Mojo's Dramatic Indecision

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As you all know--or at least SHOULD know--Mojo practically worships John Cleese as being just about the perfect mix of funny, talented and smart. Mojo's Favorite Husband is likewise funny, talented and smart, but he was not around during Mojo's Delicate Formative Years whereas John Cleese was, since Mojo's family was an early fan of Monty Python in the 70s, when they first ran on PBS. I thought John Cleese was a standout then, and continues to this day. Mojo wuvs her some John Cleese, okay?

Which leaves Mojo in a terrible quandary. Which John Cleese quote should be her absolute favorite? She has it narrowed down to two contenders:


"...clever people like me who talk loudly in restaurants..."

and:

"That's the sort of blinkered, Philistine pig-ignorance I've come to expect from you noncreative garbage."


Every time I try to come up with my favorite Cleese quote, I keep vacillating between these two like a PONG game on crack. Which, again, just shows my age, huh? I mean, even Donkey Kong would be a more up-to-date reference. Loser.

Mojo

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Both are great, but I prefer the non-creative garbage reference... and even *I*, who is ages older, know that Donkey Kong has evolved into The various Mario Bros franchise.

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