Thursday Thirteen #49

I watched Juno for the first time this weekend, and I loved it so much that I watched it again right after. The writing was just about the best thing ever! If you haven't seen it, you simply must! So in honor of it being such an awesome movie, here are...

13 of my Favorite Lines from Juno

1. “Honest to blog?”

2. "I hear how pregnancy, it can often lead to an infant."

3. “Hi, I’m just calling to procure a hasty abortion. What? Can you just hang on a minute? I’m on my hamburger phone.”

4. “Would you like a free condom? They’re boysenberry.”

5. “Somebody else is going to find a precious blessing from Jesus in this garbage dump of a situation.”

6. “Can’t we just, like kick this old school? Like I stick the baby in a basket and send it your way like Moses in the reeds.
“Technically that would be kickin’ it Old Testament.”

7. “Could I use the facilities ‘cause being pregnant makes me pee like Seabiscuit.”

8. “No seriously, if I could just have the thing and give it to you now I would, but I’m sure it looks about like a sea monkey right now, and I’m guessing we should let it get a little cuter.”

9. “Excuse me! I’m a sacred vessel. All you’ve got in your stomach is Taco Bell.”

10. “I’m already pregnant. What other shenanigans can I get into?”

11. “It’s called Nesting.”
“Nesting? What are you going to build the crib out of twigs and spit?”

12. “Prom is for weenuses anyway.”

13. Well, honey, doctors are sadists who like to play God and watch lesser people scream...”



Comments

Vixen said…
Great, great, great. Seriously, I had no idea what the movie was about and started watching it with youngest. My husband came into the room to see why I was laughing so much and so loud.

I think it is the most highly entertaining movie I have ever seen.
Denise Patrick said…
I haven't seen it, but the comments make it sound hilarious. Thanks for the laughs.

Happy TT!
I'm eager to see this one; I've heard nothing but good about it.

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