Slate took this article down (unfortunately, since it's a lot better than their typical fluff, I gather), but luckily Google saved it.
All kinds of good quotes. I highly recommend reading the article.
Page 19: "I was a little chunky anyway, and slow, so slow that I was once the only kid at an Easter egg hunt who didn't get a single egg, not because I couldn't find them but because I couldn't get to them fast enough."
Page 252: Two white Pentecostal women that Clinton knew from Arkansas sang at the church service during his first inauguration. Afterward, Colin Powell asked, "Where did you find white women who could sing like that? I didn't know there were any."
Page 176: His [Robert Bork] constitutional law class was Yale Law School's "most interesting class by far."
Page 182: Hillary tries to cut her own hair before Bill's mother arrives for a visit. "It was a minor fiasco; she looked more like a punk rocker than someone who had just walked out of Jeff Dwire's beauty salon. With no makeup, a work shirt and jeans, and bare feet coated with tar from walking on the beach at Milford, she might as well have been a space alien."
"I didn't inhale."
Page 405: "Maybe I thought I was being funny."
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Page 537: Clinton and his team. "Our bond market gambit would work beyond our wildest dreams, bringing lower interest rates, a soaring stock market, and a booming economy."
Page 773: Clinton recounts his liaisons with Monica Lewinsky in language far less graphic than the Starr Report. "Inappropriate encounter" and "15 minutes" is about as hot as it gets.
Page 800: On Aug. 15, 1998, Clinton awakens Hillary and tells her about his affair with Monica Lewinsky. She reels "as if I had punched her in the gut."
Page 803: The post-Monica blues: "When there were no cameras around, my wife and daughter were barely speaking to me. I spent the first couple of days alternating between begging for forgiveness and planning the strikes on al Qaeda. At night Hillary would go up to bed and I would sleep on the couch."
Page 633: Newt Gingrich becomes House Speaker after the GOP's runaway victory in the 1994 congressional elections. Clinton fumes, "[W]e weren't part of the culture Gingrich wanted to dominate America: the self-righteous, condemning, Absolute Truth-claiming dark side of white southern conservatism."
Page 634: He doesn't mean that: "I didn't want to demonize Gingrich and his crowd as they had done to us."
Page 914: In the middle of tense Middle East peace negotiations, Ehud Barak nearly dies after choking on a peanut.
(How do you choke on a peanut!?)
Page 516: Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw teach him the card game Oh Hell!
Page 701: Chelsea's sweet 16 party in 1996: Les Misérables at the National Theater, then paintball with friends at Camp David
Mods, please realize that the book itself is an incredibly long 957 pages, and that the article was also long, so even though it seems like a lot of quotes, it really isn't.