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Post by Three Thumbs Up » Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:06 am

"I'm just a fan of your fabric!"; "Phwoar, check the jugs on that!" (Whinging Pom; and "Damn, I'm still in [insert place name here]!" are three I still use out of context to the mystification of those around.

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Post by Three Thumbs Up » Fri Nov 27, 2009 10:02 am

...and heard Dick Smith on the radio talking about the Somalia hostage extraction this morning, kept waiting for him to say, "I talked with school children on ham radio!"

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Post by sange » Mon Jan 04, 2010 10:02 pm

Andrew wrote:"Girt, soil, toil" gets of a bit of mileage in my house.

As does the "bum with a fist coming out of it" quote.

Oh, and "for 150 years" said in a thick Greek accent.

And "too old, no interest."
A friend and I only have to say "a hundra fifdy yeas" and we both crack up laughing.

Other favourites are "like a tiger"
"They were singing Sting songs"
"He's a cry baby, he poos his pants"
"I challenge the Prime Minister..."
Rob Sitch stopping in the middle of his Gareth Evans impersonation to ask "do you notice how he does this?" referring to his shaking head

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Post by Nick's Serve » Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:42 pm

Anytime the talk of tattoos comes up, i always throw in... " You should get an arse with a fist coming out of it" to baffled looks

Also "You'd be good at karaoke....Girt, Soil, Toil, take a bow"
"Stage...Of Mysteryyy"

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Post by charlie1 » Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:49 am

"FIFTY BUCKS", with accompanying hand slapping gesture, gets some mileage in my family
And whenever I see footage of politicians being driven anywhere (because heaven forbid they should actually drive themselves), I always think of Rob's Jeff Kennett, "riding in the car with the flag on the bonnet"
Ahh, so many classic lines...

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Post by sange » Thu Jan 07, 2010 6:42 pm

That is one of my favourite sketches. I love most of Robs impersonations, he was very clever. Also Tony M's Paul Keating "He's a cry baby. He poos his pants. His bike is a girl's bike..."

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Post by burger » Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:43 pm

Not The Late Show but I was stuck behind a 4WD on Parramatta Rd and saw a bumper sticker "Bonniedoon.... ahhh the serenity" .....right next to "Paddle faster, I hear banjos"
"it's my party and I'll cry if I want to"

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Post by sjp » Fri Jan 08, 2010 9:06 am

charlie1 wrote:"FIFTY BUCKS", with accompanying hand slapping gesture, gets some mileage in my family
I love that one. I still use the "Neil Diamond. 48 Bucks. Good thinking" line, most often out of context.

Also "...from his shithouse new album Lovescape", often substituting 'Love' for something else.
"Was that a rubber frying pan, Danny?"

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Post by I'm what FW stands for » Fri May 07, 2010 5:22 pm

kim wrote: ..."Delilah considers herself a doyenne of the fashion industry"...

gold... just gold.
also, Dashboard Doctor and Stax of Slax

ahh memories.

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Post by Hig » Fri May 07, 2010 6:52 pm

I'm what FW stands for wrote:gold... just gold.
also, Dashboard Doctor and Stax of Slax

ahh memories.

:-D

Welcome aboard Mr IWFWSF. The line your user name comes from is a bit of a classic as well, I think.
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