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Tofu_Lion

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« #120 : 02-01-2012 21:40 »

I used to mix milk into my ice cream to make it more like a milkshake...And just so we're on topic here, I sometimes use the expression "Oh, bullpies!"
Scrappylive

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« #121 : 02-02-2012 05:11 »

This isn't vocabulary, but I just started playing a text adventure game online, and I found myself reading the text in my head in the voice of David X. Cohen.
TheMadCapper

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« #122 : 02-02-2012 16:55 »

Bullpies? I prefer "bullplop", which I do utter on a regular basis.

Are they both used in the show?
cyber_turnip

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« #123 : 02-02-2012 17:01 »
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I use the phrase "For the love of Benji" a lot. I know it's an obscure film about a dog, but Futurama turned it into a phrase of contempt.

And I, too, say "bullplop" a lot. Is that from Futurama? Because if it is, Futurama has totally incepted its way into my subconscious.
DannyJC13

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« #124 : 02-02-2012 17:23 »

Bullpies is from Futurama, bullplop is not.
Solid Gold Bender

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« #125 : 02-02-2012 23:51 »

I use Amy words from the "Wongtionary" every now and then. "Spleash" "Mellow Out" "Clool" And my all time favorite: "Puke-A-Tronic!" :D
x.Bianca.x

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« #126 : 02-03-2012 00:00 »

"I'll show ye."
Solid Gold Bender

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« #127 : 02-03-2012 00:15 »

I believe I used that once, versing my friend in 3 on 3 (American) football. He was on the other team so I said: "I'll show ye!" :laff: (We watched that episode right before we went outside)
DannyJC13

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« #128 : 02-03-2012 16:24 »

I keep adding:

"I'll be in the lounge..."

to the end of sentences that it fits in with. :laff:
spira

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« #129 : 02-03-2012 16:25 »

I've said that before, Danny. I've also used Amy's versions of "Duh!" and a few choice Professor lines, most notably "Damned good meat."
SpaceGoldfish fromWazn

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« #130 : 02-03-2012 23:01 »

Whenever anything disgusts me, I refer to it as "pukatronic."
Tofu_Lion

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« #131 : 02-04-2012 01:47 »

I haven't done this (yet) but I've always wanted to go to a restaurant an order "champaggin" and just act oblivious to the mispronunciation.

By the way, does anyone on here do a good impression of a Futurama character?
UnrealLegend

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« #132 : 02-04-2012 01:52 »

I can imitate the voices of Kif, Zapp and Clamps pretty well.
Tofu_Lion

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« #133 : 02-04-2012 01:57 »

I wish I could do just one :p Kif's voice seems especially hard to do, it's so soft/withered.
cyber_turnip

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« #134 : 02-04-2012 02:02 »

I can do a pretty good Patrick Stewart so once season 7 airs, I'll be able to do a pretty good impression of a Futurama character.

But right now? No.
UnrealLegend

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« #135 : 02-06-2012 04:16 »

I've found that "The list of things I have heard now contains everything" has slipped out of my on more than a few occasions. And of course, it generates many strange looks from the folks around me...
Solid Gold Bender

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« #136 : 02-06-2012 04:20 »
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I too occasionally use lines from Reincarnation. "We have been defeated in battle." "Instead of speaking Jap-{ENGLISH} like us, they..." and so on.

 Also occasionally use this phrase said by Calculon in BSBAOTV: "...you balonius ham!"
Scrappylive

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« #137 : 02-09-2012 15:21 »

I played D&D for the first time last summer. My character's name was none other Titanius Anglesmith. Sadly, the other players were not familiar with Bender's Game, so nobody got the reference.
Tofu_Lion

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« #138 : 02-12-2012 07:50 »

No, I'm sure they just didn't recognize it without the "Fancy Man of Cornwood" moniker ;)
Gorky

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« #139 : 02-13-2012 19:05 »

Last night at work, one of my coworkers said something to which the only appropriate response was, "That's okay." So I said that aloud--but mentally added, "Big 'O,' little 'K.'"

