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bagpuss
Ok I'll start it off as its bound to happen eventually.

'Cock it', 'we're coming to get you Barbara' (it helps I have got a friend called Barbara), 'she's so drunk' (just for the tone of voice)and I had a great opportunity to do Ed's 'I won't talk in cliches. . . ' bit from the pub scene the other day.

Oh, and 'have a sit down???'
Bob
obvious one - he's not my boyfriend/thanks babe pun.

ed's "fuck yeah" to pete serafinowinasaurus springs to mind.
Cutmaster_Frost
ermm right i love

"SHE'S LIKE BUTTER"
"CORNETTO"
"ALLRIGHT GAY"
Raven
You've got red on you . . .
stagedoor jenny
My new favourite is "Prink"

Former number 1s though included
"Captain Wow"
"Who died and made you king of the f*ckin zombies?"
"It's on random"
"He could have said base, or freeze. What a tit" (have I got that the right way round? I've changed it once!)
Chapman Baxter
"Fuck-a-doodle-doo."

Crude, but effective.
EasyMark
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"Fuck-a-doodle-doo."

Crude, but effective.


Yeah, that's a good one. biggrin.gif
stagedoor jenny
OOo I misread the subject of this post! I thought it was just quotes we liked. After all I wouldn't use "Who died and made you king of the f*ckin zombies?" I don't know any REAL zombies....

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DangerHelvetica
DONT SCRATCH IT! laugh.gif
bagpuss
Sorry Stagedoor Jenny, I would have quoted ya but I can't get it to work.

I'm sure that there will be a moment when you get to say 'Who died and made you King of the fucking zombies?' and really feel that it fits. It's amazing what you can work in to everyday conversation.

Or do I keep saying completely inappropriate things just to amuse myself? Hmmmmm?
whitey
I've said 'How much have you had love?' a fair few times.
Impossible
I always use "Cock it!" biggrin.gif
Melll
I was on a course last week, and said "cock it" when I got a question wrong. Hilarity did ensue.
EasyMark
"I like it."

Though you have to imagine Simon's voice defending the Stone Roses album. It's funny - that's my Stone Roses album too. smile.gif
zanthor
I often say "Fried Gold" but I suppose that's a Spaced quote more than a Shaun quote. It's still funny to me as most people round here have no idea what it means.
holly
if im buying stuff or offering ppl snacks i like to use " can i get any of you cunts a drink?" or "would anyone like a peanut" in the same tone of voice shaun does, it never gets tiresome actually!

also "alright, gay!" can be used an awful lot

i just wish that i actually used these quotes with ppl who knew what the hell i was referencing rather than thinking im mighty strange!
Pickle
Yeah, they are best used with people who know the film, innit?

I am loving "how's that for a slice of fried gold?" or just fried gold in general...class
Mizzie
I laughed out loud when Ed said to Shaun and Pete, "whassap, niggas!!!"
Pickle
"Cornetto" got a HUGE laugh from me, am always sending boyfriend to local shop for crap stuff.
PrincessKate
I have a friend who will say "How's that for a slice of fried gold?" but i think she only does it for my benefit.

and occasionally someone will come out with "prink" or "fuck-a-doodle-doo"
bagpuss
I was on a course last week and as I drifted off into my little dream world as yet another speaker started to prattle on (this one was a senior civil servant of all people) and I was jerked back to reality by the realisation that he was in the middle of saying: 'there is no 'I' in team'.

I managed to control the laughter to check if there was any indication that he was referencing Shaun and I came to the conclusion that he was for real!

What a prick!
Ade
One that gets used at work a lot (and not just by me, either, which is cool) is:

"I'll stop doin' 'em when you stop laughin'"
MexicanAlibi
Anything ending with the line "..have a cup of tea, and wait for this whole thing to blow over" tends to get a giggle from me.

It's just the wink, people. THE WINK.
WarBastard
Ed: Can I get, any of you c*nts, a drink?

Ah, the tone he says it makes me laugh so much. Top brass, Guv-na!
Blind I/O
Shaun's timid "Pete" amuses me to no end, and I like to "have a sit down" no and then... and yes, MexicanAlibi, the wink.
Melll
Not one used everyday, just a favourite:

Liz: ...Just wish we could...
Ed: ...fuck...
Liz: ...spend a bit more time together....
Ed: ...bollocks...
Liz:...just the two of us.
Ed: ...eh, cock it!
EasyMark
"My, how you've grown."

"You better believe it."

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Hordak
While I haven't had a chance to use any of the lines from the films, I have been using the word 'Excacerbate' (excuse the spelling) a lot since buying the film on DVD.

I'm waiting for the opportunity to say 'Whassup Niggerz' to someone.
wake
I'm a fuck a doodle-do man myself!
DangerHelvetica
Lad walked into a lecture late today and said

"sup niggaz!?"

