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"Permission to speak in rhyming couplets, sir!"
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"Am I having an affair? Why? Am I allowed?"
'This isn't third grade, Bob. You can speak.'
'Can I come in and play Insider Trading with Kenny?'
'Well, how did he react? Was it that scowling-grunt of no way, or that raised-eyebrows-grunt of just maybe?'
'We will never divulge your personal data unless you ask us not to.'
"But I already asked the other parent company. They told me to ask you."
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"There's a Mr. Egg McMuffin here who says we've been using his name without permission."
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'Yesterday, when you smiled at me in that cute way of yours and said 'You can be a real jerk,' was that just an observation or were you giving me permission?'
Worst escape attempt ever.
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'May I have this rain dance?'
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'I think someone's asking to go out.'
'Sorry to disturb you, sir, but coach is wondering if it is OK to put you in the game.'
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'Sure, you can marry my daughter when you have some money...here's five bucks.'
'He was the boss in his family...and he had his wife's permission to say so!'
'Why are you wearing my new raincoat?'
'No, and that's final... but you'd better go ask the boss.'
'Can Hart, Wendell, Blaine & Norbrook come out to merge?'
'Hi, Mr. Hudson, can Bobby come out and marry me?'
'Can Bobby come out and marry me?'
'You need permission from a doctor to order the 'THE GRANDE'.'
'Martha, could I have a 4-hour liberty tonight?'
'I not only wear the pants in the family --- I have my wife's permission to say so!'
'It's all settled, then... but first I must check in with my wife.'
'Can Laura come out and bark at the moon?'