Win! One Of Ten G.I. Joe Retaliation Prize Packs

Win! One Of Ten G.I. Joe Retaliation Prize Packs

Wait a minute — Bruce Willis and The Rock are in the new G.I. Joe movie? Jesus. Alright, focus man, focus. We have ten G.I. Joe prize packs to give away, including movie tickets, laptop bags and external hard drives. Entering the comp is easy!

All you have to do is answer the following question in the comments below…

In the trailer you hear The Rock joke about catch phrases. Tell us what your personal catch phrase would be, and what situation you’d use it in. As always, please keep it clean!

In G.I Joe: Retaliation there is still an imposter in the White House. The world leaders are all under his control and it’s up to the Joes to fight back. The movie hits cinemas in Australia on March 28.

Good luck everyone!

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  • My personal catchphrase?

    “Sweep the leg Johnny.”

    When? Every tuesday and thursday night. Every time I catch up with mates.

    My goddamn life has been the exact plot to the Karate Kid the last five years. The *exact* plot. I kid you not. Right down the wise mentor who taught me karate and took me all the way to the top to win a National championship. (Well, 2nd in Australia) *woot* I can prove it too!

  • My time working in insurance claims has led to a lot of creative ways of saying someone is at fault, or a liar, etc. All in all I look for reasons why something was not the fault of our client.

    I feel like it’d be very satisfying to, just once, tell someone that yes, I am going to ruin their day, and there’s not a goddamn thing they can do about it.

    So, I’d like to think that as I crack my knuckles and adjust my beret before beating someone in a fist fight, or just before letting go of them while holding them in balance over a dizzying precipice, I would say something like:

    “This time I AM the author of your misfortune.”

    Edit: typos

  • I’d be a demolition expert and my phrases would be about the bodies I blow-up. “I only re-arrange ’em. It’s up to god to put them back together”. “Don’t lose your head”. “He spilled his guts…” Etc

      • I don’t think it has to be real life. Dream up a catch phrase and invent a time to use it.

        Otherwise my catchphrase would be “I only just woke up, can the complaints wait five minutes?”

        Granted, not the best thing to say to your boss, from your desk, at 2pm on a Thursday, but still.

  • “I’m from Brooklyn, b*tch”
    — Any time I am required to take off my shirt. Even though I’m not from Brooklyn.

  • “One more time”

    To be used in any difficult situation where obsessive compulsive persistence is rewarded, such as penis-punchingly hard video games.

    Has the added bonus of distracting ones enemies when paired with your partners catchphrase of “Hit me Baby”. Works best if you and your partner have already rehearsed an accompanying dance.

      • I was more thinking of a Riggs and Murtagh type partner.. be kinda worried if my wife’s catchphrase was ‘Hit me baby!’…

    • In that vein:

      “I’m not stopping till I get a platinum”
      “I’m not stopping till I beat FatShady’s time”

      Though I try to avoid saying the latter, because I know I’ll never get any sleep if I say it too often.

      • Nah it’s getting easier actually because i’m playing heaps less than I was before. Other projects and other games are taking up my time… so have at it dude. (just don’t tell me because I hate when that happens)

  • “I’m right here!” anytime anybody says something disparaging about anyone or anything (e.g. watching the cricket and somebody says “f&*k that was a useless delivery” or “our selectors are bloody idiots” or “why is that idiot spruiking KFC on every single commercial break?”)

    • Also, once again the Terms and Conditions are wrong, Mark! Article posted at 1:30, apparently the comp doesn’t start until 2pm. So every entry received so far is technically invalid…why yes I am a lawyer bored out of my mind at work, how could you tell?

  • That’s one small step for a man, one giant keep for mank….. Oh piece a candy!

    Landing on the moon, candy ends up being alien poop :/

  • In everyday life “It’s far too early for me to be wearing pants, this had better be important” it gets used roughly 5 times a day depending on what goes wrong.

  • Lettuce salsa.
    I’m gonna crack your shell.
    Then make mincemeat out of you.
    I hope I tortilla lesson.

    Situation: Any time I need to escape. These *should* be enough to make just about anyone cringe to death, giving me an opening to leg it.



  • Whenever someone asks me a long and complicated question, I’d paraphrase Snake Eyes by saying:


    (and maybe shrugging if the situation demands it.)

  • My catchphrase would be: “I’m from Buenos Ares, and i say Kill ’em all”
    Used in any particular situation, it either intimidates, or worries people enough that you never have to justify it!

    • “The only good bug is a dead bug!”

      Sir, I’m actually asking if you’d like to fill out this short survey about shopping habits.


      • See i could quote the whole movie as a catchphrase, but the above one is my fav. I even got to use it when i bible basher came up to me in Adelaide and said “Could i just talk to you a moment about the life and works of Jesus our saviour?” Got to use my catchphrase and the guys face was just epic.

        Still love that film though 😀

  • Oh my Glob.

    I have been pretty depressed at my work recently and have been watching an excessive amount of Adventure Time to fill the void. Also commonly use the term ‘Shiny’ in everyday conversation.

  • How would I know? I can’t even remember yesterday.

    Usage: Whenever asked to recall anything, ever.

