And TV. "But "That's what she said" is my husband's sole domain.
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    "Live in the now!!!"
    Wayne's World - Say ALL the time but only remembered after @Jaycer17 suggestion list πŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ˜‰The Bernard Pivot list, part 1
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    "I don't know where all my money goes"
    Grease - Said once a week.
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    Princess Bride - Honest Trailers says we remember them cause each character says their catch phrase over and over.
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    "O R, they?"
    Rushmore - Completely silly but still gets a laugh now & then.
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    "What a week I'm having!"
    Splash - (Does anyone recognize this guy? Played a dad in a string of movies, each progressively worse-the movies, not him) And see 'Splash' too-one of Tom Hanks first movies.
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    "Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!"
    Ghostbusters - When things are getting tense, just throwing this out calms us down. Reminding people, whatever is happening, mass hysteria it is not.
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    "You're so money"
    Swingers - Circa: 2002 Another way to blow smoke up someones ass. Flattery (I dropped the "and you don't even know it")
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    Your pipes are clean.
    Cabin Boy- (actual: My pipes are clean.) I might be the only person who ever quoted anything from Cabin Boy in the history of the world.
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    "Real Estate"
    A Charlie Brown Christmas - When asked what I want followed by JK πŸ˜‚(But really, it is what I really want.)
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    "The dishes are done, man"
    πŸ½πŸ”« Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead - Crappy dishwasher loading or piled up in the sink, either way they're done as far as we're concerned.
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    "Such a wonderful dinner! How DO you find the time"
    Uncle Buck - Anytime anyone gets takeout instead of cooking. Especially effective for guilting exhausted mothers. Make sure it's accompanied by look of contempt.
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    "Man, you are in the bell jar"
    Reality Bites - Anytime someone is moping around or basically not doing what YOU want them to. Guilt trips FTW!
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    "That is one nutty hospital"
    Tootsie - Applies to multiple situations. Substitute almost anything for 'hospital'. I.e. That is one nutty burrito!
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    My personal favorite.
    The Aquatic Life with Steve Zissou-Very flexible. Applicable for disdain as well as comic relief 🐬
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    'Six days does not a week make"
    Barefoot in the Park. (Also this one -Jane says, If things don't work out, let's not get a divorce. Let's kill ourselves. Robert says, We'll get the maid to do it. I hear the service there is great. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Its my other favorite, though you don't get much opportunity to use it, thankfully πŸ˜…)
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    "Think ya used enough dynamite there, Butch?"
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Applies to situations when someone went waaaaay overboard.
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    "Ok, time to put down the black mirror."
    Not a quote from the show but what I hear every night from Tom. will be named in his 'alienation of affection' lawsuit for sure.
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    "Have you ever seen his picture on a bubblegum card? How can you say someone is great who's never had his picture on bubblegum cards?"
    When anyone is labeled great, we'd say, Do they have a bubblegum gum card, hmmmm!? Not so great after all.
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    "Hey, Ladyyyyy!"
    Usually at the most ridiculous occasions. And more Jerry Lewis than David Hasselhoff 😏
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    "Get up, Marnie, you're aching my leg."
    Thanks to @veshecco for posting Tippi AKA Marnie on IG this morning. Said when someone drapes themselves over you or a fat-cat-on-lap puts your leg to sleep.
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    "No time for love, Dr. Jones."
    From 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' (the actual dialogue? "Hey, Dr. Jones, no time for love.") I like my way better.