Mostly forgettable movie quote 10: “Ah, anything in this general area right in here. Anything below the stereo and on this side of the Bicentennial glasses. Anything between the ashtrays and the thimbles. Anything in this three inches. Right in here, this area, that includes the Chiclets but not the erasers.” (The Jerk)

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. 

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Mostly forgettable movie quote 8: “the mutants over at Table 9” (The Wedding Singer)

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. 

Ah, there they are!

 

Reference to Table 9 begins at about 00:58.

 

Gotta love urban dictionary! It even gives a new idea of how to use the expression! If you don’t know what “fugly” means, you can find it at urban dictionary too.

 

Mostly forgettable movie quote 7: “But Charlie, don’t forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he always wanted. . . He lived happily ever after.” (Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) 

No need to be careful what you wish for if you listen to Willy Wonka (played brilliantly by Gene Wilder in the 1971 movie).

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Please watch this movie if you haven’t already! (Image: cloudfront.net)