Best Out-of-Context Lines From Musicals

- “Sit down John, you fat motherfucker!”

- “Screw the middle classes, I will never accept them!”

- “Consider yourself part of the furniture.”

- “Now shut your face.”

- “Henry can’t really stay; he’s got rabies.”

- “I love you even though it does not matter that I still don’t know your name.”

- “The internet is not for porn!”

- “Miss America should just resign!”

- “No one keeps a cow for a friend!”

- “Lot 666 then.”

- “Nothing can bend the will like half-Castilian men!”

- “Sometimes my father appeared to enjoy having children.”

The Musical Theater Drinking Game
  • (I'd suggest using water, so you'll help your voice and stay hydrated instead of drinking actual alcohol.)
  • Put your music on shuffle and drink a gulp of water every time...
  • Book of Mormon: Elder Price mentions Orlando or Elder Cunningham makes something up.
  • Newsies: Someone says "strike."
  • The Phantom of the Opera: Meg sings, "The Phantom of the Operraaa!" or someone sings Christine's name.
  • Les Miserables: Someone dies or another song is reprised.
  • Wicked: G(a)linda does some type of jumpy dance move.
  • Bonnie and Clyde: Clara (Bow) is mentioned or Clyde talks about Al Capone.
  • Little Shop of Horrors: The words "feed me" are said.
  • Cats: A cat with a strange name is mentioned.
  • Next to Normal: Every time you cry (so you can rehydrate!)
  • A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder: A new and obscure relative enters the picture.
  • Heathers: A character does some crazy riff that you wish you could do.
  • RENT: Baggage is mentioned.

Submitted by a-shygur. (Sorry if your favourite isn’t here but I’m limited to the amount of images I am allowed.)

In order of appearance: Phantom of the Opera, Waitress, Hamilton, Les Miserables, Aladdin, Fun Home, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Newsies and Cinderella.

Pride is getting mad and defensive when someone makes fun of you for listening to Broadway Musicals too much. 

Confidence is laughing it off and saying, ‘you’re right’ while turning up the volume and singing louder.