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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by JonahFalcon, May 9, 2006.
Drop the chalupa!
He could go all the way!
Stay out of my drawers!
Are you coming or not?
Julia Child: ... and now we will beat the meat.
The Big Bang
"I like a nice pear!"
"Hon, why do you always walk the dog so late at night?"
Trust me, I'm innocent.
Up and coming..
"What do you mean by that?"
"That's what she said." It may not be so dirty sounding in and of itself, but just say it after any phrase and it will make the phrase sound dirty. For example:
"I was just cooking the chicken."
"That's what she said." (Accompanied by a knowing smirk, of course.)
You never know the attitude of the dike until you drill it (it's geological)
Overheard on the street: "But I gotta have a pickle and I'd rather have it now!"
Overheard in a taco joint: "It always gets sloppy but honestly that's part of the fun."
Overheard on television: "You wanna keep a firm grip on the tip."
Overheard in the supermarket: "Alright, I gave it to you. Now what do you say?" Overheard response: "Thank you, Daddy."
Also this: Promotional Video Which Made Me Uncomfortable. (work safe)
from Mister Rogers
"I like to squirt"
It's harder than it looks, honestly!
"I think I need a bigger box"
Thank you Taco Bell
I love you baby, you're sooo hot...
"Oh, I'll get to it later. For now I'll give it a lick and a promise." :33:
One of my favorite British exclamations:
"Well, blow me!"
[meaning: "Well, knock me down with a feather"]
All the more fun as it tends to be innocent-looking pensioners who come out with it.
I was in the market in London when saw two old women choosing a carrot. One then said to the other, "Is this large enough for you?"
I walked off quickly, trying very hard not to smirk.