->'''Jason:''' I'll have you know in a head-to-head matchup, the [[ShoddyKnockoffProduct jPad]] would literally smash the iPad.\\
'''Andy:''' You misused the word "literally".\\
'''Jason:''' Did I?\\
'''Andy:''' [[SubvertedTrope Why is there a rock taped to the back?]]

->''"'Real' has very little meaning in food. You can say a cat food has REAL chicken flavor because your cat doesn't know how to call you liar and cat owners are so used to puns that they can't spot [[VeryFalseAdvertising horrible violations of language.]] But sometimes 'real' on a food implies actual legal classification and not that one or more ingredients were replaced with quick-dry cement.\\\
For example, on a box of Chips Ahoy!, the words 'REAL CHOCOLATE Chip Cookies' appears next to a worried cookie with a face that says he wasn't ready to deal with the existential burden of finding out there was [[ContemplateOurNavels a debate about whether or not he was real.]]"''
-->--'''{{Creator/Seanbaby}}''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-ways-marketers-think-were-retarded/#ixzz33AnVOnLb "6 Words Advertisers Love (That Don't Mean a Damn Thing)"]]

->''"Some words I simply despair of ever hearing people use correctly. I just shrug when an airline pilot announces we're flying over the 'Sierra Nevada [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Mountains.]]' In the winter, if you're lucky, he may even say you're flying over the '[[ShapedLikeItself snowy Sierra Nevada Mountains]]' (get a Spanish dictionary). So if you want to use 'prodigal' to mean 'wandering' instead of 'wasteful,' I canít stop you. Have your steak 'with au jus,' and go ahead and have a slice of pie 'with a la mode' while youíre at it, and a cup of coffee 'with au lait.' Have a side order of chili 'with con carne' if you're really hungry. If you think 'apropos' means 'appropriate,' go right ahead. If you want to take a hike in the woods and 'orientate' yourself on a map, knock yourself out. Ilitterissy roolz!"''
-->--'''Steven Dutch''', ''[[http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs/PSEUDOSC/Agnostic.HTM What's an Agnostic?]]''

->'''Dee''': Are you goddamn kidding me?\\
'''Charlie''': What?\\
'''Dee''': Tiny boy, baby boy, little boy?\\
'''Charlie''': Yes?\\
'''Dee''': [[UnfortunateImplications You're wanting me to say that]] [[PedoHunt I wanna make love to a little baby tiny boy.]]\\
'''Charlie''': But I've explained this to you Dee that I'm talking about the spirit of this man. It's like a little boy, it's a metaphor.\\
'''Dee''': You keep using that word, but I'm not convinced you know what it means.
-->--'''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia''', ''[[MusicalEpisode The Nightman Cometh]]''

->''Why do people call everything a DeusExMachina without knowing what a deus ex machina actually is?''

->''"[[GodwinsLaw The word Fascism has now no meaning except in so far as it signifies 'something not desirable.']]"''
-->-- '''Creator/GeorgeOrwell''', "Politics and the English Language", 1946

->''"I am an Urus, Tur to the Poles, Aurox to the Germans. The ignorant call me a Bison." "I am a Bison, Suber to the Poles, Bisont to the Germans. The ignorant call me an Urus."''
-->-- '''Sigismund von Herberstein''', 1556

->'''Avon:''' I use the word deliberately.
->'''Tarrant:''' But did you use it accurately?
-->-- ''Series/BlakesSeven'', "Games"

->'''Peter Parker''': Spider-Man wasn't trying to attack the city, he was trying to save it. That's slander.\\
'''J. Jonah Jameson''': It is not! I resent that! ''({{Beat}})'' Slander is ''spoken''. In print, it's ''libel''.