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Title: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 11, 2006, 05:50:24 pm
Has this been posted?
http://slangcity.com/movie_quote/brokeback_mountain.htm
Maybe we should start our own?

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: littleguitar on April 11, 2006, 05:59:16 pm
You have no idea how strong my desire becomes! I'm not you. I can't survive on making love to you up here on the mountain once or twice a year! You are too much for me Ennis, you horrible person! I wish I knew how to leave you.

ROFL! for some reason that part cracked me up!  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: EnnisDelMar on April 11, 2006, 06:07:40 pm
They butchered this..

"Ennis: I figure we got a one-shot deal going on here.
Jack: It's nobody's business but ours.
Ennis: You know I ain't queer.
Jack: Neither am I."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Front-Ranger on April 11, 2006, 06:11:01 pm
What I'd really like to see is something on "Ennis decoded"--a line of Ennis dialogue along with our interpretations of what it means. For instance, what does "When you don't got nothin you don't need nothin" mean???  ???
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: littleguitar on April 11, 2006, 06:14:11 pm
Brandon I'm with you on that, and that wasn't even the interpretation, they just thought that was the actual line ROFL

My take on "when you don't got nothing you don't need nothing"...

someone who lives his whole life with very little is comfortable with very little... also, I think it can be said that "when you don't got nothing" is a reference to no longer having Jack, that makes the material things in life somewhat meaningless...
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: MaineWriter on April 11, 2006, 06:18:08 pm
"All the travelin' I've done is going 'round the coffee pot lookin' for the handle."

Jack, I have lived my entire life in Wyoming and, as a matter of fact, have not been much further than a 50 mile radius of Riverton.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: DeeDee on April 11, 2006, 06:39:08 pm
Ennis:  "What I dont know, all them things I don't know....will get you killed if I should come to know them.."


New Yawk Style:
" I ever find out you're stickin' it to a man 'ho,  I'm gonna kick your sorry butt to Brooklyn and back."


 :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 11, 2006, 07:26:40 pm
Uh, I've been puttin the blocks to a good-looking little gal in Riverton. A waitress. Says she wants to go to nursing school or sumpn' ...

I've been having sexual relations with an attractive young female cocktail server in my community, just to pass the time and give people the impression that I'm heterosexual. She has outlined her career plans but I didn't pay much attention.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 11, 2006, 07:55:56 pm
What I'd really like to see is something on "Ennis decoded"--a line of Ennis dialogue along with our interpretations of what it means. For instance, what does "When you don't got nothin you don't need nothin" mean???  ???

Okay, I'll have a lash:  "Alma Jnr, when one has little in way of emotional and spiritual fulfilment in one's life and one has lost the love of ones life to murder...making unnecessary material purchases on the part of furnishing one's trailer would be making a statement that one's life is full when, really, one's heart is as empty as one's trailer."

*channelling Hugh Grant here*
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 11, 2006, 07:59:06 pm
I'm sorry, this deserves to be posted here, its hilarious!  :laugh:

Jack: Honestly, I didn't know we were going to be romantic partners again. Oh, that's a big lie! I knew it and I was speeding all the way and couldn't get here fast enough.

Got this one from the link posted down below...

ROFLMAO   :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: j.U.d.E. on April 12, 2006, 05:04:07 am
What I'd really like to see is something on "Ennis decoded"--a line of Ennis dialogue along with our interpretations of what it means. For instance, what does "When you don't got nothin you don't need nothin" mean???  ???

Okay, I'll have a lash:  "Alma Jnr, when one has little in way of emotional and spiritual fulfilment in one's life and one has lost the love of ones life to murder...making unnecessary material purchases on the part of furnishing one's trailer would be making a statement that one's life is full when, really, one's heart is as empty as one's trailer."

*channelling Hugh Grant here*
:laugh: :laugh: Sheyne! If we go on, the film would last 5 hours!

~ j U d E
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 12, 2006, 05:10:27 am
Yeah well try this, an I'll say it just once:

Screenplay:
"I doubt there's a filly that could throw me! Let's get, n'less you wanna sit around tyin knots all day."

Decoded:

Ennis, my sun, my moon, my love - (bolded dialogue is optional), do not fear for my safety, for I am much accomplished at staying a-horse when my mount is skittish, for I am a rodeo cowboy.  May I suggest we attend to our task at hand, now?  For though you have demonstrated skill at securing our foodstuffs, implements and utensils with rope, I feel we should leave and head up the mountain to start work.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Kelda on April 12, 2006, 07:25:09 am
This thread could be one to rival the malaysian subtitles!!

I'm sorry, this deserves to be posted here, its hilarious!  :laugh:

Jack: Honestly, I didn't know we were going to be romantic partners again. Oh, that's a big lie! I knew it and I was speeding all the way and couldn't get here fast enough.

ROFL! That interpreation just makes me think of jack in extremely camp mode... I'm a little teapot and all that!!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: MaineWriter on April 12, 2006, 09:54:05 am
"It must be all yer time a'horseback that makes it so good."

Ennis, my sun, my moon, my love, you are a talented and exquisite lover. The fact that you keep yourself in excellent physical condition through horseback riding must be part of the reason.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on April 12, 2006, 10:12:19 am
Leslie--

It's all about those thigh and rump muscles--

!

 ;)

John
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 12, 2006, 11:50:23 am
I am having a moment of communion with a creative higher being, expressing my gratitude that you neglected to bring along your air-current activated tonal musical device.

I...am...a...robot.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Becky on April 12, 2006, 12:03:54 pm
I am having a moment of communion with a creative higher being, expressing my gratitude that you neglected to bring along your air-current activated tonal musical device.

I...am...a...robot.

LOL Henrypie! You have had me in fits of giggles for the past 5 minutes at that! I especially love the, "expressing my gratitude that you neglected to bring along your air-current activated tonal musical device."

Toodles, I am off to go play myself a "air-current activated tonal musical device" :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 12, 2006, 12:26:48 pm
Hilarious, Sarah!

Perhaps you have transgressed, but for my own part I am still awaiting a sufficiently tempting offer. ;)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 12, 2006, 04:33:18 pm
You would like a mug of something hot and caffeinated, wouldn't you?  And perhaps a slice of scantily fruited dessert?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Becky on April 12, 2006, 04:35:13 pm
You would like a mug of something hot and caffeinated, wouldn't you?  And perhaps a slice of scantily fruited dessert?

LOL Sarah! Can't you just imagaine Homer Simpson saying: "MMMmmmm....scantily fruited dessert!"  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: FuzzyChanny on April 12, 2006, 04:46:45 pm
This is such a funny thread!!

Eloquent Jack can give a much sharper insult with his "Ennis, you horrible person". And the ones you guys added are brilliant too!!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 12, 2006, 04:49:42 pm
You would like a mug of something hot and caffeinated, wouldn't you?  And perhaps a slice of scantily fruited dessert?

LOL Sarah! Can't you just imagaine Homer Simpson saying: "MMMmmmm....scantily fruited dessert!"  :laugh:

Both of these made me laugh out loud! You girls are clever.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 12, 2006, 05:03:34 pm
"My father told me that participants in rodeo are invariably dilletantes who tend toward serial failure."

"That is absolutely not true!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 12, 2006, 05:52:45 pm
If one is unable to alter a set of circumstances, one is obliged to adjust expectations accordingly.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 12, 2006, 06:17:18 pm
I must caution you, I utterly lack skill in the culinary arts. However, I can adroitly maneuver a can opener.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 12, 2006, 08:13:03 pm
You would like a mug of something hot and caffeinated, wouldn't you?  And perhaps a slice of scantily fruited dessert?

You are KILLING me here, Sarah!!!  LOL  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 12, 2006, 08:16:35 pm
Golly, although I have wondered, I don't believe it would be an eroneous assumption on my part that my father committed that murder...
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 12, 2006, 08:57:42 pm
Couldn't resist doing Aguirre's opening monologue:

*car pulls up*

Excuse me gentlemen.  Hey, I don't suppose you're both here because you're interested in the sheep herding position? Well, please do come in.

*all three troop inside*

Now, up on Brokeback Mountain..

*indicates to window with a polite chop of his hand*

...the ruling authority, Forest Services have designated campsites of the flattened pieces of land called alotments.  Unfortunately, those campsites can be rather a fetching distance from where we plan on grazing our flock of sheep. Coyotes and other predators feed off them at night if there's nobody with a big gun nearby, and this diminishes our profits.  What I'd like to demand, is that one of you, lets call you the Camp Tender, to remain in the campsite, to give the impression we're doing the right thing.  And you, Sir, lets call you the Herder, I'd like you to pitch a small tent up on the alotment and sleep with the sheep, but please do it secretly, as I don't wish to have consequences for breaking the law.  To further convey the impression of doing the right thing, eat your breakfast and supper in camp, but sleep up with the sheep. Absolutely. Please do not light a fire up there, not even for warmth as we don't want to tip off the authorities that we're breaking the law. Roll up the tent every morning as well.

*phone rings*

No. No! Definitely, absolutely not, you insistent individual!

*hangs up phone*

You have several blue heelers to assist. You've got a big rifle.  You sleep there. When you worked for me previously, we sustained a loss of 25%.  I don't wish to have that happen again. Camp Tender? Every Friday at midday, travel to the bridge with your mules and a gentleman with supplies will meet you to give you food.  Tomorrow morning, we shall drive you up to begin work.  Thankyou, you may leave.

