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6th Feb '16 10:51:11 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''{{Frasier}}'', Niles orders a decaf latte with skimmed milk at Cafe Nervosa, and the barrista calls out "One gutless wonder!" [[note]] RealLife {{Seattle}} coffee shops and stands usually call this a "Why bother?"[[/note]]
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* In one episode of ''{{Frasier}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', Niles orders a decaf latte with skimmed milk at Cafe Nervosa, and the barrista calls out "One gutless wonder!" [[note]] RealLife {{Seattle}} coffee shops and stands usually call this a "Why bother?"[[/note]]
14th Jan '16 6:56:38 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Film/PulpFiction'', the retro MaltShop Jackrabbit Slim's uses hash house lingo in its menu. Mia orders her milkshake "Martin and Lewis" rather than "Amos and Andy" (vanilla rather than chocolate). Meat is ordered either "burnt to a crisp" or "bloody as hell."
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* In ''Film/PulpFiction'', the retro MaltShop Jackrabbit Slim's uses hash house lingo in its menu. Mia orders her milkshake "Martin and Lewis" rather than "Amos and Andy" (vanilla rather than chocolate). Meat is ordered either "burnt to a crisp" (well done) or "bloody as hell."hell" (rare).
12th Jan '16 12:33:01 PM Eddy1215
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* In an episode of ''JimmyNeutron'', the three boys get jobs at a restaurant. Sheen is at the drive-thru window and calls out the order. Carl replies, "Is he doing the hokey-pokey or the chicken dance?" Sheen looks back at the car and asks, "Would you like fries with that?"
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* In an episode of ''JimmyNeutron'', the three boys ''WesternAnimation/JimmyNeutron'', Jimmy and his friends get jobs at a restaurant. Sheen is at the drive-thru window and calls out the order. Carl replies, "Is he doing the hokey-pokey or the chicken dance?" Sheen looks back at the car and asks, "Would you like fries with that?"

-->'''Sheen:''' Hey, Carl. Gimme a taxi driver with a Polish accent.\\
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-->'''Sheen:''' Hey, Carl. Gimme a fat taxi driver with a Polish accent.\\

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-->'''Sheen:''' Hey, Carl. Gimme a taxi driver ** Later, when Jimmy tricks the computerized restaurant into flying into the sun by ordering four deluxe burgers cooked at 20,000 degrees Fahrenheit, Sheen cries out "A King Arthur with a Polish accent.\\hip replacement, on a bed of coals?!".
9th Jan '16 7:37:24 PM nombretomado
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* Used occasionally in ''SpongeBobSquarePants''.
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* Used occasionally in ''SpongeBobSquarePants''.''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.
5th Dec '15 7:26:20 AM tropower
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* One of the episodes in the first season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' (''Road Worrier'') features this. When Daria, Jane, Trent and Jesse stop a diner on their way to a rock concert:
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* One of the episodes in the first season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' (''Road Worrier'') ("Road Worrier") features this. When Daria, Jane, Trent and Jesse stop a diner on their way to a rock concert:
5th Dec '15 7:25:32 AM tropower
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* One of the episodes in the first season of ''Westernanimation/Daria'' (''Road Warrior'') features this. When Daria, Jane, Trent and Jesse stop a diner on their way to a rock concert:
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* One of the episodes in the first season of ''Westernanimation/Daria'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' (''Road Warrior'') Worrier'') features this. When Daria, Jane, Trent and Jesse stop a diner on their way to a rock concert:
10th Nov '15 6:19:21 PM nombretomado
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* The RiffTrax of ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' contains a bit of this after Bonecrusher scoops up a car in a way that looks like flipping a pancake. It begins as actual diner lingo before spinning off into the absurd, culminating in the page quote seen above.
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* The RiffTrax Podcast/RiffTrax of ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' contains a bit of this after Bonecrusher scoops up a car in a way that looks like flipping a pancake. It begins as actual diner lingo before spinning off into the absurd, culminating in the page quote seen above.
15th Sep '15 3:12:30 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* In a children's book series featuring kids rescuing and returning lost pets, a book features a parrot who says odd things, frustrating his would-be rescuers who can't figure out where he learned what he's saying or what it means. Eventually the point of view character visits a diner and overhears some of the parrot's phrases being said which prompts her to realize he lives in a diner.
26th Aug '15 4:40:05 PM nombretomado
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* Heard on occasion on the ''SesameStreet'' "Grover as waiter" skits. * Gladys from ''TheMuppetShow'' talked like this sometimes. Miss Piggy's order of a watercress sandwich and rhubarb juice was "The Weight Watcher's Special". Annie Sue's large order of a milkshake, burger, fries and apple pie was a "Kamikaze".
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* Heard on occasion on the ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' "Grover as waiter" skits. * Gladys from ''TheMuppetShow'' ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' talked like this sometimes. Miss Piggy's order of a watercress sandwich and rhubarb juice was "The Weight Watcher's Special". Annie Sue's large order of a milkshake, burger, fries and apple pie was a "Kamikaze".
13th Aug '15 1:29:22 PM Allronix
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* In one episode of ''{{Frasier}}'', Niles orders a decaf latte with skimmed milk at Cafe Nervosa, and the barrista calls out "One gutless wonder!" [[note:]] RealLife {{Seattle}} coffee shops and stands usually call this a "Why bother?"[[/note]]
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* In one episode of ''{{Frasier}}'', Niles orders a decaf latte with skimmed milk at Cafe Nervosa, and the barrista calls out "One gutless wonder!" [[note:]] [[note]] RealLife {{Seattle}} coffee shops and stands usually call this a "Why bother?"[[/note]]
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