4. "Shake and bake!"
Origins: It's not just dinner for poor people anymore. "Shake and bake" is also the victorious catchphrase of racecar driver Ricky Bobby in Talladega Nights: That Will Ferrell Movie With Cars.
Common Usage: Usually delivered with a fist bump, "shake and bake" is like a Forrest Gump quote mixed with a high five. It shows your friends that you think of yourself as a semi-retarded NASCAR driver, and that you hold them in the same high regard. Sprinkling a "shake and bake" in while dishing out the celebratory fist bumps lets everyone in the room know that your last big win was completing the Tri-Force (in "The Legend of Zelda," but you knew that).
3. "Are they built for speed or comfort? What'd you do with them? Motorboat? You play the motorboat? [Motorboat sound] You motorboatin' son of a b***h. You old sailor, you."
Origins: If Wedding Crashers has any flaws, it's that the movie's only conflict is that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's characters get too much trim. If we wanted to worry about something completely implausible that will never affect us, we'd go watch An Inconvenient Truth. The only realistic aspect of the movie is that even when he's ankle deep in labia, Vaughn still gets excited to talk about boobs, as in this oft quoted passage.