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You can't handle the truth! I've said this to more than a few whiney people in the last few years.
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“Face it girls. I'm older and I have more insurance.” 

 

“Are you a politician or does lying just run in your family?” 

 

“You never know what's in a person's heart until they're tested, do you?” 

 

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There are so many from "Romancing The Stone" that I enjoy but my favorite:

 

Joan Wilder:  "You're the best time that I ever had."

 

Jack T. Colton:  "I've never been anybody's best time."

 

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@tobes wrote:

@Cakers3 How about this one......Pa I've got troubles.  Ok says Pa let's go in the kitchen


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Old man, you give those dogs another piece of my food and I'm gonna kick you 'til you're dead!

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@SurferWife wrote:

"I'll be your Huckleberry."  Great line...even greater movie!


DH and I love this line.

 

 

My all-time fave is :" To the Moon, Alice, to the moon"!  (Ralph Cramden in The Honeymoonrs).  It's also a play on my name.


@SurferWife @Maestra1 , I thought it was "I'm your Huckleberry."  

 

"I can shoot straight if I don't have to shoot far."

 

 

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"What interesting china. It looks like young men playing leapfrog. Is it Greek?"

 

OMG there were so many funny lines in The Birdcage, I don't think I stopped laughing for two whole minutes. 

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@sunala wrote:

"What interesting china. It looks like young men playing leapfrog. Is it Greek?"

 

OMG there were so many funny lines in The Birdcage, I don't think I stopped laughing for two whole minutes. 


 

I love this movie!  I remember that line.  Dianne Wiest was the perfect casting for that role.  She killed it.

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"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get."-- Forrest Gump

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I thought of 2 1/2Woman LOL more good ones.

 

Betty Davis-"I'd love to kiss ya but I just washed my hair!"

 

and Scarletts famous line I have used when someone is having a "no good, terrible, very bad day" (that which I also use from Alexanders no good day bookSmiley Happy-

 

"I'll think about that tomorrow. After all tomorrow is another day!"

 

It seems she may have said this several times?  There are different versions of this I found.

"If you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you'll learn things you never knew. Can you sing with all the voices of the mountains? can you paint with all the colors of the wind?"
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@wagirl wrote:

YES----"gird your loins"---from the devil wore prada--and I try to use it whenever it applies----


 

 

hi @wagirl  another great line from The Devil Wore Prada was, "I'm just one stomach flu from my goal weight." Love that!

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