Your most quoted Bond line in everyday life.

DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!
edited July 2012 in Trivia & Games Posts: 14,258
I find myself repeating Scaramanga's line "This is the part I really like!" on a daily basis.

Which Bond quote do you bring up all the time?
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  • Posts: 76
    Yes... Consideribly!
  • MrBondMrBond Station S
    Posts: 2,002
    We aim to please.
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 1000
    Posts: 14,648
    TIME TO FACE GRAVITY! just kidding, but I do say The pleasure I'm sure was all mine.
  • edited July 2012 Posts: 10,955
    There's no sense going out half-cocked
  • Posts: 1,817
    Well... you can't win them all.
  • Posts: 1,492
    "Bluff Mr Bond" when someone is fibbing.
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    edited July 2012 Posts: 27,819
    I've said "never again" a lot, but I am anticipating a moment to use "I never left" and walk smoothly away like Dan.
  • edited July 2012 Posts: 4,344
    Whenever my nephew is in town, (he's the same age as me, so he's pretty much like a brother) we always manage to squeeze in an ' I wouldn't know.....' I would!'
  • edited July 2012 Posts: 10,748
    I'm suprised

    "there's a useful four letter word...and you're full of it!"

    hasn't come up

    Perhaps a line people THINK more than say.

    Sometimes I like to jokingly say "yes Sir" when a woman gives me an instruction.
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
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    BAIN123 wrote:
    I'm suprised

    "there's a useful four letter word...and you're full of it!"

    hasn't come up

    Perhaps a line people THINK more than say.

    Yes, Bond doesn't want to use too much profanity, but in real life we would just say the word.
  • Posts: 4,715
    Sometimes I just find myself quoting random Bond lines out of sheer coincidence, haha. They may or may not fit the situation at hand!
  • Posts: 10,748
    Oooo...good one

    Someone says a long word

    Your response:

    "(insert word) huh...wow...now there's a mouthful" :))

    Hmm...perhaps not
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.
    Posts: 27,498
    "You don't have to worry about me. I'm not gonna go chasing him, he's not important...and neither was she."

    I say it to myself all the time, though I'm not sure why.
  • Posts: 10,748
    Creasy47 wrote:
    "You don't have to worry about me. I'm not gonna go chasing him, he's not important...and neither was she."

    I say it to myself all the time, though I'm not sure why.

    You don't say that about an ex and her new bf do you?
  • Posts: 1,753
    Myself and my father end everything we say to each other with "old man."
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.
    Posts: 27,498
    @BAIN123, in all honesty, none of my exes are worth it. But, it would give more usefulness to the quote.
  • Posts: 9,730
    When sat in front of the Bank Manager, awaiting aproval on a loan?

    "Speak now or forever hold your piece!"
  • Posts: 2,341
    "He left with his tails between his legs"
    from DAF
  • 4EverBonded4EverBonded Dancing at midnight under the BeBop Moon
    edited July 2012 Posts: 9,847
    "Yes, considerably" (love that one)

    and sometimes "Shocking. Positively shocking." It seems that if I say the word "shocking" in normal context of conversation, sometimes the rest pops automatically into my head! Sean is in my mind forever, it seems; other Bonds, too.
  • KerimKerim Istanbul Not Constantinople
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    "Beg your pardon, forgot to knock".
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.
    Posts: 27,498
    Kerim wrote:
    "Beg your pardon, forgot to knock".

    I can only hope you use it in the context from the film. You would be my hero, in this case.
  • edited July 2012 Posts: 1,817
    Another one when I'm talking about former girlfriends: "the bitch is dead."
  • Posts: 1,297
    When I get somewhere at the last second I always say, "Hm, bang on time." I've never cared much for that line, but I say it anyways!
  • edited July 2012 Posts: 463
    "Provided the collars and cuffs match..."
  • Posts: 5,651
    I don't go around quoting James Bond, not intentionally anyway

    Maybe one or two lines subconsciously slip out here and there but I really couldn't put a finger on what was said. Maybe 'Does it look like I give a Damn' being a prime example or even 'Switch the bloody machine off'
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.
    Posts: 27,498
    While not a Bond film, I was outside of my college smoking a cigarette one day, and someone walked by and said "Smoking will kill you." My mind instantly shot to one of my favorite scenes from 'Blood Diamond,' and I replied with "Only if I live, right?"

    They smirked and walked away. One of the coolest moments of my life, as sad as that may be.
  • Posts: 147
    One of my favourite lines to use is this one by Sir Sean "Yes, but of course you are" or just "But of course" can use this line in a lot of situations.
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    I hope nobody goes around their business saying 'Someone seems to have stuck a knife in me' (Roger Moore,Octopussy) !

  • WVPoef wrote:
    One of my favourite lines to use is this one by Sir Sean "Yes, but of course you are" or just "But of course" can use this line in a lot of situations.

    I thought that I had nothing to contribute to this thread but then I remembered that I used to use this line a lot in my late teens/early 20s. It's an odd, somewhat old-fashioned turn of phrase that people don't really use and it would often provoke an interested reaction in people when I used it. And it works far better than trying to be "cool" like saying "things are shaping up nicely" when meeting a girl (I'm so embarrassed that I tried using lines like that when I was 14).

  • Posts: 4,715
    Used this one today actually: "That's no problem.....no problem at all." Courtesy of Francisco Scaramanga, The Man with the Golden Gun!
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