*optional*  By the way, what are your names?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 12, 2006, 11:06:16 pm
Did your parents not provide you with surname?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 12:25:34 am

Would it be too much to ask for a little variety in our cuisine?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: vkm91941 on April 13, 2006, 12:37:43 am
WoW you guys are so funny, my sides ache and my cheeks are wet from laughing so much.  Thanks so much for that!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 12:45:49 am

Ennis, this joy and elation we feel right now could be permanent if you could see your way to divorcing your wife, leaving your children and spending your life with me.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 12:48:48 am

Well, he said it was his favourite place. I thought he meant it was his favourite place to drink whiskey, not consort with his male lover and cheat on me for 20 years..
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: montferrat on April 13, 2006, 12:49:17 am
my favorite Ennis line... under my avatar....translated:

"pardon me?!"


 ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 12:50:37 am

My friend, I am delighted you are becoming more comfortable with expressing yourself. It so happens what you just said consitutes more speech than you have inparted in a fortnight.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: vkm91941 on April 13, 2006, 12:54:59 am
Well excuse me my dear but I find so few people  worthy of conversation that this is indeed the most I have spoken in 12 months or more
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 01:17:45 am
Is something wrong?
Well yes. Why haven't we received the powdered milk and the potatoes?
We were't able to get any.
That is completely unacceptable. But I realise nothing can be done about it. Try better next time. This is the list for next week.
You've included soup and I distinctly remember you informing me you didn't eat it.
My overconsumption of beans has lead to a fatigue of interest in the taste of them.
O! Unfortunately the summer is long and your fatigue is ill-timed.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: kirkmusic on April 13, 2006, 03:05:21 am
Using brightly coloured raiment and quick movements to lure bulls away from goring rodeo riders such as yourself is simply how I earn my living.  Conserve your monetary wealth so that you may apply for the next contest, participant.


You guys are killing me.  Love this thread.  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:14:50 am
"My father told me that participants in rodeo are invariably dilletantes who tend toward serial failure."

"That is absolutely not true!"

My ABSOLUTE favourite so far...   tend toward serial failure... I have been laughing about this since I read it yesterday morning...
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:19:01 am

I have been sitting over there all night turning down advances from numerous cowboys. Your disinterest bemuses me which is why I decided to come over here and ask you if you would like to dance.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 03:20:34 am
Our herd will once again scatter, unless you diminish the volume you extract from your tonal device.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 03:23:03 am
Want to go at it again a year from now?

Methinks nay, Alma and I will celebrate our nuptials in autumn.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:29:56 am
LOL, Elle!!! I love it..

*mumbled*
Wretched unintelligent, beast-of-burden..


The small tent has a malodrous stench reminiscent of a feline emission or something drastically more offensive.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:33:25 am
Using brightly coloured raiment and quick movements to lure bulls away from goring rodeo riders such as yourself is simply how I earn my living.  Conserve your monetary wealth so that you may apply for the next contest, participant.


You guys are killing me.  Love this thread.  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Kirk, this is hilarious...  more, please???  :laugh:  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: kirkmusic on April 13, 2006, 03:34:26 am
What would be the wisest course of action in this situation?

I suggest, although it will be an enormous investment of time and physical labor, that we decend into the mixed herd, differentiate the sheep from our flock from those of the Chilean flock, and make as commendable an attempt as we can to recreate the original status of our seperate herds. ???
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:37:00 am

Ennis? The volume and nature of noise your are making suggests you are cold. As the chattering of your teeth is disturbing my own slumber, would you please join me in the tent so as we are both comfortable?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: kirkmusic on April 13, 2006, 03:39:07 am

*mumbled*
Wretched unintelligent, beast-of-burden..


The small tent has a malodrous stench reminiscent of a feline emission or something drastically more offensive.

Back at you Sheyne.  You've been cracking me up this whole thread.  I wish I were a teacher so I'd know the quality words that you know.  Malodorous indeed. :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 03:46:11 am
Kirk, the quality of your words is sublime!

 
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: kirkmusic on April 13, 2006, 03:47:28 am
Where could you have gotten to all this time?  I spend all day exerting myself tending to the animals in our charge, I arrive at our temporary domicile famished and all I find are overly familiar legumes!

Thanks, Clarissa. :)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:51:24 am

LOL!!!! Classic!!  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 03:52:48 am
I say, Old Chap, there's a bit of information I've been intending to impart.  Regretfully, it appears as though it shan't be til the autumn that I shall be able to join you for our next high-altitude rendez vous.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:54:45 am
Hey, Ennis, are you familiar with a fellow by the name of Jack?

*Ennis's thoughts: Of course, wife dear. He took my virginity and we fell in love four years ago on Brokeback Mountain where I enjoyed several of the best months of my whole life. I haven't seen him since but I think about him often in the shower.* Maybe. Why?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 03:56:23 am
I say, Old Chap, there's a bit of information I've been intending to impart.  Regretfully, it appears as though it shan't be til the autumn that I shall be able to join you for our next high-altitude rendez vous.

Old Chap... why can I imagine Ennis saying this with a plum in his mouth and a toffy aristocratic accent?  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 04:06:50 am
Good day, Monroe!  Is Alma here?

Yeah, she's in the condiments aisle.

Excellent, I'll proceed there straightaway.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 06:58:33 am

Hey Mr Aguirre. I have dropped in to canvas any employment opportunities this summer.
I don't plan on hiring you.
There are no opportunities whatsoever? In particular, on Brokeback Mountain?
I don't plan on hiring you, as you demonstrated yourself to be a practicing homosexual.

*pause*

I don't suppose Ennis del Mar has come canvassing similar opportunities?
I have choked on this revulsion for a full year and now I have to express my disgust at the way you two former employees chose to use the time given to you while herding sheep last year.  You weren't being paid to make love to each other while the dogs sat by the flock of sheep you were paid to guard. Now take your leave or I shall throw a little tanty.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 13, 2006, 09:01:03 am
These are SO funny. I would copy my favorite lines, but there are just too many.


Jack Twist?! Jack Unseemly!! Sir, I charge that your various wilderness excursions, ostensibly made with the intention of procuring freshwater commestibles, were in fact undertaken for another purpose altogether!

Alma, you are woefully uninformed on this subject!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 09:05:57 am

LOL!!! I'm laughing out loud here, which has incurred the wrath of the sleeping folk upstairs..

That was fantastic, latjoreme...  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

You ain't a lawyer by any chance, are ya?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Becky on April 13, 2006, 09:17:57 am
Ohh I have one! I am extra good at being Stephen Fry-like!

Even if I required to understand this certain situation, I don’t believe I could get a expression in the midst of Lashawn sufficient enough to question. That particular female converses a sapphire strip.

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: I love this thread! Keep on with the Stephen Fry-ness!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 09:39:18 am
This is the last one for me... I'm going to bed...  *yawns*


Daddy, please rub some manly salt into the wounds of Mother's new, wimpy, effeminate shop-owning, electric-knife-toting husband, by regaling this small gathering with the overt masculinity of your rodeo pursuits.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 13, 2006, 09:53:02 am
You ain't a lawyer by any chance, are ya?

Nope, a writer. And back atcha! I've loved your posts.

To me, this thread sounds like "If Brokeback had been written by Jane Austen ..."

Please dispatch a missive apprising me as to your availability on the aforementioned date.

You may place a wager on it.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 12:57:33 pm
Husband mine, wouldst thou takest thine hankie to perform ablutions upon thine firstborn's nasal secretions?

Wouldst that I were thricely-appendaged, with all my heart, aye, I would.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 13, 2006, 01:57:13 pm
I'm going out of town for three days, away (sob!) from computer contact. I expect by the time I get back to find you guys have the entire movie translated.


What is our next course of action?

By my calculations, we lack alternatives. I'm embroiled in my current circumstances. Garnering an income consumes much of my schedule, of late.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: DeeDee on April 13, 2006, 01:59:01 pm
Husband mine, wouldst thou takest thine hankie to perform ablutions upon thine firstborn's nasal secretions?

Wouldst that I were thricely-appendaged, with all my heart, aye, I would.

LMAO...ROTF.. :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Daniel on April 13, 2006, 02:03:17 pm
So when we perform this for Brandon, are these the lines we're using, lol.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 13, 2006, 02:13:05 pm
Fie upon Aguirre!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 13, 2006, 02:41:14 pm
Does your heritage include individuals who possess agronomical facilities?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: wtbgirl on April 13, 2006, 02:45:47 pm
LMFAO - somewhere around the middle it began evolving into Stephen Fry's Brokeback Mountain and now it's reaching back in time into iambic pentameters  - in fact we could replace the "You son of a whore-son bitch" with any of the folowing Shakespearen insults, followed by the new version of the now world-famous "I wish I knew how to quit you":

"Thou cockered clapper-clawed baranacle!
Thou mammering doghearted scut!
Thou currish rude-growing varlet!
Thou bootless tardy-gaited hedge-pig!

But quit thou: O spite! Alas I, Jack, poor knight! What dreadful dole is here?"




 
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: cmr107 on April 13, 2006, 02:54:31 pm
If a pair a fine, upstanding gentlemen such as yourselves are seeking employment, I would advise you each to get your underweight physical beings into my place of business without hesitation.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: cmr107 on April 13, 2006, 02:58:05 pm
I do believe that you are at fault, sir, for my being the way that I am in this point in time.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 13, 2006, 02:59:43 pm
I am encouraging you to press the flesh of my lower appendages, you figure of a person or an animal manipulated by a ventriloquist.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: twistedude on April 13, 2006, 03:07:29 pm
(I think the translation is the original article is faulty: "I have nothing; I don't belong anywhere." I think Ennis really meant: "I'm nothin', I'm nowhere."

Also from the original article: the translator makes a point of saying that "bitch" is usually used in addressing a female, but Jack calls Ennis SON of a whoreson bitch", not "bitch". Male, not female.)

