Thursday, January 24, 2008

Call it, Friendo


Quoted from the Urban Dictionary (used without permission): Friendo - An intimidating word you use when you want to shake down or scare someone who actually isn't really a friend.



"Call it, friendo."

- Anton Chigurh (played by Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men), to an old, simple convenience store proprietor after flipping a coin to determine whether the old man lives or dies. Bardem is the favorite to win the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as the cold, money-seeking hit man.

4 comments:

Steve said...

Very cool. Me thinks the hairstylist is not up for an Oscar, though.

Johnny said...

He doesnt actually say 'call it, friendo'. thats just in the trailer, when they splice two different bits of the scene together.

he actually says 'which way is that...friendo'

so there

Anonymous said...

No johnny , in response to shop keeper saying "I seen you was from Dallas" it's "what business is it of yours , where I'm from , Friendo ?

Anonymous said...

ACtually, the exact phrase in the movie is, "What business is it of yours where I'm from....friendo"