Everyone in their life has gotten movie or song quote wrong, or even a random quote. Some people more than others, but what better way to break the ice with someone telling you that you’ve been saying that quote wrong for ever.
1. “Me, Tarzan. You, Jane.” Is actually, “Tarzan. Jane. Tarzan. Jane.”
2. “Mirror Mirror on the Wall” is actually, “Magic Mirror on the wall”
3. "Do you feel lucky, Punk?" from Dirty Harry is actually, "You've got to ask yourself one question. 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?"
Slacker said his misquotes “Luke I am your father,” when the quote is just “No, I am your father” from Star Wars. He gives Steve crap for misquoting songs all the time. Especially the song “White Winged Dove” by Stevie Knicks, when he thought it was “One Dinged Dove.” His movie quote he lives by is “You get busy livin’ or you get busy dyin’.”
Steve misquotes songs all the time. He thought Mackelmore’s song said, “The ceiling can’t hold up.” When it really is, “The ceiling can’t hold us.”
What songs and movies do you always misquote?
I always misquote Step Brothers. I always think I have them right, but I just chop ‘em up and ruin them. I live my life by this quote, “I love you, Jenny!” I just say it all the time. Forest Gump is a legend and he wasn’t even real.
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