How true is that scene in The Wire in which [RELAYS BACK FAVORITE SCENE FROM THE WIRE, USUALLY THE ONE WITH OMAR MEETING UP WITH BROTHER MOUZONE]?
And this is when people aren't quoting back to you the Bradley Cooper line from Wedding Crashers about crab cakes and football.
Do you park your car in Harvard Yard?
"You can't even park a car in Harvard Yard," says my co-author Matt Lynch, Harvard Class of ’03, as he ruefully laughs and adjusts his tie in the Porcellian Club bathroom, before being asked to leave because he's not a member of the Porcellian Club and no one can figure out how he got in.
Do you know Michael Moore?
What? No, who's he? (Watches Roger & Me) ... Wait, you mean to tell me Michigan's manufacturing base has declined severely with drastic repercussions statewide... I had no idea!
Why are you so nice all the time?
It's actually really complicated, but fix yourself some hot dish, read this, and you'll understand much, much better.
Have you checked the national obesity rates recently?
*Spills sweet tea all over laptop*
What was it like growing up in the South?
Missouri is most definitely the Midwest. Though you could be forgiven for being confused if you're in the Ozarks.
Do you know Joe Montana? Wait... do you know HANNAH Montana?
Oddly, people with the last name "Montana" are not terribly common in Montana. However, Joe Mantegna does visit on occasion. Particularly during huckleberry season.
Can you do something about this?
*Takes out a bag of unhusked corn and stares pointedly, slowly raising eyebrows while backing away deliberately*
How often do things that happen in Vegas actually end up circulating in other parts of the state, despite the local Draconian laws prohibiting those things?
We can imagine that being an issue, especially if people commute to work there, you know?