Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison have proven to be Adam Sandler’s most lasting comedy films, both in terms of quotability and their embraceable structure. For that reason — and to celebrate Kevin “harness in the good, block out the bad” Nealon’s 61st birthday — I present to you all the Happy Gilmore Quotes you should still be using…
“I eat pieces of sh*t like you for breakfast!” — Shooter McGavin
Everyday use: When the words leave your mouth faster than you can think about them.
“Psycho!” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When you’re not the crazy one.
“You’re gonna die, clown!” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When inanimate objects get the best of you.
“Mista, mista. Get me outta here.” — Nursing Home Patient
Everyday use: When you want to leave a party.
“I don’t want a piece of you, I want the whole thing!” — Bob Barker
Everyday use: When you can’t be intimidated.
“Harness in the good energy, block out the bad.” — Potter
Everyday use: When you need to relax.
“Damn you people, go back to your shanties.” — Shooter McGavin
Everyday use: When everyone is against you.
“If I saw myself in clothes like that I’d have to kick my own ass.” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When you don’t want to dress the part.
“Damned alligator bit my hand off.” — Chubbs
Everyday use: When something is holding you back.
“Where were you on that one dipsh*t?” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When the person who has your back isn’t always there.
“You could trouble me for a warm glass of shut the hell up!” — Nursing Home Orderly
Everyday use: When your friends are asking for too much.
“Are you too good for your home? Answer me!” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When nothing is going your way.
“Now your back’s gonna hurt, ’cause you just pulled landscaping duty.” — Nursing Home Orderly
Everyday use: When you make the rules.
“Why don’t I go eat some hay? I can make things out of clay, or lay by the bay. I just may. Whaddya say?” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When you catch someone pretending to be a poet.
“It’s all in the hips!” — Chubbs
Everyday use: When the technique can use a little jingle.
“The price is wrong, b*tch.” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When you’ve turned the tables.
“You suck, ya Jackass!” — Jeering Fan
Everyday use: When you’re rooting against someone.
“Tap tap tap it in.” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When someone’s technique isn’t working for you.
“You eat pieces of sh*t for breakfast?” — Happy Gilmore
Everyday use: When someone needs to choose their words more carefully.