GinnyN wrote: »
That Jab to Gamestop
Gman5852 wrote: »
who said it and what did he say?
StrongBrush1 wrote: »
"Flip Flop Craaaaaaaaaahp Crooooohp. Trying to make it rhyme. See what I was doing there?"
It was Tycho, in a conversation with Max:
Max: Hey Tycho, what the crime situation in the Pacific Northwest?
Tycho: Sam as anywhere else, I guess. It has its douchers, but there aren't any real villains.
Max: That's okay. Sam and I can live on an endless supply of neckless goons. Or if you know any massive corporations whose ultimate goal is to remove the joy and well being from the lives of the American Public, that'd be fine too.
Tycho: Oh, you mean chains of used game resellers? Yeah, we've got those.
thesporkman wrote: »
Every time I hear the lines "Hey, dork! Hey, dork! Hey, dork!" "I assume you're talking to me" I get the Mexican Hat Dance song stuck in my head.
Katana wrote: »
Then again, if you asked me to give out 5 Russian female names, Natalya would be one of the ones that come to mind. Two of the others would be Sasha and Natascha.
Player_2 wrote: »
My favourite was when Tycho asked Max about what happened during Chariots of the Dogs, and he starts to tell him about the whole Boscow thing, only for him to interrupt and say he meant whether or not anything happened between him and Momma Bosco.
Tycho: Maybe while Sam was in the time machine? ...you can tell me. I'll put it in the vault...deep in the vault.
Max: (absolutely scandalized) Are you asking me if I ever schtupped Momma Bosco?
Tycho: ...never mind.
crfh wrote: »
I just wanted to say Max's lines are 300% more hilarious when he's a skeleton
crfh wrote: »
The "Max and Crossbones" one