No, Mrs. Twist, you're incorrect. In the summer of 1963, your husband Jack and I were herding sheep on Brokebaclk Mountain--it is not a place of fantasy, where the blue birds sing and there's a whiskey spring, as you sarcastically suggested, and as the song goes...
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: cmr107 on April 13, 2006, 03:19:16 pm
Whether rapid or sluggish, I am simply appreciative of the course you are currently taking.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 13, 2006, 03:20:07 pm
Have you visited our neighbors to the south, Jack Twist? Because I've been informed about the accomodations they can provide there for gentlemen of your predisposition.

Why yes, I've traveled in Mexico. Are you posing an objection?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 13, 2006, 03:24:19 pm
I am a different sort of individual than yourself. I am not fully satisfied with engaging in sexual relations at lofty elevations on an occasional basis.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: twistedude on April 13, 2006, 03:28:07 pm
Either:

Ennis: I am sorry I was rude to you this morning.

Jack: Don't give it another thought, don't.

OR:'

jACK: I'm sorry I made you feel so uncomfortable by seducing you; I know this is all new to you. But, really,  it is perfectly natural that we should feel this way about eachother, it really is. please relax and be at ease; follow your feelings. (as a funny little green being will say in a movie about 14 years from now)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Becky on April 13, 2006, 04:23:14 pm
I am soo happy I saved these before my computer crashed!
The first is between Cassie and Ennis and is my favourite out of the two:

Ennis:
Grueling occupation, is it?

Cassie:
Indeed, inebriated citizens similar to your good self, demanding alcoholic beverage after alcoholic beverage, and lighting tobacco based pleasures. This has become tedious to me over the time I have been working here. May I ask; what tasks do you take pleasure in during your hours of work, Mr. Ennis delMar?

Ennis:
Just this morrow I was castrating several of the fine bovine species that I help maintain.
(for some reason this really tickled me, even though I wrote it, and I was sat here laughing at it for ages)

The second is between Jack and Ennis:
Jack:
November? What in torment occurred to August? Oh Lord, Ennis, you had a entire seven day period to acquaint me with this circumstance. Furthermore why be it we for eternity are in these blooming chilly conditions? We must depart south, anywhere it is temperate, both of us jolly chaps should go to the Mexican region.

Ennis:
The region of Mexico?
Goodness…you are acquainted with me. As regards to all of the wandering I boast, going around a caffeinated beverage container and searching for the instrument with which I pick the container up is all I have achieved to this day.

I am loving this thread! I love trying to sound really posh and Stephen Fry-like! :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: kirkmusic on April 13, 2006, 04:53:29 pm
Jack Twist?! Jack Unseemly!!
Fie upon Aguirre!

LOL!!!  OMFG that's funny!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 04:58:59 pm
I'm going out of town for three days, away (sob!) from computer contact.

Wow, in three days you can have lots of acronyms done!  I'll look forward to it, Katherine.  And will miss you.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: DeeDee on April 13, 2006, 05:05:59 pm
Have you visited our neighbors to the south, Jack Twist? Because I've been informed about the accomodations they can provide there for gentlemen of your predisposition.

Why yes, I've traveled in Mexico. Are you posing an objection?

I do believe that you are at fault, sir, for my being the way that I am in this point in time.


omg.. ROTF  you guys are killing me...... :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: twistedude on April 13, 2006, 05:16:35 pm
Did you al read the French subtitles (or--horrors--the French dubbing) for "Jack Twist? Jack NASTY!"

"Jack Twist? Jack Contre La Nature!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Aloysius J. Gleek on April 13, 2006, 07:14:44 pm
Ok, I'm startin' late, gimme time to warm up:

Alma, Jr. to Cassie:

"It may very well be that the marriage estate is not properly his."

Fayette Newsome upon enering the nursery:

"Rejoice, my darling, we bring you Six Score containers of lactate simulate--Husband, where have you contrived to hide them?"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 13, 2006, 07:20:31 pm
Why by Jove, 120 is six score.  Well done, Man!

"Dee-diddle-ee-ighted to make your acquaintance, Ennis del Mar."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 13, 2006, 07:55:37 pm

Now that you have mentioned our first and only son, did you make contact with his educational institution about arranging extra assistance?

Husband, I believe that task was your own.

Nay, I have established a precident of asserting myself hence we have difficult relations and they are unwilling to partake in further communications with me.  I suggest you try contacting them yourself, wife.

I accept. However, the task I am currently engaged is is far more personally important to me than securing the best education for my child. I will attend to it when all other important tasks are discharged.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 13, 2006, 10:06:07 pm
"Dee-diddle-ee-ighted to make your acquaintance, Ennis del Mar."

Haha, are you channeling Flanders on that one?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: FuzzyChanny on April 14, 2006, 02:04:56 pm
Did you al read the French subtitles (or--horrors--the French dubbing) for "Jack Twist? Jack NASTY!"

"Jack Twist? Jack Contre La Nature!"

I am in love with that!! Must use it somewhere!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 14, 2006, 07:30:33 pm
"Dee-diddle-ee-ighted to make your acquaintance, Ennis del Mar."

Haha, are you channeling Flanders on that one?

Yes!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 15, 2006, 04:50:38 pm
I'm going out of town for three days, away (sob!) from computer contact.

Wow, in three days you can have lots of acronyms done!  I'll look forward to it, Katherine.  And will miss you.

Thanks, Elle! And I missed you guys so much I actually had to go to a public library, get on a computer, and check in! So I've been hunched in my carroll, giggling hysterically over this thread, the wondrous acronyms threads and the photo thread where Kirkmusic poses as Jake (it's not that you don't look great as Jake, Kirkmusic, because you do, it's the concept that's hilarious!) Anyway, I'm being disruptive.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 15, 2006, 05:05:53 pm
I must caution you, I utterly lack skill in the culinary arts. However, I can adroitly maneuver a can opener.

Oh my, I really needed to find this thread tonight, was feeling a bit dejected (saw too much of that Pope on tv today!). SO funny, you are genii! (geniuses??).
I love in particular this quote, and the former by you too,
Katherine!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 15, 2006, 05:10:25 pm
Thanks, Isabelle!

And Sparkle, I have to tell you that I read this one Thursday afternoon and thought, "What the --?" Completely stumped. Finally, after three hours of driving (and thinking about -- well, what else?) I suddenly got it and laughed.

I am encouraging you to press the flesh of my lower appendages, you figure of a person or an animal manipulated by a ventriloquist.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 15, 2006, 05:17:41 pm
Did you al read the French subtitles (or--horrors--the French dubbing) for "Jack Twist? Jack NASTY!"

"Jack Twist? Jack Contre La Nature!"

Oh blimey, this is even worse than the French translation of the short story! Is this what the French subtitles of the MOVIE on DVD say???
At the theater, the French subtitles were really not so bad (it didn't say 'Jack contre la nature!!)/color]
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 15, 2006, 05:30:43 pm
Ennis: "This relationship we have started is only in passing."

Jack: "No one but us needs to kow about it"

Ennis:"You know, I am not one to engage in sex with men"

Jack:" God almighty, neither am I!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: DeeDee on April 15, 2006, 05:38:01 pm
Ennis: "This relationship we have started is only in passing."

Jack: "No one but us needs to kow about it"

Ennis:"You know, I am not one to engage in sex with other men"

Jack:" God almighty, neither am I!"


LOL...You people are too funny
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Chaplin_fan on April 15, 2006, 07:52:41 pm
"...if we're together, and this thing grabs hold of us, in the wrong place, the wrong time....we're dead"

If our overwhelming desire for one another consumes us to the point where we come together and are seen by others while passionately embracing, with probing tongues, we will be murdered.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 15, 2006, 09:39:32 pm

Although I have observed the habit of a woman to apply makeup to her proboscis before attending a social function, I am thoroughly bemused by her predilection to engage in same before leaving the function. She is only leaving the function to perambulate to her residence to slumber!

I cannot contribute an educated opinion. And should I thus wish to become educated, I am afraid I would not receive co-operation from my spouse as she is most always communicating with such verbal rapidity as to make me unable to interrupt to inquire for an explanation of feminine customs.

She is a woman of spirit.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 16, 2006, 09:02:00 am
Thanks, Isabelle!

And Sparkle, I have to tell you that I read this one Thursday afternoon and thought, "What the --?" Completely stumped. Finally, after three hours of driving (and thinking about -- well, what else?) I suddenly got it and laughed.

I am encouraging you to press the flesh of my lower appendages, you figure of a person or an animal manipulated by a ventriloquist.

Oh. I suck so much. I thought it was hilarious and wondered why no one else thought it was funny! I feel stoopit!
"I'm tryin' to get a foot rub, dummy."

I see the problem. It looks like I started channeling The Coneheads.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on April 16, 2006, 11:17:49 am
I am encouraging you to press the flesh of my lower appendages, you figure of a person or an animal manipulated by a ventriloquist.

Sparkle, I got it right away and loved it right away.  I love them all.  It feels like it would be intrusive and repetitive to keep saying that.  I love them all and hope everyone keeps em coming!!

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: silkncense on April 16, 2006, 11:43:12 am

Ennis:  Your expression leads me to believe you have a comment to make.  Please proceed.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 16, 2006, 11:44:50 am

Ennis:  Your expression leads me to believe you have a comment to make.  Please proceed.

Great one! Wonderful Ennis: he can say so much in so few words!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 16, 2006, 06:04:23 pm
As Jack sits alone in the dark on the mountain tending the sheep, a glow is seen from Ennis' campfire in the valley

= "But soft!  What light through yonder window breaks?"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: DeeDee on April 16, 2006, 06:08:11 pm
Oh. I suck so much. I thought it was hilarious and wondered why no one else thought it was funny! I feel stoopit!
"I'm tryin' to get a foot rub, dummy."




