Allrighty, you better be up to date on your movie quotes. This is my first game for our blog party! :) If you want to play, comment on who said the quotes and what movie it's from. (Character 1, Character 2, etc. is just so you can distinguish between who's speaking.) Good luck!
Character 1: I'm not sleepy. I want to look at my flower.
Character 2: I know-I know, but you just go to sleep, and then you can dream about it, and it'll be a whole garden.
Character 1: That baseball player sure looks like a giant to me.
Character 2: Sometimes people grow very large, but that's abnormal.
Character 1: I'll bet your mother told you that, too.
Character 1: Get me. I'm givin' out wings!
Character 1: This fog's as thick as peanut butter.
Character 2: You mean pea soup.
Character 1: You eat what you like, and I'll eat what I like!
Character 1: Is it true that you're the owner of one of the biggest department stores in New York City?
Character 2: THE biggest!
Character 1: Whoever heard of a skinny Santa? Eat. Eat!
Character 1: I believe... I believe... It's silly, but I believe.
Character 1: Strange, isn't it? Each man's life touches so many other lives. When he isn't around he leaves an awful hole, doesn't he?
Character 1: You're going to stay with me and we'll all be rich with the biggest silver strike this side of Hudson Bay. Silverrrrrrr!
Character 2: I thought you wanted gold.
Character 1: I changed my mind.
Character 1: What do you want?
Character 2: Me? Nothing! I just came in to get warm.
Character 1: [pause] He's making violent love to me, mother!
Character 1: No, but don't you see, dear? Some children wish for things they couldn't possibly use like real locomotives or B-29s.
Character 1: But, don't you think we ought to... oh... kiss or something?
Character 2: Uh... n-n-not until it's absolutely necessary.
Character 1: I'm quite taken by that one.
Character 2: That's my sister. She's completely bald in front.
Character 1: Suppose you were starving to death and you didn't have any food and you didn't have any place to get anything. And there were some loaves of bread out in front of a market. Now remember, you're starving to death and the man's back was turned. Would you swipe one?
Character 2: If I was starving, you bet I would.
Character 1: That's because you're honest. You see, I'd have a six-course dinner at a fancy restaurant across the street and then say I forgot my purse. Get the difference?
Character 1: This is the music I've selected for the Christmas play. [plays Fur Elise]
Character 2: What kind of Christmas music is that?
Character 1: Beethoven Christmas music.
Character 1: That's one thing I hate! All the noise, noise, noise, noise!
Character 1: You see that toothpick?
Character 2: I do.
Character 1: But you're not looking at it!
Character 2: Yet I see it, notwithstanding.
Character 1: Thanks for the Christmas card you sent me.
Character 2: I didn't send you a Christmas card.
Character 1: Don't you know sarcasm when you hear it?
Character 1: My dear partner, when what's left of you gets around to what's left to be gotten, what's left to be gotten won't be worth getting, whatever it is you've got left.
Character 2: When I figure out what that means I'll come up with a crushing reply.
Character 1: He's got a shiny nose.
Character 2: Sh-sh-sh-shiny? I'd even say it glows.