+ When The Misfit says "She would of been a good woman, if it had been somebody there to shoot her every minute of her life."
+ In Kafka's "The Judgement" when the father shouts that he does indeed know the friend in St. Petersburg and has been secretly communicating with him and then says "I've been representing him here on the spot!" Such a hilarious line.
+ Johnny Rotten screaming "We are ruled by none.... ever... EVER... EVER!!!" and then the awesome guitar riff drops. Say what you want about the Sex Pistols, but this is perhaps the most punk rock moment in the history of music.
+ Brian Eno singing "You've got to make a choice between the Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch and meeeeeeee." Although people look at you funny if you sing it to yourself.
+ The way Achewood characters speak. It is hard to explain, but the majority of the humor for me is in the quirky phrasing the characters use. Take when Teodor explains why the couch wanted to be shipped to china, it is the couches retirement:
Teodor: "Now, maybe if you learn Chinese just good enough, we can visit him someday!"
Phillipe: "Aw, why learn Chinese just to go bug a guy! Let's don't and say we did!"
+ Henry Fonda as Frank in Once Upon a Time in the West, the greatest western villain ever. Also, this exchange.
Morton: Not bad. Congratulations. Tell me, was it necessary that you kill all of them? I only told you to scare them.
Frank: People scare better when they're dying.
+ Sonic Youth's "Expressway to your skull"
+ Author Wells Tower's name, Wells Tower.
+ T-shirts with joke phrases on them are of course lame, but I approve of T-shirts with large font phrases like "WHAT THE HELL PEOPLE!?", "THAT'S WHAT'S UP," and the like.
+ Zoidberg: "Your music is bad, and you should feel bad!"