Q and A Pan

This week’s theme should be obvious as you make it through the contents of the post.  And, if you haven’t seen the three movies that I’m pulling from you should rectify that immediately!

In other news, if you have a movie you’d like me include in these Q and A sessions, or a theme, or a specific actor, let me know in the comments and I’ll see what I can put together for you.

(All previous Q and A iterations are here.)

As a reminder:  The Q’s are life situations you may find yourself in, and the A’s are the corresponding quotes from movies that you could considering using in those situations if you were mad like me.  But, I am a professional Jester, so take that into consideration before trying them on your own.

Q: When someone insults what should you say in reply?
A: “You lewd, crude, rude, bag of pre-chewed food dude.”
– Peter Banning (Robin Williams) – Hook

Q: What should you sarcastically say when someone says your dreams aren’t big enough?
A: “Yes, well, we do dream on a budget here, don’t we?”
– J.M. Barrie (Johnny Depp) – Finding Neverland

Q: What should you say when someone refuses to give you something without you saying “please?”
A: “Sirs! My brother and I are English gentlemen. English gentlemen do not beg!”
– John (Harry Newell) – Peter Pan

Q: What should you say when you are trying to rally the troops together?
A: “Rufio! Rufio!”
– Rufio (Dante Basco) – Hook

Q: What should you say when you are trying to give someone a pep talk, trying to get them to see that there is hope to carry on?
A: “You showed us we can change things by simply believing them to be different.”
– Sylvia Llewelyn Davies (Kate Winslet) – Finding Neverland

Q: What should you say when two of your friends are arguing?
A: “Mother and father are fighting again…”
– Tootles (Rupert Simonian) – Peter Pan

Q: What should you say when watching a baseball game and someone hits a homerun?
A: “’Run home, Jack.’”
– Jack (Charlie Korsmo) – Hook

Q: What should you say as often as you possibly can?
A: “This is just a bit of silliness, really.”
– Peter Llewelyn Davies (Freddie Highmore) – Finding Neverland

Q: What should you say when asked for a kiss?
A: “I remember kisses, let me see. Aye, that is a kiss. A powerful thing.”
– Slightly (Theodore Chester) – Peter Pan

Q: What should you also so as often as you possibly can?
A: “I believe in you… Peter Pan.”
– Tinkerbell (Julia Roberts) – Hook

………

Neverland, and the story of Peter Pan is without a doubt one of my favorite things.  Mermaids, indians, pirates, adventures, and never, ever, having to grow up.  Who hasn’t fantasized about returning to their life as a child?  Or, perhaps not their childhood, but one that is portrayed through film and the written word – carefree, imagination led playing.  I long for that often.  Here there be lost boys, and faeries, and sword fights, and one clock swallowing ticking crocodile of a monster.  Thanks for playing along.  If you believe, it becomes reality.
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