‘Billy Madison’ Lines So Ingrained In Our Culture You Forgot Where They Came From

Face it, if you grew up on ’90s comedies, you have an affinity for Snack Packs, you know your stance on shampoo vs. conditioner, and you definitely like your Sloppy Joes extra sloppy — even if the lady serving them up scares you and your friends. And it’s all thanks to Billy Madison, Adam Sandler’s magnum opus (debate in the comments).

So, here I’ve gathered the lines you probably still use so much, you forgot where they came from…

“Stop looking at me Swan.”

“That Veronica Vaughn is one piece of Ace.”

“Eric is pregnant!”

“I’ll tell you who took those lunches, that damned Sasquatch.”

“Back to school, back to school, to prove to dad that I’m not a fool.”

“Judas Priest, Barbara, it’s one of those flaming bags again!”

“Hey, kids, it’s me. I bet you thought that I was dead. But when I fell over I just broke my leg and got a hemorrhage in my head.”

“Billy likes to drink soda. Miss Lippy’s car is green.”

“It’s too damn hot for a penguin to just be walkin’ around here.”

“I hate cursive and I hate all of you.”

“Have some more Sloppy Joes. I made them extra sloppy for you. I know how you’s kids like ’em sloppy.”

“Stay here as long as you can. For the love of God, cherish it!”


“I am the smartest man alive!”

“Okay. A simple ‘wrong’ would’ve done just fine.”

“Lady, you’re scaring us.”

“No I will not make out with you!”

“You blew it!”

“Chlorophyll? More like BORE-ophyll.”

“Everybody on? Good, great, grand, wonderful! No yelling on the bus!”

“Where’s my Snack Pack?”

“You ain’t cool unless you pee your pants.”

“O’Doyle rules!”