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Too late, Buck remembered his father's advice: 'Never bring a potato to a gun fight.'
"He was right, you know - a queen can move as many spaces as she likes."
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"Though you be a villainous scoundrel, fairness demands I inform you that's your cell."
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"I'm feeling a little guilty for having introduced them to each other."
"John, do you know anything about fighting a duel this morning?"
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"Two out of three."
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"No need to thank me, Ma'am-I would have murdered him anyways."
Apples and Oranges Shoot-Out
Tags:shoot out, shoot outs, shoot-out, shoot-outs, stand off, stand offs, stand-off, stand-offs, duel, duels, fight, fights, cowboy, cowboys, western, westerns, apple and orange, apples and oranges, differences, settling differences, idiom, idioms, saying, sayings, comparison, comparison, fruit, fruits
"Ain't isn't a word, and you know it."
Tags:word game, word game, word-game, word-games, wordgame, wordgames, dictionary, dictionaries, competitive, competitiveness, scrabble, boardgame, boardgames, duel, duels, shootout, shootouts, gunfighter, gunfighters, gunfight, gunfights, grammarian, grammarians, grammar, spelling, spellings, outlaw, outlaws
"Ever the gentleman, eh, Westbrook?"
"I hope I can still count on an endorsement."
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"Damn if I didn't start walking in this direction for a reason..."
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"To be on the safe side, let's just say 'noonish.'"
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"We've already projected a winner."
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"This town ain't big enough for the both of us to social distance effectively."
Tags:song, songs, song lyrics, western, westerns, wild west, old west, american frontier, frontier town, showdown, showdowns, duel, duels, duelling, sanitizer, sanitiser, face mask, face masks, ppe, personal protective equipment, covid-19, covid 19, corona, coronavirus, novel coronavirus, corona virus, novel corona virus, pandemic, pandemics, self-isolation, social distancing, quarantine, quarantines, quarantined, lockdown, lockdowns, social distance
"He didn't have to get snippy about it!"
'Well, well, well. . . Bucky Hutchins, the so-called fastest pillow fighter in the west. . .'
Tags:spaghetti western, wild west, old west, west, spaghetti eastern, western, westerns, east side, eastern, business, businesses, tech, technology, technological, executive, exec, execs, executives, new york, new york city, nyc, n y c, cell phone, cell, cells, mobile, mobile phones, phone, phones, businessmen, businessman, wall street, wall-street, shoot out, shoot outs, duel, duels, duelling, draw, subvert, subversion, subverting, subverts, invert, inverts, inversion, cliche, cliches, stereotype, stereotypes, stereotyping
They say the pen is mightier than the sword.
Tags:death, dying, mortal wound, mortally wounded, weapon, weapons, duel, duels, duelling, dueling, fight, fights, fighting, sword, swords, pen, pens, quill, quills, strength, stabbed, stab, stabbing, wrong, incorrect, the pen is mightier than the sword, adage, adages, figure of speech, expression, expressions, word play, wordplay
"Pistols at dawn?"
"I can watch more 'Law & Order' than any man in this bar."
Tags:western, westerns, wild west, bar, bars, saloon, saloons, duel, duels, challenge, challenges, throw down the gauntlet, throwing down the gauntlet, throw down, binge watch, binge watching, binge, binging, binges, tv binge, tv binges, police procedural, police procedurals, legal drama, legal dramas
"We shouldn't have expected a banker to play by the rules."
Two men preparing for a duel; one holds a baseball while the holds a baseball bat.
'Em... Hang on a minute.'
Two men stand back to back as the sun rises; one man holds a basket labeled "Tomato" while the other holds a basket labeled "To-mah-to".