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|Sudden Impact, 1983 Go ahead. Make my day. Inspector Harry Callahan, 1983 |
Go ahead. Make my day. President Ronald Reagan, 1985 The fourth installment
in the Dirty Harry franchise is notable for three reasons. It is the only film of the ...
|vocabulary week by week at week, month by month at month, year by year at |
year day in, day out, also day in and day out ... Go ahead, make my day. usage:
used as a humorous way to show that the person you are speaking to knows it
|GO. AHEAD—MAKE. MY. DAY! They say that opposites attract andI am just |
absolute proof of that fact. When Bob and I first got married, I came home from
work and he said, “Guess what, honey? I bought you a rifle today.” Now, you
|and captured in the renumerative cliches, "Go for it!" and "Go ahead. Make my |
day!" Rocky Balboa's "Go for it!" (which has become the clarion call for the U.S.
brand of rugged individualism) and Clint Eastwood's "Go ahead. Make my day!
|Frankly, it had been nice to be away from her for the whole day. And while that |
made him a bad person, he couldn't help but be honest with himself. Phoebe
went into the carrier on the kitchen table, with the turtle she hadn't let go of since
|In Sudden Impact, a 1983 movie starring Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, a violent |
vigilante cop, the law officer aims his gun at a hostage-taker brandishing his own
weapon and snarls, “Go ahead, make my day.” The phrase was a challenge to ...
|go! | gobbler 440 ». go upside someone's head to hit someone on the head us, |
7959 • If she hollers cop, all yo do is bop ... 44, 1975 go ahead, make my day
used to summon defiance us, 7983 From the movie character Dirty Harry played
|Also I have the joy of knowing I probably made someone else's day with my |
patient peace of mind. That is why I have always during this hard challenge said
to the devil go ahead make my day. Because devil whatever you send I am going
|Such images are modelled on the John-Wayneing of America and captured in |
the remunera— tive cliches “Go for it!” (which became the clarion call for the US.
brand of rugged individualism) and Clint Eastwood's “Go ahead. Make my day!
|One morning, I spontaneously thought of Clint Eastwood's famous vigilante threat |
to the cinematic villain: Go ahead, make my day! This thought juxtaposed
simultaneously with: This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad
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