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    Lieutenant Colonel chyron's Avatar
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    Default Re: Things they would never ever ever say

    Daniel: Vala, I love you.
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    Sam: Jack, I love you.
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    Jack: Sam, I'd love to
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    have a pair of your panties that I can wear 24/7

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    I'm going to enjoy this thread.
    "The Clarke Postulate - One's ability to correctly explain advanced theoretical thermodynamics as applied to string theory within a fictional context is directly related to one's ability to cook the perfect lemon chicken with mushrooms in a nice garlic butter sauce. While some use this unexpected correlation as proof of intelligent design, I believe that its all about the person's choice of mushrooms.

    I also believe that there is a tear developing in the space-time continuum which if left uncheck will allow Microsoft to become a world power. I suspect that unless we all download Firefox 3 on the same day, thus sealing the tear, that life as we know it may be over and children will have their teddy bears and blankets ripped mercilessly from their arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by startrekempress
    Did you mean 'SUV'? Cause now I'm imagining Sam and Jack behind a desk in the Special Victims Unit . . . or at SuperValu . . . or maybe Southern Virginia University . . .
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    Vala: Daniel, sometimes your little inapropriate jokes are a little boring
    Daniel: Hallowed are the Ori
    Carter: I'm bored of science, I wanna watch the Simpsons
    Jack: I'm tired of the Simpsons, lets do some science
    Equality is not a concept. It's not something we should be striving for. It's a necessity. Equality is like gravity. We need it to stand on this earth as men and women. And the misogyny that is in every culture is not a true part of the human condition. It is life out of balance, and that imbalance is sucking something out of the soul of every man and woman who is confronted with it.
    - Joss Whedon - Equality Now

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    Weir: I believe the military can do a better job than a civilian. Go for it Colonel Caldwell!

    Ronan: Hey McKay. Wanna make out?

    McKay: Hey Ronan. Wanna make out?

    (Okay those were kind of lame. I'll think of better ones... hopefully)
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    Jack O'Neill: So by redistributing the molecular ion stream to the hyperdrive buffer, we can prevent the power grid from overloading. That way we can open a matrix dimension window and be able to use the Nuetrino stream to hyper-slip over to the Pegasus galaxy in record time.

    Carter: What did you just say sir? I don't understand.

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    Default Re: Things they would never ever ever say

    Sheppard: Rodney, Have you ever been to a Turkish Bath?

    Teyla: I'm not really bad, I'm just drawn that way.

    Weir: Me love you long time.

    Teal'c: Toga! Toga! Toga!


    "The Clarke Postulate - One's ability to correctly explain advanced theoretical thermodynamics as applied to string theory within a fictional context is directly related to one's ability to cook the perfect lemon chicken with mushrooms in a nice garlic butter sauce. While some use this unexpected correlation as proof of intelligent design, I believe that its all about the person's choice of mushrooms.

    I also believe that there is a tear developing in the space-time continuum which if left uncheck will allow Microsoft to become a world power. I suspect that unless we all download Firefox 3 on the same day, thus sealing the tear, that life as we know it may be over and children will have their teddy bears and blankets ripped mercilessly from their arms.

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    Default Re: Things they would never ever ever say

    Quote Originally Posted by TechnoWraith
    Jack O'Neill: So by redistributing the molecular ion stream to the hyperdrive buffer, we can prevent the power grid from overloading. That way we can open a matrix dimension window and be able to use the Nuetrino stream to hyper-slip over to the Pegasus galaxy in record time.

    Carter: What did you just say sir? I don't understand.
    LOL! Hilarius!

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    Shep: If we just take the coupling and invert it into the main power coil we just might be able to compensate for the differential of the Zed PM.
    McKay: Could you please repeat that?
    All posts are IMO, I am not a rocket scientist.
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    Sheppard: I wear a toupee.
    "The Clarke Postulate - One's ability to correctly explain advanced theoretical thermodynamics as applied to string theory within a fictional context is directly related to one's ability to cook the perfect lemon chicken with mushrooms in a nice garlic butter sauce. While some use this unexpected correlation as proof of intelligent design, I believe that its all about the person's choice of mushrooms.

    I also believe that there is a tear developing in the space-time continuum which if left uncheck will allow Microsoft to become a world power. I suspect that unless we all download Firefox 3 on the same day, thus sealing the tear, that life as we know it may be over and children will have their teddy bears and blankets ripped mercilessly from their arms.

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    Carter: Sir, i have no idea how this could happen, you better ask tealc.
    Jack: I LOVE scientists!
    Daniel: I don't care if we let this people die, lets go eat something.

    Quote Originally Posted by skritsys
    Teal'c: Do I always have to say indeed before you understand anything?
    lmao, love this one

  11. #31
    Lieutenant Colonel chyron's Avatar
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    Sam: Does this bullet proof vest make me look fat?

