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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by mo, Apr 8, 2012.
I'm actually starting to sound like Abed from Community, and saying 'Cool Cool Cool'
I like to sometimes say "W T to the F" instead of "W T to the H"
I also say "You betcha!", "No Way!", and a few others
i say 'Cheesecake" alot or "HMMM"
How about Hubba Hubba Wha?
I say hubba wha?!
Another catchphrase I use is "You're kidding me, right?" or "You're just pulling my leg!"
I too say, "Hubba hu wha?" I wonder where it came from that we all three say it...
doesn't Kermit sometimes do a double take, and he says something similar or along the lines of what we 3 just said?
I say it because I'm always saying what?! so I may as well spice it up!
I also sa, "Right?" if someone states the obvious or makes a good point lol, is kind of random xD
Sometimes if I hear something and I'm not interested, I'll say "Okayyyyyyyyyyyy...." or "Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight......."
It sounds like me being awkward at a party...
Reminds me of the behind the scenes footage on the Sesame Street DVD where Jerry and Richard are rehearsing with the Two Headed Monster. Jeff Stone tells him they're supposed to be looking at a telephone and wondering what it is and Richard had the puppet look at the phone and say, "Hubba wha?! Frank Oz!" Perhaps recalling Frank's Emmet Otter outtakes, lol.
I usually say "That's nice." to about everything. It's than either in a voice if I was talking to a child or in a 'I couldn't care less' voice.
I got a new one.
Well, I've got a few catchphrases... "Hi!", "What's up", "Have you heard about that new movie?", "I'm ready for lunch", "What's on TV?", "Let's watch that", "I'll record it!". Stuff like that.
Ha, some of these remind me of what a group of college friends and I used to say to change the subject when things got awkward or tense: "So... How about that local sports team?"
Once things felt really tense between a couple of people when there were 6-7 of us hanging out so I tentatively said, "Sooooo.... How about that, local?... Sports?... Teeeeeam...?"
Ha Ha Ha, I always say, "So... Nice weather we're having..."
that reminds me of when I was in austria (around febuary when I was off for a week!)
there was an english speaking giel in the elevator it was only me and my brother so I said:"it's nice weather were having,right?"
Whenever something or someone isn't there where they should be, I always say "Isn't there someone/something missing?"
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