I was in stitchs as were a few other but it turned out he hasnt seen shaun of the dead and he was just in the pub last night and all his mates (who had seen sotd) kept saying it so he copied....


Interesting... lol
PrincessKate
Do quotes off the commentary count? Nick comes out with some classics:


"Tastes like nettles!"

"In French 'Rabbit' is called 'Lapin'"

"...And 'Sex and the city' is called... 'The Lapin Rampant'"

"All through that scene I could sense Pete's Giant Hog"

"...More like a child's sleeping bag"


The sleeping bag one you can actually get into conversation as well smile.gif
DangerHelvetica
whilst its a quote from Danger50,000 Volts commentary and shouldnt be here...

I have spent a large portion of the day talking about Girafe-a-saurs and Ladder-A-Saurs....


not to mention 'melina' rolleyes.gif
holly
thank god! i thought i was the only one that quoted bits of commentary from spaced and sotd, it always makes me feel so sad, but ive watched it so many times ive adopted all tehir catchprases.

usually ppl dont know what the hell im on about with spaced/sotd quotes but commentary stuff? now im really losing freinds!
Juliet
Can I get any of you cunts a drink?
How’s that for a slice of Fried Gold?
What’s up me niggas?
Stella MM
Or the classic "Yeeeeaahhhhhhh boyyyyyyyyyy" which me and the boyfriend use.

Actually, we did used to say that before SOTD but now it has an extra special poignance and comedy value.
Melll
QUOTE (PrincessKate @ Oct 7 2004, 01:25 PM)
Do quotes off the commentary count? Nick comes out with some classics:
"Tastes like nettles!"

"In French 'Rabbit' is called 'Lapin'"

"...And 'Sex and the city' is called... 'The Lapin Rampant'"

"All through that scene I could sense Pete's Giant Hog"

"...More like a child's sleeping bag"

*


My favourite is when they're talking about Jess' hair.

"In America, they're called 'bangs'"
Kris
QUOTE (Pickle @ Oct 6 2004, 02:44 PM)
"Cornetto" got a HUGE laugh from me, am always sending boyfriend to local shop for crap stuff.
*

!! Cornettos aren't crap stuff! They're fantastic and well worth a short trip to a local newsagent!
PrincessKate
QUOTE (Melll @ Oct 8 2004, 05:24 AM)
My favourite is when they're talking about Jess' hair.

"In America, they're called 'bangs'"
*



Yes, and that! He just sounds so pleased and wants to share his point with everyone!
wanderingschoolgirl
Does it have to be Shaun quotes? I'm fond of 'Get off'.
PrincessKate
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Does it have to be Shaun quotes?


Well yes, its sort of in the title, isn't it?


There is another place for all your Spaced quoteage needs if you take the time to look.





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Impossible
(At the bottom of the stairs)
Shaun: "Peeeeete? Peeete?"
Ed: "OI, PRICK!! ... no, he's definately not in..."

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EasyMark
QUOTE (PrincessKate @ Oct 7 2004, 12:25 PM)
"...And 'Sex and the city' is called... 'The Lapin Rampant'"
*


Ha! I must have missed that line. laugh.gif
Melll
Another piece of Frost brilliance, I think.....

On the commentary, being questioned about his touring his successful, "Clyde":

"...on the lucrative 'Ape Circuit'."
Ade
Another classic Frost moment - okay, okay, its only in the Outtakes,
but I just loved the pub scene where Ed is "trying" to cheer up Shaun:

"Wooooah, big ol' gash..."

"Pipe or clam, it's all good!"


A tad crude, I know, but Simon's reaction to those two just cracks me up laugh.gif
TooOrangey
Heh. At a wedding the other week, my eight year old son was all done up in a white shirt and a nice tie. he tried to kick me in in the church and got my lipstick on his shirt pocket. All day people were going 'You've got red on you'.
Devil_in_an_A-Cup
I keep doing the "You wanna dance?" and also from the DVD "I'm not saying it was you... I'm saying it was Ringo" with the head wobbling. That just cracked me up!
spacegurl
"prink" and "funking" biggrin.gif
Slice of Fried Gold
"How's that for a slice of fried gold?"
"'Sup niggers?"
"It's four in the funking morning!"
"He's not my friend, he's a funking idiot!"

My friends and I also have an odd tendency to mimmick the whole bit where Shaun and Ed sing White Lines in time with the zombie...

"Auuuuuugggghhhh"
"Dubba duba duba du du du da"

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GutsnGuns
I got to say "I'm not a performin' monkey!" to my mates on Saturday night. I can't remember what they wanted me to do, but I was wearing a kilt at the time huh.gif

We always use a different name for our pub quiz team every week, but usually try to slip the word monkey in there somewhere. This week we've decided to be "Rage Infected Monkeys".
NotfromtheUK
One of my favs has got to be "don't forget to kill philip!" That tone of voice he used even has me dying right now thinking of it.
I have a friend named Philip, so I've had the chance to use it in jest with his wife.
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