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Catch Phrases

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TheCaptain's thread got me thinking.

Ever watched a movie, TV show, played a game or something along those lines and heard a phrase that you find yourself using or wanting to use?

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I've always wanted to use 'Screw you guys, I'm going home!' before I die.

Copious amounts of Beavis & Butthead has also checkered my vocabulary with words like 'bunghole,' 'dillweed,' and 'butt-knocker.'

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I've always wanted to use 'Screw you guys, I'm going home!' before I die.

I've used that on a nearly daily basis for the last 15 years.

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Not really from media, mostly from friends, and sometimes coming up with something that sounds interesting myself. Some of the slang that started out here has definitely spread a ways...kinda cool.

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Oh cock.

HA! Straight out of James May's mouth, my wife laughs at me when I say this by imitating his voice. Of course, do this in public around here and you get strange looks, but what do I care?

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My latest favorite is "Bluetool" to refer to the ass with the headset having a loud conversation in public.

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back when the Vee Dub commercials were new, me and a buddy would say "Oh, Snap" like the german dude when something was broken... or mangled heheh.

oh, we still use "dang it, bobby" on a frequent basis.

then random family guy quotes and robot chicken snip its with some futurama quotes for a dash of flavor.

Edited by cletus8269
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May I never hear 'That's what she said' again...

I like 'all your [items] are belong to us'.

I've been known to use 'asshat', 'strewth', 'plorchers', and 'shenanigans' in conversation.

I always laugh when I see a red stapler or see a PC Load Letter error.

Rob

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No, you can't really use them in everyday life...they're too specific to most movies...

Not only that, most anything I remember is from Eddie Murphy so I have to add the accent and I can't do that at work

Most of the friends come up with enough good material:

..."the whitest of white trash" is one of my favorites

... that I was "the welcome wagon" for foreigners in undergrad

... or a black chick in summer school between fresh/soph year in college whose change was swallowed by a vending machine and got belligerant with it: "Ama' let dis machine take ma money, or ama act a fool." I swear...verbatim.

... he "doesn't know how much he doesn't know"

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Oh cock.

"Frak"

"Greetings, programs!" (I don't use this as often as I'd like)

My friend and I always take the chance to quote Red vs. Blue when it's appropriate.

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Good News, Everyone!

I see what you did there. And I don't like it one bit.

Edited by YellowJacket894
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I see what you did there. And I don't like it one bit.

Use it IRL, and three times out of five, it'll make someone 'ffffuuuu.'

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"I sure would like to butter those biscuits." :scratchchin:
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