I just can't get it through my skull
It's hard to bargle nawdle zouss (?)
With all these marbles in my mouth
— "Weird Al" Yankovic, "Smells Like Nirvana"
I don't understand you
I just don't understand you
I don't understand the things you say
I can't understand a single word...
—They Might Be Giants, Fingertips (I Don't Understand You)
— Woodstock, Peanuts
Hey, it's Garbly! Everyone loves him because they can't understand him!
— Leela, telling a story to kids.
Mickey: (pretending he's dying) Tell Donald... Tell Donald....
Mortimer: (urgently) YES, YES?
Mickey: I never understood a word he... said.
— House of Mouse, "Mickey's April Fools"
He could be so frustrated right now and all I'd know is that he used to be Charlie Brown's English teacher.
"Arnold sometimes talks like a man who is both breast feeding and drowning at the same time."
"Should any of you wish to see this movie, get the DVD. (Oh, and consult a psychiatrist.) Not that there’s much to in the way of extras on this disc. In fact, it’s rather bare boned. ...No, I suggest the DVD because of the one other feature you can’t get on the video. Subtitles. Sure, the film’s in English. But Seagal adopts a really lame and mushmouthed ‘Western’ accent here. When combined with his trademark whispery voice, well, half the time you can’t make out what the heck he’s saying. Seriously. However, just hit the Subtitle button on your DVD remote and problem solved. Hmm, now if I could just find a button that made the movie less moronic…"
—Jabootu on The Patriot
"David Lee Roth breaks open the crazy with what might be the greatest mashed jumble of words ever committed to tape, which is bookended by two patented David Lee Roth howls...There are a lot of things I don't understand about the world. Chief among them is: Why aren't we all wearing T-shirts with "GoddamnitbabyyouknowIain'tlyin'toyaI'monlygon'tellyouonetimeAhhhyaaaa!" on them?"
How about some SUBTITLES you JERKS?! It's bad enough we have to listen to these guys, but we can't even understand what they're saying!