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Top Ten things We've All Learned From the Movies
(submitted by NNFQ)
When the lights go out, you must all split up and go for help.
One should never underestimate the probability of large groups of people spontaneously breaking out in song and dance.
(Didn't you see the signs around town? We had practices all last week!)
When the most feared man in the universe severs your hand, it's only a matter of time before you find out he's your father.
Insurance premiums must be very high for fruit stand vendors.
Never trust a place without background music, something creepy will eventually jump from nowhere.
Every room in every bulding is somehow connected by crawling-sized ventilation systems.
(Kirsten the B)
Aliens really, really hate Midwesterners.
Grain, salt and Grade-D butter put together are surprisingly expensive.
Market forces are powerful, but not powerful enough to sweep away Madonna.
Meg Ryan's only goal in life is to spend two hours hating a man, before immediately falling in love with him.
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