Here's a game, folks:
Come up with a quote by any famous person (whether deserving of fame or not) or historical figure (whether history truly acknowledges them, or not) that you think they should have said. No irony is too great. No inaccuracy too inscrutable.
"Gimmicks?! We don' need no steenkin' gimmicks!" -Gene Simmons of KISS.
"Something tells meI should've stood in bed." -any historical figure who's been assassinated, and may have actually had a famous last word.
"Sic semper terrablis....er....tyrranosaurus....er....ahhh, what the hell, just DIE!" -John Wilkes Booth
"Somehow, I knew this was a bad idea!" -Abraham Lincoln, possibly famous last words.
"So, other than that, how did you like the play, Mrs.Lincoln?" -anonymous usher at Ford's Theater.
"He left me what in his will?!" -Mary Todd Lincoln
"Bartender, pour me another before I kick this guy's ***!" -Mohandas K. Gandhi
"He left me what in his will?!" -Indira Gandhi
"Hey! Did you see that glint over in that grassy knoll?". -JFK
"I'm sure it was nothing, hun." -Jacqueline "Jackie" Kennedy Onasis
"...and now I'll show you the real power of a cell phone in use!" -The next Republican president to all Middle Eastern terrorists.