George Lucas what the hell were you on? (Sexual innuendo from Star Wars)

Top ten sexually suggestive lines in the Star Wars Trilogy
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>Star Wars
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>10. “Get in there you big furry oaf, I don’t care what you smell!”
>9. “Luke, at that speed do you think you’ll be able to pull out in time?”
>8. “Put that thing away before you get us all killed.”
>7. “You’ve got something jammed in here real good.”
>6. “Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?”
>5. “You came in that thing? You’re braver than I thought.”
>4. “Sorry about the mess…”
>3. “Look at the size of that thing!”
>2. “Curse my metal body, I wasn’t fast enough!”
>1. “She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts, kid.”
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>The Empire Strikes Back
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>10. “I thought that hairy beast would be the end of me.”
>9. “Size matters not. Judge me by my size, do you?”
>8. “There’s an awful lot of moisture in here.”
>7. “But now we must eat. Cum, good food, cumm…”
>6. “That’s okay, I’d like to keep it on manual control for a while.”
>5. “Hurry up, golden-rod…”
>4. “I must’ve hit it pretty close to the mark to get her all riled up like
>that, huh kid?”
>3. “Possible he came in through the south entrance.”
>2. “And I thought they smelled bad on the outside!”
>1. “Control, control! You must learn control!”
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>Return of the Jedi:
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>10. “Hey, point that thing someplace else.”
>9. “I look forward to completing your training. In time you will call me
>master.”
>8. “I never knew I had it in me.”
>7. “There is good in him, I’ve felt it.”
>6. “Grab me, Chewie. I’m slipping – hold on. Grab it, almost… you almost
>got it. Gently now, all right, easy, easy, hold me Chewie.”
>5. “Hey, Luke, thanks for coming after me – now I owe you one.”
>4. “Back door, huh? Good idea!”
>3. “She’s gonna blow!”
>2. “I think you’ll fit in nicely.”
>1. “Rise, my friend.”
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>But of course, one of the best is - “Wedge! Pull out! You’re not doing any
>good back there!”

That is some funny stuff. I was snickering and gasping from the first one.

What about…

“You’re all clear, kid! Let’s blow this thing and go home.”

(I admit I’m paraphrasing… I haven’t watched Episode IV in a while.)

Where did I put that email of the top 10 Star Wars lines that are improved by replacing one word with “pants”?

Or Star Wars lines inserting Spank?

Hehehe…
You Came in the those pants? You’re braver than I thought!

The Force is strong in my pants.

Pushkin, you think like an 11-year-old boy. Only more so.

Is that necessarily bad? Geez, I hope not.

“The force is in everything. Those trees, those rocks, my pants…”

I was seriously innocent at the age of 11, this is me making up for it. But remember,
you are not a number you are a free man!

I suppose what I meant was that you think like many of the 11 year old boys in my class, only with more depth and sophistication.

I must admit, I didn’t ‘get’ all of your references, but then again, I don’t ‘get’ all of the things that my students seem to interpret sexually. I still haven’t figured out how they got some sexual connotation out of the term “hoe-down.” It occurred to me that you might be just the man to ask.

The trick is to imply as much as you can without dwelling to much on any literal interpretation. I can see but not explain the connotation they’ve come up with, really at times its to do with your mindset.
BTW the worst a teacher can do is get caught up over some joke their pupils have. 11 year olds can be dangerous, they are very good at finding weaknesses and exploiting them.

You really don’t get this? It’s probably much simpler than you think. Ho is a slang term for a prostitute. Plus, they may be picking up on the rhyme with “go down,” but I think the “hoe” part will be more than enough to send little kids into hysterics.

Actually, from someone (relatively) closer in age, It is a play on go down, but it’s actualyl a command, more like “Ho! Down!” And if you’re stupid enough to yell it in a southern classroom, all the girls in the class will drop to the floor and pick a position… :wink: or at least that’s the idea.

Death Star = egg cell.

Rebel fighters = sperm cells.

And you’re focusing on the dialogue? And look at the expression on Luke’s face when he finally blows up the D.S. Doesn’t he look like he just came?

It’s really enough to send highschoolers into hysterics. Really. I’ve seen it happen.

Back to the topic at hand …

How could you forget the classic exchange from Ep. 4 between Han and Leia, possibly foreshadowing their eventual marriage?

Interior – Death Star – Trash compactor

HAN: “Get on top of it!”
LEIA: “I’m trying!”

“I wouldn’t want the Emperor’s prize to be damaged. We will test the procedure first… on Captain Solo.”

Or Lando “Han! Just a little higher!!!”

As a Southern girl, I am very offended. It takes a little more than that to get me on the floor and pick a position!

And hey, the extension of a lightsaber just has to bring to mind phallic imagery…

C’mon, dopers, you’re two movies behind. Where are the great lines from SW1 and 2?

<hijack> In the fifth grade, our teacher was reading from Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIHM. Our eleven year old gutterbrains made us start gliggling at some scene with rats carrying packages. Our giggles reduced our teacher to a like-minded state of gutterbrainedness. By the end of the class, even he was raoring with laguther and the whole lot of us were in tears we were laughing so hard.

Sometimes that juvenile stuff just takes off and keeps going.

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