Monday, November 8, 2021

Top Ten Tuesday #274 Memorable Quote


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.

This week is Memorable Quotes. 



Guards! Knights! Squires! 

Prepare for battle.


Merlin! Where are you? 

Have you found him? 

I haven't! 


I don't give a fuck about your war or your president.

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Why don't you get a job, Spicoli? 

What for? 

   


I shook my head and whispered at Bobby, "Tell him I'm not here." 
"Sure," Bobby said. "She's right here." 
He handed the phone over.


In the morning we shall have gone; but we will send our messages through the lands. The Wandering Companies shall know of your journey, and those that have power for good shall be on the watch. 

I got a question. If you guys know so much about women, how come you're here at like, the Gas n Sip on a Saturday night, completely alone drinking beers- with no women anywhere?

...

By choice, man


I'm John. 

I'm Sara. 

29 comments:

  1. I used to love that movie, Say Anything. I had a harder time on this list than I thought I would because I wanted to make sure I knew which character said the quote and my memory isn't what it used to me. Hence I chose quotes from books I've read several times. Ha! My character quotes

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  2. This was a great idea, showing quotes through videos. And I was chortling my way through the Excalibur videos, I really need to see this movie!

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  3. Ooh nice mix of movie and book quotes! Mostly all new to me ones.


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  4. Say Anything is one of my husband's favorite movies! I've actually never seen it, LOL!

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  5. This was fun - Eight Hundred Grapes was a fun read.

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  6. Ohemgee... Serendipity ❤️ Absolutely love that movie and that moment! *heart sigh*

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  7. Love your collection of quotes! Lord of the Rings has so many great quotes and I love Say Anything.

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  8. The only one I'm familiar with is 'Escape from new york' or is that 'Escape from LA'? I kind of don't remember which is which. I really that character, I think he's name is Snake but I'm not certain.

    Have a lovely day.

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  9. There are so many great Say Anything quotes! I also loved the clips interspersed. What a good way to illustrate some of them. :)

    Also, good to have you back this week. :)

    Lori
    https://fiftytwo.blog/2021/11/09/ttt-books-you-recommend-the-most/

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  10. Oh, Say Anything! So classic. I loved that movie.

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  11. I think all Spicoli's lines are classics

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  12. GREAT Job! Excalibur even!
    Lisa @ https://hopewellslibraryoflife.wordpress.com/2021/11/09/top-ten-tuesday-10-random-unread-books-on-my-kindle/

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  13. The quote from Eight Hundred Grapes made me snort.

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  14. LotR is so quotable! Great picks!

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  15. The Gas 'N Sip quote from Say Anything is my absolute favorite!! :D

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  16. Great quotes! I love that quote from Say Anything, and I forgot how much I enjoyed the movie Serendipity!

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  17. That line from Say Anything makes me laugh every single time! Hilarious.

    Happy TTT!

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  18. We loved Serendipity. Excalibur, that is part of our movie history. Nicol Williamson is a great Merlin.

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  19. A great list!

    Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!
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  20. Adoro el seΓ±or d e los anillos . Gracias por la recomendaciones. Te mando un beso

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  21. I loved Excalibur! 😍😍😍 I think I've watched it over ten times. I had forgotten all about it. Thanks for the memory tweak. πŸ˜ƒ

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  22. Oh, Kurt Russell in that John Carpenter movie that I can't remember the title of just now ! I saw it at the movies... years ago... last century ? ;)

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  23. LotR has a lot of great options for quotes! That quote about women is pretty funny too.

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  24. Love the movie quotes especially! We tend to quote The Princess Bride or Dazed in Confused the most with occasional add ins of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Love the quote from Eight Hundred Grapes. I need to read that one!

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  25. OMG, so many classics here, Greg! The Hunger Games (I think it was Catching Fire?), Escape from New York, Fast Times, Say Anything... loved all of these. :)

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  26. I love that you have a mix of movies and books!

    Lauren @ www.shootingstarsmag.net

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