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Tartar sauce ! hilarious things you've heard thread

I used to love to hear spongebob say “tartar sauce !” instead of cussing…I do it sometimes just to be funny…haha what have you seen or heard that is really funny to you?

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“Back in my day only w h o r e s wore lipstick”

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My dad used to always say “For Pete’s Sake!!” When he was mad :smile:

I never found out who pete was and what his sake was. I don’t even think my dad knew :rofl:

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I heard someone describe someone else as ‘salty’ in high school.

Since then I use the term a lot without intent. It’s just in my vocabulary and I use it.

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@mikev0882 hmmm interesting…I say " you’re pretty salty on that guitar"…

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I use it for someone who’s got a chip on their shoulder. Someone whos maybe just a little upset

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I had a girlfriend from texas. She said a phrase they used when excited was “I don’t know whether to sh1t or go blind”

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“Sh*t in one hand, want in the other. See which one fills up first.”

My Dad (who was German) used to always say “Donnerwetter noch einmal!” when he got annoyed with something. This German phrase is used similarly to English expressions such as “For Pete’s sake!” or “Dammit!”.

The funny thing is that the literal English translation of “Donnerwetter noch einmal!” is “Thunder weather once again!” :cloud_with_lightning_and_rain: :cloud_with_lightning: :smile:

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Gordon bennet is a fav of mine

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Something i heard once was “son of a goat herder”

I tweaked it and now say “son of a biscuit eating goatherder”. My kids will finish the saying if they hear me go “son of a…”

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Ever heard of the expression when you’re upset…

“I had a bird!”

Well, when my mother-in-law gets upset she says…

“I had a thousand birds!”

It always makes me giggle!

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“Hells bells”. …

or “Jesus H. Christ!!!”

Oh Fudge cakes! Lol

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Cheese in rice…

Darn it all to red heck

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“BOB SAGET!!” :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:

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Holy Teledo!

Idk where that originated from tbh.

My dad would say this if he got a good deal or when my sister and I did something big.

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The human resources lady at work used to say: “Okey dokey, artichokey”.

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Some cat used to say, “sufferin’ succatash.”

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