"This is your work, huh? Who did you sell it to?"

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It Follows (2014)
Who did this to you?
Arrested Development (2003) - S01E17 Justice Is Blind
- It was airtight. - Boy, you had to work hard to bag this blind girl, huh?
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
And then we sell it to a business for more than we paid for it.
Men at Work (1990)
This is good. Did you make it?
This Is the End (2013)
You did fuckin' sell out. Everyone says.
Seinfeld (1989) - S04E09 The Opera
Kramer, who did you sell your ticket to?
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
Here it is. Don't put your fingers in there.
Our Brand Is Crisis (2015)
You know what it did to me, Nell, that whole world.
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
This is my file cabinet.
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
about how tough it is to raise kids.
Our Brand Is Crisis (2015)
NELL: This is obviously not gonna work.
Stick It (2006)
Sorry to dis your life's work and all. No offense.
The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997)
Did you get your kicks, doctor? Huh?
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
You who are on the road
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
Do you think that it is too late for me to have kids?
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
This is like HBO. No limits.
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
You wanna bring it over...
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
Yes, it is true.
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
And, let's sell some paper. All right.
The Office (2005) - S02E18 Take Your Daughter to Work Day
Wait. Why doesn't the sawmill just sell the paper directly to people?