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What is your catch phrase?

FlannelFox

dem leggies
Balls balls balls balls balls balls balls balls balls...
I actually first started saying that after seeing the movie Stand Up Guys, which apparently was a much classier film. o.o
Besides, it's hilarious hearing Christopher Walken say it and people say I talk like him sometimes.

I also say "Cool bonanzas" a lot, an alternative to "cool bananas" which a variation on "cool beans".
 

PlusThirtyOne

What DOES my username mean...?
I actually first started saying that after seeing the movie Stand Up Guys, which apparently was a much classier film. o.o
Besides, it's hilarious hearing Christopher Walken say it and people say I talk like him sometimes.

I also say "Cool bonanzas" a lot, an alternative to "cool bananas" which a variation on "cool beans".
i have no idea what you're talking about but i was making a reference to-
-with respect to-
Duke Nukem quotes
 

FlannelFox

dem leggies
"It's time to either kick ass or chew gum, and I'm all out of gum." is apparently a Duke Nukem quote but I had never heard it or used it before I saw the movie Stand Up Guys. I thought you were responding to me earlier when I said it. :p
 

Strangeguy32000

Dack Remus Applewold
"It's time to either kick ass or chew gum, and I'm all out of gum." is apparently a Duke Nukem quote but I had never heard it or used it before I saw the movie Stand Up Guys. I thought you were responding to me earlier when I said it. :p
The line, or rather a variation of it, originated from the John Carpenter film "They Live" in a scene where "Rowdy" Roddy Piper kills a bunch of disguised aliens in a crowded bank.
"I have come here to Chew Bubblegum and kick ass. And I'm all out of bubblegum"
 

FlannelFox

dem leggies
The line, or rather a variation of it, originated from the John Carpenter film "They Live" in a scene where "Rowdy" Roddy Piper kills a bunch of disguised aliens in a crowded bank.
"I have come here to Chew Bubblegum and kick ass. And I'm all out of bubblegum"
Well today I learned something.
Going to have to find that movie now :)
 

Maximus B. Panda

The Red Menace
"F*cking C*nt!" Is one I say a lot. Not very original.

An old phrase I loved and used to have on all my binders and stuff was "Destroy Offend Terrorize". Hard to get away with it as an adult.
 

finn50n

super duper saxy
I say Oi in staid of a swear or if i'm just really bored. And some times I just randomly insert it in a conversation. And the wear thing is it just kinda happened out of nowhere no influences it just kinda happened! It dosen't translate into typing tho
 

FlannelFox

dem leggies
"dandy" and "neato"
I say Oi in staid of a swear
I do these a bit. Neato is a good positive generic response. I'll use Oi instead Hey a lot, Aye instead of Yeah and I'll put ',yeah?' at the end of a statement as if to say 'correct?'.
I also finish sentences with 'eh?' in that way like a dirty canadian. :p
And I use 'dude' a lot when I'm talking but I have to be mindful b/c I think of it as a gender neutral pronoun and girls who don't know me will get mad at me when I call them that.... :\
 

finn50n

super duper saxy
I do these a bit. Neato is a good positive generic response. I'll use Oi instead Hey a lot, Aye instead of Yeah and I'll put ',yeah?' at the end of a statement as if to say 'correct?'.
I also finish sentences with 'eh?' in that way like a dirty canadian. :p
And I use 'dude' a lot when I'm talking but I have to be mindful b/c I think of it as a gender neutral pronoun and girls who don't know me will get mad at me when I call them that.... :\
I salute you Captain Catchphrase Man
 
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