8.11.2005

Do you do this?

I know I'm guilty. Found at Toothpaste for Dinner, of course.

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15 Comments:

Blogger Flipsycab said...

OMG! My boyfriend and I can have entire conversations this way. En serio. It's a little frightening to the lay person, but we find that simple movie quotes can sum up an entire cornucopia of emotions.

I mean, why use your own words in any sense of originality when you can spout off something someone else wrote? It's perfect.

11/8/05 21:22  
Blogger Tara said...

Oh yeah. That's me.

11/8/05 21:53  
Blogger graculus said...

I have Monty Python conversations at work....

12/8/05 01:49  
Blogger letters of deception said...

I could not go one day without quoting some movie....for serious.
its just not possible.

12/8/05 09:08  
Blogger Tara said...

grump said...
I have Monty Python conversations at work....

"I don't like Spam!" That's the only Monty Python quote I know. Oh that and "We are the Nights who say NEE!"

12/8/05 09:33  
Blogger Marie said...

Are you talkin' to me? No, I never do that.

12/8/05 11:36  
Anonymous normzone said...

I'll be back. I will stay...for the training.

12/8/05 11:47  
Blogger k_sra said...

I'm bein' repressed! You saw 'im, he was repressin' me!

A good Python fest is nice, but I knew a kid in high school who literally answered every questin with a python quote in a little hag voice.

It got old.

12/8/05 12:03  
Blogger Koobs said...

Yeah me and my friends do that all the time, except more w. SNL, mad TV, ATHF quotes than movies. Other people complain because they have no idea what we are referencing.

12/8/05 12:20  
Blogger Flipsycab said...

Koobs, just tell those people that Gedde and I feel it is the duplicitous edge on which we walk.

55 Bells!

12/8/05 12:55  
Blogger Joel said...

I remember the movie Conspiracy Theory where Mel Gibson's character talked to Julia Roberts' character using song lyrics. That's kind of the same thing, but different. Perhaps it is more different than it is the same: 1) Mel quoted Sting, not Soderberg, and 2) I haven't actually quoted any movies in my comment.

But at the same time, I can't help but feel that this is kinda the same thing. It's related in some way. But to really round out this comment, I should include a quote from a movie, like some of you have done. So here goes: "Rosebud." You have to imagine that I'm whispering it. I just realized that it will look more like whispering if I italicize it. Let me try once more: "Rooooooooozzzzzzebuuuudddududd...ahhhhhhhhh."

I should get something for that. K_sra, don't you give prizes on this website sometimes? Will you think about giving me a prize?

12/8/05 15:06  
Blogger k_sra said...

Well, I'm going to give you rakhi on the 19th. Does that count? : )

12/8/05 15:19  
Blogger Tara said...

Koobs said...
mad TV

"Ohhh, you know, he..he looka like-a man. Yeah. Okee."

12/8/05 19:44  
Blogger Mr. Fun said...

I can't help but feel that I was involved in the worst possible movie-quoting scenario: in junior high when Napoleon Dynamite came out. It got out of hand a lot of the time, but that's nothing against the movie. I mean, it was pretty frickin' sweet--wait! No! I'm not like that!

13/8/05 19:30  
Blogger Tara said...

Mr. Fun said...
I can't help but feel that I was involved in the worst possible movie-quoting scenario: in junior high when Napoleon Dynamite came out.

Something like this?
Vote for Pedro Day

14/8/05 17:44  

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