Q and A in the air

What came before, but the faithful kingdom readers already knew that…

And, as you should know, over the years I’ve incorporated a whole slew of movie dialogue into my day-to-day lingo.  On to business with no further adieu:

Q: What do you tell someone when listening to “your” song?
A: “Iris, if you were a melody…”
– Miles (Jack Black) – The Holiday

Q: What do you answer when someone asks why you are with them?
A: “So I can kiss you anytime I want.”
– Young Jake (Thomas Curtis) – Sweet Home Alabama

Q: What do you tell someone who says your life can’t be all that bad because you are in a relationship?
A: “Worse than the total agony of being in love?”
– Sam (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) – Love Actually

Q: What do you tell your significant other every single time you see them?
A: “You are lovelier this morning than you have ever been.”
– William (Hugh Grant) – Notting Hill

Q: What do you tell the person you’ve been dating right before proposing?
A: “I tried to prove myself to you, But I know nothing of Books, or Alphabets, or Sun, or Moon, or… All I know is Joseph Loves Shannon”
– Joseph Donnelly (Tom Cruise) – Far and Away

Q: What do you tell someone who has just come out of a bad relationship and says they will never date again?
A: “Some dreams come true, some don’t; but keep on dreamin’ – this is Hollywood. Always time to dream, so keep on dreamin’.”
– Happy Man (Abdul Alaam El Razzac) – Pretty Woman

Q: What do you say to someone you are with when they ask if you are okay?
A: “I’m always all right when I’m with you, Dundee.”
– Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) – Crocodile Dundee

Q: What do you say when you see two people falling for each other?
A: “Well, perhaps there’s something there that wasn’t there before.”
– Cogsworth (David Ogden Stiers) – Beauty and the Beast

Q: What do you say to anyone and everyone at every possible opportunity?
A: “The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.”
– Toulouse-Lautrec (John Leguizamo) – Moulin Rouge

Q: What do you say your significant other when reminiscing about how you first met?
A: “Yeah. I would have asked for your number, and I wouldn’t have been able to wait twenty-four hours before calling you and saying, ‘Hey, how about… oh, how about some coffee or, you know, drinks or dinner or a movie… for as long as we both shall live?'”
– Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) – You’ve Got Mail

(It was brought to my attention, by my AMAZING wife, that Joe Fox (the Tom Hanks character quoted above) is in fact from “You’ve Got Mail” rather than “Across the Universe.”  We apologize for this mistake and any inconvience it may have caused our faithful readers and have taken the necessary steps to correct it.)


So, did you love the theme this time around?  Did you see what I did there: “love?.”  Also, it’s even included in one of the movie titles.  No matter how you slice it, romance, rom-com, love, it’s hard to go wrong with a good “falling for you” story.  I know you all agree.  Love is Good Stuff!  Thanks as always for playing along.  Oh, and never forget, here there be monsters, and true love.  Definitely try that at home kids.

15 thoughts on “Q and A in the air

  1. Well, DJ, if you ask my husband, he will tell you rather with great conviction, they are ALL love stories. Even Star Wars or Star Trek or Matrix or Men in Black. Even Lord of the Rings. Even Prometheus.

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