seen these signatures on one forum:
"I'd give an arm to be ambidextrous"
"The next statement is true. The previous statement is false."
seen these on a comic:
"I'm happier than a wooden spoon on a spelling bee"
"I'm all that like a caterpillar on my sunday pants"
"You look more flustered than a barefoot squirrel at a tire store"
Damm I remember doing this movie in school, but I can't remember the extact lines, it is the plane scene in Die another die, James Bond is looking for his partner and his partner had just shot or stabed someone in the heart and I think she says " I think I stole her heart"
Not sure if these count as quotes but I thought I'd share some of my favourite Japanese sayings/idioms. Who knows, maybe Yoshi will use them in T6 and you'll all be like, 'wow, good job Jembru told us that one'.
'Hana ni arashi'
(flowers before the storm) - Bad things happen after times of great joy.
'Minoru hodo atama no sagaru inaho kana'
(the ripe rice plant bows it's head). - This means 'maturity brings humility' I like this one for the imagery. Rice is such a big part of the Japanese diet and when it's mature the top of the plant gets heavy so it droops. It's like it's bowing its head which as I'm sure you'll know is a sign of respect and humility in Japan.
'Nakitsura ni hachi'
(bees when you're crying). - When you're already sad, misfortune comes. (bummer).
'Hane wo nobasu'
(to stretch your wings) - I'm sure you're as surprised as I was to hear that Japanese people all secretly have wings (?) but this expression means 'cut loose' or 'let your hair down'.
'Kumo wo tsukamu you'
(like holding onto a cloud). - this expression is used when people have impossible dreams.
And my favourite;
'Baka wa shinanakya naoranai'
(only death can cure a fool). I don't think this one requires any explaination.
This is from www.zelda-infinte.com
a member named crazy
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