No, if you want lazy, this is the place to come.
I, too, find myself at a loss for stuff to blog about. But unlike Eric, I'm going to ask you guys to do all of the heavy lifting. Here's the deal. A couple of days ago, Ken Levine had this (among other things) to say:
The Mariners won five of the seven games I called. In one dramatic inning our pitcher struck out a guy to end a big threat and I blurted out, “Wow, if I had a catchphrase I’d be saying it RIGHT NOW!”
Granted, I'm not on TV or on the radio, but I think I'd like to have a catchphrase. And you guys get to come up with one for me.
Where/when will I use my nifty new catchphrase? Anywhere! Anytime! Just imagine; I get called to interview for the next HUGE Hollywood blockbuster. I walk into the office and as I shake hands with whoever I'm meeting, I say confidently, "The call me Mr. Tibbs!" Maybe the cashier at the grocery store has just finished ringing up my purchase. She tells me the total. "Run Forrest, run!", I holler. A waiter has just told me about the evening's specials. "Inconceivable!" is my reply.
There are so many that could come in handy and make absolutely zero sense (or too much sense), depending on the situation: "It's clobberin' time!", "Say hello to my little friend", "That's gonna leave a mark", "That'll do pig". The possibilities are endless!
Unfortunately, those catchphrases are all already taken. I mean, sure...people would look at me kinda funny if I started injecting movie catchphrases into random moments of conversation, but they'd recognize them as movie catchphrases. If I have my own brand new, never before uttered catchphrase, they'll really think I'm nuts!* And you can help.
Please suggest a Catchphrase for Nathan in the comments. Suggest as many as you like. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.
*No, I haven't actually lost it. I just honestly couldn't think of anything else to blog about this morning. You've gotta admit this is a pretty easy way to go. N'est-ce pas?