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Originally Posted by Jesse The Mind
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Don't forget "Wait'll [subject] tastes my vanilla thunder!"

And if we're going to expand this to TV, one I picked up from Spongebob that never fails to illustrate just how bad someone's joke was - "THAT'S A GOOD ONE ISN'T IT?"

Shoot, forgot about that one!..But remembered that I once was lucky enough to use this two:
-You fool! That's decaf!

A good one when confused:

Do what now?
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Originally Posted by Uth Vaspetad
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I say "Jesus, Mary, and Joseph!" and "Jesus Palamino!" quite often, as well as "Sweet Zombie Jesus!"

Oh yeah, and "I like the baby jesus best."

I'm also fond of pulling out Nicholson's "Jesus Marimba" from Batman.

On the TV front, my friends and I use "I got a rock" from It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown all the time. We're all that age.
Any of the Harry Doyle-isms from Major League are fair game in the press box, no matter where I am - college, minor league or pro.

Also the non-sequiturs from Dodgeball. Someone brings up a really off-the-wall fact or observation and I'll usually answer with, "I sure do like pumpkins, Cotton."

And the final one... any time. ANY TIME someone asks my prediction, I only have one response. "PAIN"
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Shoot, forgot about that one!..But remembered that I once was lucky enough to use this two:
-You fool! That's decaf!

A good one when confused:

Do what now?

Those both really work best with the corresponding body language -

-You fool! *slump* That's decaf! *slump*

- *Double take* Do what now?
Another big default in my group: when somebody asks if you want something, say "Yes, have some!"
I still occasionally bust out Dan Ackroyd's line from "Neighbors" when I'm really hungry - "I could eat a baby's butt through a park bench."
We need to start tracking these. Right now it seems that Ghostbusters is the top-dog in this category with Caddyshack respectable second place.
My favorite non sequitur when out with friends: "Hey Look! It's Enrico Pallazzo!"
"Forgive me for speaking plain."

EDIT: I guess it's really "I hope that you'll forgive just good old fashioned plain-speakin."

They're both winners!
I'll whine "KAREN!" a la Ray Liotta in Goodfellas when someone is bitching too much.
I had no idea The Sandlot was so popular. I feel old.


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Originally Posted by Judas Booth
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Still in regular usage:
CADDYSHACK: 'So I've got THAT going for me...which is nice.'

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Originally Posted by Hammerhead
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"What's in the baaahahaahx?"

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Originally Posted by TVs David
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Here's two I use from The Big Lebowski fairly often. When someone asks what something is, I'll drop, "Obviously you're not a golfer." And the ultimate comeback to any negative comment, "Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man."

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My latest atrocity: whenever someone (or myself) says, "Brrr. It's cold in here," I can't help but add "There must be some Toros in the atmosphere!"

Ditto to all of the above. Add in "Bacon tastes good...pork chops taste good" when discussing food options with my vegan or vegetarian friends. My friends and I will also drop a "How lewd!" when someone does something particularly sassy or a "I'm your huckleberry" when volunteering for some challenge (e.g., pool game). Also, I try and use Blazing Saddles quotes whenever I can. Particularly when asked about my qualifications, "Rape, murder, arson, and rape".

ETA: I have too many. Another one I say alot, particularly in the summer, "Kinda hot in these rhinos."
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Ditto to all of the above. Add in "Bacon tastes good...pork chops taste good" every time I encounter a vegan or vegetarian.

I actually use the follow-up to that line a lot: "Sewer rat might taste like pumpkin pie, but I'll never know, cause I wouldn't eat the filthy motherfucker".
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Originally Posted by Greg David
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I actually use the follow-up to that line a lot: "Sewer rat might taste like pumpkin pie, but I'll never know, cause I wouldn't eat the filthy motherfucker".

Yeah, well that line inevitably follows from the former. Honestly, that whole bit of dialogue gets a lot of play in my circle of friends.

As does, "Prank caller, Prank caller" whenever we don't fell like talking to someone on the phone.
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Originally Posted by TVs David
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Here's two I use from The Big Lebowski fairly often. When someone asks what something is, I'll drop, "Obviously you're not a golfer." And the ultimate comeback to any negative comment, "Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man."

My most often used Lebowski quotes are probably "Careful, man, there's a beverage here", which I actually get a lot of use out of at parties, and "This is not Nam, this is (fill in appropriate game). There are rules."

Kind of an odd one from Army of Darkness - whenever someone says "It's a trick" I have to follow it up with "Get an axe".

And, whenever I can't understand/hear what someone said - "Talking monkey?"
Another TV one, from Frisky Dingo - whenever the topic of sex comes up I'll invariably say "yeah, I've dragged the ol' pineapple through a couple of women."
If we're bringing tv into it, then I'll include my habitual use of Zoidberg's "Your music's bad and you should feel bad!"
I say "Jog On!" a lot, but my biggest and most (over?)used is "Holy ___, Batman!"

I used to keep it to temperatures ("Holy hot" or "Holy cold"Wink but the other day I found myself saying "Holy golf, Batman!" in relation to the Master's tournament. I don't even realize I'm doing it anymore.
These two:



When I want to purchase an item for exactly one dollar. In a rather excited manner!



