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Originally Posted by Greg David
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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.

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And though it's a nearly ancient saying, I say "Home again, home again, jiggity jig" because of Blade Runner.

Ditto on both. Also, I bust out Charlie Sheen's "You want us to drag him outside and kick the shit out of him" from Major League whenever I get a chance.

Also, whenever calling my any of my close friends, I wait until they answer, and then say, "Hello, REAL cops?"
Oh, one more I just thought of. Occasionally upon accomplishing a task, I tend to bust out "I am inwincible!" in a thick Russian accent, a la Alan Cummings in Goldeneye.
I use "Whatz in da baaaaaaahxx!?" also. Whenever a female friend brings up her period. It's either that or that nuclear inspector that Mr. Burns tries to bride with the a washer/dryer combo or the contents of the mysterious box. "The box. THE BOX!"

I also do Lionel Hutz's "Good for you, son..." from when Bart said that he wanted to be a lawyer when he grew up.
If I'm being shown something for the first time, I'll usually say, "Looks more like a... six foot turkey," from Jurassic Park.

I usually spout off various Arnold-isms throughout the day. I could recite the script from almost any of his movies, but I tend to say "Give dees people air," and "If I'm not me, who da hell am I?" a lot when the opportunity arises. My brother and I also recite the beginning briefing scene from Predator any time there's an awkward silence.
I use "mother pus-bucket", "Come out to the coast, get together, have a few laughs...", "Lets get this movable feast on the way.", and "Your worst nightmare, butthorn!" on a daily/weekly basis. I am also known to quote Rhodes from Day of the Dead from time to time, mostly "I'M RUNNING THIS MONKEY FARM NOW FRANKENSTEIN, AND I WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING WITH MY TIME?!"
"All right, ramblers, let's get ramblin'" does occasionally get announced before leaving the house.
Malkovich's "I feel so unsyatisfiyed" and "Pay det men hees mahnee" spring out of my lips on pretty regular occasions.

Also, if you've ever seen Kevin Spacey's James Lipton interview, his impression of Al Pacino saying "Ho, funny!" is playing big time round these parts.
Whenever a friend of mine tries to get one over on me, I say, "He must have thought it was white boy day. It ain't white boy day, is it?" It's even funnier because when we first met, he looked exactly like Gary Oldman in True Romance with the long white-boy dreads.
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I use "Whatz in da baaaaaaahxx!?" also. Whenever a female friend brings up her period. It's either that or that nuclear inspector that Mr. Burns tries to bride with the a washer/dryer combo or the contents of the mysterious box. "The box. THE BOX!"

I also do Lionel Hutz's "Good for you, son..." from when Bart said that he wanted to be a lawyer when he grew up.

Ahhhh, let's not go into the Simpsons. I'm pretty sure there was, like, a decade when I conversed exclusively in Simpsons quotes. This, in retrospect, does not amuse.

During moments of amazement, I will occasionally yell, "1.21 Jigowatts!"

And, just cuz, "I love my dead gay son!"
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And, just cuz, "I love my dead gay son!"

Yeah, there hasn't been a funeral I have attended in the last twenty years that lacked me saying that at least once.

Also, since the gift from God known as "The Happening", anytime I mention any place it is "the town of (name of town)".
A few more from A Hard Day's Night, that I swear my wife quotes as often as I do:

"Don't breathe on me, Adrian."

"He looks a right lurker."

"I won an award... it's on the wall in my office."

"A bloomin' bewwwwk."

"That's wrong... surely, that's wrong."

"Dead grotty."

And unrleated to that, whenever it seems to fit, I break out "Rules? In a knife fight?"
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Ahhhh, let's not go into the Simpsons. I'm pretty sure there was, like, a decade when I conversed exclusively in Simpsons quotes. This, in retrospect, does not amuse.

As someone who still occasionally can't help but greet friends with "Ahoyhoy", I empathize.
Actually, another from "Heathers" to be used in the face a conceited and/or ridiculous individual: "You're beautiful!"
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You said "rape" twice.

I like rape.





Sorry, couldn't leave this hanging.
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Do songs count? Because I often roar "WHO LET THESE DOGS OUT?" when entering a room full of women.

Well, that's it, you've become boring.
In my line of work, nobody says, "Forget about it."

We say, "Negative, Ghost Rider."
For some reason I say this a lot when 70s Joel comes on the radio, "We strictly play 80s Joel, sir."
After an evening out shopping with the family, I realize that Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz are cropping up more and more these days.

"It's on randommmmmmm!"
I wish I could command enough authority to ask/annoy people with trivia questions mid-poker game and be able to get away with it because I'm the President.
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Well, that's it, you've become boring.

There was a time when he wasn't boring?
"It's Science" from Anchorman when Ron is talking about how women have smaller brains than men. It's a good way to end a load of bullshit.
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I say "Jog On!" a lot

That's a Manchester favourite! Usually, it's followed by some form of obscenity there, but it's beauty really is its versatility.

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If I'm being shown something for the first time, I'll usually say, "Looks more like a... six foot turkey," from Jurassic Park.

My best mate and I are very fond of dropping in "clever giiiirrrrlll" as a compliment to each other. Little Muldoon flavour always goes down well.

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In my line of work, nobody says, "Forget about it."

We say, "Negative, Ghost Rider."

Awesome.

High Fidelity is actually another favourite of mine. There's no better sarcastic reaction to a "how's it going?" when you're down than "I AM FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINE NOOOOOWWWW!!!"
When things aren't going my way, I've been known to drop a sullen "No fair!" or two a la Pet Sematary.
"Listen... do you smell something?"
Vamp Willow's "Bored now" gets used alot when a story is taking way too long.
My friends and I loved to quote Dune back in the day, and I still bring one out now and again.....

(for when someone has accomplised something, be it mundane or fantastic)

"And how can this be? For he is the Kwisatz Haderach!"

Followed quickly by our own addition....

"...give a dog a bone!"

Then there was....

"We Have (plug in your noun of the moment) the Likes of Which Even God Has Never Seen!"

And these days, when a drowsy Kid Vivisector comes down the stairs in the morning.....

"The Sleeper has awakened!"
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And these days, when a drowsy Kid Vivisector comes down the stairs in the morning.....

"The Sleeper has awakened!"

'Again, it is the legend'
When I'm playing Bad Company and I see a friend waste an entire clip trying to kill one guy I've grown accustomed to,"shoot him again, his soul's still dancing."
On a hot day, my friend or I will usually throw out a "Turn off the magnet!" like we have Tourettes'.
Instead of cursing at work I use, "Son of a nut cracker!"

And tv related, instead of saying "Oh my god" I whip out, "Oh. your. god."
Well I'm definitely in the group of people who use "you're killing me Smalls" regularly.

I use the "It's Science" from Anchorman quite a bit.

From the Wire whenever someone snaps at me for something I always say "what the fuck did I do"?
If the situation ever calls for the phrase "Who cares?", I give it Rickman's reading from Die Hard.
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From the Wire whenever someone snaps at me for something I always say "what the fuck did I do"?

My friends and I use "SHEEEEEET" a lot.
When I'm with my parents and something requires a "What just happened?" or "What was that?" kinda response someone invariably busts out Fred Willard's "Hey wha happened?" from A Mighty Wind, which everyone then immediately repeats in turn.

Amazing I forgot about that considering it's my ringtone.
Any time friends are debating whether to try a new restaurant or something and they ask me my opinion, I'll answer with Kilmer's "The bank is worth the risk" from Heat.
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