Pardon me for being behind the times, but I am just now catching up on all of last year's Oscar-winning movies, which has made it difficult to understand when people are joking about said movies. I only recently watched "The Departed," and "No Country For Old Men," and last night I had the pleasure of watching "There Will Be Blood." My favorite part of the whole movie was at the end. I don't care to explain what the main character was talking about, but he says, "I drink your milkshake. I drink it up!"
Now first -- if you haven't watched the movie, watch it. You tell me if it's as great as everyone says. Hubs and I were a bit baffled by the time it was finished, although Daniel Day-Lewis did a great job.
But second -- watch this SNL clip. It's so much funnier now that I've actually seen the movie.
I've decided to use the phrase "I drink your milkshake" in some form or another any time myself or someone else is getting shafted. For instance - Hubs and his coworkers won't be getting raises this year. Their milkshakes got drank. We'll be owing the IRS lots of money next year. They're gonna drink our milkshake. If I ever steal a parking spot from someone else, I will yell, "I drink your milkshake!"
The possibilities are endless.