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Clark Griswold: I'm going to pull around them... Burn some dust here. Eat my rubber! Rusty Griswold: Dad, I think you mean burn rubber and eat my dust. Clark Griswold: Whatever, Russ.
Year One: While Cain is trying to flee his father Adam on a slow-moving camel:
Cain: Eat my dust, father!
This is the title of a Roger Corman film starring Ron Howard, who only agreed to star in it after Corman promised to let him direct a later film.
In the original London production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's rock musical Starlight Express, after being unable to win the final race, Electra the Electric Train's song "No Comeback" features various ways of saying farewell in different languages. This concludes with "Eat my dust!" The number was cut from subsequent versions of the show.