Don't feel stoopid...When I realized what that was, I laughed for 2 days..
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 16, 2006, 07:46:15 pm
As Jack sits alone in the dark on the mountain tending the sheep, a glow is seen from Ennis' campfire in the valley

= "But soft!  What light through yonder window breaks?"

Tis the east.. and Ennis is the sun... arise fair sun and kill the envious moon who is already sick and pale with grief....


From 1st Tent Scene:

Jack (grabbing Ennis's hand for the first time): Come to thy heart as that within my breast!

(Ennis jerks away)

Jack: O,wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?

Ennis: (in low gutteral "whaarryuun" type voice) What satisfaction canst thou have tonight?

Jack: Th'exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine!

(Ennis hauls Jack onto all fours and shoves his jeans down.)

Jack: ...Or this works too.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Becky on April 16, 2006, 07:50:42 pm
LOL Sheyne! I am having to gag myself cause I promised I would only be 10 minutes on the computer and it is now an hour later and my parents are asleep! You guys are really good at this, you would have thought me being English and all I would have been good at this, but mine have all turned out crappy so far. Anyway gotta run, I need to go to bed. I will talk to you tomorrow! :-*
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 17, 2006, 05:08:38 pm
As Jack sits alone in the dark on the mountain tending the sheep, a glow is seen from Ennis' campfire in the valley

= "But soft!  What light through yonder window breaks?"

Tis the east.. and Ennis is the sun... arise fair sun and kill the envious moon who is already sick and pale with grief....


From 1st Tent Scene:

Jack (grabbing Ennis's hand for the first time): Come to thy heart as that within my breast!

(Ennis jerks away)

Jack: O,wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?

Ennis: (in low gutteral "whaarryuun" type voice) What satisfaction canst thou have tonight?

Jack: Th'exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine!

(Ennis hauls Jack onto all fours and shoves his jeans down.)

Jack: ...Or this works too.



Love the Shakespearian turn this has taken. More, please!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: vkm91941 on April 17, 2006, 05:56:47 pm
As Jack sits alone in the dark on the mountain tending the sheep, a glow is seen from Ennis' campfire in the valley

= "But soft!  What light through yonder window breaks?"

Tis the east.. and Ennis is the sun... arise fair sun and kill the envious moon who is already sick and pale with grief....


From 1st Tent Scene:

Jack (grabbing Ennis's hand for the first time): Come to thy heart as that within my breast!

(Ennis jerks away)

Jack: O,wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?

Ennis: (in low gutteral "whaarryuun" type voice) What satisfaction canst thou have tonight?

Jack: Th'exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine!

(Ennis hauls Jack onto all fours and shoves his jeans down.)

Jack: ...Or this works too.



Love the Shakespearian turn this has taken. More, please!

AUTHOR! AUTHOR!  That is so funny!!!.....More Brokeback Romeo and Jacklette  P*L*E*AS*E*
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 17, 2006, 06:20:35 pm
Jimbo the loser to Jack - "Get thee to a Nunnery!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 18, 2006, 11:41:41 am
Oh. I suck so much. I thought it was hilarious and wondered why no one else thought it was funny! I feel stoopit!
"I'm tryin' to get a foot rub, dummy."
I see the problem. It looks like I started channeling The Coneheads.

Oh no, Sparkle!!!!! Now I'm the one who feels stupid. I didn't say that as a criticism of your post, only as an admission of my own dunderheaded delayed response. When I finally got it, I thought it was hilarious. Please accept my apologies for the misunderstanding!!!!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 18, 2006, 11:57:12 am
Don't apologize! It's not a big deal at all. I didn't  :'( or anything. I actually  :laugh: a little because what I posted was pretty out there. So,  ;).
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on April 18, 2006, 02:03:43 pm
I think what threw me was, when you mentioned pressing the flesh of lower appendages, I forgot all about Cassie and was thinking about the men -- maybe cause that's whose lower appendages I would want to press the flesh of! (And I don't just mean their feet. ;))
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 18, 2006, 02:17:37 pm
From 1st Tent Scene:

Jack (grabbing Ennis's hand for the first time): Come to thy heart as that within my breast!

(Ennis jerks away)

Jack: O,wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?

Ennis: (in low gutteral "whaarryuun" type voice) What satisfaction canst thou have tonight?

Jack: Th'exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine!

(Ennis hauls Jack onto all fours and shoves his jeans down.)

Jack: ...Or this works too.


LOL!  Sheyne:  Bill (as in Shakespeare) would be very proud!  ;D

Sheyne, my 'Shakespearean' got nothing on yours but here goes: ... ;)

When Jack and Ennis part ways, Jack thinks:

"O Ennis, Ennis, I gaze at thine retreating figure, thine shadow falls like a dark cloud on this breaking, heaving chest of mine.   Thou art my purest love, your light doth shineth on the haze of my mind.
Why?  O why the fuck dost thou leaveth me in such turmoil ?? Why my sweetest love? Why?"

 ;)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 18, 2006, 02:31:53 pm
 O why the fuck dost thou leaveth me in such turmoil ??

 ;)
[/quote]

LOL, Lucise, LOVE it! I might have had more fun studying Shakespeare had he thrown in a few 'f***s'!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: nakymaton on April 18, 2006, 03:32:57 pm
You guys are absolutely brilliant.

It is my utmost desire to have the information necessary to enable me to terminate our intimate relationship.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: DeeDee on April 18, 2006, 03:45:53 pm
You guys are absolutely brilliant.

It is my utmost desire to have the information necessary to enable me to terminate our intimate relationship.



ROTF :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 18, 2006, 04:12:20 pm

It is my utmost desire to have the information necessary to enable me to terminate our intimate relationship.

LOL!  Maybe throw in a few handshakes 'a la Robot-style' too... :D
Isabelle - Lord knows Shakespeare was just dying to use the F word, I just know it ;)

I know Bill Shakespeare might be rolling in his grave, but..*sigh*

Jack's thoughts as he lies in the tent, wondering if Ennis will come to him:

O calm thyself fluttering heart of mine,
Rest assured in thine frailty that thou art resigned to his beauty, and captivated by his manly charms.
O Ennis, tis true that I'd payeth all the sovereigns in the Kingdom to lie with you tonight.
O Ennis, I asketh thee not to be my sucker, but my one and only love.
O Ennis, wilt thou not sooth the bulge that groweth in my cod-piece?
O my beloved Ennis ...

;)
p/s: Sucker = a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of  :P


Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 18, 2006, 04:21:42 pm
p/s: Sucker = a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of  :P



[/quote]

And only that? I may not be so good at English as I thought, then...
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 18, 2006, 04:26:10 pm
Quote
p/s: Sucker = a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of  :P


And only that? I may not be so good at English as I thought, then...

"Wha...? Really? Other meanings you say....hunh? "  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Pipedream on April 19, 2006, 03:44:12 am
Ennis:

Dear children, am I right in assuming that you’d appreciate it if I set your swinging devices into motion?   


 :)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 19, 2006, 07:23:36 am
As Jack sits alone in the dark on the mountain tending the sheep, a glow is seen from Ennis' campfire in the valley

= "But soft!  What light through yonder window breaks?"

Tis the east.. and Ennis is the sun... arise fair sun and kill the envious moon who is already sick and pale with grief....


From 1st Tent Scene:

Jack (grabbing Ennis's hand for the first time): Come to thy heart as that within my breast!

(Ennis jerks away)

Jack: O,wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?

Ennis: (in low gutteral "whaarryuun" type voice) What satisfaction canst thou have tonight?

Jack: Th'exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine!

(Ennis hauls Jack onto all fours and shoves his jeans down.)

Jack: ...Or this works too.



Love the Shakespearian turn this has taken. More, please!

AUTHOR! AUTHOR!  That is so funny!!!.....More Brokeback Romeo and Jacklette  P*L*E*AS*E*

Please be patient with me... I am working on transcribing some more Much Ado About Brokeback, but I have a hellishly busy rest-of-the-week... more soon, I promise.. You guys have just opened Pandora's box, I hope you realise. I'm a Shakespeare NUT and you got no idea what you've let yourselves in for!!!   ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Pipedream on April 19, 2006, 08:24:01 am

Please be patient with me... I am working on transcribing some more Much Ado About Brokeback, but I have a hellishly busy rest-of-the-week... more soon, I promise.. You guys have just opened Pandora's box, I hope you realise. I'm a Shakespeare NUT and you got no idea what you've let yourselves in for!!!   ;D ;D ;D

That's not fair Sheyne, first you ask for patience and then you make us this curious !  :) But yeah, go ahead! Give old Shakespeare a proper make over!

Here's another contribution:

Dear father in law, it might have slipped past your attention, but the building you are currently profaning with your presence is in my possession. The adolescent sitting there at our table is the product of an intimate encounter between me and your beloved daughter. And you are not usually dwelling here and therefore in no position to interfere in my educational methods. Considered all this, may I kindly suggest that you take a seat again? Should you choose not to comply with this instruction, I shall actually feel compelled to inflict considerable pain on your backside with my foot.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Pipedream on April 19, 2006, 08:52:02 am
Did you al read the French subtitles (or--horrors--the French dubbing) for "Jack Twist? Jack NASTY!"

"Jack Twist? Jack Contre La Nature!"

Oh blimey, this is even worse than the French translation of the short story! Is this what the French subtitles of the MOVIE on DVD say???
At the theater, the French subtitles were really not so bad (it didn't say 'Jack contre la nature!!)/color]

In the German dubbed version they turned "Jack Nasty" into "Jack, das Schwein".
Do I have to translate that? Guess not.

 :-\
 
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: isabelle on April 19, 2006, 10:34:30 am
Did you al read the French subtitles (or--horrors--the French dubbing) for "Jack Twist? Jack NASTY!"

