As a woman, anytime I mention I have a tattoo, guys start looking around what they can see of my skin like they'll find it. No, they won't. Don't have one, but a healthy imagination on a man makes for a very funny verbal encounter.
One of my gal friends won't loan me her golf clubs (that are cast iron), but she'll give me her kid in a minute! Too bad the kid doesn't fit in the golf bag...
No Thanks! Brian Fuller sees the Afterlife as another job. Great, like people haven't worked enough, they have to answer to the Grim Reaper and keep a work schedule when they're dead? What's the use of dying?
It acts up on rainy days or long walks . . . I didn't know she'd go that far when I kicked her . . .
65. What's Up?
Well, the sky most of the time, otherwise a roof . . . but besides that . . .
Around the turn of the 19th century, an insidious way to get others to put coins in your bank. Flips 'em in faster than you can actually see, so it has to be done again and again. Also doubles as a weapon -- heavy blunt object in a kid's room. See also Old-Timey.
67. Yellow Submarine
The John Lennon character was voiced by someone else; John Lennon did the voice for the Chief Blue Meanie, after he watched newsreels of Adolph Hitler -- trying to capture the screaming ugliness of Adolph's personality.
When he's given an electronic dog, he asks, "Is it house broken or does it leave little batteries all over the carpet?"
When Bullwinkle Moose was being attacked by Ruffians, he politely asked, "Are you really from Ruffia?"