->"People say I talk too much."
->"Yeah, I was just about to tell you to ''shut up''."
-->--'''Verbal Kint''' and '''Todd Hockney''', ''Film/TheUsualSuspects''.

A StockPhrase said from a character who may often border on TheStoic to one who is rather chatty or {{Motor Mouth}}ed. Typically delivered as a punchline to the end of a long spiel or complaint made by the latter character. Also occasionally used to ShutUpHannibal.

A romantic variant has this line followed up by a ShutUpKiss.
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[[folder: Film ]]

* Said by Creator/SylvesterStallone's ''Film/JudgeDredd'' to Rob Schneider's PluckyComicRelief in the ComicBookAdaptation when trying to guess what crime he was charged with.
* ''Film/ShanghaiNoon'' had the Sioux chief's daughter tell this to Roy.
* In the ''Film/PrinceOfPersiaTheSandsOfTime'' film, TheSilentBob knife thrower uses up his speech token to tell his boss/[[IOweYouMyLife Left debtor]], the hammy Ostrich entrepreneur Alfred Molina, this when he's worrying about the dangerous mission.
* In the French movie ''L.627'' a female detective is told off for yacking during a stakeout. She gleefully replies, "I even talk when I'm giving head!"
* In ''Film/{{Gravity}}'', Ryan Stone and Mission Control are annoyed at Kowalski's habit of telling stories.
* ''Film/{{xXx}}'': When Xander Cage is being briefed in Prague by a snarky agent on the high-tech weapons they'll be giving him, Xander asks him "You ever get punched in the face for talking too much?"

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[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'':
** In the episode "Vortex", the, in terms of character, very solid and immutable Odo ([[{{Irony}} from a species of liquid form changlings]]) meets the exiled conman Croden.
-->'''Odo''': I think I finally figured out what crime you were found guilty of on your world.
-->'''Croden''': What's that?
-->'''Odo''': You talk too much.
** ''Everyone'' on Gul Dukat - not even his "allies" can resist. Cardassians in general love to monologue, but this guy spent what must have been hours recording automated messages in the event of a slave rebellion back when he ran [=DS9=].
-->'''Sisko:''' I never knew how much this man's voice annoyed me.
-->'''Kira:''' Commander Sisko was right, you are in ''love'' with the sound of your own voice.
-->'''Weyoun:''' Perhaps if you didn't talk so much, your throat wouldn't get so dry.
** Speaking of Cardassians:
-->'''Garak:''' ''(in a prison camp)'' Ah, good, you look like the man in charge. I was just trying to explain to your colleagues that this is all an unfortunate misunderstanding.
-->'''Ikat'ika:''' Cardassians are all alike. ''(grabs him by the throat)'' You talk too much.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'':
** In "Threshold", even losing his tongue doesn't stop Tom Paris from rambling away.
-->'''Tom:''' Dothtor, I neeth to talk!
-->'''Doctor:''' So I've noticed.
** In "Maneuvers", Maje Cullah is beating Chakotay for information; Chakotay responds by [[IShallTauntYou taunting Cullah about his previous relationship with Seska]] (currently Cullah's woman).
-->'''Cullah:''' You talk too much, Federation, but you're not telling me what I need to know.
* ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'': Tenaya 7 and Ziggy are fighting over the Series Green morpher. She's a super-powered cyborg who can take on actual Rangers and he...isn't, but she wastes too much time [[EvilGloating gloating.]]
-->'''Tenaya:''' Now I will bond with your Series Green and destroy the Power Rangers from within. I will become the final stage of techno-awareness -
-->'''Ziggy:''' You talk too much. ''(Grabs morpher)''.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. This happens whenever Cordelia is captured, and usually leads to her being BoundAndGagged. She doesn't stop.
* When ''Series/{{Castle}}'' gets Taylor Swift tickets delivered to him at the precinct, he explains that they're a surprise gift for his daughter. "Apparently, she and Ash have a song." Beckett tells him that the two of them also have a song - "You Talk Too Much" by Clarence Carter.
* Not played for laughs in the 1995 Australian mini-series ''Blue Murder'', when hitman Neddy Smith says it to crooked lawyer Brian Alexander [[CementShoes just before he's thrown overboard while tied to a stove]]. Alexander is pleading for his life at the time, and was being murdered because he was believed to have been about to testify at the Stewart Royal Commission into Drug Trafficking.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. In "Second Sons" Queen Danearys meets with the three sellsword captains opposing her, in an attempt to talk them into changing sides. Later, back at their camp:
-->'''Prendahl:''' That dragon bitch, she talks too much.
-->'''Daario:''' You talk too much.
-->'''Meto:''' She won't talk so much when she's choking on my cock.

