Of the sound bites, headlines, titles or slogans you've come across, which is most memorable?
"The fact of the matter is"
I really am starting to hate that statement. It really means I'm stating my BS as fact. All you have to do is listen to CSPAN radio. Congressmen love catch phrases because there idiots. It's cliche to the max.
Cylindrical meteorite lands in Grover's Mill, New Jersey
We start bombing Moscow in five minutes
Duck and cover
A scout is: Trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. [you said memorable. I'll never forget that one!]
Always leave a camp [or world] cleaner than you found it.
Keep the company of those who seek the truth and run from those who have found it.
News announcements related to the Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia.
"Take only pictures, leave only bubbles."
- the diver's motto
"Corduroy pillows make headlines."
Sex in my mouth.
Sex on a spoon... etc etc. - me. :D
I can't forget this one.
:rofl: I remember running into that quote from Reagen, if that's what you're talking about. I decided to look up some Reagan quotes and there were some funny ones.
"I have left orders to be awakened at any time in case of national emergency, even if I'm in a cabinet meeting. "
"I am not worried about the deficit. It is big enough to take care of itself."
YES! I do like turtles! Look at his face as he stares into the camera with those piercing eyes. It's mesmerizing.
Haha! Yeah, kids got the zombie role down pat. He must really be thinking hard about turtles.
This one's getting all too common
"to the best of my recollection I don't recall (place your local politician's headline here).
A oneliner I read on a billboard ad for Stoli vodka...
"Do you think Lenin was buried in a communist plot?"
A slogon on a sewer line cleaning truck:
"We're number one in the number two business!"
We're trying to get my younger stepson to get rid of "Actually...".
His mom must put up with this when he visits her, but "actually" we think it's a pretty disrespectful way for a ten year old (or anyone) to start a sentence!
It depends on what the meaning of the word is is - B. Clinton.
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. -B. Clinton
My nephew describing a blow-out baseball game: "We literally killed "em!"
Haha. It's funny how that word has come to mean its exact opposite. Literally is now a gross exaggeration. In another 20 years I wouldn't be surprised to see two opposing definitions in the dictionary. Oops, nevermind. It already is.
I got a chuckle out of it.
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