"
In the German dubbed version they turned "Jack Nasty" into "Jack, das Schwein".
Do I have to translate that? Guess not.

 :-\
 

The pig? It is horrible, but less risible than 'contre la nature'!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 19, 2006, 11:24:20 am

Dear father in law, it might have slipped past your attention, but the building you are currently profaning with your presence is in my possession. The adolescent sitting there at our table is the product of an intimate encounter between me and your beloved daughter. And you are not usually dwelling here and therefore in no position to interfere in my educational methods. Considered all this, may I kindly suggest that you take a seat again? Should you choose not to comply with this instruction, I shall actually feel compelled to inflict considerable pain on your backside with my foot.


lol  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 19, 2006, 11:43:28 am
Ennis to the dirty ol' biker dudes:

If you do not proceed with immediate effect to stop the precipitation of such blatant profanity in the distinguished company of my spouse and our offspring, I will be incited to forcibly extract the venom that resides in a certain orifice located on your extremely-less-than-spellbinding countenance.

Jack tells Ennis how he redlined it all the way:

I was more than aware of my intense yearning to lay my otherwise downcast eyes on your mesmerizing physique.  Neither the sun nor the stars in all their prowess could dislodge my thoughts from the intention of expeditiously seeking the pleasurable encounter of your company.

;)  Lets have so'more folks!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 19, 2006, 04:27:17 pm
Wherefore, mother?  We shall sup upon the meats of this feast for a fortnight hence!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 19, 2006, 11:09:31 pm
For all of us uneducated folk (me), can someone explain who Stephen Fry is?  O0
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 20, 2006, 03:39:01 am
For all of us uneducated folk (me), can someone explain who Stephen Fry is?  O0

Stephen Fry is an openly gay, HILARIOUS Brit comedian / writer / actor. Chuck his name into IMDb (but wash your hands afterwards... lol.. that was nasty I know) and you'll see a list of his works.  He was General Melchett in Blackadder with Rowan Atkinson, he starred with Hugh Laurie (from House) in a comic show "A bit of Fry and Laurie" or something.  One things for sure, he's a bit of a sacred cow in England - I mean, you can't see the Oscars giving the host role to an openly gay person, can you?  But we already knew that the Brits are more evolved - Stephen Fry hosted the BAFTA's this year and did an absolutely wonderful job - he introduced Jake G (who was presenting an award) by saying something like "... an incredibly talented young man about whom I could wax lyrical all night.. and indeed for whom, last night, I just plain waxed. I hope he'll notice!"  I think YouTube still have this clip - its very funny.. straight after Fry said that, it cut to Jake waiting off stage giggling and shaking his head.  Mmmm... very nice.

Hope that helps. Definitely check out IMDb for him, its a very comprehensive list of his stuff.

Cheers,
Sheyne.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 20, 2006, 04:21:07 am
Sheyne, do you per chance have a link for the Youtube clip?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: kirkmusic on April 20, 2006, 04:29:18 am
If she doesn't I can email it to you Ray.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 20, 2006, 04:31:15 am
Ennis talking to Mr & Mrs Twist after saying he couldn't tell them how badly he felt:

I had a friend called Jack
He died, He died

Lureen said he was sleeping
She Lied, She Lied

Why oh why is my mate dead
Couldn't that tyre rim have hit me instead?

I'm the sahaaadest man
In fro-ont of you!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 20, 2006, 04:34:41 am
If she doesn't I can email it to you Ray.

Kirk, I sent you a PM.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Sheyne on April 20, 2006, 06:19:03 am

Ray, did you photoshop your mop onto Homer's head?!??!!?  LOL...  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

I don't have the link for the You Tube clip unfortunately.  If Kirk hasn't already sent it to you, let me know and I can email it to you..
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 20, 2006, 11:58:41 am
Ennis talking to Mr & Mrs Twist after saying he couldn't tell them how badly he felt:

I had a friend called Jack
He died, He died

Lureen said he was sleeping
She Lied, She Lied

Why oh why is my mate dead
Couldn't that tyre rim have hit me instead?

I'm the sahaaadest man
In fro-ont of you!


 :'(

Also noticed the mop on Homer's head..LMFAO.. ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 20, 2006, 04:58:46 pm
Ennis talking to Mr & Mrs Twist after saying he couldn't tell them how badly he felt:

I had a friend called Jack
He died, He died

Lureen said he was sleeping
She Lied, She Lied

Why oh why is my mate dead
Couldn't that tyre rim have hit me instead?

I'm the sahaaadest man
In fro-ont of you!


 :'(


Lisa Simpson inspired!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Pipedream on April 21, 2006, 05:16:40 am
Okay folks, it's my lyrical day today:

Ennis: I'm gonna tell you this one time, Jack fuckin' Twist, an' I ain't foolin'. What I don't know - all them things I don't know - could get you killed if I come to know them. I mean it.

Translates into:

Hey Jack, my little sweetie,
I thought we had a treaty!
I always was convinced, you see,
The only man for you was me! 
Now, should you teach me otherwise
About them things that I despise,
I'd really recommend you run
Because I’d have to kill you hun'!
And one thing there is yet to add:
This ain't no joke. It's true. You bet!   

 :-*
 
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 21, 2006, 08:28:07 am
I love you, Ray.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ray on April 21, 2006, 10:33:00 am
I love you, Ray.

hehehe, and I love you my friend.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on April 21, 2006, 01:52:51 pm
Okay folks, it's my lyrical day today:

Ennis: I'm gonna tell you this one time, Jack fuckin' Twist, an' I ain't foolin'. What I don't know - all them things I don't know - could get you killed if I come to know them. I mean it.

Translates into:

Hey Jack, my little sweetie,
I thought we had a treaty!
I always was convinced, you see,
The only man for you was me! 
Now, should you teach me otherwise
About them things that I despise,
I'd really recommend you run
Because I’d have to kill you hun'!
And one thing there is yet to add:
This ain't no joke. It's true. You bet!   

 :-*


LOL!  Thats was sweet Anke... ;D, especially:

I'd really recommend you run
Because I’d have to kill you hun'!

 :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: sparkle_motion on April 21, 2006, 02:02:42 pm
Thanks a lot, Ray! I've had Lisa's voice stuck in my head all day.
I had a cat named Snowball. She died, she died!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: henrypie on April 21, 2006, 07:26:53 pm
Yes!
That's why I love Ray.

Dad said she ran away.
He lied, he lied.

Hey, Henrypie's in my lap RIGHT NOW.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on May 21, 2006, 04:57:33 pm
Hehe...Do da bump for another hilarious file!  :-*
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on October 04, 2006, 07:01:40 pm
bee-yump!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Penthesilea on October 05, 2006, 07:07:44 am
bee-yump!

Thanks for the bump Clarissa  :-*
I hadn't seen this thread before. Great thread, I've read the first few pages now and some of these are truly hilarious.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Lumičre on May 02, 2007, 04:19:44 pm
Bumping some precious old threads!!  8)


..for old time's sake ...
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Dagi on June 07, 2007, 07:55:08 am
Thank you for bumping this GREAT thread!!!!
sheyne (TS1!) and Pipedream, you are my favorites - although it is not fair to pick favorites, because every single post was terrific!
Ok, I´ll give it a try:

Ennis: "What?"

My dearest friend, if you have any questions as to my curriculum vitae, ask straight away, you don´t have to eyeball me with those babyblues...!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: brokebackjack on June 13, 2007, 05:37:07 am
No more beans!

Ennis, I shall no longer accept the internal ossification resulting from the emotional disappointments  and frustrations which have afflicted my life to date. I renounce that unspoken policy of self-mortification, which has led to inner emotional poverty and borderline despair. I intend to  reopen my emotional well-springs, clear them of the detritus and debris which befoul the source and drink from that pure well until I am sated.

I will no longer eat poorly cooked vegetables which trigger  both self abnegation and anal outgassing to such an extent that the feline urine-scent of our portable mountain accomodation is completely masked .

Shoot that f**king elk and shoot it NOW.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: serious crayons on June 23, 2007, 02:18:25 pm
ANNOUNCEMENT to those who were participating in a conversation about gender, sexual orientation and power previously on this thread. The conversation had gotten so OT for the Brokeback Slang thread and yet was so interesting that, with Meryl's permission, I started a new thread, with those posts, called Gender, sexual orientation and power. It's over on the Anything Goes forum. Here's the link:

http://bettermost.net/forum/index.php?topic=10861.0 (http://bettermost.net/forum/index.php?topic=10861.0)

Sorry for the inconvenience, and everyone please stop by there to continue that fascinating discussion!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Ellemeno on June 23, 2007, 08:13:07 pm
No more beans!

Ennis, I shall no longer accept the internal ossification resulting from the emotional disappointments  and frustrations which have afflicted my life to date. I renounce that unspoken policy of self-mortification, which has led to inner emotional poverty and borderline despair. I intend to  reopen my emotional well-springs, clear them of the detritus and debris which befoul the source and drink from that pure well until I am sated.

I will no longer eat poorly cooked vegetables which trigger  both self abnegation and anal outgassing to such an extent that the feline urine-scent of our portable mountain accomodation is completely masked .

Shoot that f**king elk and shoot it NOW.


Whoo-EE!  You do say much AND you get your point across, Jack!  That was awesome.  I had forgotten this wonderful thread.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: Pipedream on July 03, 2007, 03:43:10 pm

Whoo-EE!  You do say much AND you get your point across, Jack!  That was awesome.  I had forgotten this wonderful thread.

Gotta agree with Clarissa! Lol.   :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on July 14, 2007, 05:58:13 pm



       Exaultations and appelations, most assuredly yes

          "Whooee yeah"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Marina on July 14, 2007, 07:19:31 pm
I love this thread, I hadn't seen it before!  I don't know which I like more, the original lines or the Shakespeare-esque.

