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Drosselmeyer
1 hour ago, SCSanta said:

"See that garbage can filled with salt? That's where he keeps his victims. The salt turns the bodies into mummies.

sounds a lot like Brother Buzz from Home Alone....

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SCSanta
2 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

sounds a lot like Brother Buzz from Home Alone....

That's right...just your typical Christmas Movie Mummy dialogue. :yes:

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Hubcity Santa

“Well how do you like that? Not so much as a “kiss my foot”, or “have an apple!”

I said this to my District and Regional Manager today when they walked in  and didn’t say anything to anybody. They looked at me like I had 2 heads! Surely somebody on Clausnet knows

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Drosselmeyer
3 hours ago, Hubcity Santa said:

“Well how do you like that? Not so much as a “kiss my foot”, or “have an apple!”

I said this to my District and Regional Manager today when they walked in  and didn’t say anything to anybody. They looked at me like I had 2 heads! Surely somebody on Clausnet knows

Awesome !!

I would have to suppose that might possible have a chance at maybe having been somewhat quoted in a movie with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye - something about a White Christmas as I recall.....

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Hubcity Santa
1 minute ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Awesome !!

I would have to suppose that might possible have a chance at maybe having been somewhat quoted in a movie with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye - something about a White Christmas as I recall.....

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Santa Bruce Geron

OK, very nice, but where's the next movie quote...

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SCSanta

This one might be a little obscure...not the movie, but the quote.

"You're not supposed to understand it, Gus. With that kind of money, you oughta be able to go by way of Medicine Hat."

 

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Drosselmeyer
7 hours ago, SCSanta said:

"You're not supposed to understand it, Gus. With that kind of money, you oughta be able to go by way of Medicine Hat."

 

Holiday Inn ??

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SCSanta
3 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

Holiday Inn ??

Indeed!

Not to be confused by the short film, Holiday Inn Express.

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Drosselmeyer

@Santa Bruce Geron and @SCSanta  here's another one . . .

"It's Christmas eve.  A time of mystery - expectations. Who knows what might happen."

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Santa Bruce Geron
49 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

"It's Christmas eve.  A time of mystery - expectations. Who knows what might happen."

I just watched this - The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

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Drosselmeyer
2 minutes ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

I just watched this - The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

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Drosselmeyer

try again:

"Shut the window!  Do you think I'm made of money?"

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SCSanta
22 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

try again:

"Shut the window!  Do you think I'm made of money?"

At first I thought is was my father...but then realized it was just a Scrooge-like moment in "The Man Who Invented Christmas".

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Drosselmeyer
35 minutes ago, SCSanta said:

 "The Man Who Invented Christmas".

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Drosselmeyer

try again - should be an easy one . . .

"Christmas is just about my favorite time of year.  Ever since I was a little kid I felt like it was my own personal holiday."

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SCSanta
50 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

try again - should be an easy one . . .

"Christmas is just about my favorite time of year.  Ever since I was a little kid I felt like it was my own personal holiday."

Sounds like Ernest is Saving Christmas again!

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Drosselmeyer
9 hours ago, SCSanta said:

Sounds like Ernest is Saving Christmas again!

When you're right - you're right - and you Sir - are Right !!!

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                  sorry - I just love that movie !!!

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SCSanta

This is not from a classic Christmas movie...but let's give it a try.

Joseph: "I'm going to buy them their Christmas turkey." 

Albert: "Buy"? Do you really mean "buy"?

Joseph: "Yes, buy! In the Spirit of Christmas. The hard part's going to be stealing the money to pay for it."

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Drosselmeyer
7 hours ago, SCSanta said:

This is not from a classic Christmas movie...but let's give it a try.

Joseph: "I'm going to buy them their Christmas turkey." 

Albert: "Buy"? Do you really mean "buy"?

Joseph: "Yes, buy! In the Spirit of Christmas. The hard part's going to be stealing the money to pay for it."

that sounds like Bogart in "We're no Angels"   :Star:

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SCSanta
40 minutes ago, Drosselmeyer said:

that sounds like Bogart in "We're no Angels"   :Star:

That's what it sounds like to me too...:yes:

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SCSanta

Try this one...

“If you don’t use your heart, who cares if it’s broken? Your heart might still be broken, but it isn’t gone. If it was you wouldn’t be so nice.”

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Drosselmeyer
8 hours ago, SCSanta said:

Try this one...

“If you don’t use your heart, who cares if it’s broken? Your heart might still be broken, but it isn’t gone. If it was you wouldn’t be so nice.”

that sounds like Kevin to the Bird Lady in Home Alone  in New York . . . .

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SCSanta
4 hours ago, Drosselmeyer said:

that sounds like Kevin to the Bird Lady in Home Alone  in New York . . . .

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Santa Bruce Geron
1 hour ago, SCSanta said:

:yathat:

I agree, Home Alone 2.

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