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#1 Post by JJ » 09 Dec 2004, 20:28

Game: Name the famous quote by its initials; then pass it on...

Movie:

RotN

Quote:

WtFiaF?
La la la la la.

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#2 Post by bing » 09 Dec 2004, 20:30

Revenge of the Nerds

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#3 Post by bing » 09 Dec 2004, 20:34

Next:
Movie: <b>M</b>
Quote: <b>IayNOF</b>

(the last one was "what the fuck's a frush?")

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#4 Post by JJ » 09 Dec 2004, 20:43

Misery / I am your number one fan.
La la la la la.

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#5 Post by JJ » 09 Dec 2004, 20:43

Movie: G
Quote: NMBIEytD
La la la la la.

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#6 Post by bing » 09 Dec 2004, 20:52

Goldfinger
No, Mister Bond, I expect you to die

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#7 Post by bing » 09 Dec 2004, 20:54

Movie: <b>R</b>
Quote: <b>GmBmS!</b>

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#8 Post by JJ » 09 Dec 2004, 20:57

Ransom / Give me Back my Son!
La la la la la.

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#9 Post by JJ » 09 Dec 2004, 20:58

Movie: tM
Quote: TinS
La la la la la.

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#10 Post by Jelloman » 09 Dec 2004, 21:03

The Matrix / "There is no spoon."
I was trying to help a driver, a working man, so he wouldn't have to eat with his hands.

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#11 Post by Jelloman » 09 Dec 2004, 21:05

Movie: R
Quote: IBTfaD
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#12 Post by F.N.G. » 09 Dec 2004, 23:50

Robocop, I'd buy that for a dollar!
I hate purity. Hate goodness. I don't want virtue to exist anywhere. I want everyone corrupt.

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#13 Post by F.N.G. » 09 Dec 2004, 23:50

Movie: X
Quote: ILFTS
I hate purity. Hate goodness. I don't want virtue to exist anywhere. I want everyone corrupt.

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#14 Post by Jelloman » 09 Dec 2004, 23:57

XXX / "I live for this shit"
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#15 Post by Jelloman » 09 Dec 2004, 23:58

Movie: G
Quote: YiTTMhnD
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#16 Post by Rxfan » 10 Dec 2004, 00:41

Hmmmm, where have I seen this before? :whistling:

btw, I really suck at this game

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#17 Post by alan smithee » 10 Dec 2004, 01:24

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It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#18 Post by alan smithee » 10 Dec 2004, 01:29

And what's Up With The capitalization, PeOPle?
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#19 Post by Jelloman » 10 Dec 2004, 01:31

alan smithee wrote:And what's Up With The capitalization, PeOPle?

Yes, it's true. tHIs man doeSN't knOw WhIch LEtteRs to CapITaLize.
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#20 Post by alan smithee » 10 Dec 2004, 01:33

Jelloman wrote:
alan smithee wrote:And what's Up With The capitalization, PeOPle?

Yes, it's true. tHIs man doeSN't knOw WhIch LEtteRs to CapITaLize.

:D
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#21 Post by alan smithee » 10 Dec 2004, 01:54

Movie: PF
Quote: ZD, B. ZD.

Please note that I'm utilizing the title capitalization* as suggested by the Chicago Manual of Style:
7.127 In regular title capitalization, also known as headline style, the first and last words and all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and subordinating conjunctions (if, because, as, that, etc.) are capitalized. Articles (a, an, the), coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or, for, nor), and prepositions, regardless of length, are lowercased unless they are the first or last word of the subtitle. The to in infinitives is also lowercased. Long titles of works published in earlier centuries may retain the original capitalization, except that any word in full capitals should carry only an initial capital. No word in a quoted title should ever be set in full capitals, regardless of how it appears on the title page of the book itself, unless it is an acronym, such as WAC, UNICEF, or FORTRAN.


*These aren't technically titles, but this capitalization makes for a good way to get some information from the titles -- I would further suggest that all lowercase words should be spelled out (e.g., IBT for a D).
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#22 Post by AlottaFagina » 10 Dec 2004, 01:55

Pulp Fiction

Zed's dead baby. Zed's dead.
No matter what those girls say.

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#23 Post by alan smithee » 10 Dec 2004, 01:57

AlottaFagina wrote:Pulp Fiction

Zed's dead baby. Zed's dead.

:green:
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#24 Post by AlottaFagina » 10 Dec 2004, 01:59

Movie: JM

Quote: Yhmah.
No matter what those girls say.

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#25 Post by alan smithee » 10 Dec 2004, 02:04

AlottaFagina wrote:Movie: JM

Quote: YHM at H.

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