and shake her fist at you when you climax.
"Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."
We at Cracked have never actually seen Gone with the Wind
-- that would have cut into valuable black market pornography time, or as we like to call it, "weekdays" -- so we have no idea in what context Rhett Butler said this line to Scarlett O'Hara. Luckily, however, most of the people who've claimed to have seen this fossil are either film majors, lying or dead -- so really, who cares. USING IT PROPERLY
The great thing about "Frankly my dear" is that it has all the essentials of a great quote: it' short, to the point, and misogynistic, which makes it useful in a wide variety of situations. And, should a man ever have the balls to say this to his wife as she is delivering his baby, that guy deserves a high-five. Also a plane ticket, as he'll soon need it to lay low for a bit.
Okay, a lot of you might not know that this is what Captain Kirk (played by William Shatner, of course) screams at Ricardo Montalbon' Khan in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
This film is often held as the high watermark for wrath-based Trek
movies. USING IT PROPERLY
Anytime you hear "Khaaaan!", it means there's probably a nerd nearby who is pissed off, so you might want to look down and make sure you're not stepping on any twenty-sided dice. Nerds fight like cornered raccoons, and they take words like "wrath" very seriously. Also, they will go right for your fucking eyes.
Say something like "Buffy Red Dwarf Gandalf, Kirk's better than Picard" and beat a retreat in the confusion.
"You wan't the truth? You can't HANDLE the truth!"
This bad boy's from the ending scene in A Few Good Men, where Tom Cruise successfully outwits tough-as-nails marine Jack Nicholson into admitting he ordered the death of an incompetent cadet. No, you read that right: Tom Cruise outwits someone. It's fiction.