And so it is that we embark on another adventure of Q and A silliness… Well, that’s how we started last week anyway, and since this is a continuation, you don’t mind that I’ve stolen the opening line again, do you? Right? Yes? No? Speak up, I can’t hear you?
Anyway, moving on.
This time we will be pulling out the classics, again, with just a bit of a twist.
Not entirely sure what is going on? All previous Q and A silliness is conveniently stored here.
Over the years I’ve incorporated a lot of movie dialogue into my day-to-day lingo. And what better place to pull quotes from than those films considered the best of the best. (And, yes, this is a direct copy from last week’s post… it’s okay, they are my words and I can steal them if I want to.)
Q: What do you tell someone to do when they ask for your advice on how to woo their true love?
A: “Climb the castle walls. Sweep her off her feet. Carry her off in style.”
– Little John (Phil Harris) – Robin Hood (1973)
Q: What is one of the best insults you could ever hurl?
A: “Impudent piece of crockery.”
– Merlin (Karl Swenson) – The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Q: What do you respond when someone asks where you are going?
A: “Second star to the right and straight on till morning.”
– Peter Pan (Bobby Driscoll) – Peter Pan (1953)
Q: What do you say to someone who is slowly getting on your bad side one too many uttered words at a time?
A: “You are losing my interest, and that is very dangerous.”
– King Haggard (Christopher Lee) – The Last Unicorn (1982)
Q: What do you say to someone who is trying really hard, and failing, to be scary?
A: “Oh my, you are so fierce!”
– The Shadow (Hans Conried) – Faeries (1981)
Q: What do you say to someone asking for advice?
A: “Let your heart guide you. It whispers so listen closely.”
– Littlefoot’s mother (Helen Shaver) – The Land Before Time (1988)
Q: What do you say when someones asks you if you are hurt after tripping over your own feet and stumbling to the ground?
A: “Nope. One of my better landings, bud.”
– Orville (Jim Jordan) – The Rescuers (1977)
Q: What do you say when someone is trying to coax you out for an evening on the town and you don’t feel up to it?
A: “Have ya looked outside? It’s suicide out there!”
– Wilbur (John Candy) – The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
Q: What should you say when someone says you are looking good?
A: “I’m not bad. I’m just drawn that way.”
– Jessica Rabbit (Kathleen Turner) – Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Q: What do you say when someone questions your parenting?
A: “He’s with me, ain’t he? And I’ll learn him all I know..”
– Baloo (Phil Harris) – the Jungle Book (1967)
That Phil Harris got got around, didn’t he? An amazing voice actor, a one-of-a-kind voice…