Next time I am confronted with a similar conversational situation, I have decided thay I will most definitely use that quote for real. It's just the kind of lame attempt at wordplay that I'm known for amongst my friends, anyway, so chances are they won't even realize I'm quoting Futurama.
Solid Gold Bender

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« #140 : 02-13-2012 20:55 »
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so chances are they won't even realize I'm quoting Futurama.

Considering the vast majority of great lines to quote, I doubt that any line would be familiar with them unless they were hardcore fans like us on PEEL. Unless you were to say stuff like "Bite My Shiny Metal Ass" or "Good News Everyone!" or a half memorable line from a an episode that you guys watched together, such as "So are walnuts, and they're delicious!" (Where would you use that? :laff:) I wouldn't think they would pick up on it.
UnrealLegend

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« #141 : 02-14-2012 06:22 »

"So are walnuts, and they're !"

Missing something there?
Tofu_Lion

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« #142 : 02-14-2012 06:28 »

Delicious.
I helped. :)
Tofu_Lion

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« #143 : 02-27-2012 09:58 »

...you know what's fun? Adding an extra syllable to the last word of your sentences.
Scrappylive

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« #144 : 02-27-2012 11:45 »

So last week, I started saying "I like it!" la the Infosquito a lot... except I couldn't figure out what I got it from! It took me days. With the funny way it is said (and I use that term loosely), I had thought it was from some campy Tom Arnold movie or something. I should have figured it was from Futurama.
UrlMeister

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« #145 : 11-16-2012 01:42 »

That's not good news at all, you little...
Hugh Mann

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« #146 : 03-20-2013 14:01 »

Trying too damn hard to integrate "aks" into my everyday life. Find myself asking people if they've ever killed a man with a sock far too often, then assuring them that it's not so hard.
MeatablePie

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« #147 : 05-23-2013 19:21 »
« : 05-23-2013 19:26 »

I tend to say "aks" instead of "ask".
A reason for that is because I'm too lazy usually.
Also I would say "Eh.....wha".
Then if someone would say something that may be false to me, I would try to not say "No, I'm.....doesn't."
Mr Snrub

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« #148 : 05-23-2013 22:42 »

I've found myself giving the sharks and sheep speech a lot when I lead various team  projects.
MeatablePie

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« #149 : 05-25-2013 13:04 »

Even I have been using "Would you kindly shut your noise hole?" instead of "shut up".
Anna3000

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« #150 : 05-25-2013 20:48 »

I realized recently that I've started saying, "Oh, Lord," and "We're boned," quite frequently.

Also, my friend was upset about her boyfriend going to a different college, so I told her, "You still have Anna," in Zoidberg's voice. I was trying to distract her or get her to smile, but I think I failed since she seemed pretty creeped out afterwards.
Tastes Like Fry

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« #151 : 05-26-2013 06:34 »

You all still have Anna!
would have cheered me up. ;)

been saying "oh dip!" lately
Tachyon

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« #152 : 05-26-2013 07:00 »


I have been using "<long pause> We're boned" a lot lately, too.

UnrealLegend

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« #153 : 05-26-2013 14:01 »

I always say to my parents: "Jam a bastard in it, you crap!"

Seriously guise.
Lyra405

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« #154 : 05-30-2013 21:39 »

^ I use that on my parents whenever I think I can get away with it.

I like to use a lot of Zapp's quotes. Actually, I use them whenever I can, but I'm usually the only one who understands them.
Tachyon

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« #155 : 05-30-2013 21:50 »


I just noticed that this thread was started by Question Machine, and it made me sad 'cause I haven't seen her around here in ages.

Back OT, I occasionally add "...with blackjack -- and hookers" to my statements but not very many people get the reference.

Quantum Neutrino Field

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« #156 : 05-30-2013 23:23 »

I would like to use some Futurama-quotes, but they don't sound very good other than in english and it could be hard to find appropiate situations for using them in any way. But I may have used some quotes with my brother, who gets the reference.
Meerkat54

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« #157 : 06-02-2013 11:42 »

I use the "What is this, the Middle Ages?" quite frequently but it doesn't work all the time. I need to stretch out a bit lol. :p
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