Quotes: Does This Remind You of Anything?
"The truth?... Marik, there's something you need to know... It's about us. Marik, I- I hate you. I hate you with all my heart. I hate you more than I've ever hated anybody. I hate you so much that I can barely take it. In fact, I want to go on hating you for the rest of my life. If our world is destroyed, well, I won't be able to hate you anymore.
— Florence from Yugioh the Abridged Series
"Well, I’m sure it’ll get good again next week in 'Dominion,' when… uh… Clark and Green Arrow have a gladiator fight in the Phantom Zone and General Zod sits on a throne with his legs spread open and tells them to kneel before him."
"We then cut to an explicit sequence of chocolate, milk, and ice spraying all over the woman's mouth. The soundtrack and editing make it look like a montage from a porno parody of Requiem for a Dream, complete with the inevitable conclusion. Several shots of this, along with scenes of the girl sensually licking her lips, make it clear that, yes, it's not just your filthy imagination: The milkshake symbolizes semen... at the end of the ad, a woman coos, 'Really thick. Really tasty.' In a remarkable display of restraint, she doesn't add 'Like a
"Everything [in Silent Hill] is drenched in symbolism; the basic monsters are all suspiciously effeminate, with the exception of Pyramid Head, an uber-masculine powerhouse repeatedly seen plunging his massive throbbing knife into the other monsters' moist quivering bodies, which obviously symbolizes neo-conservative imperialism."
I just want to take you. Up here to this secluded area. At night. Under the stars. With romantic lighting. All alone. You and me. To fight. As in, to probably touch each other. Sweating. And maybe a little vulnerable. I want to do this regularly. You and me. Alone...
— Blogger 'xekstrin
creatively reinterpreting the training scenes between Pyrrha and Jaune
James: Actually, that's not the worst bit about those six-seater cars because it could be worse if you had your wife in the front and both daughters - and you sat in the back.
James: No, but, you do see that occasionally. You see the mother in the front, and then... and then, *cringing* there's a bloke sitting in the back seat and-
Jeremy: And there's nothing more tragic!
Richard: Yeah, it's pathetic.
Jeremy: It is the most pitiable sight you can see.
[Short pause before Jeremy and the audience both burst into a fit of hysterical laughter]