Examples of film/tv script entering the common lexicon?

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  • Examples of film/tv script entering the common lexicon?
  • anono
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    Where’s the foetus gonna gestate – you gonna keep it in a box?

    markwsf
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    BAD example – One One using “Twelfty” for every height marking on their seat posts

    Very amusing at first but really bloody annoying when actually trying to reset / reinstall / adjust / use the bloody thing !

    Am I bovvered?

    Yeah, but no but yeah.

    nonk
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    What you talking about ?
    Shopping (said in a very Scottish accent)

    jekkyl
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    Computer says No

    jekkyl
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    Triggers Broom!

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    theotherjonv – Member
    … obviously chosen to extend their learning experience to the best films, but mainly to cause maximum annoyance.

    I used to (OK, still do) say “A haaaaandbaaag ?” in a full pantomime Edith Evans impersonation

    never* caught on – even just in the family 😥

    *(yet)

    Premier Icon nuke
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    “Winter is coming”

    Premier Icon DezB
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    I used to (OK, still do) say “A haaaaandbaaag ?” in a full pantomime Edith Evans impersonation
    never* caught on – even just in the family

    We used to say that one too!

    There was also this Welsh comedy thing back in the 70s (Ryan & Ronnie?), few catchphrases off that stuck with our family – ‘Don’t call will on yer father!’ being one 😆

    Premier Icon deadkenny
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    I’ve got a bad feeling about this.

    Usually applied to anything dreamed up by sales that (insert current company) decides is a great idea and insists must be developed, ideally by yesterday, and it must work using the bizarre logic they’ve used to mentally design it. Oh, and they’ve already sold it.

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