“It’s not hell or heaven, just like a riot rhythm!”
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ME: I think I’m going to get drinks with that guy.
MOM: Please don’t have sex with a guy just so you can play with his puppy.
DAD: big poppa is back!!
ME: who’s big poppa?
DAD: the big turkey in the backyard, i named him big pappa.
(5 minutes later)
DAD: THROW YOUR HANDS IN THE AYEA IF YOUSE A TRUE PLAYA!
Had a tall day, felt like I was in the Shire.
Nick Brady: [Nick and Shawn cooking and watching TV in the kitchen] Oh look at that hottie, I wonder what she wants to do with her life.
Shawn Colfax: What?
Nick Brady: You know how Bianca wants to go to cooking school and Silvi wants to be a pilot... and... Oh my god, I actually know these girls, as like friends, and I care? I'm becoming a fully formed person with like sensitivity and empathy! Haha! Alright, I'm a person!
[looks at the woman in a bathing suit on TV]
Nick Brady: Oww look at the pooper on that one! I could rest my beer on that shit.
Shawn Colfax: And you're back. What kind of dressing goes on Greek salad?
Nick Brady: Olive oil, top shelf.
Love! “It’s the comedy side of Glover’s career that bought his modern one-bedroom house in L.A.’s Silver Lake hills. The walls are mostly bare, save for portraits of Powerpuff Girls Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup in his living room. “When I bring a girl home, that’s the litmus test,” he explained earlier with a grin. “Whether they can handle little...
All my life I’ve been good, But now… I’m thinking,...– “What the Hell” by Avril Lavigne Well, I can definitely relate to that part of the song, the rest…not so much.
The Cornhusker Vortex
Howard Wolowitz: Sheldon knows Football?
Leonard Hofstadter: Apparently.
Howard Wolowitz: I mean Quidditch sure, but Football?
Leonard Hofstadter: Sheldon, how do you know this stuff?
Sheldon Cooper: I grew up in Texas. Football is ubiquitous in Texas. Pro Football, college Football, High School Football, Pee-wee Football; In fact, every form of Football except the original: European Football, which most Texans believe to be a commie plot.
Leonard Hofstadter: Unbelievable.
Sheldon Cooper: If you're interested, I also know all about frying meat that isn't chicken as if it were chicken.
Leonard Hofstadter: So, you could teach me?
Sheldon Cooper: Football, or chicken fried meats?
Leonard Hofstadter: Football! I'm going to Penny's on Saturday to watch a game with her friends, and I don't want to look like an idiot. I want to blend in.
Sheldon Cooper: If you want to blend in with Penny's friends I think looking like an idiot would be the perfect camouflage.
Peter: Stewie, I know you’re a little mad at me right now, but when you...– “The Courtship of Stewie’s Father” Family Guy
In Dallas! :D