Favourite "catchphrase" of the moment

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  1. ju33les

    ju33les Member

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    What's your favourite "catchphrase" from TV at the moment.

    Mine is "MERDURRR" a la Taggart!!! :biggrin:

    It sets me off every time!!!
     
  2. Lauradoll

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    YAS!!!

    or


    RAGING!!


    Thanks Alison!!

    Oh and Ju33les, it's MUUUUUUURDUUUUUUR!!!!
     
  3. HBB

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    Vicki's must be "Oh Dear" or "GO for It"...

    Mine's probably "Wicked".. or "Nice one!" lol
     
  4. andyp

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    "Yeah I know"

    "I want that one"

    "Eh...Uh...Uuurrrr"

    all from Little Britain - used frequently by all at work!
     
  5. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    "Computer says no!"
     
  6. ratley

    ratley Member

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    Am I bovvered?
     
  7. Hell's_Trombone

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    "butteerrrrrr!!"- from the first series of little britain-that scottish guy with a recorder! or, "dont you give me evils!!" - vicky pollard
     
  8. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    "dont you give me evils!!"



    Haha! My sociology teacher said that yesterday!!
     
  9. andyp

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    ....is also on the wall of our office in 6-inch letters!
     
  10. HBB

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    Hehe.. Little Britainisms are so a part of british culture now!
     
  11. bigmamabadger

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    "I don't know"
    "I'm the only badger in the village"
    "I'm a laydee" / "We're laydeeees"

    I'm also very traditional and still use a catchphrase I first heard about 20 years ago:
    "I have a cunning plan..."
    BMB
    xx
     
  12. Hell's_Trombone

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    i smell the smelly smell of something that smells smelly! hehe by spongebob
     
  13. TIMBONE

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    Last night I had to watch "Taggart", because Julie wanted to hear the word "murder" in a Scottish accent. Every time it was said, she behaved like a football star who has just scored a goal. I heard the word "meda" 83 times. This morning it took me two hours to get the living room tidy again :biggrin:
     
  14. TIMBONE

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    I was once resting my head on Julie's comfortable tummy, I raised my head and said, in a Scottish accent, "This belly contains.......no nuts".
     
  15. 2nd man down

    2nd man down Moderator Staff Member

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    'AVE IT! :biggrin:

    or

    EASY...EASY...EASY...EASY...YOUSHADDAAAAAAP!!!! :tup
     
  16. andyp

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    The best of Blackadder, odd quotes we still use at work .

    "Just a wild stab in the dark, which incidentally is what you'll be getting if you don't show me the answer!"

    "Boom boom boom boom, BOOM boom boom boom,........" (for when the network dies!)

    "It's more cunning than a fox that's been to Cunning University"

    "My path is strewn with cowpats from the Devil's own satanic herd"

    ..etc
     
  17. Key2207

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    I'm a laydee!!:)

    Love Little Britain!!!:clap:
     
  18. ABERDEEN LOON

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    " So cunning you can put a tail on it and call it a weasle!"

    "Row row row your boat, gently down the stream,
    belts off, trousers down, isn't Life a scream!"

    "From now on I will be known as.... the black... Vegetable!"

    " You may capture the eagle, but you cannot clip its wings! nnnaah, nnnaah...(laughing)"
    can't beat blackadder. :biggrin:
    "Garlic Bread!?!" Peter Kaye:D

    "can we have some more beans mr tagget? .... Brrrp, parp, ... I say you've had enough"
    Mel Brooks , Blazing saddles. :tongue:

    "this is not the spanish inquision!.....etc"
    Monty Python



    Don't know where this came from, but use it a lot these days... "Christ on a Bike!"
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2005
  19. bigmamabadger

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    Is it as cunning as a fox who's just been made Professor of Cunning at Oxford University?
    Sad Blackadder BOC that I am...
    BMB
    xx
     
  20. John Brooks

    John Brooks Well-Known Member

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    My son, who's seventeen and six foot six, says "My bad" when acknowledging a mistake etc.
     
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