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Quote of the Day: Stand By Me


Gordie: Do you think I’m weird?
Chris: Definitely.
Gordie: No man, seriously. Am I weird?
Chris: Yeah, but so what? Everybody’s weird.

River Phoenix was born on this day in 1970. He would have turned 47. Sadly, he died on October 31, 1993.

 

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Quote of the Day: Stand By Me

Gordie: Fuck writing, I don’t want to be a writer. It’s stupid. It’s a stupid waste of time.
Chris: That’s your dad talking.
Gordie: Bullshit.
Chris: Bull true.
Chris: I know how your dad feels about you. He doesn’t give a shit about you. Denny was the one. He cared about and don’t try to tell me different. You’re just a kid, Gordie.
Gordie: Oh, gee! Thanks, Dad.
Chris: Wish the hell I was your dad. You wouldn’t be goin’ around talkin’ about takin’ these stupid shop courses if I was. It’s like God gave you something, man, all those stories you can make up. And He said, “This is what we got for ya, kid. Try not to lose it.” Kids lose everything unless there’s someone there to look out for them. And if your parents are too fucked up to do it, then maybe I should.

Quotes of the Day: Corey Feldman Edition

Today is Corey Feldman’s 44th birthday. I couldn’t pick just one quote. So, here are several Felsdman quotes from several classic ’80s movies:

The Fox and the Hound

Young Tod: What are you smelling?
Young Copper: I’m on the trail of something.
Young Tod: Trail of… what?
Young Copper: I don’t know yet.
[sniffs Tod]
Young Copper: Why it’s… it’s you.
[howls]
Young Tod: What’d you do that for?
Young Copper: We’re supposed to do that when we find what we’ve been tracking.
Young Tod: I’m a fox. My name’s Tod. What’s your name kid?
Young Copper: Mine’s Copper. I’m a hound dog.


The Goonies

Irene Walsh: Pants and shirts go in the… oh, forget about it. Just throw everything into cardboard boxes. Clark, can you really translate all that?
Mouth: For sure, Mrs. Walsh.


Stand By Me

Vern: Come on you guys. Let’s get moving.
Teddy: Yeah, by the time we get there, the kid won’t even be dead anymore.

 


The Lost Boys

Max: It was all going to be so perfect, Lucy. Just like one big, happy family. Your boys… and my boys.
Edgar Frog: Great! The Bloodsucking Brady Bunch!


License to Drive

Dean: Could you take the car out of neutral? We just got passed by a street sweeper.


The Burbs

Ricky Butler: Hey, Mrs. Rumsfield, no tan lines. Looks nice.
Mark Rumsfield: That kid next door’s a meatball.

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Dream a Little Dream

Bobby Keller: Why do we have to take something so far that it can’t be taken back? I’ll tell you why – because we’re young, and when you’re young, every little thing seems so big.

Quote of the Day: Stand By Me

Vern (Jerry O’Connell): Do you think Mighty Mouse could beat up Superman?
Teddy (Corey Feldman): What are you, cracked?
Vern: Why not? I saw the other day. He was carrying five elephants in one hand!
Teddy: Boy, you don’t know nothing! Mighty Mouse is a cartoon. Superman’s a real guy. There’s no way a cartoon could beat up a real guy.
Vern: Yeah, maybe you’re right. It’d be a good fight, though.

Daily Trivia: 12/13/12

Question: In A Christmas Story, according to Ralph, what was getting Randy ready for school like preparing for?

A. War
B. Cave exploration
C. Extended deep-sea diving
D. Coal mining


Last Question: In Stand By Me, what flavor was the fruit filling in the pies eaten during the pie contest?

Answer: Blueberry

Daily Trivia: 12/12/12

Question: In Stand By Me, what flavor was the fruit filling in the pies eaten during the pie contest?


Last Question: What 8-word message always came at the end of the public service announcements featuring the “crash test dummies”?

Answer: “You could learn a lot from a dummy”

Great job Old School 80s (@OldSchool80s)!!