  • This is literally…

    *the best panini ever*
    *the most fantastic movie of all time*
    *insert similar phrase here*

    Chris Traeger style. Because who doesn’t love over the top enthusiasm? Right?…

  • “Apostrophe man is very angry!”

    Used wherever those horrendous signs abound: “CD’s for sale”, “Cheap banana’s”, “Grammar lesson’s”, etc.

  • Catchpphrase: “When doing a job there are two ways to do it. One actually doing it yourself. Or two, getting somebody else to do it for you”
    Usage: When I’m explaining why I’m lazy.

  • “Oh for the love of Jeff…”

    Used in place of ‘for the love of God’ since Jeff (any Jeff, but for us specifically Hardy) is about as likely to help.

  • “Nicely done.”
    Usage: Whenever something is nicely done.

    “Who’s this guy?”
    Usage: When encountering anyone, even friends/aquaintances

  • “That’s no moon…”
    Useage: At the beach every weekend as my bulkier friends start getting changed.

    “You call that a knife? THIS is a knife!”
    Useage: While holding anything but a knife.

    “And then what happened?”
    Useage: When someone has obviously reached the end of a less than interesting story or anecdote.

  • ‘Tidy bit of work!’
    Used to compliment any good thing; from beautiful chicks to videogame triumphs.
    Example: ‘Tidy bit of a game-winning Falcooooooonn Pawnch!!’

  • The youth of today, tsk tsk… *shakes head in disappointment*

    Pretty much whenever ANYTHING goes viral on YouTube these days, I bow my head in shame. 99.99*% of the time it’s something ridiculous eg. Harlem Shake, Gangnam Style, anything EA announces (minus Battlefield news)

  • I did *something* once! – Where *something* relates to the thing we’re talking about. This is my daily 2 cents on just about every topic. For this competition then the line is simply this…

    I stole it like I meant it once!

  • My personal catchphrase is “What’s for dinner?”
    I use it every night because I don’t know how to cook.

  • When ever anyone asks me a question or makes a statement I always reply with “42”

    because that answers everything 🙂

  • “Whats the worst that could happen?”

    Mostly just before I experiment in the kitchen. Generally, it is the worst that can happen.

  • As Randy Marsh puts it,

    “What seems to be the officer, problem?”

    When getting pulled over for a breath test….


    To be used everywhere, e.g.
    – When looking at any pressure gauge
    – When hearing your phone ring
    – When you’re about to give birth
    – When your friend brings out the NES
    – When turning your car on
    – When whale-watching
    – Sex.

  • “…goddammit Nappa…”

    …anytime someone says something stupid at work. Or anytime I screw something up. Basically im saying it more often than not 🙂

  • *After Bruce Willis says his first line of the movie*


    *Repeated every time Bruce Willis has another line during the whole movie*

  • “Okay everyone, we’ll use the codeword ‘now’ to signal when we’re ready.”

    Whenever a group of friends are planning to do something unnecessarily complicated.

  • “Yippee Ki….Doh Game Over man!”

    Used whenever I think I’m safe to say my primary catchphrase but then realise I’m completely wrong

  • The End (in a tone not unlike a parent finishing a story for a child)

    I say this when it’s obviously not at the end of something, like a random scene transition or npc throwaway line in a jrpg

  • How can you soar like an Eagle when you’re surrounded by turkeys. I work at a lead smelter most people there are brain dead, go figure!

  • This is for the Tekken fighters and those who lost to me
    “You fought the Law and the Law won.”
    My favourite catchphrase right there, never gets old.

  • “Great Googly Moogly!”

    I’ve been trying to reduce my cussin’ so this has replaced … something that I won’t say in polite company.

    Try it, trust me, you’ll love it.

  • “RUN!!!! Its a STAMPEEEEEEDE!!”
    Used when you are the victim of a pursuit or being hunted by an opponent. Inspired by ‘Jumanji’.

  • My intelligence might be artificial, but there’s nothing fake about this *drops pants*

    Whenever I make sweet sweet love!

  • “Man, I do love my life”.

    So many opportunities for this one, but off course Ultimate wins would be the place best suited, plus maybe the odd “Fatality” thrown in too, lol

  • My usual catch phrase in the office (well usually when dealing with tough people) is “What goes around, comes around”

  • “Heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa – WHAT’S GOING ON!?”

    To be used on thugs to show that I’m too crazy to be mugged and leave them in a “WTF!?” moment while I quietly leave.

  • “Hey, I’m walking here!” – catch-phase yelled by the pedestrians from Carmageddon2 and now by me at everyone from hoon drivers to cold callers on the telephone…

  • “You only die once”
    Bit of an homage to lines like “You wanna live forever?” and lately, a reaction to YOLO. I like to think that people live many times; there is always something that can change you and add to your life. So I can live forever, and only die once. I use this phrase when myself or someone near me is about to do something new, like when I need someone to hold my drink.

  • “Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda, Vodka”

    To explain why I didn’t/wont do something, or why I DID do something when drunk.

  • “I’m ambidextrous, I can sign your face with either of my hands!”

    – when giving out fist-print signatures to the baddies’ faces

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