Funny Responses

Some favorite phrases players have come up with in recent games.

(New ones added as of November 2011):

An ad for Grey Poupon mustard, in "weird" style:
Pardon me, but do you have my underwear on?

A book title, in "superhero" style:
I'm OK, You're gonna die, though.

An old Vick's cough syrup ad, in "mafia meeting" style:
I'm not a doctor, but I know when somebody's gonna be dead.

A scene from Casablanca, in "Super Bowl" style:
Louie, this looks like the begining of a beautiful wardrobe malfunction.

A scene from A Streetcar Named Desire, in "terrifying" style:
I have always depended on the kindness of stranglers.

A scene from the film A Few Good Men, in "janitor" style:
You can't handle the broom!

An IHOP ad, in "crime scene" style:
Come hungry. Leave no fingerprints.

A scene from Field of Dreams, in "naughty pet" style:
If you say "stay", he will come.

Beggin' Strips ad, in "family reunion" style:
Dogs don't know it's Grandpa's wooden leg, not a tree.

A Britney Spears song, in "plastic surgeon" style:
Oops, I did it again, I played with your heart. Too bad I'm a plastic surgeon and not a heart surgeon.

A famous self-help book, in "weird" style:
I'm OK, you're a 500-pound man in a tutu.

A line from "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, in "embarrassing moment" style:
Heeeeeeere's... damn, where'd I put it?

A commercial for Capitol One, in "Star Wars" style:
What's in YOUR skillet? Is that Ewok?

A line from Jaws, in "polygamist" style:
You're gonna need a bigger bed.

The Rolling Stones song "Honky Tonk Woman," in "mother-in-law" style:
She blew my nose, and then she complained about the sound.

An ad for Kay Jewelers, in "New Year's Eve" style: 
Every kiss begins with a big ball dropping.

A scene from Gone with the Wind, in "pig" style:
Frankly my dear, the other white meat is better.

A scene from Casablanca, in "mafia meeting" style:
Louie, I think this is the beginning of a potentially short life with your new name, Louie 'The Rat' Gambouie.

An ad for E.F. Hutton financial services, in "obsessive compulsive" style:
When E.F. Hutton talks, people check their portfolio, then check if they turned off the oven.

A Men at Work song, in "drill sergeant" style:
I met a strange lady, she made me nervous. She took me in and made me clean her bathrooms with a toothbrush.


Depending on the players, Culture Pop sometimes inspires more risque humor. If you wish to see some of the more PG-13 rated responses, click if you dare!

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