GE46: 5 Life Lessons from Kevin Smith’s Clerks

Clerks-DVDThe black and white indie film, Clerks, by Kevin Smith has much to teach us.  We share five life lessons we can all learn from the film.

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5 Life Lessons from Clerks

  1. “I’m Not Even Supposed to Be Here Today”-Dante Hicks
  2. “You Should Shit or Get Off the Pot”-Randal Graves
  3. “If you want Caitlyn then talk to Veronica and be with Caitlyn.  If you want Veronica then be with Veronica.  Don’t pine for one and fuck the other.”-Randal Graves
  4. “Now here comes the speech about how he’s just doing his job by following orders.  Friends let me tell you about another group of hate mongers.  They were called Nazis…”-Chewlie’s Gum Representative
  5. “How many?  How many dicks have you sucked?  How many?  Something like 36?  I’m 37!?!  37, my girlfriend sucked 37 dicks.”-Dante Hicks

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What are some other life lessons you’ve learned from Clerks?


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You’ll want to check out Jonathan’s other podcast: Wargaming Recon, a historical wargaming podcast with new episodes every other Monday.


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