Star Wars Dialogues You Can Use In Everyday Life

A lot of dialogues that we throw around in everyday life are in fact from blockbuster movies. We tend to use them unconsciously without even knowing where they actually come from. If you have ever introduced yourself in the “Bond. James Bond” fashion, then today we give you a few more one liners from Star Wars which you can use in your everyday life and win the situation like a boss. Take a look-

“So this is how liberty dies…with thunderous applause”- Padmé Amidala:

Use this when you want to comment sarcastically on an idea which looks seemingly appealing but would actually have negative repercussions. So dramatic!tumblr_inline_nosz8k43eT1sjf2gc_1280

“ I’ve got a bad feeling about this”-Almost Everyone:

Just like the number of times this has been iterated in every Star Wars movie, even you can use this at any point of time when the situation seems to go awry. It could be while you are walking down the aisle or heading for a board meeting!

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“Mind tricks don’t work on me”-Watto:

Just remind that person who’s trying to pull wool over your eyes know who’s the boss and you can’t be fooled by him. *Walks out with swag*

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“Laugh it up, Fuzzball”-Han Solo:

A universal one, if someone is trying to give you a hard time or laughing at something that isn’t really funny, this one liner sets the perfect tone for the situation.

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“I find your lack of faith disturbing”- Darth Vader:

You make a plan and the second moment everyone starts doubting it. That’s the time when you can pull off this ultimate dialogue.

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“It’s a trap!”-Admiral Ackbar:

This one comes handy every time you suspect a thing to be too good to be true.

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“Stay on target”- Gold Five:

This can work as a personal mental note to self to remain focused or can even be the one liner when working in a team.

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Which dialogues from the movies do you use in everyday life? Tell us in the comments section below!

 

 

 

 

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