Comedy phrases that have been milked


#1

Recent list of comedy phrases that really should be retired.

Any missing from the list?


#2

Talk To You Soon.


#3

IT ME


#4

Actually a DiS one could be a good idea or the worst idea ever (put that on the list)


#5

Never heard that one, can you expand on it a little?


#6

#7

I went on a school tour on Friday and “computer says no” was used twice. Once by a teacher and once by a fellow parent.


#8

Was really surprised this wasnt already on the list actually.


#9

I find those kind of ones quite endearing. So dated and out of fashion.


#10

That famous comedy phrase - ‘really?’


#11

wish I could find a clip of Adam Buxton doing his ‘really?’ voice…


#12

Garlic bread!


#13

I tell you what I think has totally disappeared (which I am grateful for) is nom nom nom. Not sure if that is a comedy phrase.


#14

when people go “that well known etc etc etc” to lampoon someone who has just suggested something


#15

Woah. Hots fired indeed.


#16

he/she has done you there


#17

Big fan of Epimer’s response here:


#18

Comedy phrases that have been milked? That’s the impression that I get!


#19

Milky milky
Accrington Stanley, who Are They?
Drink a pint a milk a day (Tony Hancock if you are an ignoramus)


#20

found it, 34:15…