rehta


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I was an extra in A League of Their Own. That was fun.

-Heather (First Burgandy Olfactory Center 12/6/11)

princessdebster


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mcsoupman wrote:

"We don't talk about fight club"



LOL! The fight club one would have been good!

Other cliché movies of the 90s:
"I see dead people"
"There is no spoon" or "the red pill or the blue pill?"
"You had me at hello"
"Show me the money!"
"Um, ya, I'm gonna need you to come in on Saturday"
etc, etc.

DB

dpwellman


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fatdragon wrote:What about "10 Things I Learned in the 70's"?

"It's pronounced 'Fronkensteen'"
"Now there ain't but twenty-thousand police in the whole town!"
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning."

...

However, while I enjoy reading the shirts, I wouldn't buy one. Maybe as a poster, if I were into those anymore.

Like the way you thinking here; however, I'd amend to say "Napalm smells like victory (in the morning)" or something like that.

And Young Frankenstein is one of my all time favorites.

What about? "Suicide is painless" or "Leave the gun. Take the cannoli."

What's the point of a signature? Everyone can see who wrote this, over there, to the left.

cdrewlow


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Hooray! A movie shirt sequel that's just as good as the original! Of course, neither would be as good as 10 things I learned from books. Congrats, Mr. Rabbit.

kimannlee


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ScottFromWyoming wrote:Learned about Bat Country in the 90s? Well that's kind of sad.



No one reads anymore. The book was better.

michaelvella


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mcsoupman wrote:Alternatives - "You need more flair."



"I don't like to talk about my flair"
Jennifer Aniston's best role, BTW.

michaelvella


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dpwellman wrote:Like the way you thinking here; however, I'd amend to say "Napalm smells like victory (in the morning)" or something like that.



No, the Colonel does in fact say that, the full quote -
Kilgore:
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning. You know, one time we had a hill bombed, for 12 hours. When it was all over, I walked up. We didn't find one of 'em, not one stinkin' dink body. The smell, you know that gasoline smell, the whole hill. Smelled like... victory. Someday this war's gonna end..."

sillstaw


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Wait, you mean to tell me there's nothing about the Roman Empire or the writing of the New Testament?

(Checks source)

It's the 1990s? How can people just assume that? Why don't they just get off their lazy butts and say "1990s?"

oneshoeoff


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Yay, it's a sequel Congrats, ORabbit!

david1239321


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fatdragon wrote:What about "10 Things I Learned in the 70's"?

"It's pronounced 'Fronkensteen'"
"Now there ain't but twenty-thousand police in the whole town!"
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning."

...

However, while I enjoy reading the shirts, I wouldn't buy one. Maybe as a poster, if I were into those anymore.




My favorite qoute from the 70's - "Lord loves a workin man and don't trust whitey" Steve Martin in The Jerk

sheviarnold


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developerzero wrote:Is it just me, or does anyone else only get like half the references here?



More than half, but, yes, some I've either never known or have chosen to forget.

wirdou


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Congrats Orion! A great sequel!!:D

sheviarnold


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dfunk29 wrote:"We are all connected in the great circle of life", The Lion King.
"In Paris it's a Royale with cheese", Pulp Fiction
" There's no crying in baseball!", A League of Thier Own.
"The price is wrong bi$©h", Happy Gilmore.



Oh, yeah. I remember the Happy Gilmore one now.

TheGolux


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Mr3dPHD


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IjumpOverU wrote:I agree...

"You can't triple stamp, a double stamp"

HAS to be on there!



I third that motion!! Dumb & Dumber taught us all so much. I also would have accepted:

-Our pet's heads are falling off!
-You can't stop once you've started. (it stings)
-Senior citizens, although slow and dangerous behind the wheel, can still serve a purpose.
-The soup du jour is the soup of the day.
-Spilling the salt is very bad luck.
-I get 70 miles to the gallon on this hog.

...and my personal favorite...

-I desperately want to make love to a school boy!

(Before someone points out that my quotes were not accurate, remember, these are things we learned...not exact quotes necessarily).

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Mine came in yesterday. I had forgotten how the fit and feel of the AA shirts are. It is longer, which I prefer, and softer. My only issue with them was they tend to shrink more so I always drip dry.

meattroller


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Yeah a) too many of these are too obscure

b) 4 of them are about Life.

Keep: There's no crying in Baseball, You can't handle the truth... I'd say Life is like a Box of chocolates as the Life quote... but then you have two Tom Hanks quotes already... hmmm...

The '80s I was thumbs up on 9 of Ten.. (Dirty Dancing was worst date ever... but eh...) so got that one... but this one - pass.

Needs a rework.