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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoyBGood, Nov 13, 2017.
That's a good way to lose some teeth.
When someone says something profane: "Do you kiss your mother with that mouth?" That worked pretty well until I ran into someone who shot back "No, but I kiss yours!"
When someone points out something potentially embarrassing: "That's a good point. Now just wear a cap and no-one will notice"
I loved John Cleese's old British TV show, Fawlty Towers. He once went to one of the dining tables where The parents had an snotty brat. She tried to justify the kid's actions by saying, "he's high strung." Basil Fawlty replied, "he should be!"
**edit I Just found it if interested.
Brilliant! I love the mother's 'SHUT UP!!! - LEAVE HIM ALONE!!!
Also Basil's 'Poke in the eye shape?'
A damn fine sitcom.
-------------(insert name of insultee here), My God, I heard you were dead!
Used mostly on woman when they say "Kiss my A**"
Got anything smaller ?
Here is an oldie but goodie
No sh*t Sherlock
Used that all the time as a kid...
"That'll take all day."
My ex wife's aunt was once bragging about the weight she had lost. Ex father in law was within earshot, sitting in his chair. He doesn't even look away from the TV when he states: "turn around, you'll see where it went."
For people who use "if" all the time such as " if you did this" or "if we...." or "if they......."
I like to say "yep, and if the Queen had balls she'd be King".
The more mad someone gets, the funnier this is, "So, what's your point?"
Student of mine always likes to ask me when I’m going to get married (I’m in a 4 year relationship). I just reply “why the excitement, you ain’t invited!”