20 Lines From Wedding Crashers That You Still Use All the Time
This year marks the 11th anniversary of Wedding Crashers, which is both amazing and wildly depressing. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn have a magical chemistry as true best friends whose favorite pastime is showing up at weddings uninvited. Not only is the comedy on point, but the movie is also grounded in some real emotions — not to mention there's the presence of Bradley Cooper, who had not yet become a household name. Ver decade later, we're still quoting the comedy every day. In honor wedding season, here are 20 GIFs that you'll probably recognize, because you still use these lines all the time.
When you get up on Monday mornings and look in the mirror.
When your barista says the espresso machine is temporarily out of service.
When you're trying to casually run into that cute guy at lunch.
Then you spot him and you try to get his attention.
But you get kind of extreme when he tells you he's not on Facebook.
When you're having a serious talk with your co-workers but you don't actually know what's going on.
Then when they realize you don't know what you're talking about and tell you to check your email.
When you go to your parents' house for dinner because all you have is butter.
When your friends want to play a game but your charades partner can't even guess Mean Girls.
Get it together, Marsha.
When your partner overhears you saying she's terrible at charades.
When you're at the clubs and your friend suddenly really wants a cheesesteak.
But then you realize she's going to leave whether you go with her or not.
When you wake up and realize that you actually ended up eating two cheesesteaks.
When that guy still hasn't texted you and you pretend you're cool with it.
But inside you're sure you'll be alone for the rest of your days.
When your brunch buddy is unsure whether to go sweet or savory.
Then later when you're watching True Detective season two.
Sorry, Rachel McAdams and Vince Vaughn, but it's confusing.
And when the pizza delivery guy arrives.
OK, never. Well, probably never.