Navin (Steve Martin) was explaining potential carnival prizes. Often misquoted as “between the chiclets and the erasers,” this can be used when describing where things are located.
Use this quote from “Robbie Hart” (Adam Sandler) at any event where you’re seated at Table 9 or any table that gets called last to the buffet.
Reference to Table 9 begins at about 00:58.
And the second thing my kids associate with Mr. Rogers? It’s just…I…um…well, here it is:
I spent so much quality time with Mr. Rogers, but one of the two things my kids associate with him is this clip (from before my time?):
A cup of coffee
A TV Guide (Are these still for sale?)
A 6-pack of cough syrup
“Bald No More” (Existence unknown)
I am going to try to start saying this every time I get out a piece of bread. I’m sure it won’t annoy anyone!
I can’t stop “myself” from being misused by others, but I myself use it correctly by asking myself, “Is it just myself, or is it just me?”
No need to be careful what you wish for if you listen to Willy Wonka (played brilliantly by Gene Wilder in the 1971 movie).
you have to be the adult when you still feel like a kid inside and could crack up at how serious and grown up you’re being?