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05-14-2002, 00:16
Ha! They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...

Don't unplug it, it will just take a moment to fix.

What happens if you touch these two wires tog--

We won't need reservations.

It's always sunny there this time of the year.

Don't worry, it's not loaded.

They'd never (be stupid enough to) make him a manager.

You can make it easy... that train isn't coming fast.

Gimmee a match. I think my gas tank is empty.

Let's see if it's loaded.

Just watch me dive from that bridge.

If you knew anything, you wouldn't be a traffic cop.

Last but not least...

"Hey, You'all watch THIS.........!"

05-14-2002, 02:46
What's this switch do???

Watch what happens when I pull this thing...

05-14-2002, 03:19
You forgot the most commonly used famous last words.

"Hey y'all! Watch this!!"

05-14-2002, 08:43
Of course, the fighter pilot's last words, regardless of language or race, in either combat or accident.......

"Oh, &*%^!"

(Well proven in actual records..... I know a guy who used to do air traffic control, and he heard that several times in the U.S, Japan, Italy and Germany for the Air Force,all in their respective languages as well as English, the international language of aviation)

05-14-2002, 12:02
Custer 'Oh hell they will just retreat when we charge'.
Kennedy 'looks like a nice day for a parade'.
Lincoln 'I don't feel too good, but I wouldn't miss the play for the life of me.'
McKinley "when we arrive at the staion I want to shake hands until I drop'
Josephine 'so I made a few mistakes, you don't need to snap my head off'.
Masimoto (a liitle known Japanese pilot in WWII on his first flight in action) 'Do you usually bolt on the canopy on these Zeros?'
Last official at Krakatoa 'I feel terrible that we could not locate a virgin for this mornings ceremony, ah well we can always make up for it tomorrow.'
German comander, one nice fall day on the Eastern front in WWII 'Looks like we have another month or two to end this thing before winter sets in'.
Sick, sick, sick.........

05-14-2002, 13:38
Or the old stand by...


05-14-2002, 22:19
"Aww Honey, you don't look THAT chunky..."

05-15-2002, 12:21
General George Armstrong Custer at Little Big Horn: "Take no prisoners!!".

05-16-2002, 03:11
"Uh oh..."

05-16-2002, 03:38
"No, the pants do make your butt look big. Your big butt makes your butt look big."

"Hand me the dremel tool...."

05-16-2002, 04:35
Hand me that lighter fluid, will ya?

It's o.k.- I saw it on T.V. once.

Trust me.

Is this thing running?

Just a couple of beers, officer.

05-16-2002, 05:16
Tarzan-"The VINE JANE... THE VINEEEEeeeeeee...............

05-16-2002, 09:27
"Try it. You ain't got the guts..."

05-17-2002, 03:43
You can't kill me! I've got a magic Araaggh...!

05-21-2002, 06:32
Some paraphrasing here . . .

"The patent office should be closed, as everything that can be invented has been invented." (Patent examiner)

"The atom bomb will never work, and I speak as an expert on explosives." (Army ordnance expert)

"Trust me, I know what I'm doing." (Inspector Sledge Hammer)

"Who greased the vine?" (Tarzan)

"Well, Tonto, we're surrounded - we won't escape with our lives!" (Lone Ranger, surrounded by 5000 hostile Indians.)

"What you mean we, paleface?" (Tonto)

05-22-2002, 06:34
Actually, Gen. Custer's last words were "Where did all those f*&^ing Indians come from?"

05-22-2002, 08:16
"They can't hit an elephant at that distance."
were the last words attributed to the well beloved
general john sedgwick. at cold harbor, i believe, in grant's spring push of 1864.

05-30-2002, 13:10
LEO: Son, your eyes are red, have you been drinking?
ME: Officer, your eyes are glazed, have you been eating doughnuts?

05-30-2002, 14:57
Will it bite?

05-30-2002, 21:54
Well, I've been waiting to see how long it took and no one uttered the most famous last words...



05-31-2002, 06:41
re: .-1

That's because after those words issue forth from our mouths we can no longer speak without permission. ;f ;g

-- Sam

05-31-2002, 07:12
Your mother is coming to stay here. Why, was the kennel full?

But I really needed this new Glock!

Happy Birthday Honey! How do you like your new vacum cleaner?

05-31-2002, 08:33
Every horror movie ever : "I thought heard/saw something in the basement/forest...Is anybody down/out there?"

For the engineers : "We need to refocus on our core processes."

05-31-2002, 08:36
I think I'll go pet it. Take my picture!