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Okay, I didn't quite understand how to add quotes, so I need somebody else to add them for me. Here they are. (with their sources, in case the person adding wants to look them up for context)

"You've got the wrong man! I'm a different dwarf with a hideous facial scar!" (Jaime tells Tyrion that it would be a good idea to change his name, and Tyrion points out the pointlessness)

"You know nothing, Jon Snow." (Melisendre, in one of the preview chapters in ADoD, and Ygritte)

"In the dark, I am the Knight of Flowers." (Tyrion to Sansa, on the night of their marriage)

"The things I do for love." (Jaime)

"Can a man still be brave, even when he is afraid?"

"That is the only time a man CAN be brave." -- Bran and Ned (First chapter, first book. Watching a man executed, and asking if he died bravely)

"First Lesson. Stick them with the pointy end." -- Jon. (when giving Needle to Arya. Again, the only lesson she remembers, in the stables of the Red Keep, while she tries to flee)

"A girl should be bloody too. This is her work." -- Jaqen H'ghar to Arya (The battle inside Harrenhall)

"Careful with those, you don't want to get blood all over those pretty white cloaks." - Bronn to the Kingsguard (when Tyrion rescues Sansa from Joffrey)

"There will be pain." "I'll scream." "A great deal of pain." "I'll scream very loudly." --- Jaime and Qyburn (when Jaime's hand gets sewn up)

"Lord Tywin Lanister did not, in the end, shit gold." (When Tyrion kills him)

The gold cloak drew a shortsword. "Here's your law." "That's no law, just a sword. Happens I got one, too."

- Yoren and random gold cloak (While Arya is traveling with them)

"Nothing ever goes missing that they don't look at me, ever since that time I lost my horse. As if that could be helped. He was white and it was snowing, what did they expect?"- Dolorous Edd

"Men are such faithless creatures." -Varys Tyrion sighed. "Who's the traitor today?" The eunuch handed him a scroll. "So much villainy, it sings a sad song for our age. Did honor die with our fathers?" "My father is not dead yet." --- Varys and Tyrion (when he firsts tells him about the Antler Men)