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Infomercial Quotes Starters

Feel free to change pronouns and such!

  • “Help, I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!”
  • “But wait, there’s more!”
  • “You can do it!”
  • “Now I’m going to put my foot underneath your heel.”
  • “This is why I have such a great job.”
  • “You’re going to LOVE this.”
  • “Now they can even share clothes!”
  • “Stumbling around in the dark is dangerous.”
  • “Don’t turn on the light and wake up the whole family!”
  • “It is so simple. I love it!”
  • “You stick ‘em in your ears–gross!”
  • “Or just keep it in your pocket.”
  • “Has this ever happened to you?”
  • “Bibs aren’t just for babies!”
  • “Without me, the puzzle is incomplete.”
  • “The happy hot dog man makes a happy imprint on your hot dog!”
  • “We all end up acting like kids at dinner.”
  • “Nowhere to run?”
  • “You probably don’t have enough time to practice.”
  • “Finally, there’s a better way!”
  • “It’s embarrassing to have someone help you with your personal matters.”
  • “You just shake it back and forth!”
  • “In a matter of seconds, you feel it.”
  • “I’ve got the perfect gift.”
  • “I’m not inconsiderate.”
  • “And it smells bad, too!”
  • “The babes are back!”
  • “Parts shift, they sag, they alter, they move around…”
  • “We’ve gotta start doing something to prepare.”
  • “No, he uses the entire tree!”
  • “THAT is a bear scratch! AAAAAAHHHHH!”
  • “I can get in shape just sitting around!”
  • “Tired of standing around?”
  • “Put one in your pocket!”
  • “This is a whole can of soda.”
  • “Just rub, peel, and scrub, all at the same time!”
  • “There’s a new girl in town that can’t keep a secret!”
  • “Don’t make me eat the broccoli.”
  • “You asked her that?”
  • “Feel safe and warm in his embrace while comfortably resting your head on his chest.”
  • “I’m doing it! I’m digging it! I’m bringing it! And I’m loving it, baby!”
  • “How 'bout ice cream?”
  • “But we’re saving that one for last.”
  • “Where do you snazzy nap?”
  • “But putting up decorations takes so much time.”
  • “Neighbors will be in awe.”
  • “One wrong step and you can end up on the floor!”
  • “Tired of lunging and plunging, only to get a face full of you-know-what?”
  • “So, I’m staying at a friend’s house, and I accidentally clogged the toilet.”
  • “Clap on! Clap off!”
  • “Because it really works!”
  • “You’re about to be mesmerized.”
  • “I don’t know what it is, but it’s the coolest thing ever!”
  • “If I can do it with one finger, you can do it with your whole hand.”

Just One Word BPC - March

Day 1 - Travelling

The struggles of being a bookworm and going travelling…

Friend, Rose is literally the only companion who fits that, and then only if you think quirky applies to her particularly (I wouldn’t say so).

