Quotes / Tastes Like Diabetes

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    Anime and Manga 

"Your voice just gave me diabetes for the thirty-fifth time today."

    Film — Live-Action 

"Ah, the Weidermann twins. Don't get too close, you'll go into sugar shock."
Kate, The Cutting Edge

"That's so sweet I could hurl."
Zack, Sky High (2005)

"Fraulein, is it to be at every meal, or merely at dinnertime, that you intend leading us all through this rare and wonderful new world of...indigestion?"
Captain Georg Von Trapp, The Sound of Music


"I'm so sweet I cause diabetes."
Meade Slaughter, Clint McColloch's Nevada

    Live-action TV 

"Why, hello, Carmie-kins! (switches to "Hyde" mode) BLECH! Sometimes I make myself wanna WRETCH!"

"It's also just sickly, sickly sweet. It's finger-down-the-throat stuff."
Todd Sampson, The Gruen Transfer

Mama Pratt: Won't you try our simple song? I'm sure you'll learn real quick.
Cynthia Pratt: Then you all can sing along, if it doesn't make you sick!
"Ding Dong Yum Yum Yum", a parody of "Do-Re-Mi" from Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall

    Newspaper Comics 

Strange Lady: Hehwo, widdle puddy tat. Is'm widdle puddy tat a nicey-wicey puddy tat?
Garfield: Excuse me while Nicey-Wicey Puddy Tat takes a barfy-warfy in the grassy-wassy.
Garfield, strip for July 10, 1987


"There is such a thing as sentimentality porn."
Mark Kermode, Marley and Me review


"So damn cute you choke on all the sappy sweet glucose-ness...."
Mary Poppins, Forbidden Broadway

    Video Games 

"My guts fill up with pretty tales
Their prissy cuteness never fails
To make me puke, to crush my wits
To rot my teeth and give me fits."

"They're so cute, they'll give you diabetes — the instantly fatal kind!"
Kanji Tatsumi, Persona 4

"That's be so sweet, so ridiculously sweet... It's Sweetdiculous!"
Ryusei Date, Super Robot Wars

    Web Animation 

Twilight: This book is from across the sea.
Spike: That's where all those weird ponies and humans live, right?
Twilight: They're not weird, Spike! They're just...
Spike: They're just what?
[Cut to previous-generation ponies]
Twilight: Uh... really... happy...
Spike: They seem too frolicky for my taste...


"I think I'm gonna be sick from the sweetness overload."
Rhea Snaketail, Slightly Damned

    Web Original 

"The less said about the beacon of hope and love that is traveling the streets of London to set the world aflame at the commencement of the Olympic ceremony the better. Doctor Who would revel in tweeness after this episode, but there are few times when I want to actively hurl something at my precious television just to make the injection of pure syrup stop. The Doctor lighting the Olympic flame might just be the worst moment of the Russell T Davies era and one that is masquerading as one of the best. Oh the irony."

"Had this not coincided with the suspension crisis so perfectly, of course, it would just be a slightly embarrassing curiosity. But instead it comes when the series is in obvious crisis, in the midst of an extended attack on itself, and, let's be honest, not very good. So for it to come prancing out saying "oh look, aren't I a good little iconic part of children's culture" just leaves everyone wanting to slap it in the face and say "no, you're bloody well not, you're utter crap.""

"Louis Mayer, the second "M" in MGM, insisted that they get rid of 'Over the Rainbow' because it was too sad, and can you blame him? Just check out some of these lines: 'If happy little bluebirds fly beyond the rainbow, why, oh why, can't I?' or 'Where troubles melt like lemon drops, away above the chimney tops.' Yeesh, don't those lyrics make you want to hang yourself with razor wire above a vat of sharks swimming in lemon juice? No? Weird..."

"I would always read about filmmaking in the 70's and the various New Waves and about how they were rebelling against the old Hollywood. I would read that, but I don’t think I fully understood until I finally saw Hello, Dolly. This is the most phoney movie I have seen in a long long time. Everything about this movie is fake and false. There are no genuine emotions, only people badly acting emotions. Like a defective stepford wife, they portray creepy toothy grins that show more an alien understanding of happiness than anything real. The characters talk and talk and talk and talk and talk over the most useless crap. Much like Ichi the Killer, I felt like sticking pins in my ears to make the pain go away. This is like four hours of Three's Company crammed into a two and a half hour movie; its too much crap crammed in too long a run time for a movie."
Miles Antwiler on Hello, Dolly!

