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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoyBGood, Nov 13, 2017.
One of Clint's lines ..."You're a legend in your own mind."
When someone asks "Have you seen my xxx?" I respond with, if it was up your a$$ you'd know where it was..."
Dipsticks will ask me, at a party or wherever, “So, what do you do?” And my reply is, “It depends on the situation.”
If abused, I just shrug and say "I'm from Liverpool, that sounded like foreplay to me."
From the Canadian comedy series Letterkenny
Nice onesie, that come in men's?
I think you come in men enough for all of us
1) Did your parents have any children that lived?
2) Opinions are like a**holes. Everyone has one.
In a huff, someone moves to another employer ...
"The average IQ of both places just increased by 10 points"
Depending on the person & situation..
Nothing (used most often..most thoughtless comments are not worth dignifying w/ a response)
Would you like to repeat that?
Let's step out side..(only ever had to use this once; the invitation was declined)
People often say "Can I ask you a question?".
Before they can continue, I blurt out "The answer is, maybe".
Shane or stain
"You're all f-d in the head!"
I say that at least once each practice, just for fun.
Umm, cash me outside, how bow dah?
Your Mama, Your Daddy, your bald headed Granny!
Lot's of fun things to say to the clerk that bids you goodbye and says "You have a good one!"
1. Well, I like to think so!
2. Hey, I'm sure you do to!
3. I get that alot! Thanks!
"You enlarge my view of the possible."
(Thank you H. Beam Piper.)
I once had a female student say " bite me" in front of the whole class.......I just said " no thanks I'm on a fat free diet".......she never said another word.
"Thank god everyone was dying to hear your opinion. Imagine if nobody gave a ---- and you were just running on and on, flapping your mouth, and we all just wanted you to shut the ---- up. That would be terrible for you."
Ta mah da.
Pardon my adlib spelling of this Mandarin version of Your Mama. Except in Chinese, it is too impolite to say this directly to someone, so Your becomes One's or His.
The standard replay back in the 70's was "You bear it, I'll tear it"...