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9 Hilarious Quotes From Dumb And Dumber That Are Still Funny Today

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Just under 25 years ago, Dumb and Dumber hit the big screen and changed the comedy world forever. Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) embarked on a quest with his best friend Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels) in search of true love.

Throughout their journey to a little place called Aspen - where the beer flows like wine, where beautiful women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano - the twosome had to find a way to pass the time on their road trip. Even though their trip took place in 1994, there are still, easily, 10 Hilarious Quotes From Dumb and Dumber that Are Still Funny Today.

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9 Hey, You Wanna Hear The Most Annoying Sound In The World?

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While Joe Mentalino (Mike Starr) hitches a ride with Harry and Lloyd, he knows he's in for a ride with a pair of dummies. Though, he may have underestimated just how dumb these two are.

For example, at one point Lloyd asks Joe, "Hey, you wanna hear the most annoying sound in the world?" Umm, no? Now, thanks to Lloyd, you can still hear to this day the occasional "EEEEEEEEEEE!" screech.

If nothing else, this is incentive to vet the people you go on long road trips with.

8 According To The Map, We’ve Only Gone 4 Inches.

No one uses a hard copy map these days, right? A GPS is essentially the same thing, but interactive.

What's more surprising about Harry's ridiculous comment isn't the fact he has no clue the map's measurements are scaled down, it's more that he has any semblance of an idea about how to use a map. Anyone born in 2000 or later doesn't have a clue how to use a map. A lot of people born earlier still don't know how.

Hard to imagine, but Harry may know how to use a map better than the average American.

7 I’m Going To Hang By The Bar. Put Out The Vibe.

Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels in Dumb and Dumber

When you think of heartthrobs from the '90s, you think of Brad Pitt, John Stamos, or George Clooney, but there's one who stands above the rest: Lloyd Christmas. The man knew how to let the ladies know he was single and ready to mingle.

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He knew well and good you can't come across as desperate. And his best move?

"I’m going to hang by the bar. Put out the vibe."

Sheer genius.

6 Why You Going To The Airport? Flying Somewhere?

This can be a nice ice breaker for Uber drivers. Although, if you get the wrong person in your car, who hasn't seen Dumb and Dumber and they realize how dumb you sound, this could make for an awkward ride.

In the movie itself, the scene just gets dumber when Mary Swanson (Lauren Holly) asked Lloyd how he figured it out.

"Well, I saw your luggage. Then when I noticed the airline ticket I put two and two together."

5 Austria. Well Then. G’day, Mate! Let’s Put Another Shrimp On The Barbie!

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There are definitely times as a kid where you got Austria and Australia mixed up. Now, a man in his early 30s is a completely different story. Especially when you run into someone from either country. Austrians sound similar to Germans, if anyone, and Australians are closer to the English, for obvious reasons.

Could you imagine someone mistaking Arnold Schwarzenegger's accent for Hugh Jackman's? That's basically what Lloyd did.

4 Nice Set Of Hooters You Got There.

Can you imagine saying this to a complete stranger? Some people probably do, but there's a good chance that's followed by a slap across the face.

Stick to Lloyd's approach and hang by the bar to "put out the vibe."

Even if someone has a pair of owls by them, it's probably best to call them owls. Or maybe just avoid people who have owls on their person in general. Who owns owls? It even seems like a weird pet for obscenely rich people to have. What message are you trying to get across by having an owl as a pet?

And if you hang out with someone who does own an owl, never mind two, you may want to take a good look in the mirror and ask yourself, "who am I trying to impress?"

3 Kick His Ass, Sea Bass.

To the people of Boston, Cam Neely will always be a hockey legend, finishing with such a historic hockey career. For everyone else outside of Massachusetts and the hockey world, he's simply known as Sea Bass.

It's a cameo a select group can fully appreciate, but anyone who's seen Dumb and Dumber knows Sea Bass for spitting in Harry's burger after getting hit in the head with a salt shaker. (That and the bathroom scene.)

As Sea Bass approach Harry and Lloyd's table, one of his friends hollered the famous line. And it still holds up today in pretty much any setting.

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"We got no food, we got no jobs, our pets heads are falling off!"

Everyone's been down on their luck at some point in life. Whether you experience financial struggles, relationship frustrations or anything else, life can be cruel.

But you've never hit rock-bottom until you have a pet lose its head.

2 Just When I Think You Couldn’t Possibly Be Any Dumber, You Go And Do Something Like This … And Totally Redeem Yourself!

Most memorable quotes are quick. A few seconds at most. This one lasts about 12 seconds, yet still remains one of the greats from Dumb and Dumber.

Jeff Daniels has been in some impressive roles through the years, branching well outside of comedy. However, this could be his greatest moment as an actor, ever.

In all seriousness, the first time you see this moment, it actually feels like Harry is about to lose it on Lloyd. Nine seconds into what feels like a father scolding his son, we're all reminded exactly how dumb Harry is.

1 So You're Tellin' Me There's A Chance.

(Before getting into the line itself, it's worth mentioning this scene also gave us Lloyd's line, "What do you think the chances are of a guy like you and a girl like me... ending up together.")

This movie came out in 1994, yet you still see GIFs and memes of Jim Carrey and his ridiculous bowl cut pop up on social media from the moment he famously said to Mary, "So you're tellin' me there's a chance" regarding them developing an intimate relationship, after she essentially told him there wasn't a chance.

Well, 1 in a million is still a chance, technically.

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