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All The ‘Happy Gilmore’ Quotes You Know You’re Still Repeating

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.

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