So you might have heard about the show Letterkenny and became too curious to try to watch it. As expected, you loved the show and found it to be too relatable to how you live your life. The Show has a lot of wits and perhaps even wisdom in the way it delivers comedy and everyday life encounters and events.
While you may not live in a small rural Canadian town, you can still find Letterkenny quite relatable and very entertaining because of the different daily antics and uncanny yet still very much realistic events they go through. And if you love the show’s characters and the way they deliver memorable lines, here are some of the best Letterkenny quotes to get you through the day.
If I was a Dr. Seuss book, I’d be The Fat in the Hat.
You have probably heard of the popular children’s stories by Dr. Seuss. But Katy plays a clever and witty pun when she described how fat she felt while mixing her predicament with the popular Cat in the Hat book by Dr. Seuss.
While Katy is anything but fat (and she certainly looks like a sexy cat in a lot of our eyes), there is no denying how cleverly delivered this line was. Of course, we also have to love how relatable the line is especially for those who often feel fat or acceptable to the beauty standards set by society.
Tim’s, McDonald’s, and the beer store are all closed on Christmas Day. And that’s your whole world right there.
A lot of us live a basic lifestyle that involves eating fast food and drinking beer. There’s nothing wrong with that kind of a lifestyle so long as you are happy and contented but Letterkenny made it feel like we weren’t alone in this world when they delivered this line.
Nevertheless, the line delivered by Wayne is still an eye-opener to a lot of people who simply eat McDonald’s and drink beer always. It might be a happy and simple routine but it should be something we might want to reconsider if we want to be healthy and much more productive. It’s still relatable line though.
Jonesy: We need backup, boys.
Wayne: Hard no.
Reilly: Oh, c’mon, where’s your jam, bud?
Wayne: Not my pig, not my farm.
Jonesy: Where’s the sacrifice?
Wayne: Oh, get off the cross, we need the wood.
Cleverly delivered in such a funny situation, this conversation ranks as one of the best the show has had because of how it incorporated wit, humor, and practicality in a situation that a lot of us often get into.
The line teaches us that you don’t always have to take one for the team and sacrifice what you can’t give or don’t have. It even goes a bit deeper by telling us “to get off the cross at times when we need the “wood because we shouldn’t always be giving people things we need for our survival.
It’s a hard life picking stones and pulin’ teats, but as sure as God’s got sandals, it beats fightin’ dudes with treasure trails.
What makes this quote relatable is that Wayne teaches us in this line that your job may not be easy and certainly is not as fruitful as you would have wanted. However, you also have to look at the bright side and realize that it beats other jobs that are tougher. Of course, having a job is better than having none at all.
It’s like algebra…why you gotta put numbers and letters together?
There probably are a lot of people in the world who can relate to this quote on a very deep level. This one takes us back to our middle school and high school days when we were forced to understand something we probably don’t even understand to this day.
Math is already hard as it is but algebra had to make it even tougher but putting numbers and letters together. Probably everyone else in the world can relate to this line regardless of whether or not they are good at math.
Oh I’m stomping the brakes, put that idea right through the fucking windshield.
Everyone goes through those times when they happen to hear a stupid or dumb idea but cannot seem to tell the person that it sounded stupid. Well, this line sums up one of the best and yet still blatant way of calling out someone’s opinions or ideas when they don’t seem to fit the situation or when you feel like they are uncalled for.
But if you take the idea into consideration and it works, would you still be calling it stupid?
Great day for hay
This is one of the most clever and memorable lines in the show. It is a term they use to describe sunny weather considering that grass grows better when the sun is shining. The line also connects with the everyday quote “make hay while the sun shines.
You may want to incorporate the line “great day for hay if you want to be unique in your approach or if you want to sound witty and clever when greeting people and telling them about the nice weather.
Your sister’s hot, Wayne! There I said it! I said it! I regret nothing! I regret nothing!
…I’m too fat to run.
Admit it. We have all been through times when we simply had to say something we always wanted to say and then we immediately get the feeling that we don’t regret ever saying it. It’s a relatable thing in life to want to say or even do something you do not regret even though it ends up harming us in the end.
And even if you are too fat to run or not capable of taking back and owning up to what you just said or did, the fact that you didn’t regret saying or doing it is already a huge win in most of our books.
Well, there’s nothing better than a fart. Except kids falling off bikes, maybe. Fuck, I could watch kids fall off bikes all day, I don’t give a shit about your kids.
There was nothing conservative about Letterkenny’s humor. The show took it to another level when Wayne said that he found kids falling off bikes to be pretty hilarious. And what is true and sad at the same time is that most of us also do find it funny to see kids falling off bikes.
Parent or not, seeing kids falling off bikes just has a different kind of humor and is something that everyone will go on to admit is pretty funny in a dark way.
Pitter patter, let’s get at ‘er.
Finally, we get to the most memorable quote we can get from Letterkenny. This is the show’s trademark line and is something you would often hear people in the show say as probably their way of saying that they need to get things done.
What makes this quote so memorable is that everyone who has ever had to live in a small rural town understands what it feels like to have a trademark line that only your town has. And the most amazing part is that such a line seems to be universally understood by anyone who lives or comes from that town.
Whether you are a fan of Letterkenny or not or even if you are a fan but you cannot relate with the show’s settings, you have to admit that it has some of the best lines that can be outright funny especially when they are delivered thoughtfully well-written.