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Just One Word BPC - March

Day 1 - Travelling

The struggles of being a bookworm and going travelling…

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.”
‘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.”