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10 Memorable Pop Culture Lines That Everyone Still Quotes (Though We Wish They Didn't)

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Everybody has a favorite line from their favorite movie, and while some will get you some blank stares, others are so iconic that they've become part of our every day language. In the case of these 10 quotes, people quote them even if they've never even seen what they come from.

"I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse."

No line in a film has even been so cryptic and intimidating, and we all wish we were as badass as Vito Corleone.

"Missed it by THAT much."

Plenty of people nowadays don't seem to know this is a quote, and they really need to Get Smart.

"No. I am your father."

No, the line is not "Luke, I am your father." Everyone tends to get the most famous one-line plot twist in history wrong, but that doesn't make it any less iconic.

"How YOU doin'?"

Joey Tribbiani is everybody's favorite lovable doofus, and this line was always a highlight of the show.

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