Bridesmaids is life. It's probably one of the better comedies to come out recently. Pretty much every scene in the movie has been turned into a GIF, and it was able to garner Oscar nominations in 2012. For a comedy film, that's huge.
A big part of the reason why it worked so well is because every line in the movie is applicable to everyday life to some degree. Surely, Torontonians can relate to a lot of the lines in the movie. Here are 18 hilarious quotes from bridesmaids that perfectly describe life in Toronto:
Your parents after you graduated from university:
"We would like to invite you to no longer live with us anymore."
On your current life status:
"I am in my 30's, I have 40,000 dollars in debt, I live with a weirdo..."
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To American tourists visiting the CN tower:
"Hello fellas, here I am, put your American sausage in my [Canadian] McMuffin."
On the upcoming Pride celebrations:
"I'm reaaady to paaartyyy!"
When you have drunk munchies but The Lakeview's already closed for the night:
"This should be open. It's Civil Rights. It's the 90s."
On Toronto YouTuber Lily Singh:
"I feel like her life is going off and getting perfect, and mine is just like..."
Being on the phone while you're on the 501 Queen Streetcar:
"I'm sorry. I'm surrounded by savages."
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On a statue at Ireland Park:
"You don't wanna look right at it. It's too aggressive"
When you finally drive past a cyclist that's been slowing you down on the Bloor:
"Auf Wiedersen, asshole."
Hitting on a girl at Wildflower:
"You are more beautiful than Cinderella! You smell like pine needles, and have a face like sunshine!"
Explaining your night to your boys the day after failing to pick-up that girl from Wildflower:
"I cracked a blanket in half. Do you get where I'm going with that?"
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On Toronto supermodel Nick Bateman:
"I'm glad he's single because I'm going to climb that like a tree."
At Mildred's Temple Kitchen:
"You wanna get back in that rest room and not rest?"
On being a Toronto foodie:
"Physically, I don't bloat. It's a gift."
On the self-control of a Toronto foodie:
"Look at that f***ing cookie!!!"
Trying to get into Lula's Lounge for free:
"I'm with him. I'm... I'm Mrs. Iglesias."
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Running into someone at Union but you're in a rush:
"This is so awkward. I really want you to leave, but I don't know how to say it without sounding like a d*ck."
On every day Toronto living:
"Help me I'm poor."
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