I hope I don't spoil it for everyone, but I couldn't resist:

1.  "You may be a sinner, but I ain't yet had the opportunity!" 

2.  "Well, mah dad said all rodeo cowboys are f**k-ups."

3.  Ennis, could ya wipe Alma Jr.'s nose?  To which Ennis replies:  "If ah had three hands, ah could!"

I must know every line by heart now.   ;)

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on July 14, 2007, 09:15:55 pm
This IS such a fun thread! It's an oldie, and I don't remember all 15 pages, so I'll have to go with lines I hope haven't already been used. So:

"I regret to inform you otherwise ... I'm afraid not ... No Sir, not on your coital existence!!!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: shortfiction on July 14, 2007, 11:59:55 pm
Arriving late here and did not read all the posts.....Anyway...Here are my attempts.  You can match them with the appropriate dialogue from the film.

"Are you in any sort of way inclined to part with at least fifty percent of your confounded dental bone structure?"

"For what reason, maternal parent?  I shall be consuming these comestibles for the coming fortnight."

"If you desire to inhale the nicotine and tar within small burning white tubes of rolled paper, my spouse, some may be located in the outer flap of my long-sleeved, button-front garment, yonder in our shared quarters."


Gosh, I'm starting to sound a bit like Jeeves!





Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Ellemeno on July 15, 2007, 01:15:36 am
You got it, shortfiction!  :)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: shortfiction on July 15, 2007, 09:31:26 pm
And if we wrote it all in iambic pentameter and made sure to include lots of swearing, we'd sound like the residents of Deadwood!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on July 15, 2007, 09:53:41 pm
     Oh Yeay doeth thou knowest thine equine transport, is prone to sudden and forsooth hazzardous transgressions?

     Oh yeay I forbear and substantially deliberate, it is assuredly non feasible for such equine as thou doeth present me, anon to reprehensibly depositeth mine voluptious hindparts upon so loathsome a field. 
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Ellemeno on July 15, 2007, 10:19:05 pm
     Oh Yeay doeth thou knowest thine equine transport, is prone to sudden and forsooth hazzardous transgressions?

     Oh yeay I forbear and substantially deliberate, it is assuredly non feasible for such equine as thou doteh present me, anon to reprehensibly depositeth mine voluptious hindparts upon so loathsome a field. 

Hilarious!  "Voluptuous hindparts..."  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: shortfiction on July 15, 2007, 11:52:40 pm
     Oh Yeay doeth thou knowest thine equine transport, is prone to sudden and forsooth hazzardous transgressions?

     Oh yeay I forbear and substantially deliberate, it is assuredly non feasible for such equine as thou doteh present me, anon to reprehensibly depositeth mine voluptious hindparts upon so loathsome a field. 

"You want to watch it there. That horse has a low startle point."
Okay, I got the first one anyway.....
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on July 16, 2007, 01:46:58 am



     I dont think there's  a mare that can throw me.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: cmr107 on August 06, 2008, 01:12:30 am
Here's another wonderful thread people probably haven't seen. What can I say, I'm feeling nostalgic.  :)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on August 06, 2008, 12:42:27 pm
Thanks for bumping, Courney!  I somehow missed this originally, and it's a riot.  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on October 31, 2011, 12:32:55 pm
This splendid collection of humorous transilliterations is most deserving of a renewed glance.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on October 31, 2011, 11:51:16 pm
This splendid collection of humorous transilliterations is most deserving of a renewed glance.

Such an amusing length of spun fiber!


Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on January 20, 2012, 04:30:09 pm
bumping for Jack's "voluptuous hindparts"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on January 20, 2012, 05:49:30 pm
bumping for Jack's "voluptuous hindparts"

 :laugh:

I went to the link in the first post and found this section called "Bad Baby Names."  Kelda take note!  ;D

http://slangcity.com/b_b_name.htm
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 26, 2012, 12:01:43 pm
This fine compendium of irreverence is most worthy of continued perusal.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on April 26, 2012, 12:36:49 pm
   Thou doest have a very great degree of marksmanshp, my most esteemed friend and partner.  In this most
distanced elevated  and demesne locale.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on April 26, 2012, 10:50:16 pm
Have you ever been visited by a certain malaise, in town for example, when a person with whom you have no acquaintance glances your way in a most discomfiting manner, as if he is wholly aware of your untoward sexual proclivities?  And subsequently, when you arrive on the thoroughfare, has it appeared to you that the whole of the citizenry, upon examination of your countenance, possess this same intimate intelligence?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on April 26, 2012, 11:48:09 pm

                   Taint a truth, but forsooth a falsehood.   That slightly frozen moisture, was only present for barely a beat of my heart.

     That scurrilous slave master, is amply attempting to pick our beauteous pockets, of a fortnite of laborious toil.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on April 27, 2012, 09:43:50 am

     Alma
      "Jack Twist, Jack perverseity . Thoest didst never elevate thyselves to angle.  Thy angling equipments hadst nay reached saturation."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sheriff Roland on April 27, 2012, 11:01:04 am
    Alma
      "Jack Twist, Jack perverseity . Thoest didst never elevate thyselves to angle.  Thy angling equipments hadst nay reached saturation."

Janice!!!

That sounds so dirty!! Feels like I'm reading a script from HBOops!

What with all the angles, elevation and reaching saturation! Not to mention it's all wrapped up in perversity!!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on April 27, 2012, 11:07:08 am


    I  ddn't realize it was so dirty  though.  I thought she was taliking about dirty..Nasty,,,dirty,, perverse..samey same.  Do you think it is too dirty?
      But I thought you liked dirty?   :laugh: :laugh:


   
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sheriff Roland on April 27, 2012, 11:16:23 am
I need to take a shower  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on April 27, 2012, 11:24:15 am



    Seems mods never wanta laugh ( :laugh dance) with their writing friends..?    :-\

      I thouught she was talking about dirty stuff.  Nasty,, dirty,,, perverse.  Samey same.  Was it too dirty..
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sheriff Roland on April 27, 2012, 11:37:46 am
Don't get me wrong - I liked it!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on April 27, 2012, 12:03:52 pm
part dux

 Thou dost have a very great degree of marksmanshp, my most esteemed friend and partner.  In this most distanced elevated  and demesne locale.
          (I guess (Yeehaw) is a much more more effecient word?)
--------------------------------------------------
  Must make haste afore the local  aquatious and animal gandarmes find us holding yon killt target...

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 01, 2012, 01:20:31 am
I insist that the procurement and preparation of those tiresome legumes be suspended forthwith!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 01, 2012, 01:52:58 am
^^^^^^^^^^^

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 01, 2012, 09:32:56 am
^^^^^^^^^^^

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

 ;D  :-*
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on May 01, 2012, 06:35:07 pm
I insist that the procurement and preparation of those tiresome legumes be suspended forthwith!

I'm afraid it's a bit premature in the season to exhaust one's enjoyment of a nutritious and economical culinary staple.



Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 01, 2012, 07:51:34 pm
I'm afraid it's a bit premature in the season to exhaust one's enjoyment of a nutritious and economical culinary staple.

(http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h269/merylmarie/Emoticons%20and%20Avatars/excellent.gif)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: ifyoucantfixit on May 02, 2012, 04:13:52 am
Ennis:      Well I am most surprised my dearest Jack.  What is it that thou is doing in these environs.?

Jack:        Got thy entreaty and well,  I didst make most haste to your immediate abode.  I shall confess the difficulties that I forswore, and the needs to entreat many of thy friends and neighbors to locate said property.

Ennis:
               Well the female gender offspring are about.  I most whole heartily wish for thou to make their most hallowed and beloved acquaintance.   I didst disavow to have them received in the past fortnite.  Twas  employed on animal repositioning and very long distanced from the present environs.  Tis wholeheartedly grieved I am Jack. 

Ennis:        Most beloved daughters, tis Jack.  Sayeth most delighted to recieve your most handsome countenance..

Jack:
                I doth concur most assuredly mine most esteemed and delightful love and friend.   Perchance I misunderstood, I simply perceived upon our last most unexpected conversation...? ---- All is understood friend, I shall envision our esconcing come yon twelveth of the calendar.

Ennis:         I am most grievously begging for thy abiesance Jack.  Thou knowest I am..
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on October 16, 2012, 01:53:05 am
Thou'dst best be on thy guard.  That steed will be affrighted at the least provocation.

The filly liveth not that can unhorse me.  Let's away, unless thou'rt desirous of loitering here all the day long that thou mayst dally with knots.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on October 16, 2012, 05:10:12 pm
 :laugh: :laugh:

Love this!


I'm really sorry I can't do that kinda stuff in English   :(
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on October 17, 2012, 09:11:04 pm
Cassie:  "Greetings, dear Ennis, may I inquire as to your recent whereabouts?"

Ennis:  "Hither and thither."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on October 17, 2012, 09:20:07 pm
Jack: "By chance, do you plan to partake in the herding of the ovine species, come summer hence?"

Ennis:  "Perhaps not.  As I may have indicated earlier, I shall occupy myself with impregnating a certain Miss Beers.  Be assured that I will think of you often, especially in the shower."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on October 20, 2012, 04:33:32 pm
 :laugh: :laugh:

Although, I don't really recognize the last sentence...

Are you sure it isn't your own addition, Paul....?   ::) ::)

 ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on October 20, 2012, 08:27:54 pm
:laugh: :laugh:

Although, I don't really recognize the last sentence...

Are you sure it isn't your own addition, Paul....?   ::) ::)

 ;D

You got a problem wit that?  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on October 23, 2012, 08:00:10 am
 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

This thread is hysterical!