    Sheppard: Rodney, how do you wear those thongs without having them ride up? Mine's killing me.
    "The Clarke Postulate - One's ability to correctly explain advanced theoretical thermodynamics as applied to string theory within a fictional context is directly related to one's ability to cook the perfect lemon chicken with mushrooms in a nice garlic butter sauce. While some use this unexpected correlation as proof of intelligent design, I believe that its all about the person's choice of mushrooms.

    I also believe that there is a tear developing in the space-time continuum which if left uncheck will allow Microsoft to become a world power. I suspect that unless we all download Firefox 3 on the same day, thus sealing the tear, that life as we know it may be over and children will have their teddy bears and blankets ripped mercilessly from their arms.

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    Default Re: Things they would never ever ever say

    Quote Originally Posted by chyron
    Sheppard: I wear a toupee.
    OMG OMG OMG that is soooooooo dang funny!! Green your way

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    Mitchell: "How did I get stuck with SG-1?! I want a new team."

    Dr. Beckett: "Oh, just let Dr. Weir die. It's not my fault she got sick."

    Sheppard: "You know, the Wraith aren't that bad. Why can't we all just get along?"

    Daniel: "Jack, studying the Ancients is sooo boring. Can't we go fishing or something."

    Jack: "Fishing is so over rated!"

    Carter: "You know, Thor's kinda hot."

    Mitchell: "Whoa, Dr. Lam you're looking fine tonight."

    Thor: "Asexual reproduction sucks!"
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    "I hope your apple pie is frickin' worth it!" - Supernatural

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    Sheppard: Gateship 1 ready for launch.

    Apophis: I'll have a BigMac to go, hold the pickle.

    Landry: Vala, you'd make such a better leader, please take over.

    Sheppard: I wanna be a Major again.

    Jack: I love the Tok'Ra.
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    Teyla: Do you always have to look at my backside?

    Ronon: Well, you are the only decent looking female.
    All posts are IMO, I am not a rocket scientist.
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    Sheppard: Ronon, I really want to go to your hairdresser.

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    Baal - "Jack, I'm sorry I was such a d*** to you all those times. And about the whole torture thing too."
    Jack - "Oh, forget about it. Consider it water under the bridge. Want to go have a beer?"
    Baal - "Thought you'd never ask."

    MS - "Boy, wow that's a great question!"
    "...phu...ah..."
    "Anyone know what SENTIENT means???"
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    Thor: Hottub party anyone? No clothes needed.

    Chevron Guy:
    Die Cardassian Die!

    Teal'c: Surely you cannot be serious.
    (Repeated often to which everyone replies)
    Yes - and don't call me Shirly.

    Vala (to Daniel): I am a man.

    Daniel: I faked my phD - I'm not really a learned archeologist. I'm actually a shoe salesman from Kansas doing some acting on the side.

    Jack: I'm a member of Mensa.

    Sam: I'm not a member of Mensa.

    ...and the one that EVERYONE wants to hear...

    Joe Mallozzi (Producer): The Furlings will make a grand entrance in the finale for Season 9 and play a key role throughout Season 10.
    "The Clarke Postulate - One's ability to correctly explain advanced theoretical thermodynamics as applied to string theory within a fictional context is directly related to one's ability to cook the perfect lemon chicken with mushrooms in a nice garlic butter sauce. While some use this unexpected correlation as proof of intelligent design, I believe that its all about the person's choice of mushrooms.

    I also believe that there is a tear developing in the space-time continuum which if left uncheck will allow Microsoft to become a world power. I suspect that unless we all download Firefox 3 on the same day, thus sealing the tear, that life as we know it may be over and children will have their teddy bears and blankets ripped mercilessly from their arms.

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    Default Re: Things they would never ever ever say

    Quote Originally Posted by chyron
    Joe Mallozzi (Producer): The Furlings will make a grand entrance in the finale for Season 9 and play a key role throughout Season 10.
    Yeah, we'll definitely never hear that one.

    MS - "Boy, wow that's a great question!"
    "...phu...ah..."
    "Anyone know what SENTIENT means???"
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    Quote Originally Posted by the fifth man
    Originally Posted by chyron
    Joe Mallozzi (Producer): The Furlings will make a grand entrance in the finale for Season 9 and play a key role throughout Season 10.

    Yeah, we'll definitely never hear that one.
    For that matter...

    Joe Mallozzi: Depending on how things go with Season 10, we're going to have a 3rd franchise - Stargate: The Furling Chronicles.
    "The Clarke Postulate - One's ability to correctly explain advanced theoretical thermodynamics as applied to string theory within a fictional context is directly related to one's ability to cook the perfect lemon chicken with mushrooms in a nice garlic butter sauce. While some use this unexpected correlation as proof of intelligent design, I believe that its all about the person's choice of mushrooms.

    I also believe that there is a tear developing in the space-time continuum which if left uncheck will allow Microsoft to become a world power. I suspect that unless we all download Firefox 3 on the same day, thus sealing the tear, that life as we know it may be over and children will have their teddy bears and blankets ripped mercilessly from their arms.

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