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[after drinking some of Albert Soady's sweet sap whiskey]
Little heavy on the sap.
A little what?
On the sap, it's a little heavy on the sap.
The saps what makes it.
Yeah, well that may be, but if I didn't know better I'd say I just drunk from a bottle of maple syrup.
Gimme the damn jar back!
[gets up from chair]
A man who can't look another man in the hairy eyeball and tell him he's heavy on the sap ain't much of a man.
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This is one of those films you'll either love it or hate it.
And for those that hate it, it is probably because you can't get past the silliness. But taken as a whole this is actually a very entertaining film with some of the best fart jokes of all times. But getting your buck from a two-holer-----you'll see what I mean! Best if viewed with a pasty.
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