Actually, nevermind, she doesn’t, either. She’s nineteen. None of them fit it.
‘Tombstone’ (1994) Sentence Starter Pack
  • “Never saw a rich man that didn’t wind up with a guilty conscience.”
  • “I already got a guilty conscience, might as well have the money too.”
  • “I’d know that sour face anywhere.”
  • “Isn’t that a daisy?”
  • “Does this mean we’re not friends anymore? You know, ____, if I thought you weren’t my friend, I just don’t think I could bear it.”
  • “You gonna do something or just stand there and bleed?”
  • “Don’t you always say that gambling’s an honest trade?”
  • “Oh, ____, I forgot you were there. You may go now.”
  • “Forgive me if I don’t shake hands.”
  • “What kinda town is this?”
  • “Well, an enchanted moment.”
  • “Prettiest man I ever saw.”
  • “Is your soul for sale, dear?”
  • “I’ll be damned.”
  • “You may indeed, if you get lucky.”
  • “Would you look at all those stars? You look up and think, God made all of that and still remembered to make a little speck like me.”
  • “What about Hell? They got a sign there?”
  • “And what a maiden. Pure as the driven snow, I’m sure.”
  • “Tell me, friend, I’m curious. Do you actually consider yourself a married man, forsaking all others?”
  • “People can change, _____. Sooner or later, you gotta grow up.”
  • “I stand corrected, ____. You’re an oak.”
  • “What do you say, darling? Should I hate him?”
  • “I don’t know, there’s just something about him. Something ‘round the eyes.”
  • “No, I’m sure of it. I hate him.”
  • “We don’t want any trouble in here. Not in any language.”
  • “Apparently ____ is an educated man. Now I really hate him.”
  • “Yeah, I’m an oak, alright.”
  • “Lovely? You could have been killed back there.”
  • “You’d die for fun?”
  • “I’m always happy. Unless I’m bored.”
  • “I want to move and go places and never look back.”
  • “Well then why are you with him?”
  • “Oh, I know, don’t say it. I’m rotten. I try to be good but it’s so boring.”
  • “I don’t have time to be proper. I want to live.”
  • “I’m a woman, I like men. If that means I’m not ladylike then I guess I’m not a lady.”
  • “You’re different, there’s no arguing that. But you’re a lady alright. I’d take my oath on it.”
  • “You die first, you get it? Your friends might get me in a rush but not before I turn your head into a canoe.”
  • “You’re not as stupid as you look, _____.”
  • “You’re so drunk, you can’t hit nothing. In fact, you’re probably seein’ double.”
  • “I have two guns. One for each of ya.”
  • “Nonsense, I’ve not yet begun to defile myself.”
  • “_____ can go all day and night and then some.”
  • “Why _____, whatever do you mean?”
  • “Maybe poker’s just not your game. I know, let’s have a spelling contest!”
  • “Come on, darling, let’s seek our entertainment elsewhere.”
  • “Yes, it’s true, you are a good woman. Then again, you may be the Antichrist.“
  • "You’re a daisy if you do.”
  • “I’m your huckleberry.”
  • “Remember what I said about seeing a light when you’re dying? Ain’t true, I can’t see a damn thing.”
  • “And so she walked out of our lives forever.”
  • “He’s down by the creek, walkin’ on water.”
  • “Make no mistake, it’s not revenge he’s after. It’s a reckoning.“
  • "I forgave you the moment you said it.”
  • “I spent my whole life not knowing what I wanted out of life, just chasing my tail.”
  • “A man like _____, what makes him do the things that he does?”
  • “A man like _____ has a great, empty hole right through the middle of him. He can never kill enough or steal enough or inflict enough pain to ever fill it.”
  • “I can’t beat him, can I?”
  • “What’s it like to wear one of those?”
  • “Well, I didn’t think you had it in ya.”
  • “Why, ______. You look like somebody just walked over your grave.”
  • “We started a game that we never got to finish. Play for blood, remember?”
  • “I was just foolin’ about.”
  • “You’re no daisy, you’re no daisy at all.”
  • “Poor soul, you were just too high-strung.”
  • “I’m afraid the strain was more than he could bear.”
  • “I wasn’t quite as sick as I made out.”
  • “My hypocrisy only goes so far.”
  • “It appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds.”
  • “You’re no hypocrite, ____, you just like to sound like one.”
  • “You’re the most fallible, stubborn, self-deluded, bullheaded man I have ever known in my entire life.”
  • “You’re the only human being in my entire life that gave me hope.”
  • “There’s no normal life. There’s just life, you get on with it.”
  • “Take that beauty and run, don’t look back.”
  • “_____, if you were ever my friend, if you ever had the slightest feeling for me, leave now. Leave, please.”
  • “Thanks for always being there, _____.”
  • “I’ll be damned, this is funny.”
  • “I have nothing left, nothing to give you.”
  • “I have no pride, no dignity.”
  • “I promise, I’ll love you the rest of your life.”
  • “Don’t worry, _____. My family’s rich.”