Tossin’ It Out There: Which movie quotes do YOU use?

So, last week’s experiment in discussing movies was a resounding success.

Lots of comments, lots of GOOD comments, lots of discussion back and forth, I thought it was great!

But as posts do, that one is slowly slipping into the graveyard that is the “Older Posts” pages, and so, I thought I’d toss out another topic for us all to chime in on this week.

Up this week? What movie quotes do you use?

Everybody has some, or has had some, for sure. A certain situation will come up and you can’t help yourself, instead of saying something original, you come out with a movie quote. For me, a good example would be Carl Spackler’s (Bill Murray’s) “So I got that goin’ for me, which is nice” from the end of the pitchfork scene in Caddyshack. You can use it at the end of just about anything you tell people about yourself, and I frequently do. I wish I had a nickel for everytime I’ve said that over the years.

Lets not make this about finding the “Best Movie Lines Ever” or anything like that. (Well, unless you’re Ray. Ray, nothing but Shakespeare allowed from you, man) I’m just curious… you’ve quoted movies, you know you have! So, let’s hear it!

Which movie quotes do YOU use?


71 thoughts on “Tossin’ It Out There: Which movie quotes do YOU use?

  1. Put that coffee down!!
    Maybe you’re not such a doosher after all
    I don’t know what it is about your face, but I want to put one of these right in your suckhole
    You smell that?
    You shut your mouth when you’re talking to me.

    Oops, here comes my boss (this is real, not a quote) will have more later..


  2. Love these quotes as I have my self a website with quotes about life. Thought it would be wise to share my favorite quote: “It’s the choices that make us who we are, and we can always choose to do what’s right.” – Peter Parker

    • Reminds me of Michael Caine in “Weather Man” a totally disposable movie otherwise, but Caine played Cage’s father and gave him all kinds of advice. including, “the harder thing to do and the right thing to do are usually the same thing? Nothing that has meaning is easy.”

  3. “Is this heaven?”
    “No, it’s Iowa”
    We say it everytime we cross the Mississippi on the way to visit relatives…….

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