This is a fun little game. The rules are to post a quote you like…simple enough. It can be from a movie, famous person, or yourself. You can post as many as you like but three per post is my recommendation. Have fun! I’ll start:
“This famous linguist once said that of all the phrases in the English language, of all the endless combinations of words in all of history, that Cellar Door is the most beautiful.” -Donnie Darko
[/b] “Listen well all of you, the princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her, but when the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she shall prick her finder on the spinel of a spinnig wheel…and DIE!!”[b]
Sulley and Mike totally embarrass themselves in this scene with this quote. So funny though:
“Oh, hey! We’re rehearsing a, a scene for the upcoming company play called uh, Put That Thing Back Where It Came From Or So Help Me. It’s a musical. (singing) Put that thing back where it came from or so help me… so help me, so help me and cut! We’re still working on it, it’s a work in progress but, hey, we need ushers.”- Mike[/b]
A slightly long-ish quote from National Treasure for all you history-loving people out there:
Ben: [b]" ‘But when a long train of abuses and ursurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security…’
[/b]Sigh…People don’t talk that way anymore."
Riley: Huh. Beautiful. … No idea what you just said."
I’ll do the same sort of “signature-quote” thing you guys are doing. Plus, no one really knows lines from HtTYD yet, so I’ll just feel all the more special.
Hiccup: “I was a coward. I was weak. I wouldn’t kill a dragon.”
Astrid: “You said wouldn’t that time.”
Hiccup: “Well… whatever… I wouldn’t! Three hundred years and I’m the first Viking who wouldn’t kill a dragon.”
Astrid: “… First to ride one, though. So…?”
Hiccup: “I wouldn’t kill him… because he looked as frightened as I was. I looked at him… and I saw myself.”