No matter if he’s playing a scoundrel (which he was in Wedding Crashers) or a lovable loser (Dodgeball) or even an assassin (Mr. It’s almost as if he’s created a new language, one defined by witty quips and cutting rejoinders.Think about this for a second, if you had to create a new language, one that would be accepted across the globe and universally recognized, what would it be? Everyone loves them, there isn’t a person alive that hasn’t adopted a movie line into their own speech (Mine is “You’re killing me Smalls”, and if you don’t know where that’s from than I suggest you press the little red “X” at the top of the window, because you don’t belong here.), and if everyone started talking in movie quotes, the world would be a funnier, more dramatic and more romantic place to live.God only knows what happened to the kitten you got for her.
Let’s take a look at how we will develop our new movie quote language, Vince Vaughnese. ” His words can extend to the field of Physical Development: Vince Vaughn On: Death (Old School) “Don’t beat yourself up over this, Mitch. Might as well be a bullseye.” And the field of Business: Vince Vaughn On: The Entertainment Industry (Swingers) “Everybody steals from everybody, that’s Hollywood.” Vince Vaughn On: Business Tactics (Old School) “He’s playing hardball. I’m impressed.” Vince Vaughn On: Party Planning (Made) “Here’s what I’m gonna ask of you…
Most people think his quotes are primarily about scoring chicks, and that’s almost fair. We’re going to be spending the night in New York, so it worked out well for all of us.
Vince Vaughn On: Being Who You Are (Clay Pigeons) “I’m Lester.
Lester the uh, molester.” Moving to the most important part of language, communicating with the opposite sex, we find that this is the area Vince Vaughnese-ism excels at the most.
”), Vince’s relationship-based movie quotes have established a new set of rules, one’s that will make Vince Vaughnese the linguistic touchstone for which all twenty-something’s will go to pray.