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Top 10 Star Wars Lines Improved By Replacing A Word With "Pants"


Found via Digg: Top 204 Star Wars Lines Improved By Replacing A Word With "Pants."

  1. I find your lack of pants disturbing.
  2. You are unwise to lower your pants.
  3. The Force is strong in my pants.
  4. Chewie and me got into a lot of pants more heavily guarded than this.
  5. I cannot teach him. The boy has no pants.
  6. Your pants, you will not need them.
  7. You came in those pants? You're braver than I thought.
  8. Governor Tarkin. I should have expected to find you holding Vader's pants.
  9. I sense the conflict within you. Let go of your pants!
  10. In his pants you will find a new definition of pain and suffering.

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10 comments
inertman
inertman

but some would be funnier if another noun were chosen. ie, "like your father you are now pants" would be funnier if it said "like your pants you are now mine" and similarly "don't go to the pants side" is better as "don't go to the dark pants". however, in this case, it wasn't a nountthat was substituted as was the initial concept of the post, but rather an adjective, so that is one reason it isn't as funny. but i also agree, this was a kids game here in the u.s. too, we purchased a book for those longroad trpis across country when we were bored stupid, that helped to make it more funny too.

wyrwolf
wyrwolf

called "...In Your Pants..." wherein you take a quote and add.... Still, this is awfully damn funny

jmero
jmero

My 10-year old daughter just came home with one of those books. It's called, "Mad Lib".

Fujikid
Fujikid

Yes we used to play this game in the UK. Between the ages of about 6 and 10 I think.

Hendry_Betts
Hendry_Betts

In your pants is funny, but friends and I will often read the fortune in our chinese fortune cookies (as opposed to austrian fortune cookies?) and add "In Bed" at the end of the fortune... sometimes funny, sometimes sad... but always a laugh.

markEmark
markEmark

ROFLMAO - That's the best retort I've heard in ages. Thanks for the laugh

Tuura
Tuura

I think I have heard of this before. Incidentally, fortune cookies were invented in San Francisco, so calling then "Chinese" is just one of those mystery food labelling thing - like Hamburger. Or danish, which in Denmark are called Viennese Bread. We used to play a game as children called "grandpa's pants", which bears a slight similarity - you make up three questions, the other person answers to first Yes, second No and third, Grandpa's pants, and the one who laughs first loses. Obviously this works best with hysterical under-10's.

aceofspades1217
aceofspades1217

oddly enough I do that to. It is quite funny. You will have a lot of success, in bed. Or you are very imaginitive, in bed.

win
win

instead of "in your pants" or "in bed" try "for a geek." Example, "It is quite funny [for a geek]."