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[[folder: Literature ]]

* A sci-fi short story involved a composer who goes to a planet where the aliens don't speak, assuming he'll have a quiet place to compose a symphony. Unfortunately the aliens communicate through vibration, so the minute he starts pounding on his piano they charge into his room and haul him off to the embassy, where he's shoved onto the next rocketship back to Earth. The final lines has the outraged composer demanding to know what's going on. A laconic spaceman replies, "They say you talk too much!"
* Often exchanged between [[TheStoic Rephaim]] and [[MotorMouth Stevie Rae]] in ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight''.

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[[folder: Manga and Anime ]]

* Piccolo to Raditz in ''Anime/DragonBallZ''.
** Also Android 18 to Vegeta.
-->'''Android 18''': He talks too much.
-->'''Vegeta''': What was that?!
* This is said fairly early on in ''{{Naruto}}'', by [[StarterVillain Zabuza]] to the eponymous character.
-->'''Zabuza''': You talk too much... and your words cut deep... deeper than any blade.

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[[folder: Video Games ]]

* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', Grunt tells you that "Humans talk too much" if you try to talk to him before you've unlocked his next conversation.
** On Mordin's loyalty mission, a Krogan goes on for about a minute about their plan for great revenge on the other races while standing on a platform directly above an inflammable gas tank, during which the Renegade Interrupt button ''taunts'' you the entire time. Click it and...
-->'''Shepard''': You talk too much. [[ShutUpHannibal *BLAM*]]
-->'''Weyrlock Clan Speaker:''' See? [[ExactlyWhatIAimedAt The human cannot hit a simple target!]]
-->[''the gas pipe under the speaker explodes'']
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'': a sarcastic Hawke will describe him/herself this way while confronting a slaver.
-->"I'd make a terrible slave. I talk too much." ''(pulls a knife)'' "And I do that."
* In ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', Baiken says this to Ky Kiske in her win quote against him and states that she doesn't care about his strong sense of justice.
-->'''Baiken''': Blah blah blah! You talk too much! Does anyone actually give a crap about your ridiculous sense of justice? I know I sure don't.
* Asura from ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' says this if you punch [[{{Jerkass}} Wy]][[FatBastard zen]] mid speech. "You talk too much!"
* [[ProfessionalKiller Mondo]] says this to [[spoiler: [[FinalBoss David]], in his second encounter]] in ''VideoGame/KillerIsDead''.

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[[folder: Western Animation ]]

* A running gag in ''{{Bionicle}}'' has people say this to [[ChaoticStupid Vezon]] on a regular basis.
* Sokka to Suki in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', "The Serpent's Pass."
* Disney's ''Disney/PeterPan'' says "girls talk too much" after listening to Wendy gush all about him while she sews his shadow back on.
* In the ''FantasticFourWorldsGreatestHeroes'' episode "Recap/HardKnocks", the Hulk grabs Johnny while he's taunting him and growls, "Fire man talk too much!" Johnny acknowledges that he gets that a lot.
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Hereafter" features the Martian Manhunter saying this verbatim to {{Main/Lobo}} before delivering a punch.
* Double D from ''[[WesternAnimation/EdEddnEddy Ed Edd n Eddy.]]'' [[UpToEleven Big time.]]
-->'''Eddy:''' Do you EVER turn off?!
-->'''Edd:''' It's a curse, I'm afraid.
* Bulkhead to Lugnut in the first season finale of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. Lugnut has Bulkhead on the ropes and is about to deliver his Punch Of Kill Everything, but starts speechifying about "the glorious Decepticon race". Bulkhead uses his wrecking ball arm to trigger the punch, and Lugnut is sent flying into the distance by his own attack. And that, of course, is when Bulkhead delivers the line.
* Played for laughs in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''. Hulk says this to Black Panther while the latter is ''meditating''.

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