As Ham Porter in “The Sandlot,” Patrick Renna had one of the most quotable movie lines of the ’90s. “My favorite scenes from the movie have to be the s’mores scene and ‘ You ‘ re killin ‘ me , Smalls ,’ ’cause that’s sort of become people’s favorite line of mine,” the actor told TODAY.
Hamilton “Ham” Porter: You ‘ re killin ‘ me Smalls !
(smɔːlz ) plural noun. Your smalls are your underwear. [British, informal]
The phrase you ‘ re killing me is an exaggerated way of saying that something or someone is very funny. This idiomatic expression means that the person you are talking to is so funny that one could die from laughing. Another variation of this idiom is: I almost died laughing.
Filmmaker David Evans based the movie ‘The Sandlot ‘ on real events. Evans said the story was inspired by an incident from his childhood, complete with a vicious dog attack – although the true story ended on a much darker note.
During the summer Scotty Smalls get The Sandlot boys into a huge pickle when he hits a baseball signed by Babe Ruth into the Beast’s backyard no-one has ever gone over the fence for fear of being eaten.
Tom Guiry as Scott Smalls.
THE CHEWING TOBACCO WAS MADE OF LICORICE AND BACON BITS. (The vomit from that scene, by the way, was a mixture of split pea soup, baked beans, oatmeal, water, and gelatin.)
The Sandlot 1993 Ham Porter: Hey, you want a s’ more ? Smalls: Some more of what? Ham Porter: No, do you want a s’ more ? Smalls: I haven’t had anything yet so how can I have some more of nothing? Ham Porter: You’re killing me, Smalls. These are s’mores stuff, ‘kay? Pay attention. First, you take the graham.
: the state of being very annoyed or upset. See the full definition for exasperation in the English Language Learners Dictionary. exasperation . noun. ex·as·per·a·tion | ig-ˌza-spə-ˈrā-shən
WHAT ARE SMALLS ? Smalls are smaller buds. Some strains like GSC grow a huge amount of smaller buds on the tops of the cannabis plant. In terms of difference, they have smaller trichome production and it might take a while to get you stoned.
—used when someone says something surprising or that seems as if it could not be serious or true”The test is tomorrow.” ” Are you kidding ( me )?!” “It’s true.