"It's all gravy"
"It's all gravy"
Usually when I'm mad at someone or I just want to creep them out (Usually the latter) I'll say, "Fluffles is not happy, Fluffles is not having fun."
A lot of times though, when I'm saying something and the situation gets really awkward, I'll start talking quieter and quieter until I just trail off.
Not really a catchphrase, but it's something I do a lot
"That's what she said".
I say it as often as possible. Yes, I am one of "those people". ^_^
I also say "Shank" While poking someone. They get so annoyed and confused, lol! It means poke, or stab or whatever!
I use the word "EPIC" a lot, even when the situation doesn't have to do with epic.
"Shut yo butt"
"I am blacker than you."
"What crack are you smoking, dude?"
Hang the DJ.
"Having fun, are we?"
Sometimes I change the "Having fun" part, but it's still a catchphrase.
The catchphrase I use for online things (that aren't BMGf)?
"I HAVE NO INSIDE VOICE!!!!!!!
ALL CAPS LOCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ALL THE TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
(and sometimes I use "INDOOR" rather than "INSIDE", because it's easier to get the joke)
Yeah, three guesses as to where that came from...
Last edited by Astraea; 12th December 2011 at 10:20 PM.
I say "Dude", "epic", and "yo" a lot, and say "What the pie?" instead of a choice word that some people use :P
But that's as close as I get to a catchphrase, xD
I say "Alright" a lot, and probably "hang on" too
Haha my co-workers and I stole one from the show "Awkward" and we've spread it to our managers and such.
We'll say, "You're Welcome." in a snide and silly way whenever we do something for someone else, offer an obvious suggestion that the other person wasn't thinking of, etc.
"Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious."
Ahaha, no doubt "ما في" (pronounced ma fee). It means "there is none/no".
I say it... a lot xD Just because.
mine is probably "aww jeepers" my orchestra/jazz band teacher got me saying it.
Mine are probably just random stuff from Rage Comics, such as "Challenge Accepted/Completed" and "Close Enough." :P