The Wizard of Oz: “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore” Quote off Extravaganza!

The Wizard of Oz
Garland?

Who calls a dog Toto? Well, Dorothy did in the Wizard of Oz. Then she had some sort of mental breakdown and was transported to a world of horror and madness. It’s a classic film for kids, though, and where would we all be without having seen this 1939 classic in, like, 1989 or whenever most of the Professional Moron office watched it.

Starring Judy Garland, a dog, and a bunch of freaks of nature, this is a whimsical classic from the olden days of cinema. No green screens, CGI, explosions, gratuitous nudity, or profanity – just drug-fueled singing, painted backgrounds, and… surrealness. But what if Dorothy had thought she may not have not been on Kansas after all?

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore

Let’s not forget this is the type of comment only an imbecile would make. Imagine waking up, alighting from your normal bed (believing you’re in your bedroom), but finding you’re in a leisure centre where there are sweaty, hairy men running about smelling of chlorine. Think you’re not in your bedroom anymore? This girl has problems.

Toto, I have a feeling we are not in Kansas at the moment

Witch

We prefer it written out like this, Dorothy, just as a, you know, potential update to your vocabulary.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re snot in Kansas anymore

Dorothy

Always with the bogeys, Dorothy. Perhaps she was dreading wiping away the cowardly lion’s snot bogeys as well, so it was on her mind.

Tofo, I’ve a feeling we’re not in KFC anymore

Witch

Was the Wizard of Oz the precursor to handlebar moustache, grotesque food munching closeups Morgan Spurlock’s Supersize Me?

Toto, what a feeling, bein’s believing!

Dorothy

From that song Flashdance from that film women love.

Toto, I’ve a feeling a squealing we’re not in Kansas anymore

Witch

Really? Squealing? There’s not much squealing in this film… apart from when the witch melts. Huh, there’s some good foreshadowing.

Toto, I’ve a darjeeling we’re not in Kansas anymore

Dorothy

Stupid woman has been transported to another dimension and all she can think about is tea.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not cancerous anymore

Witch

Jesus… well let’s hope so, Dorothy.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not going to be smoking cannabis anymore

Dorothy

Well, that’s probably a good idea, Dorothy, we think this insane trip you’re on proves it’s a wise decision.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Cannes anymore

Witch

You never were, woman! Do you seriously think you have the cultural clout to attend the Cannes Film Festival? Follow your yellow brick road, you crack smoking weirdo!

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in gayness anymore

Dorothy

Was the Wizard of Oz an anti-LGBT movie in disguise? This quote would have proven it! However… the film is pretty camp and flamboyant, so perhaps it isn’t. It must be bi-sexual.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not commis chefs anymore

Witch

Good riddance, then! What a tawdry and banal existence chopping onions for a living is!

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not gaseous anymore

Dorothy

That’ll be the reduced amount of folic acid intake from all the onions, Dorothy. Good – much more ladylike, now.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not unconscious anymore

Witch

I’m pretty sure you’re highly bloody unconscious, lady. Look around. See many freaks singing “Follow the yellow brick road”? Many talking lions and giant robots? Exactly.

Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in cans anymore

Dorothy

Well, yeah… duh, Dorothy. Do you think you’re, like, a tin of baked beans or something? LOL! Fool.

Toto, I’ve a feeling Wii’re not in Kansas anymore

Witch

Another Nintendo Wii game which never was, there is, ironically, a SNES game based on the Wizard of Oz which is, apparently, one of the worst games ever made. Fun!

And finally…

Tosser, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore

Dorothy

We get you’re stressed, Dorothy, but there’s no need to get angry with Toto. Bitch.

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