Q and A for everything

It’s all starting to slip away from me.  Slip and slide?  Slide down?  Down and out?  Out and about?  Just about enough of that silliness.

I’m not sure whether or not there is a theme this week.  I’ll let you all be the judge of that.

Late to the party?  Unsure of what’s going on and what the proper etiquette for the occasion is?  You can find all of your answers here.  (Except, of course, for the answers you will find below… and even more so of course for 42… which is the answer to everything, but you already knew that, right?  42.  See, it always works.)

On to the silliness:

Over the long and/or short years of my jestering, and movie watching, life, I’ve incorporated movie dialogue into my day-to-day lingo.  Sometimes I’ve found instances where those quotes fit nicely into situations I’ve found myself in.  Maybe these will come in handy for you at some point too.

Q: (This one’s pretty obvious.)  What should you say when some one owes you a “thank you?”
A: “I said you could thank me later. It’s later, Bert.”
– Leigh Anne Touhy (Sandra Bullock) – The Blind Side

Q: What should you say after someone has burped or farted in your vicinity?
A: “You say things like that, and you make it impossible for me to hate you.”
– Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) – When Harry Met Sally

Q: (This one is also obvious.)  What should you say when someone calls you a cynic?
A: “I’m not a cynic, I’m a realist!”
– Sara (Eva Mendes) – Hitch

Q: What should you say when you want to sound philosophical?
A: “I’ve lived for a very long time, Ray. And the one thing I’ve learned: Fate doesn’t decide everything. People get to choose.”
– Mary Embrey (Charlize Theron) – Hancock

Q: What should you say after someone has saved your life?
A: “I don’t mean to sound ungrateful… but what are you doing hanging around?”
– Bethany (Linda Fiorentino) – Dogma

Q: (I have no idea what it means and didn’t bother to look it up.)  What should you say when you want to sound smart?
A: “He’s so impetuous.”
– Rita Escobar (Salma Hayek) – Wild Wild West

Q: What should say… well, I think this is another one you can just use your imagination for and come up with your own scenario.  (It’s a real gem.)
A: “Uh-huh, and that’d be the tall one or the short one?”
– Julie Mott (Tea Leoni) – Bad Boys

Q: What should you say when you want to get under someone’s skin?
A: “You seem nervous. Do I make you nervous, Isaac?”
– Luisa Rey (Halle Berry) – Cloud Atlas

Q: What should you answer when someone asks what you like to read?
A: “I usually read history books. They’re long and cheap and usually about men killing each other.”
– Amelia (Catherine Zeta-Jones) – The Terminal

Q: (Um, duh!)  What should you say when you are asked about any of the gentlemen in your life?
A: “Men are shameless.”
– Skylar (Minnie Driver) – Good Will Hunting


So, there might be a theme, but just a broad one, and nothing really specific about the quotes.  Did you catch that?  Broad?  Is that even an term that is used anymore?  I have no idea.  They don’t teach us those sorts of things in Jester School.  Anyway, here there be women, lasses, ladies, girls, gals, broads and monsters.  Thanks for playing along.

11 thoughts on “Q and A for everything

    • Winner! I guess the “hidden” theme beyond that more obvious one is that they are all actresses that I’d put in the upper scales of attractiveness, but… that was just a bonus.

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