ALL YOUR BASE ARE NOT FUNNY
The recent flood of labelling everything under the sun with the phrase 'ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US', piqued my interest mainly because I had no idea what it was about.
On further investigation I discovered that it was an unfunny in-joke that had started on a techincal news site on the web.
This is yet another example of the influence that the web and other electronic communication media have on language and fashions in this age.
Where did we get our quotes from before the Internet? Mainly it was due to people actually going out to socialise, reading books and watching movies.
Of course you can't think you'll get away with no examples of quotes in this discussion do you?
Some quotes that did not originate on the Internet:
'Confound you Sancho!', interrupted Don Quixote. 'Sixty thousand devils
take you and your proverbs!'
THIS IS A HEAVY PRODUCT
Elvis made me do it
'Oh! We were watching that!'
'You know, it's a big place the desert, got lost in it myself.'
'Pop get pizza for cat.'
'Do you know where I can find any sailors?'
'Patience I need!!'
'So, have you coded in the General Protection Faults yet?'
'Fred Negro, the man who eats his own undies.'
'Sonic is boring, toy just jump from one bit of grass to another bit of grass.'
'I can hold my ankles!'