Daisy had sent Tom off to get them some cold drinks and as he leaves, she walks over to Gatsby and kisses him on the mouth, telling him that she loves him. While Jordan watches and brings the lovebirds back to reality with her presence being known. (Pg.116)
You look so cool...you always look so cool.
All right, come on we're all going to town.
Daisy's daughter has entered the room and as Nick and Gatsby greeted her, Nick noticed how Gatsby watched the child in such surprise. Gatsby couldn't believe he was actually looking at the daughter of Daisy and Tom. (Pg.117)
Shall we take anything to drink?
I'll get some whiskey.
Tom took Gatsby outside so that he could have a better look of his house and Nick followed along. As Gatsby looked around he points out toward his house right across the bay and tells Tom which does't seem to surprise him. (Pg.118)
I can't say anything in this house, old sport.
Her voice is full of money.
She's got an indiscreet voice. It's full of-
Daisy had asked if anyone wanted to go to town and Gatsby looked at her. She then says how cool Gatsby is, and goes on about how he resembles a man. Tom watches how Daisy is acting with Gatsby and it leads to him getting annoyed. (Pg.119)
While the girls went upstairs to get ready, the men went to wait outside. Jordan called out from an upstairs window, asking if they should bring anything to drink and Tom goes back inside to get some. (Pg.120)
Gatsby turns to Nick and tells him how he can't speak in the house and Nick tries to describe the way Daisy speaks and Gatsby says how she speaks with money. That's when Nick realizes that Gatsby was right, it was like a charm in Daisy's voice. (Pg.120)