Sadly, it isn't to cockblock some corporate stooge's coke party. I just say it when the work day ends, and it's time to go.
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Originally Posted by Diva
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"Rape, murder, arson, and rape".

You said "rape" twice.


Poor you.



Life does not stop and start at your convenience, you miserable piece of shit.



...Formaldehyde face!
As someone leaves:

Me: Have fun stormin' the castle!
Wife: Do ya think it'll work
Me: It'd take a miracle

For the longest time all our friends would great each other with "Sjadajim" from the Coupling episode "The Woman With Two Breats".
My friend Nick, who I've known since kindergarden, just headed back for New York. But ever year or two he comes back home and visits for a month or so. And everytime he shows up and knocks on my door the first time, we do the whole "Angels with Filthy Souls" thing:


"Who is it?"

"It's me Snakes! I got the stuff!"

"Leave it on the door step and get the hell atta' here!"

[...]

"I tell you what I'm gonna give you, Snakes! I'm gonna give ya to the count o' ten to get yer ugly. Yella'. No-good keister off my property before I pump you full o' lead!"

"All right, Jonny! Sorry! I'm goin'!"


The whole thing.

And then on "1...2...10!" I open the door. It's ridiculous, but, man, we've been doing it since middle school. Did it all the god damn time and it'd piss our parents off back when we lived like three blocks from each other.

We've tried doing the "Angels With Even Filthier Souls" bit. But it's just not the same.
A random line from Super Troopers every time something sucks: "Dat's a lotta Dimp." Took me foverever to figure out it was what it said on the back of Thorny's failed ticket at Dimpus Burger.

Every time I'm shopping with someone: "I'm gonna fuckin buy these." From Boogie Nights. Also a background John C. Reilly quote that I use whenever someone tells me I should do something, "It's funny you should say that because we SHOULD be in a band."

A really odd one, after watching The Crucible in high school my friends and I would use, "Don't hurt Tituba!"

ETA: One from Futurama every time I watch something with awkward dialog, "Your lyrics lack subtlety! You can't just have your characters SAY what they're FEELING!"
Oh my achin' banana.
Since I'm a condescending douchebag, I occassionally drop Starship Trooper's "would you like to know more?" in conversation. I don't think anyone's catched the reference tho.
I find myself saying "fuck-a-doodle-do" in a British accent quite a bit.
I caught myself saying "deep in the damp" from the last episode of Breaking Bad.

It was a conversation about pussy, by the way.
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A random line from Super Troopers every time something sucks: "Dat's a lotta Dimp." Took me foverever to figure out it was what it said on the back of Thorny's failed ticket at Dimpus Burger.

On the Super Troopers front, I have a couple of friends with whom I run through the "shenanigans" gag on the regular. Good times.
Forgot to mention my other latest obsession: describing a hard task as "difficult, difficult, lemon difficult."
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Forgot to mention my other latest obsession: describing a hard task as "difficult, difficult, lemon difficult."

No lie, that is currently the line I have written in my little box on Facebook. That makes sense if you use Facebook. Otherwise it sounds weird. Yup. Weird.
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Originally Posted by Uth Vaspetad
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Oh my achin' banana.

If I ever see someone violently wielding a chainsaw, you can bet your ass that I'm gonna say that.
Most of the unidentified quotes here (including the title one) flew over my head. Probably fair, as the ones I find myself using are way too obscure for most.

One movie that has most of the whole bloody screenplay in my lexicon is Mel Brooks' original The Producers, particularly if Mostel said it: "That's it, baby! When ya got it, flaunt it, FLAUNT IT!" "I'm wearing a cardboard belt!" "Hold me, touch me, hold me, touch me." "This is not fools' gold, but real gold! The motherlode, the motherlode, the mother of them all!" And of course, the reponse Franz has to "Can I help you?" "You vill pleeze be unconscious!" BONK!

And Perlman has got me saying "Aw, Crap" a lot this decade.
Sadly, I have more of these than I realize and can recall right now.

One in my mind right now: Any time a friend catches another in a lie, or contradicting themselves, they will respond with Eddie Murphy's "I can see! I can see! I have legs! And I can see!" from Trading Spaces.

Also: "Alright, well go back to doing something latently homoerotic" from Dirty Work.
Do songs count? Because I often roar "WHO LET THESE DOGS OUT?" when entering a room full of women.
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Originally Posted by Doc Phibes
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One movie that has most of the whole bloody screenplay in my lexicon is Mel Brooks' original The Producers, particularly if Mostel said it: "That's it, baby! When ya got it, flaunt it, FLAUNT IT!" "I'm wearing a cardboard belt!" "Hold me, touch me, hold me, touch me." "This is not fools' gold, but real gold! The motherlode, the motherlode, the mother of them all!" And of course, the reponse Franz has to "Can I help you?" "You vill pleeze be unconscious!" BONK!

I'm also partial to "Now I'm wet! I'm hysterical and I'm wet!"
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