Theme: Making movie lines our own.
O."K". Don't cry "foul" -- I don't know where I've heard kiss me quick, and don't slobber. I doubt it's a movie line, but it keeps coming to mind for the letter K in this challenge.
So... this post is dedicated to a few favorite movie lines about kisses:
Gone With the Wind (1939)...
RHETT BUTLER (Clark Gable)
No, I don't think I will kiss you.
Although you need kissing badly.
That's what's wrong with you.
You should be kissed and often,
and by someone who knows how.
ILSA (Ingrid Bergman)
Kiss me. Kiss me as if it were the last time.
The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)...
ROSE MORGAN (Barbra Streisand)
When my date takes me home and kisses
me good night, if I don't hear the
philharmonic in my head, I dump him.
THE GRANDSON (Fred Savage)
They're kissing again. Do we
have to read the kissing parts?
(And then later on...)
GRANDPA (Peter Falk)
And as they reached for each other...
Ah, it's kissing again.
You don't want to hear that.
I don't mind so much.
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)...
YOUNG MELANIE (Dakota Fanning)
Why would you want to
marry me for, anyhow?
YOUNG JAKE (Thomas Curtis)
So I can kiss you anytime I want.
The Simpsons Movie (2007)...
MARGE (Julie Kavner, voice)
Mmmm, best kiss of my life.
HOMER (Dan Castellaneta, voice)
Best kiss of your life, so far.
Maybe we could make some of those movie lines our own instead of: Kiss me like you mean it. Give me a smooch. And yes, sometimes Kiss me quick, and don't slobber.