„You know, there's one other thing I don't do, Vince. I don't have dirty, unprotected sex with some money grubbing skank who eventually files a paternity suit against me, which gets me kicked out of my own house and leaves me nothing but a living, breathing national disgrace.“

—  CM Punk, Extreme Championship Wrestling. August 21, 2007. To Vince McMahon when he said there was no way Punk could be his illegitimate son because of Punk being straight edge.
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