Throwback Thursday

16 candles~~~

“What’s happenin’ hot stuff?”

Oh gosh, remember that movie? Sixteen Candles. Long Duk Dong? The foreign exchange student Samatha’s grandparents brought along?

Talk about a throwback.

How about when Long Duk Dong is eating Quiche with the handles of silverware holding them like chopsticks and asks how to spell it.

Or when he says with his clever accent: “Yes, Married! Sheesh.”

That movie is so funny on so many different levels, I can’t even begin to describ them. Do they even make comedies that good anymore?

***Did you see it? What’s your favorite part?***

8 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday

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  2. Daniel–For some reason, your comment didn’t post for a bit. Yeah, that part is really funny. I mean, how drunk do you have to be? Oh wait, don’t answer that. LOL. “I heard the grill alone is five grand. Do you have five grand? I don’t have five grand.”
    Ted’s voice is cracking with each sentence. 🙂 Love it.

  3. Kat–I LOVE that quote. I mean, she’s just so ticked off that she can’t find a boyfriend. It just nails her perception of herself. LOL.

    Lauryn–Nice one. His accent does so well with him saying that too. How ’bout, “Canine Cologne” I think one of the granparents says that. LOVE IT!

    KM–The donger is wicked funny, isn’t he? Like when he says, “….thought you were my new style american girlfriend” LOL! I could laugh at that movie all day long!

  4. This is the scene with Jake is sending his girlfriend home with Ted:

    [Caroline is very drunk]
    Caroline: Who’s he?
    Jake: That’s me.
    Caroline: Who are you?
    Jake: I’m him.
    Caroline: Oh, ok.

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