Ok, I have an addition, the best I could come up with at 8:00 in the morning.   :laugh:  After review of the thread, I don't think this line has been used.


"Mother....I am requesting writing implements so that I may express my artistic nature!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Penthesilea on October 23, 2012, 10:27:52 am
"Mother....I am requesting writing implements so that I may express my artistic nature!"

Now you need to suggest this as new screen-name to Katherine. ;D ;)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on November 01, 2012, 08:03:40 am


Alma Jr.:  "Father, your abode is lacking in proper seating arrangements."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on November 01, 2012, 04:10:00 pm
 :laugh:

Took me a little while!   ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on November 02, 2012, 10:12:34 am
Now you need to suggest this as new screen-name to Katherine. ;D ;)

 :laugh:

Um ... Somber Writing Implements? Too bad Halloween is over!


Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on May 08, 2013, 07:42:52 pm
bumping for Throwback Thursday!

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 09, 2013, 01:35:31 am
That accursed portable shelter is redolent of feline excretions or something e'en more abhorrent.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on May 09, 2013, 05:10:39 am
Allow me to inform you, we have a proper place for burial, and that is where he is to be interred.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on May 09, 2013, 10:14:39 am
I am fully cognizant of the whereabouts of the aforementioned topographical feature.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on May 09, 2013, 10:35:09 am
I am fully cognizant of the whereabouts of the aforementioned topographical feature.

Haha.  Took me a minute to realize this was OMT!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Penthesilea on May 09, 2013, 11:36:53 am
That accursed portable shelter is redolent of feline excretions or something e'en more abhorrent.

Allow me to inform you, we have a proper place for burial, and that is where he is to be interred.

I am fully cognizant of the whereabouts of the aforementioned topographical feature.


Got them all at once. Try posting them elsewhere - nothing but blank expressions! :laugh:
They would make a perfect sigline for non BBM online places. O0
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Penthesilea on May 09, 2013, 11:37:56 am
I am fully cognizant of the whereabouts of the aforementioned topographical feature.


Better yet: I want a t-shirt with this one! :)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on May 09, 2013, 11:59:20 am
"It would appear nevertheless that I have indeed comprehended the intention of your missive."


"Master Carl?  Verily, Master Carl is an amiable chap; furthermore he is one to partake in intercourse on a periodic basis."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on May 09, 2013, 01:37:10 pm

Better yet: I want a t-shirt with this one! :)

Sorry if this seems off-color, but put that on the front of a T-shirt and people will be mentally pluralizing "feature."

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on May 09, 2013, 01:59:54 pm
I am fully cognizant of the whereabouts of the aforementioned topographical feature(s).

Sorry if this seems off-color, but put that on the front of a T-shirt and people will be mentally pluralizing "feature."

I know where them Grand Tetons are:

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/lisajacknastycloseup.jpg)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on May 09, 2013, 02:23:47 pm
 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Penthesilea on May 09, 2013, 03:31:58 pm
Sorry if this seems off-color, but put that on the front of a T-shirt and people will be mentally pluralizing "feature."


 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Point taken. Maybe a better idea for a guy. ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 09, 2013, 04:15:57 pm
I know where them Grand Tetons are.

 :laugh:  :laugh:  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 09, 2013, 04:28:35 pm
Cease your pejorative observations concerning my cohabitation with Alma.  In regard to the particularly uncomfortable situation in which we find ourselves, she must be held blameless.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on May 09, 2013, 06:13:15 pm
*points to Jack*

'tis thine's fault that I've fallen into this path.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on May 10, 2013, 04:24:12 pm
I know where them Grand Tetons are:

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/lisajacknastycloseup.jpg)


 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

That post is perfect in so many ways!




Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 11, 2013, 11:33:14 am
That accursed portable shelter is redolent of feline excretions or something e'en more abhorrent.


 :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 11, 2013, 11:36:45 am

Better yet: I want a t-shirt with this one! :)

Order one for me too, will ya?   ;D

And while you're at it, have them print one with this too:

That accursed portable shelter is redolent of feline excretions or something e'en more abhorrent.


 8)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 11, 2013, 11:42:38 am
I know where them Grand Tetons are:

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/lisajacknastycloseup.jpg)

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on May 11, 2013, 11:43:06 am
Most certainly I shall return, unless I am called to serve my country in the war!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 11, 2013, 11:45:12 am
Cease your pejorative observations concerning my cohabitation with Alma.  In regard to the particularly uncomfortable situation in which we find ourselves, she must be held blameless.

Wow!

This one is particularly good!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 11, 2013, 11:53:42 am
I love all these embellished quotes!

Takes a while to figure some of them out, but it's so rewarding!  :laugh:

I'm sorry I can't make any up myself, my English just isn't developed well enough.


If there's a demand for it, I'll volunteer to write some in Swedish.   8)

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 11, 2013, 01:08:01 pm
I love all these embellished quotes!
Takes a while to figure some of them out, but it's so rewarding!  :laugh:

I'm sorry I can't make any up myself, my English just isn't developed well enough.
If there's a demand for it, I'll volunteer to write some in Swedish.   8)

Thanks for the nice feedback, Sonja!  It's fun to translate these quotes.  BTW, I stickied "Cryptoquips Already Played" at the top of The Lighter Side forum.  It's a fabulous source of BBM quotes.  8)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 11, 2013, 01:18:58 pm
Great idea, Meryl!

I have to check out the game they're answers to, don't think I ever played it.

But, like you said, a great source for quotes!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 11, 2013, 01:20:36 pm
Regretfully, I must inform you that it is not in my capacity to endure an entire solar revolution in which a mere one or two incidents of sexual congress at an upper elevation occur.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on May 11, 2013, 01:46:50 pm
I did destroy a wild beast today, the cur had gonads on him similar to a red, fleshy fruit.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Front-Ranger on May 12, 2013, 09:31:07 am
I did destroy a wild beast today, the cur had gonads on him similar to a red, fleshy fruit.
:laugh:

Have you by chance made  the acquaintance of a personage with the appellation of Jacques?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Rosestem on August 02, 2013, 09:06:32 am
Forsooth, I am growing weary of your regrettably poor marksmanship.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on August 02, 2013, 10:04:16 am
Forsooth, I am growing weary of your regrettably poor marksmanship.

An auspicious debut pronouncement, Rosestem!

You would care for a tankard of something hot and caffeinated, would you not? 
Perhaps a slice of scantily fruited dessert?

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on August 02, 2013, 04:28:14 pm
Unfortunately I'm not like you or your younger sibling, I have not feathered appendages to keep me aloft.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Rosestem on August 02, 2013, 06:23:48 pm
Where in Mephistopheles' lair have you been? I have been ashepherding on yonder mountain with the wooley beasts yea since sunrise. I return to your valley hostel near famished and hark, the sole nourishment I encounter is the humble legume.

Hey, I'm so happy to find people here! I'm a born-again Brokeback gal. Saw the movie in '06, loved it but was able to go on with my life. Saw it again a few weeks ago and whump! I've been lurking on old forums ever since. So nice to find some humor. Was literally LOLz on this thread.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on August 06, 2013, 11:49:04 am
Rosestem, great to see you here!  Verily, your premier epistolary efforts are auspicious.  Please return, unless mayhap the military forces conscript you. :)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on August 06, 2013, 12:02:54 pm

(http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTo5YsEaxHQ6KTcWQe_IStcnnN_-ZswTcD0VkuXcIYvZaH7F3pRzwuW70E)


I shall call upon my younger sibling, and inquire if she can watch your offspring of the fairer sex.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on August 17, 2013, 03:37:56 pm
My resemblance with you is non-existent! I am unable make do with a humble amount of intercourses on high elevation each twelvemonth!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on August 17, 2013, 05:35:09 pm
I have been given to understand what sorts of enticements our neighbors to the south make available to gentlemen of your ilk.


Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on August 17, 2013, 06:47:45 pm


Father, will you be returning to this abode before the soiree begins?

Aye, as long as I am not responsible for the entertainment.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Front-Ranger on December 25, 2013, 11:53:00 pm
Where in Mephistopheles' lair have you been? I have been ashepherding on yonder mountain with the wooley beasts yea since sunrise. I return to your valley hostel near famished and hark, the sole nourishment I encounter is the humble legume.

Hey, I'm so happy to find people here! I'm a born-again Brokeback gal. Saw the movie in '06, loved it but was able to go on with my life. Saw it again a few weeks ago and whump! I've been lurking on old forums ever since. So nice to find some humor. Was literally LOLz on this thread.

Where you been, Rosestem? Here and there?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on December 27, 2013, 09:19:31 am
Men never want to sway to the music with the women to whom they are betrothed.  Husband, please explain.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on December 27, 2013, 09:36:24 am
Praytell, hast thine ever paid attention to.....tis hard to explain, when thou art out amongst the townsfolke, and one glances your way, as if knowing you, and then you step into the thoroughfare, and it is similar to the entire populace knowing you as well.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 27, 2013, 03:45:04 pm
Whith what are you busying yourself?

I am attempting to obtain a massage of my lower extremity, you person of non-existent intelligence.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 27, 2013, 04:46:03 pm
I adress you, you anatomical place of fecal exit, pay attention to the direction in which you are moving!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on December 27, 2013, 04:49:55 pm
I adress you, you anatomical place of fecal exit, pay attention to the direction in which you are moving!



:laugh:  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 27, 2013, 04:55:29 pm
Thanks Chuck. I have to say I'm quite happy with that one myself!   ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on January 25, 2014, 10:24:53 pm
Good one, Sonja!   :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on January 26, 2014, 07:01:22 pm
Thanks, Meryl!   :)

I'm sorry I can't do any more of these in English. My vocabulary simply isn't sufficient.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on January 26, 2014, 10:04:26 pm
Thanks, Meryl!   :)

I'm sorry I can't do any more of these in English. My vocabulary simply isn't sufficient.

