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originally posted by: notsure1
The depemd not depends diapers got me.
And that recent on on stouffers stove top stuffing.
I am 100% positive I ate stouffers stove top stuffing like 1000 times growing up.
The phrase "Fly my pretties, fly!" is very well-known and there are many references to be found in popular culture and the internet, ranging from The Simpsons to rock bands. The witch does call Dorothy "My Pretty", but that's about the only remaining connection to the phrase, and seems a stretch to associate it with releasing flying monkeys
originally posted by: norhoc
a reply to: SeaWorthy
You need to not tell me what I need to do. thanks
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originally posted by: stormcell
The example I can think of is that scene in Moonraker, where Jaws meets the sweet little lady and smiles at her. Everyone remembers that scene with her having braces - but according to the directors, she didn't. The cleaned up DVD release of the movie didn't show her with braces. It would have made sense from a comedy sense.
The favourite schoolyard call "Me Tarzan, You Jane!" can't be found in any of the original Tarzan movies, nor in the books running right back to when he first appeared in "Tarzan of the Apes" in 1912. Yet this quote is as famous as the other "non-quote" people remember, "Beam me up Scotty". What is causing people to not only think they were present originally, but continue repeating them?
originally posted by: Zadiel74
I've never heard anyone else mention it... But I swear I remember there being two sphinx statues in Egypt. Basically like an entryway with them next to each other. I was rattled when I recently read about only one statue.