bear-mountain-road

WRONG TURN SENTENCE STARTERS.

’ We are never going into the woods again! ’
’ I think if you ever want to get in my pants again… ’
’ Affirmative. ’
’ Excuse me, sir, do you have a payphone? ’
’ Uh, this one’s not working. Do you have another phone I could use? ’
’ Do you have another phone I could use? ’
’ Uh… what isn’t long distance from here, right? ’
’ Long distance? ’
’ You cuttin’ wise with me, son? ’
’ I’m running behind and I really need to make a call. ’
’ The highway’s really jammed up. ’
’ Do you know of another route heading south? ’
’ Well, that there’s my only phone. ’
’ Hey, why’s this Bear Mountain Road dotted like this? ’
’ Bet they ain’t got around to paving it yet. ’
’ looks like it runs in the highway about fifteen, twenty miles. ’
’ Thank you very much. Take care, okay? ’
’ If you say so. ’
’ You’re the one who’s gonna need to take care. ’
’ Hey, what’s your name? ’
’ That is not funny. ’
’ Look’s who scared now… Sorry. ’
’ I think they need to be alone. ’
’ Just get me to a motel room and run me a very hot bath. ’
’ Be prepared to provide me with a lot of orgasms. ’
’ Whoa, wait guys, this road isn’t on here. ’
’ That’s because we don’t have the redneck world atlas. ’
’ Let’s make this quick. ’
’ I don’t know, but can you help me find the bathroom? ’
’ Baby, I think this is the bathroom. ’
’ Okay, who lives here? ’
’ If there is a next house. ’
’ What, the next house is gonna have a white picket fence? ’
’ Actually, maybe we should keep walking. ’
’ Can you hold this? ’
’ ‘Cause we’re gonna knock this fucker outta the tree! ’
’ I can’t believe they called us stoners. ’
’ You know, we should’ve just taken her to New York. ’
’ No, you know how she loves this outdoors stuff. ’
’ Yeah. If you ask me, though, nature sucks. ’
’ Well, the next time she gets dumped we’ll take her to New York. ’
’ God, look at this place. ’
’ Yeah, it’s like the garage sale from hell. ’
’ We need to keep ourselves alive, or it was for nothing. ’
’ We’re gonna stay alive. We’re gonna get out of this. ’
’ We’re gonna get out of these woods, we’re gonna find the police. ’
’ We’re gonna make sure those motherfucks are punished for this. ’
’ I’d rather jump than burn to death! ’
’ Okay, you guys go, and we’ll just stay here. ’
’ Where did you get this? ’
’ I found it in my dad’s room, actually. ’
’ Drop your pants. ’
’ When do people always show up, ______? ’
’ Consider it an experiment in probability theory. ’
’ What are we doing? ’
’ No, they’re not. You were dreaming. ’
’ Okay, you’re great. You got the line? ’
’ C'mon, you motherfuckers. Just die. ’
’ Goddamnit! Hey? Did you find anything to eat? ’
’ Y'know, I think this guy must be some kind of doctor! ’
’ Maybe we should get him to write us some prescriptions. ’
’ He doesn’t have any smokes either. ’
’ Where are you? Are you pissing or something? ’
’ Are you pissing or something? ’
’ Why don’t we just wait for someone else to come along? ’
’ Hey, hey, hey. What’re you doing? ’
‘ I was gonna see if they had a phone. ’
’ I’m just thinking West Virginia, trespassing, not a great combination. ’
’ I mean, you guys can wait out here if you want. ’
’ You can’t just go barging into someone’s house like that. ’
’ Well, I need to remind you of a little movie called Deliverance. ’
’ Look, I need to pee. ’
’ We’re gonna find a road, we’re gonna get to a town, and we’re goin’ home. ’
’ And we are never going into the woods again. ’
’ And we’re gonna get married. All right? ’
’ We are gonna get out of this, I swear to you. ’
’ _______, sweet pea, look at me. ’
’ What, like Speed Racer here? ’
’ We’re almost out… ’
’ Did you find anything to eat? ’
’ Whoo! Whoo-hoo! Oh, yeah! ’
’ Say mayday. ’
’ They’re here! ’
’ We’re all in this together. Come on. ’
’ _______, look at me, okay? ______ died protecting us. ’
’ Whatever. Just get me to a motel room. ’
’ ‘Cause you’re the mule. ’