Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Oatsdad, Aug 30, 2019.
"The bedbug took my thumb"
"I feel like Buckner walking back into Shea"
"You are so mercilessly free of the ravages of intelligence"
Probably not all that obscure, but "97 X, Bam! The future of Rock and Roll."
Not all obscure, but generally not recognised when I use them,
“That was 1000% inappropriate,” Funke, T, Arrested Development (very proud my daughters have appropriated this)
“Proof if proof be need be,” Malahide, R, The Day Today
“T, for ‘Time To Go’”, various, South Park
“Skip To The End,” Bisley, T, Spaced
Always liked that one.
Should be mercifully though .
Dear Benson, you are so mercifully free of the ravages of intelligence.
"I don't know what you've got, but I hope they find a cure for it!" - Harrison Carter (Gale Gordon) talking to Carol Burnett in a Here's Lucy episode. (I think that line was also done on another Lucy episode as well)
How Dare You!
slowly I turned Step by step! LOL...
Con: I recognized it immediately.
Pro: anything from "Rain Man" that isn't about K-Mart or Wapner is probably obscure enough!
Yes you are correct!
If only I had brought my mongoose costume!
Ya' know we're living in a society!
"T'aint funny, McGee," from Fibber McGee and Molly.
I use next stop Willoughby when I come across someone really bizarre or stupid.
"But life goes on, same old story, the fight for love and glory".
One of my favorites, used it just the other day.
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Translations of My hovercraft is full of eels in many languages
A friend and I at work sometimes trade off with "I don't know why everybody says you're so dumb." The other has to wait an hour or more before asking "Who says I'm dumb?".
(I'll let people try to recall the reference)
I use "Coola boola" in place of "cool". First heard in the crime drama Love Hate.
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