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PostPosted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:39 am 
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Just saw a twitter thread on this via one of the Turner Classic Movies hosts. Do you find yourself randomly spouting a certain favourite line from a film every now and then? (Or all the time?)

I can have a wide assortment of them pop up for no good reason ... but if I were to think of a common one, it's not something iconic:

When someone walks into a room (or I do), I sometimes go: "Well, well, well, well... " like Clint Eastwood in Heartbreak Ridge when he first meets his platoon and spots the guy who robbed him earlier.

https://youtu.be/6uvF-emJDSI?t=1m20s


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I always roll out "This is my other Dog impression" after the most famous line :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:59 am 
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All the time.

Whenever I ask my brother for a lift, or vice versa we always say "I don't care what you're doing, come and get me!" which is what a fat biker says in The Terminator before Arnie throws him out of the phone box.

Or when I used to smoke, if I was saying I needed to buy something and some cigarettes, I'd always pause before "...and cigarettes" cause Bruce Willis does that in Die Hard.

There's a bunch of other examples, I can't think of but I'd say I do that shit every day.


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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
I always roll out "This is my other Dog impression" after the most famous line :lol:


:lol:

Meeting someone called Moriarty, it's difficult not to call them "More-ee-air-ih-tee".


Speaking of dogs, my brother and I used to always hit each other with Charlie the Dog's line to Porky Pig. "... den shaddup!!!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmx2bQDO1Vk


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Do you quote movies randomly?


Yarp.


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Always.

I was at lunch with two mates and saw some lady drop some rubbish. My mate said "I hate littering" and we all replied "littering and....littering and....littering and....littering and...smoking the reefer"

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Well, do ya?


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Just Ace Ventura. My sons think I'm hilarious.


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Just Ace Ventura. My sons think I'm hilarious.

Reheheheally?


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Just Ace Ventura. My sons think I'm hilarious.


My son and I after a particularly bad one...

Woo wee...Do not go in there!


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My standard response to "How are you?", etc. is "Thrilled to be alive...", delivered deadpan...it's a partial quote from Big Trouble In Little China...it seems to amuse people...


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We're gonna need a bigger thread


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A good mate is a shocker for calling out if you’re getting a beer, some food, bloody anything... “Hey Utah, make it two”, complete with hand signal.


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I quote the Simpsons on a daily basis.

I have a friend who I communicate with almost exclusively in Predator quotes but I wouldn't be at that with the general population because they'd think I'm a weirdo.


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I'm ashamed to say I've been known to quote withnail excessively.


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A good mate is a shocker for calling out if you’re getting a beer, some food, bloody anything... “Hey Utah, make it two”, complete with hand signal.


Christ. A deft quote of a movie is a fine thing, but when some twat keeps on doing it over and over, makes me want to eat their liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti. There's a bloke who is a friend of a friend sort of acquaintance that is still peppering every damn conversation with Austin Powers and Borat quotes. The same ones. Over and f**king over. Twat.


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Yes! all. the. time.

Most of the time people have no idea what you're talking about, especially Mrs Toro but she'd from Brasil so understandable.

I find it hard to move any furniture without using the 'pivot!' call from friends.

Otherwise I quote The Three Amigos a lot...what's tequila? oh it's like beer....

So I married an axe murderer, and a lot of Mike Myers

A lot of Jim Carrey movies, Tomy Boy gets a good working over.

Happy Gilmore..

I could go on for a while...


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Goodfellas is my best source with "you could fold under questioning" used when someone is waffling


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Monty Python gets used a bit too much. :blush:


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Turbogoat wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
A good mate is a shocker for calling out if you’re getting a beer, some food, bloody anything... “Hey Utah, make it two”, complete with hand signal.


Christ. A deft quote of a movie is a fine thing, but when some twat keeps on doing it over and over, makes me want to eat their liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti. There's a bloke who is a friend of a friend sort of acquaintance that is still peppering every damn conversation with Austin Powers and Borat quotes. The same ones. Over and f**king over. Twat.


The gent in question is a fine wit of his own. He pulls it off. It’s always used at an appropriate situation, but basically just takes the piss out of the shambles that is Gary Busey.


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Sandstorm wrote:
Monty Python gets used a bit too much. :blush:


Do you want the 5 minute argument or the full half hour?


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Sandstorm wrote:
Monty Python gets used a bit too much. :blush:


There is so much to choose from.

Pining for the fjords?


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Movies now and again, but a lot of comedies that I like (Partridge, Peep Show, The office) get used continuously.


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Frodder wrote:
Goodfellas is my best source with "you could fold under questioning" used when someone is waffling


No no no, you insulted him a little bit there, you gotta out of line and you insulted him.


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I only quote Arnie if I am driving and somebody does something to annoy me , causing me to yell “fcuk you, Azhol !” In a cod mittal euro akzent, followed by some non quotes in the same akzent like ‘zere is enough room to derive ze fcuking bus through zere , muddafacka!”


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Yes I spout "she rubs the lotion on the skin" at very inopportune times


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Yes I spout "she rubs the lotion on the skin" at very inopportune times


Followed by "Nobody tosses a dwarf!"?


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assfly wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
Monty Python gets used a bit too much. :blush:


There is so much to choose from.

Pining for the fjords?


The Four Yorkshiremen - LUXURY!! Cardboard box?!?

(*I know it is not originally a Python Sketch)

..and Holy Grail - a mate and I took to using 'watery bint' as an insult (much to our amusement and nobody elses).

Also - that rabbit is dynamite for anything that took us by surprise.


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ManInTheBar wrote:
We're gonna need a bigger thread

:thumbup:

I often tell people never to go full retard


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Fcuk it dude, let's go bowling


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films not especially, but Shaun of the Dead's:

"let's go to the pub, have a quiet pint and wait for all this to blow over"

also, with similar intent, I use Scott of the Antarctic's:

"I may be gone some time"


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Frodder wrote:
Goodfellas is my best source with "you could fold under questioning" used when someone is waffling


No no no, you insulted him a little bit there, you gotta out of line and you insulted him.



I didn't insult nobody, I was just busting his balls. It was just a joke about a shine box


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also, with similar intent, I use Scott of the Antarctic's:

"I may be gone some time"


I used that when leaving a tent to take a morning shit whilst camping a few years ago, which made me wonder if the original user was also just popping out to drop a stubborn shit rather than nobly sacrificing himself.

(Oates)...btw.


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I quote the Simpsons on a daily basis.

I have a friend who I communicate with almost exclusively in Predator quotes but I wouldn't be at that with the general population because they'd think I'm a weirdo.

Myself and my friends can converse almost entirely in quotes from the Simpson's seasons 2 to 10.


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I was muttering "I am the calm little centre of the world, I am the Zen Master" by the photocopier in the manner of Tyler Durden in the office the other day. Thankfully my colleagues are cultural ignoramuses, so they didn't think anything was amiss.


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that was Oates


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There was a guy I was pally with in my old gym called Dylan. Was always perfect for "Dylan, you son of a bitch!" and a bicep-heavy handshake whenever I met him.


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shereblue wrote:

also, with similar intent, I use Scott of the Antarctic's:

"I may be gone some time"


I use this when going for a dump. :thumbup:


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