"This is keep-drinking food!"
"He kind of looks like a Nazi. I find it oddly attractive."
"I wanna do something entertaining."
"That's going to be real hard to follow up."
"That is crap. That is not good. That is poison."
"You can't wear furry boots to shoot skeet? What kind of America is this?"
Bro A: "See that sombrero over there? I want that one." Bro B: "I've seen bigger."
(Different) Bro A: "Where did those bitches go?" Bro B: "I don't know." Bro A: "Fuck 'em. Its just you and me now, buddy."
More random quotes on the next page.
"Is he saying 'Biggie' or 'piggy'?
"I already spent like $50 on drinks today, wtf?!"
"Button your shirt, too much titties showing!"
"Hey, where you going. I wanna get a beer, dammit!"
"I just pissed all over my hands."
Death-metal versions of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars" and the ABC song while waiting for Slayer.
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