Slice of SciFi #281: VoiceMail Show

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  1. ejdalise says

    I was really hoping

    “Never go full retard!”

    would gain the usage and notoriety of “Make my day” and “I’ll be back”. Alas, despite plenty of opportunities (politicians, mostly), I don’t hear it often.

    I use it often, and I still maintain this is the best line in any movie in the past decade.

    Point of note, I have never heard the lines proposed as memes in the past two voice mail shows used in the real world. And I agree with the premise they can’t just be funny; they have to be usable out here in the real world.

    Again, “Never go full retard” seems to me to be the perfect fit as being both funny, and sound advice for many. Alas, it’s advice most probably can’t follow.

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