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Not quite. In fact, it isn't from a movie at all, but I like the quote so I thought I would put it in.

 

"Your not born a gay, your born again." -- from the movie Saved! (2004)

 

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What can I tell you?

 

It's a gift. B-)

 

I'm known elsewhere (cf. thread re: psychotic movie marathon) for being...shall we say...unbalanced.

 

["Sidewalk to Nowhere", coincidentally, was a proposed title for my upcoming memoirs, as was "Unclassified Male" and others I won't mention.]

 

Oh, hello there, GM...how pleasant to see you again...just passing by...

 

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> It's a gift. B-)

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Right again! The photo can also be read as an allegory for It's a Gift (1934), the W.C. Fields movie. With this reading, the hooded figure is thought to be the long-sought-after Carl LaFong.

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The five o'clock whistle's on the blink,

 

The whistle won't blow so whaddya think?

 

My daddy's still at the fac-tory,

 

Cauuuuuuuse, he don't know what time.......it happens to be.

 

Da da da da da da da da, da da da da da da dada da da..............

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A guy walks into a bar with a duck on his head. He says, "bartender, what am I going to do with this duck on my head?" The bartender says, "well, we could kill it and eat it." So, the bartender takes the duck off the guys head, slits the ducks throat, plucks out its feathers, and puts it in a roasting pan with red wine, onions, carrots and potatoes, seasons it with garlic, basil and thyme, and puts the duck in the oven. Later that evening, the bartender, the guy, and a couple of other bar patrons have roast duck for dinner.

 

And that's my joke about a guy who walks into a bar with a duck on his head.

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