there, Gump! Forget about me. Get yourself out. Did you hear what I said? Goddanmit, put me down. Get your ass out of here. I didn’t ask you to pull me out of there, goddamn you. Where the hell do you think you’re going?
Gump: To get Bubba.
Dan: I’ve got an airstrike inbound right now. They’re going to napalm the whole area. Gump, you stay here, goddammit. That’s’ an order!
Gump: I gotta find Bubba!
Bubba: Forrest. OK, Forrest. I’m OK.
Gump: Oh, Bubba. No.
Bubba: I’ll be alright.
Forrest: If I had known this was going to be the last time me and Bubba was going to talk, I’d have thought of something better to say.
Gump: Hey, Bubba.
Bubba: Hey, Forrest. Forrest? Why did this happen?
Gump: You got shot.
Forrest: Then, Bubba said somethin’ I won’t never forget.
Bubba: I want to go home.
Forrest: Bubba was my best good friend, and even I know that ain’t somethin’ you can find just around the corner. Bubba, was going to be a shrimpin’ boat captain. But instead, he died right there by that river in Vietnam. That’s all I have to say about that. Man: It was a bullet, wasn’t it?
Forrest: A bullet?
Man: That jumped up and bit ya.
Forrest: Oh, yes sir. It bit me directly in the buttocks. They said it was a million dollar wound but the army must keep that money because I still haven’t seen a nickel of that million dollars. The only good thing about being wounded in the buttocks is the ice cream. They gave me all the ice cream I could eat. And guess what? A good friend of mine was in the bed, right next door.
Gump: Lieutenant Dan. I got you some ice cream. Lieutenant Dan, Ice cream!
Nurse: It’s time for your bath lieutenant.
Mailman: Harper ,Cooper ,Larson. Webster. Gump. Gump.
Gump: I’m Forrest Gump.
Mailman: Pile, Nichols Maclviill . Johnson.
(Forrest received all the returned letters that he wrote to Jenny.)
Soldier: Gump, how can you watch that stupid shit? Turn it off .Good. Catch! Gump. You know how to play this? C’mon, let me show you. Now the secret to this game is, no matter what happens, never, ever take your eye off the ball. All right.
Forrest: For some reason, Ping-pong came very natural to me. So I started playing it all the time. I played Ping-pong even when I didn’t have anyone to play Ping-pong with. The hospital people said, it make me look like a duck in water, whatever that means. Even Lieutenant Dan would come and watch me play. I played Ping-pong so much, I even played it in my sleep.
For some reason, ping pong came very natural to me.
1. Chess came very natural to him when he was first introduced to the game.
2. Singing seems to come quite natural to her.
3. It comes natural to him to do that.
*I played ping pong so much, I even played it in my sleep.
I ran so far, so fast that pretty soon, I was all by myself.
1. The lecture was so boring, that I fell asleep.
2. He was so tired he even could’t stand up.
1.There were so many curtain calls that the singer lost count of them.
2. The singer lost count of the number of curtain calls.