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How I Imagine it Went Down

February 9, 2011

Producer: Hey Adam, we have this movie about a completely average looking guy who pretends to be married to get women into no-strings-attached flings. But then he finds one he actually really likes who doesn’t date married men. He actually ends up with the woman who works with him. Lots of misunderstandings fill the rest of the movie.
Adam Sandler: I’ll only do it if the woman I end up with is completely out of my league and it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever why she’d be with me physically, emotionally, or psychologically. Also: Bikinis.
Producer: Deal.

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Producer 1: Guys, I was taking a shower this morning and it dawned on me that loofah would make an awesome dinosaur name. Now I know we agreed that Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers would be our last one and we’d quit while we were flying high. But come on. Loofah the dinosaur? We can’t just let an opportunity like that pass us by.
Producer 2: What’s the title of lucky number 13?
Producer 1: Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends.
Producer 2: Deal.

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Almost Every Country Musician: I’m going to write a song.
The Friend: Oh yeah? About what?
Almost Every Country Musician: Not sure. Probably love. Or lost love. Or maybe my love of country and family.
The Friend: Hmmm…what about your dog?
Almost Every Country Musician: Nah, that’s been done before.
The Friend: What about losing the love of your life and she takes your dog when she leaves?
Almost Every Country Musician: Deal.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 9, 2011 4:14 pm

    There’s the Tiffany I fell for so many (few?) months ago. Back on top.

  2. Daniel Strayer permalink
    February 10, 2011 1:11 am

    What the what? Questionable comments . . .

    Nice post Tiff. I was telling Vic and Greg the other day how lame Sandler movies are. Glad to see I have some backing form my peers . . .

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