"The campfire scene is described as the “heart and soul” of the movie. But most people who watch it would describe it as the colon."

"Let me just say that I would be less embarrassed if my sister, mother, or Naomi Klein entered my room without knocking and found me with my pants around my ankles and a Victoria's Secret catalogue in one hand than if any remotely sentient organism caught me holding a PS2 controller while this scene played on my television."

"What happens when you write a Chinese play is that before you know where you are your heroine has gone cute on you, adding just that touch of glucose to the part which renders it unsuitable for human consumption."
Bring on the Girls! by P. G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton, on the authors' Old Shame operetta The Rose of China

     Web Video 

"That's so sweet, I'm getting diabetes!"

Nostalgia Critic: Could you make something with a little more intelligence and charm to it? I mean, this is so annoying.
Stanley: But annoyance is part of my charm. I'm like that cute little puppy that barks a lot, or a unicorn's horn shoved up your ass, or pancreatic cancer.

"With each passing second, my brain is getting more and more candy-coated. Is brain diabetes a thing?"

"I'm a diabetic, right, and it wasn't the goddamn ice cream killing me with all the sugar, the cuteness of this place would've."
Joel of Vinesauce, talking about going to a maid cafe during his trip to Japan

    Western Animation 

"Ugh! How can you watch this?! Its like throwing up rainbows into my eyeballs!"
Rigby, Regular Show

"Aww! It's all so cute! It makes me wanna hurl."

Archer: You're my smoochy-boochy!
Lana: No, you're MY smoochy-boochy!
Archer, "Reignition Sequence"

Brain: Look at these tapes! "It's a Sugary-Wugary Day" by Laffi. "Life's a Rosy-Posy Bed of Honey" by Mary Flewis and Porkchop. The titles alone are enough to make my teeth rot!
Pinky: I'll help you floss!
Brain: I'll help you hurt.
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain, "A Walk in the Park"

Evil Buzz: You're familiar with Gravitina's gravitational powers? Oh, she's quite a lady.
Gravitina: Thank you, my wuvvy-dovey.
Evil Buzz: No, thank you, my muffin-wuffin.
Mira: I think I'm going to be sicky-wicky.

"All right, you guys, just permit me one sentimental moment here, will you? I have something to say. Christmas: it's not the giving, it's not the getting, it's the loving. There, I said it. Now get outta here."
Garfield, A Garfield Christmas

"It's so much easier to destroy cute evil toys - 'cute' makes my teeth hurt."

"Talk about sweet. I could throw up!"

Singing Sunflowers: (singing to tune of "This Old Man")
We are such happy flowers
We will now sing for hours
Aren't we unbearably cute?
Watch me solo on. Jazz. FLUTE.

"Peter, your dog is giving me diabetes."
Joe Swanson, Family Guy

    Real Life 

"...And it is that word 'hummy', my darlings, that marks the first place in The House at Pooh Corner at which Tonstant Weader Fwowed up."

"Nixon concluded his speech on a note of self love. Most viewers thought it inappropriate: since no one loves him, why should he? To his credit, he sounded slightly embarrassed as he spoke of the boy from Wittier—a misfire but worth a try."
Gore Vidal, "The Twenty-Ninth Republican National Convention"

"I never watch The Dinah Shore Show — I'm a diabetic."
Oscar Levant

"This place is hokey."
Nancy Kerrigan (forgetting she was wired for sound) at Disneyland

"'It perpetuated the lie of a highschool United Nations, where spokespersons from each of the archetypal schoolyard cliques unified into a singular supergroup. The Jock. The Brain. The Hustler. The Prom Queen. The Fashionista. The Nerd. The Bayside Six congregated in hallways and at their favourite booth in the local diner like the German and Allied forces playing football on Christmas day; an eternal no-man's land, where disparate delegates escaped their tribal trappings to form a tight-knit unit of friends – friends forever. It was a choice which played like a sequel to The Breakfast Club's promise to never forget, social ladder be damned. It wasn't even true backstage."
Stuart Millard on Saved by the Bell, So Excited, So Scared''