I just like the direction yer goin', Sonja.  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Jeff Wrangler on April 24, 2014, 03:09:24 pm
Thou speak'st but little, yet is thy intent plain.

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Jeff Wrangler on April 24, 2014, 03:17:10 pm
Thou goest not yonder a-fishing!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on April 24, 2014, 08:41:51 pm
I have been partaking in carnal knowledge with a local beverage service wench.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on April 28, 2014, 11:43:23 am
Speak thou.  Nay.  Nay!  Not upon thy goat-rutting continuance!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on April 28, 2014, 11:58:21 am
My fair lady doth converse in an azure state of rapidness.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 13, 2014, 12:57:07 pm
Speak thou.  Nay.  Nay!  Not upon thy goat-rutting continuance!

Haha!

This one took me a quite a while and a few dictionary searches to figure out!   ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 13, 2014, 11:37:21 pm
Haha!

This one took me a quite a while and a few dictionary searches to figure out!   ;D

It took me the same to come up with it, Sonja. :D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on May 14, 2014, 08:27:02 am
Mother, I shall be ingesting this slop for the next fortnight!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on May 14, 2014, 03:26:30 pm
In the case that I from birth were provided with three upper extremities, I would be able to grant your request.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on May 14, 2014, 04:06:32 pm
Prithee, stay the legumes for ever and aye!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: serious crayons on August 13, 2014, 01:53:45 am
Jack fornicating Twist!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: the_rat_wins on December 28, 2014, 01:44:03 am
I'll acquiesce to bearing more of your offspring only if you provide our family with sufficient financial resources to assure the success of such an endeavor.

(Hiii, just lurking around, enjoying all the brilliance and excellence preserved on this forum!)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 28, 2014, 09:07:06 am
Hi TRW, welcome to our forum!

Want a cup of coffee, don't you? Piece of cherry cake?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: the_rat_wins on December 28, 2014, 07:14:39 pm
Thanks so much! I'm real happy to be here.

And I'll take a cup a coffee but I can't eat no cake just now.

 ;)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 28, 2014, 07:37:16 pm
Feel free to explore the forum.

There are many interesting boards and threads.

And please join in the discussion wherever you feel like it, doesn't matter if it's an old thread. A new post will get attention and may start a new discussion.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Front-Ranger on December 29, 2014, 01:31:08 pm
Welcome, ratso!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on April 23, 2015, 11:44:12 am
Isn't that yonder man the  miscreant, who moons ago, did ride the beast?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 23, 2015, 11:53:03 am
Isn't that yonder man the  miscreant, who moons ago, did ride the beast?

"Yea, he endeavored to do so."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: coffeedrinkintexan on April 23, 2015, 06:54:55 pm
Thou wilt place thy witless posterior in yonder sitting instrument, else I shall catapult said posterior seven days hence.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 23, 2015, 08:01:16 pm
Thou wilt place thy witless posterior in yonder sitting instrument, else I shall catapult said posterior seven days hence.

Forsooth, I am in awe of thy wit!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: coffeedrinkintexan on April 23, 2015, 10:41:13 pm
Forsooth, I am in awe of thy wit!
Thy compliment is most well-received!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: coffeedrinkintexan on April 23, 2015, 10:46:41 pm
"Hast thou endeavored to partake in the capturing of young bovines?"

"Doth my carriage and raiment bespeak one with material wealth sufficient for its pursuit?"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on April 24, 2015, 08:26:23 am
Suddenly, thereist appeared a large, growling beast!  It gave my steed such a start, it ran off, taking along our beasts of burden!  Our rations were scattered hither and yon.  Legumes is all that remains.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Rosestem on April 24, 2015, 11:33:29 am
Ennis: Nay, my begetters self-exhiled. Aye, there existed but a single sinuosity in a 14-league spanse of byway, and they had the misfortune to circumvent it. The usurers expropriated the estate; hence, my elder siblings fostered my sojourn to manhood. 

Jack: Shite. 'Tis indeed a formidable adversity.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: coffeedrinkintexan on April 25, 2015, 07:32:58 pm
"Mother....Mother, thou needest provide me, thy fair offspring, with coloring sticks."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: southendmd on April 26, 2015, 01:46:53 pm
Bumping one of my all-time favorites:

Husband mine, wouldst thou takest thine hankie to perform ablutions upon thine firstborn's nasal secretions?

Wouldst that I were thricely-appendaged, with all my heart, aye, I would.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 11, 2016, 03:45:09 pm

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/brokebackmtn_aguirredesk.jpg)
Aguirre:  "No. No! Definitely, absolutely not, you insistent individual!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 11, 2016, 04:21:00 pm

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/brokebackmtn_lureendancehall.jpg)
Lureen:  "Thou pledged the sorority of the sluts of the thrice delta?  I inhabited the much finer kappa phi collegiate abode myself."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 11, 2016, 04:36:07 pm

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/bbmczcampsite1.jpg)   
Jack: "Quaint interjection expressing joy or exuberance often associated with bovine wranglers of the American West."


Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 11, 2016, 04:47:43 pm

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/toasttgivingkitchen.jpg)    
Alma: "Jack Twist?  Jack Contemptible! You didst not travel to the mountainous regions to angle, but rather to engage in buggery!"

Ennis:  "You are most heartily mistaken!"



Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 11, 2016, 05:09:58 pm

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/lashawntoastgif.gif)    
Lashawn:  "Lureen, we maids alone must become partners of the dance forthwith!
Our spousal units have neither the inclination nor the capacity for synchronized movement!"




Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 12, 2016, 11:22:16 am

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/bbm%20screencaps/brokebackmtn_jacksalley.jpg)    
Mexican prostitute:  "Are you being served?"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: southendmd on April 12, 2016, 11:24:48 am


(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/bbm%20screencaps/brokebackmtn_lonesomedump2.jpg)   
Alma:  "Husband mine, wouldst thou takest thine hankie to perform ablutions upon thine firstborn's nasal secretions?"

Ennis:  "Wouldst that I were thricely-appendaged, with all my heart, aye, I would."

(quotation from ellemeno)
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on April 13, 2016, 11:58:38 am

(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/bbm%20screencaps/brokebackmtn_jacksalley.jpg)   
Mexican prostitute:  "Are you being served?"


LOL!

Very timely, in the view of what you posted the other day, Paul!  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on April 14, 2016, 09:11:22 am


(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q186/southendmd/bbm%20screencaps/brokebackmtn_jacksalley.jpg)   
Mexican prostitute:  "As seen on TV!"
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on April 14, 2016, 01:09:25 pm
^^^^^^

Hunh?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on April 15, 2016, 08:39:31 am
bad joke on my part

We have a company that sells  products over the tv that you can't get in stores.  "As Seen On Tv".

They're usually cheap knock-offs of real products you can get in stores, never  as good as the real thing.

Jack goes to the Mexican prostitute, but he's not as good as Ennis, what Jack wants.

Mexican  prostitue - as seen on tv.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on April 15, 2016, 05:41:43 pm
Oh I see - thanks for explaining!

Funny!  ;D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on April 24, 2016, 06:08:05 pm
Forsooth friend, a God-cursed, rotten embroilment worthy of a she-canine besets us. Hitherto wouldst thou make all haste to conjoin with me. Of late, an audience with the Bishop of Rome would be more like.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on April 24, 2016, 08:45:03 pm
Forsooth friend, a God-cursed, rotten embroilment worthy of a she-canine besets us. Hitherto wouldst thou make all haste to conjoin with me. Of late, an audience with the Bishop of Rome would be more like.

A most excellent post, oh Priestess!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on April 25, 2016, 08:53:38 am
So excellent, in fact, that I almost wore my dictionary out!   :D
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Meryl on April 25, 2016, 09:42:58 am
A most excellent post, oh Priestess!

Your Priestess bows humbly to you.  :-*

So excellent, in fact, that I almost wore my dictionary out!   :D

 :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on December 12, 2017, 04:58:36 pm
Gotta bump this one.

"The filly liveth not that can unhorse me."
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on December 12, 2017, 07:56:50 pm
Thee may kisseth your bethrothed, and if thee refuseth, I shall!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 13, 2017, 03:10:47 pm
On what sexual activity is your gaze fixed?
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on December 13, 2017, 03:13:47 pm
Love this!!!

I have been partaking in carnal knowledge with a local beverage service wench.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: Sason on December 13, 2017, 03:42:00 pm
^^^^^^^

Haha, it took me a minute!  :laugh:
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on December 13, 2017, 07:38:27 pm
Aye, let the elder-most male carve the beast for dinner!
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang.
Post by: southendmd on August 22, 2019, 12:00:02 pm

Jack Twist?! Jack Unseemly!! Sir, I charge that your various wilderness excursions, ostensibly made with the intention of procuring freshwater commestibles, were in fact undertaken for another purpose altogether!

Alma, you are woefully uninformed on this subject!

The hour has arrived to renew the pleasures of this most excellent collection of humorosities.
Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: southendmd on August 22, 2019, 01:51:51 pm
(https://www.filminquiry.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/BrokebackMtCover2.jpg)

Ennis:  "This is an exquisite singularity in which you and I are partaking."

Jack:  "'Tis no one's affair but our own, verily."

Ennis:  "I am not one to engage in habitual buggery."

Jack:  "Nor I, sir."

Title: Re: Brokeback Slang, a.k.a. Much Ado About Brokeback
Post by: CellarDweller on August 23, 2019, 09:03:21 pm
Father, I was in a state of ponderance, with the arrival of mine newest sibling, mother and her new paramour have been ever so stern!  I did ponder that perhaps I could relocate to your abode.