One of the greatest movies of all time, Bruce Campbell vs. The Army of Darkness, and if you don't agree - you have a problem I can't pronounce. Or, maybe you just don't have a sense of humor? Well, now that I think of it, I'm probably not the best OVERALL judge of a "sense of humor". Probably, a better analogy is if you like reading the comics in The New Yorker then stop reading this post now.
As I was saying, the one of the top ten comedies of all time is Army of Darkness starring Bruce Campbell. This video from YouTube is a GREAT line from the movie. Boomstick. There are so many lines in this movie that it makes me think of all the great movie quotes that you could substitute in everyday language and, who knows, one might be able to actually not have an original word all day if you just quoted movie lines.
Which brings me to my initiative, Movie-line Day. Movie-line Day will be a day in which all manner of conversation will occur but, all content must be delivered in movie quotes. It will rock! However, here is a caveat...you can't just quote lines from one movie. Whoever the dillrod is that only quotes Napoleon Dynamite, or Caddy Shack shall be slapped. Yes, you can quote from the movie more than once, but two parties may not substitute meaningful dialog by trading lines back and forth between Fight Club. No, the real trick will be to quote lines from movies, or maybe Rap songs that actually substitute for actual conversation.
If you can't actually pull off an entire day of only quotes from famous movies then you must make several points during the day from movie, rap, or 80's television shows in the following manner:
"The Poet Mike Seaver said....", or "The Poet Ice T has said...", or The Famous Poet Cool Hand Luke once said...".
Take that Churchill chumps.